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MBIT Coach Certification Training

MBIT Coach Certification Training
Event on 2015-06-19 09:00:00

Join the first mBIT Coach Certification training to take place in the beautiful market town of Stamford in Lincolnshire.

When: Friday 19th to Monday 22nd June 2015 (4 days)
Why become an mBIT coach? 

This Coach Certification is for people who are already coaches or who work with people in an educational or theraputic way – if you are not sure if it is for you, please email us and we can arrange to have a chat.

Would you like to learn transformational, cutting edge techniques through this new coaching method which can bring about dramatic change in the lives of your clients? Who wouldn’t?

mBIT, (not to be confused with MBTI!) also known as mBraining, brings together new methods developed from neuroscience and ancient wisdom. It builds on NLP, behavioural psychology and behavioural modelling.  There is now evidence that we have 3 brains! Yes, 3 brains – the one we all know about in the head along with the heart and the gut. Aligning all brains can have a profound effect and can help you and your clients to experience new possibilities and successes in their lives. It is truly transformational.

Do you have clients who experience:

  • Internal conflict between what they want and the ‘sensible’ or ‘logical’ option?
  • Repeatedly following the same pattern and sabotaging their dreams and goals?
  • Doing unwanted behaviours or having destructive habits which they don’t understand and have difficulty in changing?
  • Difficulty in making decisions and are unmotivated to take action on a decision?
  • Disempowering emotional states such as frustration, anxiety, anger, depression, etc.
  • Health issues, particularly to do with the heart or gut region.

Our brains are often not aligned and the mBIT Roadmap will help clients integrate their 3 brains, or intelligences, so they feel whole and understand themselves at a deeper level, enabling them to have truly powerful and lasting results.Who is this training for?

This training is ideal for anyone who works with other people in personal development, business, health, wellness and sport. It is particularly suitable for:

  • Coaches
  • Therapists
  • Counsellors
  • Trainers and Educators
  • Leaders and managers
  • Mentors

It is ideal for everyone who works with others to help them produce the results that can only be achieved when the heart, head and gut brains are aligned.Why attend this training now?

  • Become a leader in this newly emerging and exciting field.
  • Stand out and differentiate yourself in the marketplace.
  • Massively boost your coaching effectiveness by learning to help others to integrate their 3 types of intelligences.
  • Learn how to tap into your client’s innate intuition and help them to trust the wisdom of their heart and gut.
  • Learn how mBIT can streamline your coaching processes to gain quicker, deeper and more generative results.
  • Join a professional network and collaborative community of ‘multiple brain coaches’ that are working together to bring evolutionary change to the world.

Discover your keys to…

  • Establish communication and alignment with your multiple brains.
  • Ensure each brain is operating from its Highest Expression.
  • Apply your Highest Expressions for greater wisdom in decision-making and action-taking

At this training you’ll also discover…

  • How to recognise and interpret the different languages of your three main intelligences.
  • Deep insights into how your multiple brains produce internal conflict and what you can do about it.
  • How your gut and heart brains are able to learn and grow new neural pathways and how you can actively educate them for greater intuition and better decisions.
  • How to balance the autonomic nervous system through the mBIT .
  • Balanced Breathing method to quickly relieve stress.

Your Trainers

You will have two trainers on this course – Alison Matthews and Michael Eaves.. Michael is a professional actor and through acting in the corporate field now also works as a trainer and coach. Alison comes from the world of TV and film but from ‘behind the camera’. She worked in a creative management role on many popular TV dramas. Alison is a Trainer of NLP and a coach. Together they and bring you an engaging and creative experience while you learn and experience mBIT .

Find out more by visiting About Us.Course Structure

The course is structured through teaching segment and hands on practice. You’ll learn the science behind mBIT and how it came about as well as learning the mBIT roadmap. And there will be plenty of time to practice the techniques and ask questions.Find out more about mBIT or mBraining

Visit www.mbraining.com to find out more about mBIT from the creators Grant Soosalu and Marvin Oka. You can also read the impressive testimonials from mBIT coaches.

 

FAQs

 

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

Minimum age 18.

 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

The venue is very close to Stamford Station and there is a large car park nearby.

 

What can/can't I bring to the event?

Please bring a notebook and pen.

 

Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?

alison@sensabilityuk.co.uk

 

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

No.  As this is a certification training, the person registering must be the person attending.

 

Can I update my registration information?

Yes.

 

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

No.

 

What is the refund policy?

Please see T&Cs on website – http://www.sensabilityuk.co.uk

 

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

No.  The person who has registered must be the person who attends -please see 'is my ticket transferrable'.

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Blind Guardian

Blind Guardian
Event on 2015-11-01 20:00:00
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With a steady evolution from their early days as a speed metal band to their current, renowned musical blend of glory, drama, and grandiosity, Germany's BLIND GUARDIAN have long since made their mark as the world's definitive power metal band. For many, they need no introduction, as the band possesses a track record and back catalogue of classic staples that perhaps only Iron Maiden can match. Called everything from heavy metal bards to modern day minstrels, BLIND GUARDIAN possess the ability to transport their legions of fans to another time and place with their majestic songwriting, fantastically themed lyrics, and their meticulous, emotion-packed music.Founded under the name Lucifer's Heritage in Krefeld, Germany by vocalist & bassist Hansi Krsch, lead guitarist Andr Olbrich, rhythm guitarist Marcus Dork, and drummer Thomen Stauch, the band released only two demos 1985's Symphonies Of Doom and 1986's Battalions Of Fear – before landing a record deal with Remorse Records. Inspired by the Fates Warning album, Awaken The Guardian, band members decided to change their name to BLIND GUARDIAN and soon acquired new rhythm guitarist Marcus Siepen. Produced by Kalle Trapp (Saxon, Grave Digger), their 1988 debut album, Battalions Of Fear, showed a heavy influence by Iron Maiden and Helloween. On 1989's Follow The Blind (also produced by Trapp), they leaned toward Testament's musical direction, but also experimented with orchestral parts for the first time. More significantly, the album served as their introduction to the Japanese market where they ranked high on the import charts for half a year, poising them for a possible breakthrough with their third release. The band's reputation continued to grow via word-of-mouth, and when Tales From The Twilight World sold 30,000 copies in their home country alone, BLIND GUARDIAN reached the critical juncture in their career they had hoped for. Not only did they feel they had become better musicians and songwriters; they also penned a very distinct sound in the process, and record labels across Europe began courting them. Signing with Virgin Records in 1992, they were one of the very few power metal bands to be signed on a major label.Their Virgin debut, Somewhere Far Beyond, sold over 130,000 copies and after entering the international charts, BLIND GUARDIAN took their first trip to Japan to record their first live album, Tokyo Tales. Playing to two sold-out audiences of over 4,000 enthused fans, the show captured how strong, special, and symbiotic the relationship between artist and audience can be. The summer of 1994 had BLIND GUARDIAN traveling to Sweet Silence Studios in Denmark to work with Flemming Rasmussen (Metallica) on the Imaginations From The Other Side album. After its release, they toured throughout Europe and secured themselves a very special international honor: they became the third-ever heavy metal band (after Metallica and Bon Jovi) to play in Thailand and received a heroes' welcome into the country. At this point in their career, with six albums in their discography and ready to work once again with Flemming Rasmussen, BLIND GUARDIAN opted not to release a standard "Best Of" compilation. Instead, to give their fans something truly special, they assembled The Forgotten Tales in 1996, a collection of a few cover songs ("Surfin' USA," "Barbara Ann," and "Long Tall Sally"), a live version of the fan favorite "The Bard's Song," plus four acoustic versions and one orchestral arrangement of previously released BLIND GUARDIAN songs.Self-professed perfectionists, BLIND GUARDIAN were becoming known for making fans wait a few years for a new album. Honing their creative talents with the production assistance of Rasmussen and drawing major inspiration from J.R.R. Tolkien's book The Silmarillion, 1998's Nightfall In Middle-Earth quickly became regarded as a pinnacle achievement in the band's career. This carefully constructed collection of twenty-two tracks harnessed not only power and speed, but opulent orchestral arrangements, renaissance-styled acoustic sequences, spoken word, and flute & violin passages, all complemented by the jovial stroke of a traveling troubadour's effervescent spirit. In Europe, BLIND GUARDIAN toured more than every before, and performed for the first time in new territories such as Mxico, Brazil, and Argentina. While the band was on the road gathering momentum and adding to their ever-expanding fan base, the demand for BLIND GUARDIAN's music in new markets continued to grow. Thanks to a licensing deal with Century Media, Nightfall became the band's first official release in North America and landed on the Billboard charts. Nightfall went on to sell over 300,000 copies worldwide. Securing a loyal international audience and increasing their album sales over ten times with six studio albums, BLIND GUARDIAN's obviously lively combination of talent, drive, and unified vision helped them earn their laurels of success and granted them a much-revered reputation in the power metal realm that continues to this day.Making good on a promise made in the spring of 1997, vocalist Hansi Krsch flew over to the U.S. in June of 1999 to team up with Iced Earth songwriter & guitarist and long-time friend Jon Schaffer (the two first met while on tour together in Europe) on the Demons & Wizards project. After the self-titled album was released in early 2000 and following a short European summer D&W tour, BLIND GUARDIAN began to resume work on their seventh studio album, A Night At The Opera. With the amount of work ahead of them due to their extensive tracking and the epic nature of the band's musical orchestrations, the album took nearly seventeen months to complete. Teaming up with producer Charlie Bauerfeind (Helloween, Gamma Ray, Angra) at the band's own Twilight Hall Studios in Grefrath-Oedt, Germany, the new material showcased a more aggressive version of Krsch's strongly emotive vocals, and cleaner, down-tuned guitar sounds. While the storytelling aspect of the band and the epic & grandiose studio performances remained intact, noticeably absent were the Tolkien-themed lyrics, but that would prove to be no hindrance to the success that waited them.The band's first-ever North American single, "And Then There Was Silence," (which clocked in at over fourteen minutes, featured fifty vocal tracks, thirty guitar tracks, and took over four months to record) debuted on Billboard's Top 200 Singles chart with no radio airplay. Metal Maniacs hailed BLIND GUARDIAN as "one of the few bands that consistently create 10-plus minute epics that never bore." A Night At The Opera went on to debut at #37 on the Billboard Top Independent Albums chart, secured the #1 album position in Greece, #5 in Germany, #8 in Spain, and entered the Top 100 charts in Sweden, Italy, Austria, and France. Scoring a 9.5 out of 10 review and called "a pervasive and perennial slice of metal's past, present, and future" by Brave Words and Bloody Knuckles Magazine, it went on to receive universal praise as one of the best albums in its genre. Even Billboard Magazine praised the band's "larger-than-life sound, which incorporates the harmonies and drama of Queen with an aggressive, modern sensibility."The success of the album brought BLIND GUARDIAN over to North America for the first time, launched with an appearance at Atlanta, Georgia's sold-out ProgPower III festival plus additional sold-out shows in major cities. With the avid interest of their fervent, ever-growing fan base to see the band perform in a live setting (laying credence to Metal Edge's claim that the band has "reinvented classic metal for a younger audience"), BLIND GUARDIAN released a 2-CD live album, Live, in 2003 and a double-disc DVD, Imaginations Through The Looking Glass, in 2004. Of note is that the latter was filmed at the first-ever, two-day BLIND GUARDIAN Open Air Festival in Coburg, Germany with the career-spanning set list voted upon entirely by fans before the festival, which ultimately translated into a truly vociferous crowd of over 6,000 on both days.Early 2005 brought along several significant changes for BLIND GUARDIAN. In addition to signing with Nuclear Blast Records, the band – who managed to keep the same line-up for almost two decades – welcomed new drummer Fredrik Ehmke into the fold following the departure of Thomen Stauch. Once again joined by producer Charlie Bauerfeind at Twilight Hall Studios and diving into production for their eighth studio album, the band set out to create another album's worth of grandeur. The invigorating music on A Twist In The Myth satisfies on all counts, as demonstrated by the success of the Fly single, which debuted at very impressive international chart positions: #1 in Japan; #4 in Spain & Hungary; #29 in Sweden; #32 in Germany; #52 in Austria; and #94 in Switzerland.A shining masterwork of their craft, A Twist In The Myth is Germany's powerhouse in all their majesty. An exultant album fueled by lyrics created from Krsch's love of reading and showcasing the band's drive to explore new musical landscapes, BLIND GUARDIAN's conviction to their craft is undeniable. According to Terrorizer Magazine, A Twist In The Myth "showcases versatility, oozes sophistication & robust material, and is flawlessly executed." On "Turn The Page," the vivid imaginations of multi-tracked guitars combine beautifully with the rich harmonies of Krsch's inimitable voice; "Lionheart" drowns in encyclopedic lore and its own soundtrack potential; "Skalds And Shadows," a ballad in the Celtic tradition, also features new drummer Ehmke on the flute; the instantly recognizable vocal armies of a thousand Hansis are prominent on "Otherland," which is based on Tad William's cyberspace fantasy series of the same name; and for "Carry The Blessed Home," drummer Ehmke lends his talent on the bagpipes while lyrically, Krsch re-visits Roland The Gunslinger's character from Stephen King's series, The Dark Tower.Musically, there will always remain new lands to explore, but only those with a solid sense of self and an insatiable curiosity to discover new aspects of themselves can initiate that journey of exploration. Poised for their second-ever headlining North American tour this November 2006 with Leaves Eyes, BLIND GUARDIAN's A Twist In The Myth will surely set the inward light of your innermost emotions free like a magnificent display of lightning accompanied by an echoing chorus of thunder.

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How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams

The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students.

Dr. Paul Jerard, E-RYT 500, is a co-owner and the Director of Yoga Teacher Training at: Aura Wellness Center in, Attleboro, MA. To receive Free Yoga videos, Podcasts, e-Books, reports, and articles about Yoga, please visit: http://www.yoga-teacher-training.org/

How To Pass Your Yoga Instructor Training Exams http://page.ezinemark.com/how-to-pass-your-yoga-instructor-training-exams-32226fd135a.html The following is a brief compilation of tips that will help anyone taking Yoga certification exams. Generally speaking, Yoga teacher courses are composed of three basic parts. These parts may be your written exams, essays, and practical exams. There may be one, or more, of these parts involved during the examination process.

Written Exams: Usually, written exams are based upon foundational Yogic knowledge. The points, that the examiners may be drawing you to, are valuable for anyone, who will be teaching Yoga classes. In other words, this is knowledge that you should have been mastered, before you began teaching a class.

Written Exams may be based upon one, or more, books which are part of the curriculum. When referencing books, it is always best to reference the book, author, and page number of the information you are presenting. In this way, you support your answer with concrete evidence.

At the same time, there is nothing wrong with having a personal opinion that agrees, or disagrees, with the author’s point. In this way, you also show evidence that you are able to think for yourself. The exception to this is if the examiner requires you to give an answer that is based only upon the author’s opinion.

Essays: One of the biggest mistakes to make on an essay is to cut-and-paste writings by various authors, and then try passing it off as your own work. If you quote an author, you should also give credit to that author by stating the author’s name, the book or website, and include the page number or URL.

When using any quotes by authors to support your essay, you would want to provide a page of references – whether a separate “References” page or Footnotes at the bottom of each page where the quote is included within the text of the page. Also related to this: Limit the number of supporting quotes, to about 20 percent, of your work. The examiner is looking for your thoughts, not a complete compilation of another author’s thoughts.

Practical Exams: This is usually considered the hardest part of the testing. However, preparation is going to help you pass this hurdle. Interns, who spend time teaching mock classes, recording their classes on video, and practicing teaching techniques, will pass much easier than someone who puts little thought into how to conduct a class.

Teaching a Yoga class is composed of cueing skills, observation skills, showing modifications, and assisting when needed. You never want to turn your back on your students and “do your own Yoga practice.” It is a wonderful thing when one can perform a technique, but a teacher is being tested for his or her ability to lead a class.

One last point about the Practical Exam – if you find yourself facing away from your students, it is probably a good time to get off your mat and walk around the room. It always seems to be that, when you turn your back to your students, there is a mental disconnect between you and your students. asus ноутбук

Boost your brainpower through exercise

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Why eating oily fish really is the way to boost your brainpower
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3D could make you smart and boost your brain power
Dr Fagan said that the results showed enough of an improvement in brain function to suggest that 3D could play a part in improving brain power in the future. 'These findings are more significant than you might think,' he said. 'It is a fact that people …
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Throwback Thursday #TBT

Throwback Thursday #TBT
Event on 2015-06-18 19:30:00
Do you often reminisce about your childhood memories and favourite past times like the popular MSN Messenger, A&W Root Beer float and Power Rangers? Here's your chance to relive them for one night only! Step into our time machine and turn back time in our magical old school classroom located in the Thomson neighbourhood.

Enjoy heartwarming local delights while having carefree, endless fun playing those after-school games that you used to love before you grew up and paid taxes. Reconnect with your inner innocence and fall in love the old school way – by having your breath taken away by that cute girl/boy in class!

What to Expect
• Hearty local fare with a slice of cake and refreshment.
• Group interaction with ample rotation.
• Gentlemen to rotate while ladies stay put.
• Old-school classic games such as airplane chess and five stones.
• Bag home some of the old-school favourite toys.
• Gender ratio of 50/50 to 60/40.

About Old School Delights
Old School Delights (OSD) is about re-living culinary memories of Singapore’s past through authentic recipes handed down through generations. Embark on a trip down memory lane as werevisit the quintessential Singaporean dishes. From their signature dishes like Mee Siam to their old school chalkboard concept and an array of toys from Singapore’s golden ages, OSD guarantees to evoke pleasant memories of your childhood.

Registration and Payment
• Head to http://bit.ly/gaigaitbt to R.S.V.P. now!
• Payment can be made through MasterCard, VISA or bank transfer.
• For bank transfer, please contact tiffany@letsgaigai.com

Refer a Friend
• Refer 1 to 2 friends, receive rebate each at the end of the event.
• Refer 3 friends or more, receive rebate each!

Terms and Conditions
• Event is opened to all Singaporeans, Singapore PR and Employment Pass holders who are registered single under the Singapore Registry of Marriage.
• Must be aged 24 and above.
• Event registrations are based on first-come-first-serve basis.
• Confirmation of seat is based on payment made. Without confirmation, we will not admit you to the event.
• Walk-in customers without pre-registration are subjected to on top of the regular event fee.

Refund Policy
• If a participant withdraws more than one (1) week before the event, a refund of 80% of the ticket price will be given. The remaining 20% is non-refundable as part of GaiGai’s administration fee.
• If a participant withdraws less than one (1) week before the event, no refund will be given.
• In the event that GaiGai cancels its event, full refund or a replacement event will be done.

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SWV

SWV
Event on 2015-06-19 19:30:00
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With their 1992 RCA debut, It's About Time, the all-female trio SWV scored a string of top ten R&B hits such as "I'm so into You", "Right Here", "Downtown", "Weak", and "You're Always on my Mind". This established the trio as a commercial force early in 1993. Teddy Riley helped the group craft their sound further with the remix to the hit "Right Here" that featured samples of Michael Jackson's hit, "Human Nature", which also went #1 on the R&B charts and #2 on the POP charts. SWV gained enormous attention with their auspicious debut. Among their list of honors were 11 Billboard Music Award nominations, and nominations for a Grammy, American Music Awards and The Source Award in 1993. Additionally, they won a Children's Choice Award and a BET "Best of Video Soul" Award.

SWV's "Anything" contribution to the sound track for the movie Above the Rim became a top R&B hit in the spring of 1994. The entire soundtrack released a number of top 10 smash hits, resulting in the multi-platinum status of the soundtrack's debut. In the spring of 1994, SWV released the remix version of "Anything", which went gold.

In 1996, SWV returned with another platinum album, New Beginning, which was preceded by the number one hit "You're the One" and The Neptune's hit "Use your Heart".

In 1997, SWV released their third album Release Some Tension, which spawned several top ten hits, such as "Someone" with Sean Puffy Combs, who produced the track and who was a featured artist on "Lose My Cool", a rhythmic duet between SWV and rap artist Redman; "Rain" a trademark torch ballad written and produced by the first album collaborator, Brian Alexander Morgan; and "Can We" featuring Missy Elliot and produced by Timberland, which was also featured on the Booty Call soundtrack.

SWV has appeared on The Arsenio Hall Show, New York Undercover, and Showtime at the Apollo, and their music has been included on several movie soundtracks such as Waiting to Exhale, Have Plenty, Booty Call, and Above the Rim.

Since SWV's hiatus, Cheryl "Coko" Clemons has married Michael Clemons, given birth to two sons, and has released one R&B album entitled Hot Coko that spawned the smash hit "Sunshine", produced by Rodney Jerkins and Trifling. Coko has also released two gospel projects the Grammy nominated "Grateful" and recently "The Winner in Me", which appeared 4th on the Gospel Music Billboard charts.

Tamara "Taj" George is married to former NFL player Eddie George and also has two sons. Taj starred in her own reality series, I Married a Baller, alongside husband Eddie. Taj, an accomplished writer, is the author of Player Hate Her, How to Avoid the Beat Down and Live in a Drama Free World. Taj's recent appearance in the hit CBS reality series Survivor gained national attention; she finished in fourth place.

Leanne "Lelee" Lyons has two children, started her own production company, and is currently working with several artists, producing new music. Lelee is currently attending school, majoring in accounting with a minor in communications. Lelee is a sought after speaker and advocate for the prevention of teen pregnancy, recently speaking at Syracuse University and high schools.

Taj, Lelee, and Coko are all big advocates for children's rights, and teen pregnancy prevention.

SWV reunited in 2005 and have been performing non-stop ever since. They have tour dates with Dru Hill, Salt-N-Pepa, Silk, Jon B, Kelly Price, and Carl Thomas, traveling extensively all over the world.

In 2008, SWV was also an honored guest at the BET Awards performing with Alicia Keys, En Vogue and TLC.

SWV is gearing up to release their fourth studio album in over 15 years titled I Missed You.

SWV will hit the road this summer with Keith Sweat, KC-JOJO, and Guy for the "Fresh Music Festival Tour".

SWV is one the world's top selling female R&B groups, and is indeed striving continuously to be one of the hardest working female groups in the entertainment industry today!

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