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Friday Yoga Lunches £32
Friday Yoga Lunches take place on the last Friday of nearly every month. A wonderful opportunity to deepen your yoga practice and develop a greater sense of self through the themes applied. Food is prepared by Anneliese who is also a trained Cordon Bleu Chef and is passionate about preparing healthy, nutritious food.
This is the perfect opportunity to meet like-minded people in the heart of the countryside. With free parking and your needs catered for this is the perfect mini retreat to kick start your weekend.
Sorry, but as food is prepared in a domestic kitchen, allergies cannot be catered for.
The next three Yoga Lunches will take an Autumnal theme.
Book Here for September!
Friday 29th September 11.00 - 14.00 Gathering Inwards
With the colder days and nights and the evenings drawing in, we feel the need to withdraw ourselves and turn inwards. This workshop will focus on bodily sensations, curiosity and deep breathing to seek from within what our needs for the coming months might be and using these discoveries to set our daily intentions going forward. Lunch will be a seasonal soup of spiced cauliflower; an anti-inflammatory recipe to promote healthy gut flora and boost the immunity for the coming months.
Friday 20th October 11.00 - 14.00 Slowing Down
We will focus on slow movement during this yoga session with a deep inward focus to help us feel our connection to the earth. Lunch will be a seasonal mushroom risotto.
Friday 24th November 11.00 - 14.00 Hooge!
Who knew that yoga could be Hooge? The Scandinavian practice of finding comfort is a perfect theme for the colder month of November when we feel like snuggling up in a warm blanket. We shall practice restorative poses that nourish the cellular level of body and mind. Lunch will be a comforting vegetable casserole.
Monday October 23rd 19.00 - 21.30
'Opening The Lotus'
This workshop will focus on hip opening poses that work on gently easing the piriformis muscles and lubricating the hips in order to find greater ease in lotus pose or a cross legged pose. Lengthening the spine will also contribute to finding comfort for a seated meditation at the end of the lesson.