Yoga and healthy eating workshop
Date & Time:15th January 2018, 10.30am - 12.45pm
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This is our second mindful yoga and healthy eating event, the first one booked up before I could even create an event page!
So why not come and join a small group of mixed ability yoga students practicing gentle, mindful Yoga in a beautiful calm space that has underfloor heating.
Debbie will guide you through gentle, relaxing but specific movements that will help with general flexibility, mobility, balance and strength. In a small group like this, she can spend time with each person to make sure they are in the correct position that can maximise the pose. The yoga session will close with a guided meditation where you can let go into your body and breath; leaving you feeling relaxed and at ease.
This will be followed by a healthy vegan buffet made by me. We’ll spend time relaxing around the table and I will share some of my nutritional expertise, deliver tips for winter wellness and take any questions about healthy eating, whilst enjoying a healthy balanced vegan buffet lunch.
This is a great time to get to know your fellow students and to ask us questions about yoga, healthy eating, lifestyle changes etc.
The whole event will leave you feeling nourished and balanced.
All this for £30.
Contact either Susan on 07946 301338 or Debbie on 07941 526136.
We are limited to eight people so book early to guarantee your place.
If we get booked up don’t worry we have more in the pipeline for 2018.
About the host
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