Christmas Chill Out Yoga Class

A 90 minute Mindful Hatha Yoga class to escape the pre Christmas madness. An hour of gentle, grounding postures, followed by calming breathing and a long relaxation to steady the restless mind and see things more clearly. 

Date - Thursday 20 December 2018  11:30am -1pm

Venue - St. Mary's Island Community Centre, Island Way West, St. Mary's Island, Chatham, ME4 3EPA

Price - £12, pre payment guarantees your space

Terms and conditions 

- You can cancel your place on the class and receive an full refund providing you cancel your place by 12 hours before the start of the class.

- If once you have paid, you realise you cannot come on the day, you must notify me by 10 am on the day of the class. Your place for that day can then be used up on the weekly class with resumes in January Thursdays at Noon.


Past Events


Enhancing Yoga With Props - A Summer Course at Saint Mary's Island Community Centre

A three week Yoga course to suit both those new to Yoga and those with experience who require or prefer a gentler practise. This Mindful Hatha Yoga course focuses on learning to enhance your practice through the use of props. You can practice Yoga without props, but sometimes a block, strap or blanket can make poses more accessible to people who find them difficult. They can also enhance a pose to focus on a particular area or theme for others. 


Dates - Summer 2018  

Price - £21. Pre payment guarantees your space.



Free Creekside Yoga at Milton Creek Country Park, Sittingbourne.

An outdoor class in the summer sun for all ages and abilities, to suit both those new to Yoga and those with some experience. This mindful Hatha Yoga class focuses on the here and now through techniques to strengthen and stabilise the body, whilst aiding healthy movement and calming the mind. The class incorporates Yoga postures, flowing sequences, breathing techniques and a led relaxation.  

Dates - July/August 2018



Yoga In The Garden at Abbey Physic Community Garden in Faversham

A charity that seeks to provide a safe and non-judgemental space for the community, particularly those struggling with their mental health. A place where people can come, have a cup of tea, chat with people from their community, volunteer and enjoy the garden. They are open to everyone but particularly hope to provide a place for anyone suffering with mental health problems, anxiety or isolation. 

Dates - June/July 2018



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