It’s with utter excitement that I’m able to announce I’ll be holding yoga outside 🙂
Join me at The Barn in Easington every Thursday 4pm or 5:45pm.
The location is private & clean, with stunning views across the East Durham coastline and a beautiful host. I promise it’s well worth a visit.
I’ve taught a couple of classes here already to the members of the Online Yoga Community and it’s been absolutely brilliant.
I’m so excited to be teaching yoga in the flesh again. It feels very safe, and definitely a positive first step before I reopen the studio.
I do hope you can join me.
- Booking is essential as space is limited so that we can adhere to social distancing guidelines and Track & Trace rules
- No shared equipment – you will need your own mat & any equipment you want to use
- 45 minutes between classes to allow the first class to leave before the second class arrives
- Sadly no hanging around and chatting quite yet
Where, when & how much
- 4pm Hatha Flow / 5:45pm Ashtanga
- The Barn, Thorpe Lea East, Easington
- Payable by donation, cash on the day
What to expect
We live on the north east coast so expect a bit of wind, a bit of cloud, a bit of sun and a whole lot of laughs. We’ll breathe together, move our bodies together and enjoy nature at it’s finest.
How much should your donation be?
Personally I hate it when i have to give a donation as I never know how much to give… it always feels really awkward.
I’m offering the class in this way to enable everyone to be able to afford it as I know some people’s income has been drastically affected by the pandemic. So if you can only afford a pound or two that is absolutely fine and I’d really love to have you at practice rather than miss out. Our usual price for classes is between £6 & £10 so please bare this in mind.
I feel unbelievably lucky to have found this venue. It’s thanks to one of Blooming Bamboo’s gorgeous yoga students Nicola who runs it and told me I should come and do yoga there.
The Barn at Easington is contained within a beautiful thirty acre farm just up from Hawthorn beach. You access it via Easington Colliery.
The views sweep out to sea across the spectacular countryside.
It’s really worth a visit if you haven’t been.