If you’ve ever felt that aligning your chakras and enjoying a jolly good stretch would benefit you, you can now put it to the test for free. The Community Yoga Project is partnering with Park Yoga this summer and bringing free yoga classes to Ilfracombe every Sunday throughout the summer.
Sessions are held on Sunday mornings from 9.30am to 10.30am, at Ilfracombe Town Football Club. Sessions are open to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities, whether you’re a seasoned yogi or this is your first time stepping on to a yoga mat. If you’ve always fancied giving yoga a go and finding out what it’s all about this is the perfect opportunity.
Instructor Hannah Stuart said: “Park Yoga connects people to the natural outdoors, through a relaxing, energising and breath-taking yoga session, improving wellbeing and creating a positive ripple effect throughout our community. The aim of these sessions is to encourage people to take part in activities outdoors which are good for their health and wellbeing, and you don’t need any special gear to take part, if you don’t have a yoga mat just bring a towel or blanket.
“Each month will be led by a different local yoga teacher so you’ll get a chance to explore different styles and really discover that yoga is for every body. We have plenty of space to spread out so you can feel safe and socially distanced while still enjoying getting together with a really friendly and positive group of all ages and abilities and starting Sunday off the right way! We are so excited to share yoga with our community in Ilfracombe, we’ve had a great start with over 60 yogis joining us and we’d love to make it to 100!”
For more information & to register your spot visit: www.facebook.com/parkyogaIlfracombe or www.parkyoga.co/ilfracombe. Sessions don’t run in the rain so check for updates online before travelling on the day if it’s looking wet.