Whether you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned yogi, prepare to practice your poses when Nailsworth’s Warrior & Wild celebrates International Yoga Day on Wednesday 21 June 2017.
The yoga studio, which opened its doors in autumn 2016, is owned by Courtenay Pipkin, who wanted to launch a fitness business that provided a strong yoga community for all levels.
To mark International Yoga Day, which falls on the Summer Solstice, Warrior & Wild is hosting a free introductory class at 6pm, inviting curious beginners to try out the discipline at the studio. While free of charge, those interested in attending need to book online to secure a space, as places are limited.
Courtenay aims to throw the spotlight on yoga and inspire locals to take up practice, with a series of events and workshops planned over the summer months, spanning yoga for injury prevention, and a festival-themed yoga brunch.
‘Whatever brings you to yoga (whether injury, stress or simply the fact that you’ve heard it might be good for you) the transformational results of a regular practice can be phenomenal.
‘Yoga creates space in the mind and body that you often don’t even know is there, and the recognition of International Yoga Day continues to make this practice even more accessible to as many new people as possible, as studios and teachers around the country make it the highlight of their calendar this week,’ said Courtenay.
For more information, see Warrior & Wild or call (01453) 297660.
Wednesday 21 June 2017
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