Grove Neighbourhood Centre: One Day Urban Yoga Retreat 12 November 2016 9.30am-5pm

Grove Neighbourhood Centre: One Day Urban Yoga Retreat 12 November 2016 9.30am-5pm

Grove Neighbourhood Centre is pleased to announce a new One Day Urban Yoga Retreat on 12 November 2016. Lisa Lawton and Zaz Grumbar who teach local weekly yoga classes (Lisa – Tuesdays 7pm, Zaz – Fridays 9.30am) will bring their joint expertise to create this unique one day event.

In our busy world where family and work commitments take precedence, it is difficult to find time to prioritise that ‘me time’. The idea of escaping for a week-long yoga retreat can seem like an excessive indulgence. That’s why this one-day yoga retreat is the perfect opportunity for local residents to experience the benefits of a full day to create a sense of rejuvenation and relaxation within the Brackenbury community.

Lisa and Zaz will lead two yoga sessions during the day – a dynamic Vinyasa Flow at the start of the session, and a restorative Yin Yoga session to close. Nathalie Kealy of Value Your Mind will run a workshop on Finding Balance in a Stressful World. Guests will enjoy an organic vegan menu, leaving everyone nourished and replenished.

The cost of the full day is £75. Early birds get a discount of 10 per cent if they book by October 12.

Contact Lisa and Zaz for bookings and enquiries:

Grove Neighbourhood Centre
020 8741 3321
7 Bradmore Park Road, W6 0DT

Ian McCarroll – Tool Chest
020 8748 7912
68 Iffley Road, W6 0PF

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