Workshops & Events

Outdoor Yoga

Join me for an evening of outdoor Yoga, surrounded by the sights and sounds of Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve. These special outdoor* sessions will help us deepen our connection to nature and to ourselves. A breeze can help deepen your breathing, the warm sun can help you move further into yoga poses, whilst a ladybird invites you to focus on the wonder of life in all its forms.

The sessions are suitable for all levels and will include dynamic, flowing yoga asana (postures); pranayama (breath work), mindfulness and relaxation.

*Note: We'll have an indoor option in case the weather isn't favourable, so the class won’t be cancelled.

Venue:  Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve, Brandon Lane, Coventry, CV3 3GW

Dates:   Wednesday 20th March - Equinox Yoga
              Monday 13th May, 3rd June, 8th July, 5th August 2019. 

Time:    6.30-8.30pm

Cost:     £11.25

Booking essential (in 2018 all sessions sold out in advance!):
www.eventbrite.com

Past events

Sunday, 13th January 2019, 9.00-11.30am

Warwick Unitarian Chapel, 31 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AX

This workshop will help to invigorate and detoxify our bodies
as we move out of the festive period. Expect plenty of twists to stimulate the digestion and help let go of the things we no longer need, so we can move into the New Year feeling rejuvenated!

The morning will include a flowing yoga asana practice, relaxation and guided meditation... finishing with teas/coffee and home-made cake (or maybe a healthy smoothie!).

Contact me to reserve your place.
Please bring a mat and blanket (let me know if you need to borrow one)

Cost: £25 (or £45 for 2 workshops/£60 for all three).

Please note: there's no parking at the venue, but there are car parks nearby. 

Sunday, 16th December 2018, 9.00-11.30am

Warwick Unitarian Chapel, 31 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AX

This workshop makes time to nurture ourselves and boost our wellbeing. We’ll work on back bends to open the heart and cleanse the lungs, and inversions to boost the lymphatic system, helping to keep ourselves healthy over the winter.

The morning will include a flowing yoga asana practice, relaxation and guided meditation... finishing with teas/coffee and home-made cake.

Contact me to reserve your place.
Please bring a mat and blanket (let me know if you need to borrow one)

Cost: £25 (or £45 for 2 workshops/£60 for all three).

Please note: there's no parking at the venue, but there are car parks nearby. 

Saturday, 24th November 2018, 9.00-11.30am

Warwick Unitarian Chapel, 31 High Street, Warwick, CV34 4AX

Autumn is a period of transition, inviting us to look inward, to take time for reflection, gratitude and letting go. In this workshop, we will focus on grounding and connection, before moving into an yoga practice themed around finding balance.

The morning will include a flowing yoga asana practice, relaxation and guided meditation... and we'll finish with teas/coffee and home-made cake.

Contact me to reserve your place.
Please bring a mat and blanket (let me know if you need to borrow one)

Cost: £25 (or £45 for 2 workshops/£60 for all three).

Please note: there's no parking at the venue, but there are car parks nearby. 

Come and join me for an evening of outdoor* Yoga, surrounded by the sights and sounds of Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve. With a focus on quietening your mind and connecting with nature, this session is open to all abilities. A breeze can enhance your breathing, the warm sun can help you deepen poses and a ladybird can invite you to focus on something small and still. These special outdoor sessions will help us deepen our connection to nature and to ourselves.

Sessions take place on the 2nd Monday of the month, from May to September.


*if it's raining we'll have an indoor, candle-lit session instead.

Dates: Monday 14th May, 11th June, 9th July, 13th August, 10th September 2018. 

Time:  7.00-9.00pm

Cost:   £10.00

Booking essential. Book through Warwickshire Wildlife Trust:
www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2018/05/14/my-wild-life-yoga

© 2018 by Verity Thompson.  Photos by Nick Holmes: www.grumpychicken.co.uk