There is a strong tradition of coming together as a community in yoga. I think that after the pandemic this is more important than ever now. Over the next year I am planning a series of walks for my yoga students so that we can have an opportunity to come together with others to walk, practice yoga and to take time out to nurture your soul.
The walks will tie in with the seasons, around the summer and winter solstices and the spring and autumn equinoxes.
I do hope that you will be able to join me.
Next Soul Walk:
As the Autumn equinox approaches I invite all my students to join for a harvest time soul walk where we will celebrate nature's abundance in our yoga practice.
Saturday 11th September 2021 9.30 am - 11.30 am
The route will be a circular walk of around 4 miles around Roman Lakes and back along the canal. We will start and finish outside the Midland pub in Marple Bridge.
This event is free to all my current yoga students. I would appreciate it if you could book onto the walk so that I know that you are coming and can contact you easily in the event of any last minute changes.
"There is no wi-fi in the forest, but I promise you will find a better connection"
What to bring
- Please wear sensible foot ware (such as walking shoes/boots).
- Please dress appropriately for the weather
- Please bring a small back pack containing water, sunscreen, sunhat, insect repellent (if desired).
- Please also bring a waterproof what ever the weather, just in case.
- There is no need to bring a yoga mat as the yoga we will do will be standing. However you might like to bring a small water proof cushion, such as a garden kneeling mat, so that you can be guaranteed a dry spot to sit although we will make use of benches as well for sitting.
If you have any concerns as to your suitability for the walk or if you have any other questions about the yoga in nature event then please do get in touch at email@example.com
We will meet by The Midland pub at the bottom of Brabyn's Brow. We will then walk towards Roman Lakes and along the river to Roman Bridge. We will cross the river here before heading up to the canal and back along the tow path.
This walk takes place on muti-terrain: there are short sections on a shared use track, while most of the walk will be on managed footpaths.
The walk is approximately 4 miles long and contains short sections of steep ascent and descent.