Bath: Botanic Gardens
Join us for Sunday morning yoga in the beautiful surroundings of the Botanic Gardens in Royal Victoria Park, Bath.
10.00am to 11.00am every Sunday from 27th June to 29th August.
In order to bring you Park Yoga this year, we have put some additional measures in place to ensure our events are safe and in line with Government Guidelines.
For Track and Trace purposes we are asking you to pre-register for our events. It is FREE, quick and easy and secures your place on the day. Pre-registration opens 7 days before each week’s event.
Royal Victoria Park is situated just north/west of the city centre on the Upper Bristol Road (A4).
There is limited car parking within the park, some at parking meters. The nearest public car park is Charlotte Street Car Park. For a full list of Bath car parks, see Bath and North East Somerset Council’s page.
The Botanical Gardens were formed in 1887, and within their nine acres are many choice trees, shrubs, a fine herbaceous border, a rock garden and pool, a scented walk, a collection of old shrub roses, and a replica of a Roman Temple. Read more…
- Public Toilets (20p entry) in the Play Area and at Charlotte St Car Park
- Pavillion Cafe (open throughout the year 8am – 5pm)
- Family friendly
- Adventure playground
Meet your instructor: Krissie
I’ve been facilitating all ages, genders and abilities, in various settings from schools and nursing homes to studios and the woods, for over twenty years. So I’m really happy to collaborate with Park Yoga and welcome everyone to enjoy an ‘everyone included’ outdoor yoga practice in the beautiful Botanical Gardens. I believe there is something in yoga for each one of us to explore and potentially expand our awareness of all systems of the body and integrate them through a variety of ways to practice. Mainly my intention is to create a safe space to practice movement in a more conscious way, thus increasing confidence in one’s individual body. Aside from the mental, physical and general health benefits, a yoga practice offers a way for each of us to grow and learn, free of dogma, and remember how to be the best human we can in a world constantly in flux. There are many reasons why we seek out or accidentally arrive at yoga, including simple curiosity. We stay if we recognise it works for us and we notice positive transformations both on and off the mat.