Bournemouth: Central Gardens
Join in the with the free Park Yoga sessions in Bournemouth Central Gardens, opposite the Town Hall.
9.30am – 10.30am every Sunday morning from 16th May to 29th August.
This year, in order to bring you Park Yoga sooner rather than later, 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 – you can join a waiting list by entering your email address to receive a notification when places are released.
Situated right in the centre of Bournemouth, the Central Gardens are easily accessible by bus, train, bike and car.
Bournemouth has several town centre car parks to choose from. On road pay and display parking is available in Bourne Avenue, just a short walk from our Park Yoga sessions.
- There are a number of cafes within the town centre
- Unfortunately, there are no public toilets at this venue
- Picnic areas
Meet your instructor: Alice
Alice’s classes are energising, nourishing and fun!
Alice feels moving the body is one of the most effective ways to support our wellbeing. Her yoga sessions are designed to be accessible and enjoyable. You can expect a blend of dynamic strength-based movement and relaxation, softer flowing poses and long-holds. Presence and compassion are integral – these are body-led sessions, where we meet the body as it is. For this reason, variations are provided for all body types and all levels of experience!
Alice found yoga and meditation in her early twenties. She grew to value the community and connection of classes, which is why she loves sharing them today. She really appreciates the physical, mental and emotional ground and vitality movement brings, as well as the inner journeying and growth. She loves walking alongside people in their transformational process.
Alice trained as a yoga teacher in America at the Satchidananda Ashram in 2008, then took further study in yin yoga in Australia and modules in yoga for mental health in the UK. Her work is informed by her over 14 years’ experience in arts education, theatre and creativity. All her work is rooted in empowering people to flourish in their fullness!