Exeter: Haldon Forest Park

Where?

Join our FREE Park Yoga sessions at Bullers Field, Haldon Forest Park, Exeter EX6 7XR.

Follow signs to GoApe which will lead you across the car park and on a short, flat, 3 minute walk past the yurt into the Bullers Hill area.

Please look out for the large Park Yoga flag.

When?

9.30am – 10.30am every Sunday morning from 5th May to 15th September.

!! POSTPONED START DATE !! Unfortunately, owing to recent weather conditions and the ground being waterlogged, Park Yoga at Haldon Forest will now start on June 2nd!!!!

Getting here:

Car:

Travelling by car on the A38, turn off at the exit for Exeter Racecourse (there are no slip roads for this turning). Follow the signs for Haldon Forest Park. The nearest postcode for sat nav is EX6 7XR but look out for the roadside banners directing you to the car park. The most accurate way to find the car park is using What3Words chuck.kicks.ruffling.

Bus:

The forest park is not served directly by local buses. Some services stop within walking distance but the walk is mostly on the highway as there are no footpaths.

Country Bus 360 stops close to Haldon Belvedere. The stop is approx. 0.25 mile from our walking trail network. The forest park facilities are a 1 mile walk along the Raptor and Discovery trails.

Stagecoach Bus 39 and X38 stop at Exeter Racecourse (1 mile away). The return stop is at Winning Post Service Station.

Stagecoach Bus 7 stops at the Haldon Grill on the A380 (2.5 miles away).

 

Parking:

Charges apply: £5 up to 2 hours, £6.50 up to 4 hours, £9 all day.

Facilities:

  • Toilets
  • Cafe

Meet your instructor: Tara

Tara has been teaching yoga in Exeter since 2014 and has obtained the British Wheel of Yoga foundation certificate and studied for two years with the Devon School of Yoga to gain a 500 hour Teaching Diploma.  She is also a Yoga Associate with The Chartered Institute for the Management of Sport and Physical Activity.

Tara teaches both Hatha Flow and Yin Yoga and all classes encourage body awareness and acceptance with the intention of achieving both physical and mental stress release and a sensation of ease and calm in both body and mind.

Tara’s approach is relaxed and light-hearted.  Students are taken through a flowing series of postures which are held long enough to improve strength and flexibility whilst using breath control to balance the nervous system and calm the mind.

 

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Park Yoga Exeter - Haldon Forest Park

Park Yoga Exeter - Haldon Forest Park

Park Yoga offers FREE outdoor yoga sessions at Haldon Forest Park, Sundays from June to September.

More FREE yoga tomorrow!!!!
Join us at 9:30 😊
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More FREE yoga tomorrow!!!!
Join us at 9:30 😊

Another sunny morning as we moved and stretched among the trees☀️ Everyone is welcome every Sunday at 9:30 - including (especially) if you’ve never tried yoga before!
Thank you to everyone who attended and an extra “thank you” if you stayed for the photo!😊
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Another sunny morning as we moved and stretched among the trees☀️ Everyone is welcome every Sunday at 9:30 - including (especially) if you’ve never tried yoga before!
Thank you to everyone who attended and an extra “thank you”  if you stayed for the photo!😊

Here’s a link to answer any questions you might have
parkyoga.co/faqs/
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Here’s a link to answer any questions you might have
https://parkyoga.co/faqs/
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