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Thank you to Park Life Heavitree for the new headset, which means I can turn my head and forward bend without losing the mic. It’s the small things! Back on Sunday, 10-11 and, as well as the new improved sound, we’ve moved along the park a few metres so the ground is a little more level, making tree pose slightly less of a challenge. See you there, 10-11am, every Sunday until September 😊 ... See MoreSee Less
Here’s a really simple thing you can do just before relaxation at the end of your park yoga session. It releases tension in the hips, gives a massage to the lower back and sets you up in a great position for rest. Have a look at last week’s post for different relaxation positions and come along to Heavitree Park tomorrow. 10-11 for sone laid back yoga, open to everyone. Thank you to nearly 100 of you who came last week and survived a session of me shouting the class. Sound system should be back up and running tomorrow 😀🤞 ... See MoreSee Less
Park Yoga Heavitree is feeling relaxed with Nikkie Huddart Yoga and Park Life Heavitree at Park Life Heavitree.
6 months ago
The relaxation at the end of a yoga class is an important part of the class. It’s a time for your body to process the movement, for the body and breath to connect and for you to spend a few minutes fully in the present with no other distractions. In Park Yoga, there’s the added pleasure of the warm breeze on your skin, the feeling of lying on the grass and (hopefully) basking in the warmth of summer for some previous moments. Dogs barking, children playing in the park and birds singing are all part of the experience. Here are some ways that you can lie in this final relaxation pose. You could also curl up on your side or rest on your front. If you like the look of it, come along to Heavitree Park tomorrow and relax 😊 10-11am, everyone welcome ... See MoreSee Less