Poole: Poole Park
Join in the with free Park Yoga sessions in the picturesque grounds of Poole Park, our new location for Park Yoga Poole for 2023. Meet at the grassy area near the jungle play park – located at the town centre end of Poole Park.
9.30am – 10.30am every Sunday morning from 7th May to 17th September.
On foot: The park’s main entrances are on Parkstone Road, Sandbanks Road, Kingland Road and Whitecliff Road.
By car: There’s access for cars on Kingland Road, Sandbanks Road, Whitecliff Road and Copse Close.
There are 3 free car parks in the park:
- next to The Kitchen – around 40 spaces, 2-hour maximum stay
- between Rockley Watersports and The Ark – around 30 spaces, 3-hour maximum stay
- next to The Ark – around 60 spaces, three-hour maximum stay.
You can also park for free on the roads within Poole Park.
A large urban park next to a boating lake, with:
- play areas
- tennis courts, bowls and water sports facilities
- drinking water taps
- picnic areas
- The Ark café, with a soft play area and a children’s ice-skating rink
- Scoops ice cream parlour
- The Kitchen waterside restaurant.
Meet your instructor: Caroline
Caroline fell in love with yoga after participating in classes and being amazed by how energised and clear-minded she felt after each session and how it helped her lower back ache and stress levels.
Since studying for her first teaching qualification 15 years ago, she has trained in many different styles of yoga and taught thousands of classes but her favourite has always been freestyle which allows her creative side to run wild without being tied down to any strict rules. She loves keeping up to date with the latest scientific research on biomechanics, mobility and movement and incorporating this into her classes and she combines this with sharing both her own and others’ thoughts and writings around the intricacies of the practice of yoga and why it means so much to so many people.
Caroline jumped at the chance to get on board with Park Yoga because she is desperate to share the benefits of yoga with as many people as possible. Her goal is to make sure everyone finishes their sessions feeling more balanced both in body and in mind and generally feeling wonderful!