South Gloucestershire: Page Park
Join in the with the free Park Yoga sessions in this early twentieth century public park in the Staple Hill area of South Gloucestershire. It is roughly 5 miles north east of the centre of Bristol.
Park Yoga is held in the beautiful Sensory Garden of Page Park.
All planned Park Yoga events for 2020 are now postponed until 2021. Read more…
Virtual Park Yoga runs until the end of August. These are free, online yoga sessions broadcast every Sunday morning at 9.30am on Facebook and YouTube. All online sessions will remain available on Facebook and YouTube for you to access at any time and carry on your practice over the winter.
The park is just 400m from the Bristol and Bath railway path which exits onto Signal Road.
Meet your instructors: Pippa and Jenny
For the last 30 years Pippa has worked in the health, fitness and wellbeing environment in a variety of roles, from gym instructor, group exercise teacher, trainer, qualification development consultant, assessor and quality assurer.
Pippa has been practicing yoga for 30 years and teaching yoga to adults for the last 11 years after studying for 4 years with the British Wheel of Yoga. Her classes are inclusive and for all abilities. Pippa’s sessions are not about fancy poses which would be inaccessible or inappropriate for most people’s needs but about experiencing ‘your own yoga’. Yoga is not solely about shaping the outside of our bodies but how it shapes the inner you. This is where yoga and mindfulness link so well together
At Park Yoga South Gloucestershire Jenny teaches alongside Pippa. Jenny is a 200hr Yoga Alliance qualified yoga teacher based in Bristol. She completed her training at Himalaya Yoga Valley in India in April 2017 after an incredible month of immersion and learning.