Trowbridge: Town Park

Where?

Join in with yoga outdoors in Trowbridge Town Park.

The beautiful, well-kept park, originally known as the People’s Park at its opening in the late 19th century, is truly the focal point of Trowbridge. With its open, grassy spaces, children’s play area, mini golf, tennis courts, amongst other features, and the park lake is home to a number of ducks and other waterfowl. There’s also a ‘bug hotel’, a firm favourite with young fans of creepy-crawlies! The park is also perfect for picnics, games or simply relaxing while reading a book. The park also offers a 1k ‘Trim Trail’ for fitness enthusiasts, and is also dog-friendly.

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Trowbridge: Trowbridge Town Park

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Trowbridge: Trowbridge Town Park 51.318839, -2.204754 Go to the Trowbridge page

 

When?

Every Sunday morning 9.30am – 10.30am from Sunday 1st May to Sunday 11th September 2022.

Getting here

The town centre is within walking distance, along with bus and train services. Buses stop outside the Town Hall which is adjacent to the park a 2-3 minute walk away.

Parking

Free car parking is available on site along with St Stephen’s Place leisure complex at the edge of the park.

Facilities

  • Please note: there are no toilet facilities within Trowbridge Town Park. Closest toilets are located within St Stephen’s Place leisure complex 
  • St Stephen’s Place leisure complex has a wide range of cafes and dining options
  • Children’s play area
  • Mini golf
  • Tennis courts

Meet your yoga instructor: Kyla

Yoga classes with Kyla are accessible, inclusive, and welcoming to all. Kyla’s teachings offer individuals an opportunity to find their own rhythm, with a gentle focus on alignment to increase physical strength, concentration, and balance. No two classes are the same, sometimes a gentle flow, sometimes restorative, always strengthening through our connection to breath and the physical body. 

Kyla likens her classes to a shared journey, through a mixture of movement and breath-work as way of connecting and finding a deep inner peace. Kyla is looking forward to sharing with you her knowledge of traditional asana (postural-practice), pranayama (breath-work) and her love of the Sanskrit language, often utilising sound to connect through Mantra (chanting).

Whether you are new to yoga or already have an established yoga practice, Kyla invites you to join her every Sunday for Park Yoga in Trowbridge.

Together we’ll find a way to connect and restore.

Om, shanti, shanti, shantihi.