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EXCITING NEW YOGA CLASS

Monday 6.00-7.15pm.

Kate brings a unique perspective to those who seek more from yoga than a series of exercises. Students will be encouraged to move mindfully  through postures,  meditation and breath work (pranayama), Classes will be a dynamic vinyasa flow with a theme drawn from the theory of yoga. These 75 minute classes will end with a few minutes of yoga nidra (yogic sleep) which restore and heal. 
 
 Kate is a firm but compassionate teacher and students will feel worked and fully stretched after the class. The session is for those who have a regular practice. Classes are inspired by Ashtanga and Forrest yoga combining strength, flexibility and caring for more vulnerable areas of the body. 
 
Expect to shift out of autopilot mode, be present, learn and explore both mind and body in a class with Kate. Laughter and fun are a by – product. 

Please call Kate on 07771 647125 for more details 

Covid – 19 Update.

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE FOR BEING SO PATIENT THROUGHOUT THIS DIFFICULT TIME.

We are pleased to announce that the Old Bluecoat school is now available for hire and hope that some of our regular groups can return soon.

We have taken steps to make the building as hygienic as possible, with many safety measures and adaptions made.

 

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We will update our bookings calendar soon.

If you interested in hiring the OBS, please call Ali Watkinson on 07570 097332.

 

 

Not too late to hire this year!

Please take a look at the new lettings schedule. It has all hirings booked until the end of December.

Our facilities include, Carpark, kettle, tea urn, crockery, toilet, wash area, CD player with jack input, 6 large tressle tables, and 60 chairs. Although we do not have a kitchen area, the kitchenette is usually adequate for serving and drink preparation.

Teaching music, changing lives!

What an amazing afternoon!

Staff and students from Berkshire Maestros performed music from Benjamin Britten and Mozart to Sondheim and Gershwin.

All the concert was of the highest standard, and many thanks goes to Trevor Defferd for accompanying the musicians and Simon Witcomb for organising the event.

Below is Sophie Hallam performing an aria from The Magic Flute.