Venue: United Reformed Church hall in Symonds Road, Fulwood, Preston. (just down the road from St. Cuthbert's).
Date: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of the month.
Please note that due to the popularity of this activity and the restrictions on hall space, we have now changed the pattern of attendance as shown below and this has proved to be a success by everyone but please continue to come along. The sessions are interchangeable, so if you can't make one come to the other.
Session 1 : 9.45 to 10.45 am
Session 2 : 11.00 to 12.00 Noon
The next meetings will be on Wednesday 13 November, the ones after that being 27th November, 11 December and then 8 January 2020. I apologise for the fact that the magazine still has the old times in but please note that the ones above are correct.
Cost: £3.50 per session to cover cost of teacher and hall hire.
Group leader: Sheila Finch.
Yoga teacher: Fran Heaton.
The Yoga group has an experienced and qualified yoga teacher in Fran Heaton. Come along and give it a try. You don't have to be physically fit or flexible and it's appropriate for all ages, both men and women.
Have you found it difficult turning your neck when driving? Getting up from the floor? Easily out of breath? Aches and pains? Difficulty sleeping? Can't stretch your arms up or bend down? Sometimes feel stressed or depressed? Then this class is for you!
What will Yoga do for you?:
It will improve your overall fitness and health; encourage greater mobility; reduce stress and tension; improve your balance; help you breathe better; move better; improve your circulation which in turn helps other organs function better.
Come and have a giggle at us as we try to improve our balance by standing on one leg!
You are neither too young nor too old to start doing Yoga. No matter what your age or your condition, you can start doing yoga from today and can feel it's amazing benefits. So, what are you waiting for? Join us at our next session! We look forward to welcoming you.
Contact: For more details contact Sheila on 01772 338085 or email her via the bluebird symbol remembering to leave a contact telephone number for security purposes.