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Yin Yoga sessions are being offered in the village hall on Wednesday evenings, 8pm — 9pm, starting on Wednesday 2nd March.

According to Kate France, "yin yoga is a beautiful relaxing practice which deeply and gently stretches muscles, balances energy, and gives you space to meditate mindfully. It is a practice available for all people of all levels and it is wonderfully therapeutic for your body and mind."

Participants will need to bring a yoga matt, a towel and or a pillow (helps support you in postures).

No need to book ahead. £8 drop in.

£30 for 4 classes (taken in 2 months)

£50 for 8 classes (taken in 4 months).

For more information see the Facebook page

Or contact Kate by Email: katefrance1@hotmail.com or Tel: 07754 804 730

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