Fancy a relaxing lunchtime yoga session overlooking the beautiful roof tops of Bath?
On Friday 17th May local yoga teacher, Ruth Preston, will be holding her first lunchtime yoga class on the beautiful roof terrace of Cambridge House in Bath. The session will not only enable participants to relax and de-stress after a busy working week, but it’ll all be for a good cause too. As the class will be held in aid of local charity Julian House.
Ruth has been practising yoga for nearly 20 years, exploring hatha, Scaravelli, yin, Bikram and Ashtanga. Whether it’s Ashtanga or Zen yoga Ruth encourages students to be mindful of their bodies, to practice with awareness of both body and breath and most importantly to love and find joy in their practice.
Ruth Preston said, “I’m hosting this lunchtime yoga class to give those working in this beautiful city a little time and space to stop and recharge. In exchange for the class I’m asking participants to make a £10 donation to Julian House. I’ve selected Julian House because they are a local charity who support those living in our community who are having a really hard time.
Cambridge House, based on Henry Street in Bath, also promises to offer stunning panoramic views of the city and the surrounding hills, making it the perfect location to unwind and relax.
The session will run from 1pm to 1:45pm. For more information and to book your spot please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Due to the space the session is limited to 12 people.
“We’re hoping that this will be the first a series of lunchtime yoga sessions, and I’ll be keeping everyone posted on more dates.