Yoga & Brunch at The Chimney House
The Chimney House, Sheffield
Saturday, 21 Jan 2017 at 9:30am - Saturday, 21 Jan 2017 at 11:00am
We would like to invite you for a morning of uplifting yoga. Join us under ancient beams for 90 minutes of Vinyasa yoga, hosted in the Meeting Room, followed by a beautiful brunch in the Living Room. Brunch will be restorative and nourishing, deliciously tasty and treaty!
As one guest from our last yoga & brunch morning said... 'I feel like I'm on a spa retreat... What a perfect start to the weekend!'
Settle your mat and enjoy undisturbed halcyon moments on our perfectly heated floorboards. We’ve long been inspired by yoga and how it can change the way we work (for the better!) not to mention how it improves the way we rest, relax and replenish in everyday life.
We’ll be led by one of Sheffield’s finest yoga instructors, Lydia Ainscough. Lydia discovered the benefits of yoga whilst teaching snowboarding in Canada in 2006, she quickly started to realise how much better she felt physically and emotionally when practicing. Lydia believes yoga has the power to heal and transform each of us in a positive light, and that everyone can benefit from the practice.
Our powerful, strengthening class is designed to challenge both the body and mind, whilst easing the tensions of everyday away. Expect a variety of sequences to build strength, stamina, flexibility, and the graceful flow of movement. We’ll finish with a long, lazy, peaceful savasana.
Absolutely suitable for all levels, enjoy your practice with hands-on assists from Lydia.
Our 90 minute class will start at 9.30am, and end at 11am with a lovely brunch.
We can't wait! Last time we tucked in to overnight bircher muesli, made with pear, almond milk, coconut yoghurt, autumn compote & almonds, with blueberries, raspberries and strawberries for sprinkling, and crème fraîche for dolloping on top! We had slow cooked luxury eggs, swirled with double cream, puff pastry bakes with bacon, crème fraîche, mature cheddar and eggs, topped with freshly snipped chives and cracked black pepper. There was a mountain of perfectly ripe avocados for smushing with slow-roast vine tomatoes into a selection of Seven Hills freshly baked bread; poppy seed pagnotta, pumpkin seed sourdoughs. We had treaty raspberry jam, orange marmalade, and Pip & Nut's honey cinnamon cashew butter and almond butters to top toast with! Not to mention our tradition of brunch pudding; Seven Hills' incredible gluten free lemon & poppy seed cake.
Please bring your own mat, some water, and a towel.
Tickets once purchased are non-refundable and non-transferrable.
You must email any dietary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 13th January 2017. Dietary requirements not received in advance will not be able to be catered for.
The Chimney House , 4 kelham island , Sheffield