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22nd June 2019 @ 18:30 - 20:30

About the event:

Join Esmeralda for 2 hours of dynamic yoga & music based on the traditional practice of 108 sun salutations to celebrate our bodies, celebrate summer & celebrate the international day of yoga!

Esmeralda will guide you through a full-body warm-up, a vibrant flowing yoga practice to get your heart pumping and then gently back through gentle stretches to stillness.

We’ll be focusing on gratitude, weaving it all through our session together and into every cell of our bodies.

Taught by:

Esmeralda Vere

Suitable for:

All levels welcome – modifications will be offered and rest is always OK

What to wear or bring:
  • Wear clothes you can move in (bonus points if they make you feel fabulous)
  • Bring a bottle of water
  • Mats provided but bring one if you have one
Biography / Credentials:

Esmeralda became a student of yoga at the tender age of 12 and has been teaching since 2015. Originally from Winchester, Esmeralda lived in Paris for 10 years (alternating singing jazz with running veggie supper clubs) and has had the honour to share yoga with diverse students across the world. She is a certified Thai Yoga Massage practitioner and brings this compassionate touch to her hands-on assists and adjustments.

Esmeralda believes in the healing power of mindful movement, breath & play, and works to make them available to everybody. She has a particular focus on building strong, capable bodies through mobility explorations & conditioning exercises. Her classes are light-hearted, yet rooted in a deep understanding of anatomy and safety. They are safe, nurturing spaces to explore the body and soothe the mind (while enjoying her signature uplifting soundtrack!)


£15 per person. Advance booking advised.

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22nd June 2019
18:30 - 20:30
Event Categories:
Events, The Old School Room


Esmeralda Vere