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Yoga brunch with Katie Crosse Yoga 22nd March St Cross, Winchester 9.45am £30pp

Sunday Mar 2020
St Faith's Parish Hall, Winchester Hampshire
Phone: March 22nd, 2020 - 9:45 am - 12:15 pm

Come and immerse yourself in a mini morning retreat in Winchester.

Join yoga teacher and professional chef Katie Crosse for flowing vinyasa yoga suitable for all, and an indulgent, nutritious, flavour-packed brunch.

The morning will start with a 1hr30 minute vinyasa yoga class led by Katie. We will explore poses that gently stretch each muscle group to awaken the body, all of which are suitable for beginners and the more experienced as variations will be offered to deepen all postures.

Each session will focus on a different element of the three strands of yoga – body, mind and breath – and incorporate themes revolving around chakra work, mudras, prana, or a group of asanas that work on a particular area of the body.

Learn some pranayama (breath awareness) exercises. We will finish with a deep relaxation practice, yoga nidra, which will leave you feeling more in tune with your body, utterly relaxed yet energised.

A delicious, nutritious 3 course brunch follows, changing at each event. There will be a selection of overnight oats and seasonal fruit compote, homemade kefir yoghurt, homemade sourdough or breakfast breads, savoury eggs and superfood salads. Freshly made anti-oxidant juices such as beet, apple and ginger or pomegranate, celery and mint give your body and mind a boost.

There will be plentiful spiced chai latte, fresh herb teas and freshly roasted coffee.

Everything is made from scratch personally by Katie from top quality organic ingredients, carefully chosen to increase your vitamin, mineral and anti-oxidant levels.


For more information and bookings visit : https://www.katiecrosseyoga.com/yoga-brunch/winchester-22-mar

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