Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Beat the winter blues with unique yoga class

With the best will in the world, it can be difficult to summon the want or the will to get out and exercise when its cold and dark. We’ve all been there, but a unique new yoga class in Lincoln this winter will have you feeling great in no time.

Run by esteemed local yoga instructor, Amanda Greenwood, trained by the British Wheel of Yoga, the yoga class will be held amongst Lincolnshire’s finest artworks and archaeology collections.

Located in one of The Collection Museum’s specialist exhibition rooms, you can unwind, tune in to your breathing and move through a series of ancient yogic movements and poses – connecting you to the world around you.

“No matter your age, experience or current fitness level, yoga really can be for everyone and every unique body,” says Amanda.

“Come along, meet some like-minded people and explore something different in a really unique place.”

Classes start on 24 October and run every Wednesday from 6pm to 7pm until 19 December.

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