"I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright.” - Henry David Thoreau
As the seasons change, outdoor Yoga is a great way to connect with nature, and enjoy the benefits of fresh air and the sounds around you as you practice and relax. Imagine laying under the trees in relaxation and looking at setting sun on the horizon or the moon and stars – magical!
Last year, I was delighted to teach at this amazing, outdoor space at Nurture Health & Fitness (above), just down the road from me in Northamptonshire.
Nestled in private woodlands, the path leads you down past the fire pit and purpose built wooden platform surrounded by trees and fields. The whole area helps you to feel peaceful and grounded.
If you’d like to try some ‘al fresco’ Yoga lessons, or are planning something different for a special celebration or group activity message me ~ Pamela
Time: There are two sessions available with 10 spaces each: book a morning session from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm or afternoon session from 2:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Schedule: Outdoor Hatha Yoga under the trees led my Pamela; a guided relaxation, life coaching for health and happiness with Alice, home-cooked refreshments, including two course plant-based meal, meditation and Q & A session. Morning or afternoon sessions available.
Refreshments: Hot & cold drinks will be available, as well as home cooked healthy snacks, and 2 course plant based lunch/dinner served at the onsite Stable Café.
Alice worked as an Equine Veterinary Surgeon for 17 years before retiring from practice to establish her own health and fitness business in 2019.
In addition to her qualifications in Personal Training and Nutrition, she also has a First Class Honours Degree in Human Psychology and is a Certified Behaviour Change Coach.
Alice specialises in helping people untangle the challenges and confusion associated with diet and exercise to form sustainable habits for a happier, healthier life.
In her coaching practice Alice uses the Tiny Habits Method, pioneered by Professor B J Fogg at Stanford University. This approach empowers people by starting with small changes that ultimately become transformative. She has used this approach in her own life as she built her fitness from 5 minutes of Joe Wicks a day to running 100 mile mountain races.
She has created the Nurture Retreats Venue from a wood clearing at the bottom of her garden and works with local experts to provide a range of health and wellbeing experiences.