Outdoor Yoga & Qiqong

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WE’RE HEADING OUTDOORS!

Join us for a yoga or qigong session in nature, with our small group sessions at the Teardrop Lakes in South Loughton Valley Park. Classes limited to 5 yogis, so booking essential.
 


Sunday 12 July

Wednesday 15 July


£7 online payment in advance 
(‘£5 for online monthly members’)

  • Social distancing is observed
  • Bookings are ‘first come first served’
  • Bring your own mat
  • Subject to weather – refunds will be given if we get rained off and have to cancel

Venue: Teardrop Lakes, South Loughton Valley Park

Meet at: Teardrop Lakes Car Park
Off Davy Avenue, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes MK5 8FT

 

Sunday 12 July

10am to 11am – Yoga with David or Qigong with Lily

 

Wednesday 15 July

10am to 11am – Yoga with Lily

 

Location

Google Maps

 

What3words

https://w3w.co/code.lamenting.union

This 3 word address refers to an exact 3m x 3m location. Tap the link or enter the 3 words into the free what3words app to find it.

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 Yoga Lily

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Lili has been studying and practising yoga in China & UK for 20 years, and teaching since 2007 (7 years in the UK). She draws inspiration from her training within established, classical yoga systems that focus on alignment, hatha vinyasa in its gentler form, yin, yin/yang, and restorative yoga styles, pranayama and meditation; blending the roots of Chinese healing traditions into a more holistic practice. For her, practice covers not just the physical aspects of yoga but also aligning and unblocking the bodies meridian energy pathways to release Qi energy (prana) which flows through the bodies energy highway, bringing the mind, body and spirit back into balance. “I am continually humbled by my students and teachers, my aim is always to teach from the heart and from the idea that yoga is the art of living, listening and learning, to embody this deeply spiritual tradition” – Lili Chen.