|Posted on 20 March, 2016 at 17:50|
A small room tucked between the Bakery Department shelves is an unusual space for Sunday morning yoga – but then Body and Soul Yoga thrives in unconventional settings. I have to say a big thank you to Tesco for providing the room which is used by many groups throughout the week. It’s lovely to see how much actually goes on there from jewellery making and children’s activities to Harry’s stamps (which follows the yoga on Sundays). The room really lives up to its name giving community groups a place to do their thing (whatever that might be).
This morning was our fifth at Tesco and it’s lovely to see the group slowly blossom. I’m getting to know the regulars now and finding ways to adapt the asanas for their individual needs. Several are new to yoga or coming back to it after a long break. I noticed today pink mats were all the rage – apparently available in store for £6 and excellent yoga starter mats.
Lesley, the Community Room Co-ordinator, requests that everyone sign in at Customer Services. Write your car reg number next to your name and you can stay over the three hour parking limit giving you extra time to do some shopping or have a coffee after class.
Tesco really is the one stop place for Sunday mornings. You can even buy clothes upstairs. I can see myself staying much longer some weeks after class to take advantage of the many facilities. So for now, a big thank you to Tesco – a big corporation yes, but definitely giving something back.
Classes at Tesco are on Sunday mornings at 10am – a bargain at £5 per class with no course to pay for. It’s best to email first in case the class gets full but there’s usually space to squeeze in an extra mat. Why not try the class for yourself and then do your shopping afterwards?
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