Outdoor Yoga and Walking Meditation taster sessions at WWC

Yoga Sessions

Yoga Sessions

Walking Meditation Sessions

Walking Meditation Sessions

Over the next couple of weeks there will be four free health and wellbeing taster sessions held at the Welsh Wildlife Centre.

Walking Meditation sessions will be on Friday 24th March from 10am – 11am or on Saturday 1st April from 10am – 11am.

Come and experience a walk through Teifi Marshes nature reserve that brings you closer to nature. During this walking meditation we will experience an active meditation, bringing your attention to the flow of your body while walking and connecting you to the environment around you. During the walk we will also pause for brief standing meditations.
The walking meditation will last around an hour and is suitable for those comfortable walking on uneven ground at a gentle pace. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing appropriate for the weather. Children welcome accompanied by adults. However please bear in mind that there will be significant periods that will require the group to be silent.

Outdoor yoga sessions will be on Saturday 25th March from 10am – 11am or on Friday 31st March from 10am – 11am.

Experience yoga in the most beautiful setting of the Welsh Wildlife Centre, overlooking the Afon Teifi River. You will be taken through a gentle but warming yoga posture session in a hatha style (holding of postures – many are performed with short holds and repetitions) incorporating sun salutations, breathing exercises and a short relaxation.
The yoga session will last around an hour. Please wear comfortable loose fitting/stretchy clothing and bring layers, particularly for the relaxation at the end. Suitable for beginners and more experienced alike, with the focus on nature. Children welcome accompanied by adults.

These are free events. Donations to the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales are welcome, with all proceeds going back into nature conservation.

Booking is essential for these events as places are limited. To book or for more information please call 01239 621600 or email wwc@welshwildlife.org