Womankind Yoga's Weekly Beach Yoga Class - Donation Only - returns for 2022.
This is our 8th year running our community-based Beach Yoga classes on Swansea Bay, near the Observatory Tower. Yoga teacher Nicola Lockhard teaches our Wednesday night sessions.
Nicola is a fully-qualified and insured yoga teacher, who has lots of experience in teaching people of all ages and abilities, including children. She completed her training at Yoga Satsanga Ashram in West Wales.
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Classes are still donation only - but please donate at the time of booking your place, to avoid the need to exchange cash. Cash payments on the night taken at discretion of teacher.
At the time of organising, there is no current limit to numbers attending outdoor sporting events with regards to Covid 19. This will change in line with any new restrictions that are announced.
Our policy is that a full refund will be given if you give notice that you can't attend the class by 12 noon on the day in question. This allows your place to be allocated to someone on the waiting list. Cancellations after 12 noon on the day of the class and non-attendance will not be refunded.
In order to keep everyone as safe as possibile and in-line with restrictions due to Covid-19 please bring your own hand sanitizer and do not attend if you are experiencing any symptoms of coronavirus. Please bring your own mat or towel to sit on and place it at least 2 meters apart from anyone else.
We meet on the beach by the Observatory Tower. which is to the far left hand end of Swansea Bay. There are two car parks in SA1 within walking distance, and the Civic Centre has free parking, ticket required.
Please call Helen on 07581 005605 if you have any questions.
Classes are weather dependant. If the class is cancelled due to forecast of heavy winds and/or rain, you will be notified by the morning of the class at the latest and an full refund of your donation will be issued.
Please do not attend if you have any of the following symptoms
- high temperature: this means you feel hot to touch on your chest or back (you do not need to measure your temperature)
- a new, continuous cough: this means coughing a lot for more than an hour, or 3 or more coughing episodes in 24 hours (if you usually have a cough, it may be worse than usual)
a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste: this means you've noticed you cannot smell or taste anything, or things smell or taste different to normal
If you develop one of these symptoms, you should:
- follow the self-isolation guidance
- apply for a coronavirus test
The COVID-19 online symptom checker (on NHS 111 Wales) can tell you if you need medical help.
Tickets for Wednesday Night Beach Yoga Swansea Bay 2022 can be booked here.
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