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Our Yoga classes are restarting

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Published on 23 June 2021 04:33 PM

Age UK North Tyneside are pleased to announce that our Yoga at Forest Hall will restart for a second series of sessions on Wednesday 1st September this time for 6 weeks.

Session dates - 6 weeks from Wednesday 1st September to Wednesday 6th October, 1-2pm at Springfield Community Centre.

Places must be booked and paid for in advance. There are 12 places available, booked on a first come, first served basis. 

After booking is open on Monday 16th August at 9:30am, you can book your place and pay online via our Eventbrite page – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/165881208159

You can also book your place on Eventbrite and pay direct with our finance team.

If you are unable to use Eventbrite please contact the Community Development team on 0191 2877012

Payment must be made before the first session on Wednesday 1st September.

All previous attendees of the yoga group have been written to informing them of the start date and the changes that have been bought in.

The Community Development team are excited to see the groups return and wishes to welcome everyone back safely and into an environment in which all participants feel comfortable and confident.

In conjunction with the Government's roadmap and working with our team of instructors, volunteers and venues, we have bought in some new safety controls and alterations. This is to safeguard everyone’s health, safety and wellbeing which will ensure the longevity of the programme going forward.

We hope to continue to roll out our programme of social and physical groups and activities face-to-face over the coming months.

If you have any questions please contact the Community Development team on 0191 2877012 or email community.development@ageuknorthtyneside.org.uk

 

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