Marble Hill Community Yoga
Community: a group of people having a particular characteristic in common
COMMUNITY YOGA AT MARBLE HILL IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE MARBLE HILL REVIVED PROJECT
Summer Solstice Yoga 2017 at Marble Hill was my first venture into running a community class, supported by the Marble Hill Revived Project. During fairer weather (March - October) we run sessions on Saturday mornings (8-9am) and Wednesday mornings (7.30-8.30am). There is not a formal charge for these lessons, instead participants are invited to leave a donation; this enables everyone access a yoga class regardless of financial situations (suggested donation for those financially viable £5) Practice would normally be held at the back of Marble Hill House, on what is known technically as the Pleasure Gardens! The view is down towards the river and is gorgeous.
Given everything going on for all of us at the moment, I will be continuing our practice via zoom on Saturday's 8-9am. The links are:
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84012331659?pwd=V0JLQlM2NDFpSXY4RS9tMGpPdGpEZz09
Meeting ID: 840 1233 1659 Passcode: 470621
If you want to join our whats app group, please text me your number and I'll add you to the group - my number is 07952 312057. We've found that this is the quickest way to keep everyone updated.
If you would like to donate online we have a go fund me page here:
https://gofund.me/693bafb1 or via paypal to
And so to fundraising, as previously mentioned this is a community based class. I do not get paid for these sessions and Marble Hill Revived support us through covering our licence (thank you guys!) to practice in Marble Hill. During the winter months, practicing via zoom has enabled us to also raise funds for SPEAR London, Park Lane Stables and The Hygiene Project. These sessions are for the community with it's health and well-being at its heart, with donations split to support both myself and the space which the Marble Hill Revived Project work hard to create; this includes safeguarding the house, investing in it's landscape, building education projects and so on. During recent months, I'm sure we have all developed a deeper appreciation and respect for the nature around us and I'd like to thank the Marble Hill Revived project for enabling us to practice in this gorgeous place, foster our community and share the practice of yoga.