Wild Yoga

yoga and thought from Theo Wildcroft

Walks with Yoga

I love to practice in the wild, and I love to walk with friends. Every so often we combine them into Walks with Yoga! Some walks are fun and family friendly – like penny hikes and nature hunts. Some are quieter and more meditative – like barefoot walks and walks to sacred sites. We don’t do these often, so they are special events to put in the diary – if any are scheduled, they’ll be in the event list over there on the right (or down below, if you’re reading this your mobile).

We’ll walk only about 2-3 miles, with a warm up stretch first, and a break for yoga somewhere lovely along the way. We’ll be out for a couple of hours, and you’ll need no special equipment (not even a mat). If it’s wet, we’ll do a quick and warming standing sequence only. If it’s balmy and dry, we might lie down for a relaxation. We’ll work it out on the day together.

Pay by donation only – a few pounds would be nice to cover my time. But I’d rather you came along with whatever you can easily afford. Bring a waterproof coat you can sit on, bring water, bring smiles and a sense of adventure.

As the weather warms up, if you’re interested in Walks with Yoga, prod me with an email or in person and I’ll think about another date or two!

Here are a few photos from the first Walk with Yoga, around the village of Bremhill.

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And here we are on another one around Castle Combe.

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