Try ‘My Kind of Yoga’ for free – your first class with F360 Hub is free.
Book you first class here: bit.ly/f360hubfreeclass
💚 A new Practice and intention for each month – this month is ‘Be Open’
💚 Simple yoga sequences for you to modify to suit you
💚 Make the yoga poses your own through play
💚 Feel the benefits of the mind-body-breath working together for an inner sense of calm and relaxation
The class runs every Monday evening with Norma and Claire, and will be running during the Bank Holidays in April and May.
See you in class!
What improves strength, tone, posture, balance, mobility, stability AND sculpts your body all at the same time? Simple? … Pilates with Arlette!
Arlette is a former professional dancer with 18 years experience of performing and teaching exercise and dance in a career which ranged from Ballet to the Moulin Rouge to Argentine Tango and now puts all that expertise and knowledge into her Pilates classes.
Meet at West Sussex County Council car park next to the Downs Link at West Grinstead, immediately east of Orchard Restaurant (RH13 8LU, TQ183226). The car park is hard to find as the sign is tucked away especially if you are coming from the west. The car park entrance is opposite Park Lane. This 5.5 mile walk involves walking along the Downs Link and fields to view a church and a walk along the River Adur. Well behaved dogs welcome.
Park and meet at St George’s Church, Steyning Road, West Grinstead, RH13 8LR (TQ171208). From Horsham (A24), take the B2135 signposted Partridge Green, first right at wooden bungalow. We all start together and then we have a choice of a shorter or longer route. A flat circular 3 or 5 mile walk with far reaching views of the South Downs, interesting buildings and houses along the way. Can be muddy. No dogs, possibility of cattle, horses & sheep. Toilet, honesty box.
Meet in Washington South Downs Way car park (TQ120119). This 6.5 mile route takes us along the South Downs way to Chanctonbury Ring and from there we continue in the direction of Steyning before dropping down to the foot of the Downs through a lovely piece of woodland. When at the foot of the Downs we wend our way back towards Washington observing Wiston House in the distance as we go. The route contains stiles, steep hills and can be muddy. Dogs welcome. Refreshments provided.