Our latest yoga brunch event, Hub67, 5th March

 Our latest yoga brunch was another beautiful morning filled with wonderful people, reviving yoga and delicious food. We moved to a new venue for this event, Hub67 in Hackney Wick is an amazing space made entirely from recycled materials from the Olympic Park, the venue was perfect for an intimate morning brining together a group of like-minded people. 

The beautiful 


 led another reviving vinyassa flow yoga practice getting everyone's blood flowing and appetites ready for brunch.

Hackney Pantry Yoga Brunch

We mixed up the menu again this time, adding lots of new recipes but making sure our signature whipped parsley tahini spread and pickled carrots was on there - both our regulars and new guests love it!


Brown rice coconut milk porridge

Mango, lime, coconut chips, honey, black sesame seeds



Labneh, grapes, 


, honey

E5 Rugbrot Bread


Whipped parsley tahini spread

Spicy pickled carrots

E5 Rye Bread


Sunflower seed butter, kale, apple, sesame seeds

E5 Spelt Bread


Easy green juice

Cucumber, lettuce, lemon and apple


To take home

Raw chocolate energy bites

Once again we had some amazing feedback from our lovely guests - love you guys! We couldn't do any of this without our supporters! Watch this space for our next event - date, location and tickets launching soon!

Thanks again 4 a beautiful #yoga#brunch on Sat @HackneyPantry. Delicious food, nice crowd, gr8 class! Keep doing what u do! C u next time!
β€” Sally Ann Walker (@Sallyannwalker) March 7, 2016
Amazing group of yogis this morning at @hackneypantry yoga brunch - people came from far and wide today. Feeling very honoured to teach everyone xxxx #vinyasa #hackneypantryyogabrunch #hackneypantry #hollyyoga #yoga #london #humblewarrior #hackneywick
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THANK YOU to everyone at @hackneypantry for a wonderful morning of #yoga and delicious food! #yogaeverydamnday #sofull
A photo posted by Mostly dog, some downdog (@alexsophied) on Mar 5, 2016 at 4:15am PST
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