We've got the perfect thing to kick off your weekend - a morning of reviving yoga and delicious food at The Proud Archivist in east London. Grab your yoga mat and join us - your mind and body will thank you for it!
Emelia at the Hackney Pantry is teaming up with Holly Wilkinson to offer this perfect Saturday morning. An hour of restorative vinyasa flow yoga with the lovely Holly, will be followed by a nourishing brunch hosted by Emelia. You're in for a real treat with beautiful hand crafted food and drink including breakfast bowls, scrumptious savoury toasts and homemade juices.
Why choose between working out or brunch with friends when you can do both? Join us - stretch out, hang out and indulge together!
What to expect;
- 1 hour Vinyasa Flow yoga with Holly – suitable for all levels
- Work up an appetite! Bring yoga clothes and a jumper or something warm to put on afterwards.
- Followed by a delicious two course brunch with a home made cleansing juice from Emelia at the Hackney Pantry – most dietary requirements will be covered but please do let us know of anything specific when you book
- Hosted in the Annex at the fab Proud Archivist on Regents Canal, Hoxton
- We have a limited number of mats available - please bring your own or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve one
If you can't take part this time, send us an email to email@example.com and we will include your name in our priority booking list for the next Yoga Brunch event!
About Emelia and the Hackney Pantry
The Hackney Pantry started out as a food blog in 2013 where Emelia chronicled her obsessions with food. Emelia soon realised that she wanted to take her passion for creating new nutritious and exciting food beyond the web and out into the wider world and so a business plan was born. Join us at one of our Yoga Brunch events see for yourself how delicious her seasonal whole-food centred creations really are.
Holly is a registered yoga teacher ryt200 hours, qualifying in 2014. She's been teaching dynamic and flowing classes since June 2014, with a focus on finding safe alignment but allowing yoga to be an expression of your own body. Yoga isn't competitive or about bending into funny poses, it should be fun, refreshing and just a little bit sweaty!