The 2020 “summer season” seems to have gone from 0 to 60 mph in about a week.


The roads are busy, the beaches are packed, and every other restaurant and bar has tables and parasols and customers outside. And for the most part, the sun has played its part… well mostly!

It’s a lot of change to get used to in such a short time!!

The good news is that now we are now allowed to do yoga outside in groups, at a distance, with suitable precautions.


With this sudden leap into busyness, it’s good to stop, to slow down, and to nourish body, mind and spirit with quieter practices like yoga.


And where better to do yoga than outdoors, where we can come together (well, with two metres between us), soak up the sun, breathe the clean air, and move our bodies in a strengthening and stress-reducing way.


So, from next week and until the end of August, we excited to announce that we are offering two face-to-face classes on Anglesey, at two fantastic locations.

Mondays in Holyhead at the Breakwater Country Park, 6pm-7.15pm

Tuesdays in Newborough at the Anglesey Transport Museum/Tacla Taid, 5.30pm-6.30pm



We’ve already run one session last week at Tacla Taid, and it was great to see both new faces and catch up with people we hadn’t seen since before lockdown.


It made us realise how long lockdown had been.


“All The Yogas” subscribers get to join one face-to-face class a week as part of their package – plus as many virtual classes as you like. Or if you don’t want to be a monthly subscriber, you can just pay per class.


One thing that we have no control over is the weather, so if it rains, we will cancel outdoor classes with_-– at least a couple of hours notice. We will text and email you – and you’ll be rebooked for the following week’s session instead (or another session of your choice). If it’s just cool weather, the session will run, so come and wear lots of layers!


To get you in the mood for outdoor yoga, we dodged the beachgoers and made a new Beach Yoga video this week. We filmed this one at Porth Cae-Du, a small and secluded (but somewhat noisy thanks to RAF Valley a few miles away!) cove in Rhoscolyn situated between Borthwen and Traeth Llydan. Enjoy!

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