Friday 8th October 2021

Venue: Chawton House

Part of the East Hants Literary Festival, Creative Footsteps, come and relax with a gentle yoga class in the historic Dyers barn within the beautiful and tranquil setting of the Chawton House estate.

Led by yoga instructor Zoë Stone, allow yourself to be inspired by the landscape in a workshop that seeks to boost wellbeing.

9:30-10:30am

£10 per person.

To book through Zoe’s website, please click here.

Additional Information

  • The workshop is based at the atmospheric Dyers Barn, located near the driveway to the House at the end of the Dead end road
  • Although sheltered, Dyers Barn is unheated so be sure to wrap up with warm clothes!
  • Yoga mats will not be provided, please bring your own
  • The nearest toilets are located just off the Courtyard at the House
  • Parking is available on the road leading up to the Barn

About Creative Footsteps:

Between 2 and 10 October the area’s first Nature and Literary Festival will celebrate local literary greats and their love of the East Hampshire countryside.  Follow in the footsteps of author Jane Austen, our first ecologist and naturalist Gilbert White, the wartime poet Edward Thomas and more.  You can enjoy short guided nature walks, writing and poetry workshops, garden tours, trails, Yoga and more.

About the teacher: Zoë Stone

After having her 2nd daughter, Zoë started practicing yoga as a gentle way to return to exercise..From this point, her love for yoga began when finding so much more than physical postures (asanas) on her mat.

Zoë began teaching Hatha Yoga in 2017 and completed her Yoga Teaching Training RYTT 200 hrs with Jill Jones and Yin Yoga Teacher Training 40hrs with Denise Barlow in 2018, both accredited with Yoga Alliance Professionals.

During Zoë’s classes you will find space for conscious breathing (pranayama), time to explore postures (asana), meditation (dhyana) and relaxation techniques with words of encouragement to be in the present moment.

“Take time to make your soul happy.”