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If the bride-to-be and her fellow hens are in need of a moment of zen after weeks of stressful wedding planning, then a spot of yoga could be just what the doctor ordered. Not only is it a great bit of relaxation it can also be a downright hilarious activity (we all have that one friend…)!
Don't fret if you don't know your downward-facing dog from your elbow, your friendly-instructor will adjust the class to suit your skill level. They'll turn up to your accommodation with all the kit and, after a quick introduction, you'll be taken through a few breathing and stretching exercises. Then, it's time to get your flexibility on as you attempt a variety of poses. "Omm… Omm…Omm-MG, that was brilliant!"
After you've stretched in ways you didn't even know you were capable of, you'll get a warm down with a Savasana (a corpse pose) where you get to have a nice lie-down! "What did we do on the hen weekend? Well, we did a spot of yoga and I absolutely nailed the Savasana position! Don't worry about googling it, it's just a really complex stretch!"
10 Classic yoga poses:
Originating from India, yoga focuses on giving a boost to your mental and physical wellbeing through breathing exercises and tests of strength and flexibility. Perfect for a bride-to-be who has had her fair share of wedding stress. Mother-in-law being a pain in the neck… *exhale*, partner being frustratingly unhelpful… *exhale*, seating arrangements getting complicated… *exhale*.
You don't want her to still be in a flap when it comes to your big hen night out, do you?! Well, by the end of the hour, she'll be feeling suitably refreshed and raring to party.
Please Note: We work with 1000s of suppliers across the UK & Europe so prices, availability, photos and specifics on our mobile yoga class activity may vary depending on your preferred location and dates.
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