Vinyasa Yoga with Fran

5 February 2020 — 22 February 2020

Join us in the gallery to unwind and relax with Flow with Fran.

Fran Giacomozzi will host a vinyasa-style yoga class, specifically tailored to increase body mobility and release muscular tension. She is a qualified yoga instructor

with 240hrs Teacher Training Certificate, qualified in Vinyasa, Ashtanga and Yin yoga disciplines.
The session aims to offer an increased awareness of the body and mind through a challenging, yet relaxing class. Vinyasa means breath synchronized movement and the breath is the heart of this discipline.

No prior experience of yoga will be required, however the session will be physically demanding and involve floor work, so please bear this in mind when deciding whether it may be suitable for your personal needs.

Please bring your own yoga mat, but one will be provided if needed.

Please note the gallery will still be open to the public.

During February we will host two lunchtime yoga sessions to use the Gallery space in new ways and take advantage of the flexibility of the Thumbs Up display. Each session will have fifteen available places.

About Flow With Fran

Fran is a certified yoga instructor who has trained in India and Preston. Fran is from Italy, now living in Salford. Ever since she was young Fran has felt driven by the connection between good physical well-being and good mental health.

Fran values movement and meditation as a pillar for good health.

Wednesday 5 Feb, 12:30-13:15 (45mins)
Lunch time Yoga
£7.06 per person

Saturday 22 Feb, 12:30-13:30 (1hr)
Lunch time Yoga
£7.06 per person

Book a place on either course via Eventbrite.

Thumbs Up is an exhibition featuring the work of artists Michael Beard, Fran Disley, Harry Meadley and Leslie Thompson and will be on display at the Gallery from 24 January – 8 March 2020.
It has been produced by Castlefield Gallery and Venture Arts, with the support of the University of Salford Art Collection.

Commissioned by

     University of Salford Art Collection   

with special thanks to Castlefield Gallery Commissioning Patrons

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