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Friday Morning Chair Yoga at Hallam Street Methodist Church

by Body Mind Collective CIC

About our activities / service

  • Hallam Street Community Project
    The Methodist Church Hall
    Hallam Street
    West Bromwich
    B71 4HE
  • 07749847818
Accessibility details Fully accessible.
Opening hours Fridays 10-11am

Opening days

Morning Afternoon Evening
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Friday - -
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Sunday - - -

This gentle chair session is suitable for those with limited mobility or recovering from illness. Seated, we will work on mobilising and strengthening the joints, followed by breathing and meditation practices. This class is an accessible venue and will be suitable for most bodies. Please email if you would like further information on whether this class is suitable for you.

Staff qualifications Qualified to deliver its services.
Genders All
Age focus 18 year olds, 19-25 year olds, 26-65 year olds, 65+ year olds

About the organisation

Body Mind Collective CIC is a not-for profit providing opportunities and resources for Sandwell residents to better their health and wellbeing. We strive to be affordable, accessible, and inclusive to people of differing ages, body sizes, ethnicities, gender identities, and sexualities. We endeavour to remove physical and mental barriers for those with physical disabilities and impairments, and for those with additional mental and emotional needs. In our group yoga sessions, we explore movement, breathing and meditation techniques in order that Sandwell residents can experience some of the benefits of yoga. This may include: • Improve physical mobility, strength, and posture. • Better manage emotions such as stress, fear, anxiety, and frustration • Learn ways to relax and improve sleep. • Increase energy levels. • Improve digestion. • Regulate breathing. Additionally, Body Mind Collective hosts sessions for local businesses, charities, and events, with any profits re-invested into the local community. We secure private and public sector funding to deliver programmes to Sandwell residents at a lower cost.

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