regular hall users

Summerhouse kindergarten.

Using the church hall to provide childcare 5 days a week from 9am to 3pm, Summer House Kindergarten have a holistic understanding of children’s needs. They use outdoor play and artistic expression to create a space where childhood means magic, wonder, discovery & love.

PILATES with Niki

Pilates works to strengthen the body from the inside out, targeting the deep postural muscles of the core, which stabilise and protect the spine. When practised regularly Pilates re-balances and re educates the body into perfect alignment. Pilates is a safe, low impact, form of exercise which is suitable for all levels of fitness and ability. Pilates is particularly beneficial for those seeking relief from back and/or joint pain, postnatal recovery, abdominal toning and strengthening, recovery from injury. If you are unsure about whether Pilates is suitable for you, please feel free to get in touch. Classes in the church hall on Monday and Thursday evenings

www.nikipowellfitness.com

Omkari Yoga

Omkari Yoga promises to deliver authentic yoga to anyone – beginners looking to start their journey into yoga or more advanced students to deepen their practice.

Typically classes with Omkari Yoga follow a traditional, exact and easy-to-learn system of Yoga that uses Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing exercises) and Meditation to offer a way of achieving better health of the physical body, a more peaceful mind and a greater spiritual evolvement. This is like a toolbox of skills that help us lead a more fulfilled and balanced life. Bringing the body, mind, emotions and spirit into harmony we can support ourselves to be free from disease and regular practice relieves us from everyday stress.

There are regular classes in the Church Hall. for more information contact Debbie.  www.omkariyoga.com

Sacred Harp is a great opportunity for people who love to sing. You don’t have to be a professional singer, just come, join and enjoy

We all sing from a book called the Sacred Harp, first published in the 1840s in America. It contains folk hymns, fugues and anthems in four part harmony. Most of the songs have Christian lyrics but you don’t need to be religious to sing this music. In fact most of us in Bristol aren’t. Singing is free and people can come as often or as little as they want. Our youngest regular singer is 21 years old oldest are in their 80s. Quite a few of us have kids and the little ones come to our daytime events too. I had never sung a note in life, but it was so welcoming (and everyone else was singing so loudly) that I soon lost my inhibitions and started singing out as loud as I could. I’ve been doing it regularly for the last 5 years and it’s given me the confidence to sing.

The group hires the hall once a month, for more information see their website

http://www.bristolsacredharp.org/