Private Yoga Session With an Olympic Gold Medallist
This is the chance to have a unique group session for friends or colleagues with an Olympic Gold Medallist. Kat Copeland won gold in rowing at London 2012 and since retiring from the sport is trained and fully qualified to teach hatha, vinyasa, yin, and restorative yoga, the style of yoga can be very much dictated by you, your needs, and what you're feeling that day.
Ease ourselves in with a cup of tea and some introductions. Kat will share her experiences of the Olympic Games, including some personal behind-the-scenes photos, and talk about what life is like as a full-time elite athlete. You will then flow through a creative hatha yoga class suitable for any level of yogi, whether you're a complete novice or a regular on the mat. My goal will be to find something that feels good for you and to help you finish feeling better than when you started. At the end, Kat will answer any questions you might have, from training and fitness to what it's like to sit on the starting line of an Olympic final or to live in the Olympic Village.
This experience is great for team-building or as a group activity on a special occasion for friends who cannot be together. It can be delivered on a date of mutual convenience.
75 minutes 10-12 people but happy for a larger group.
Ava Helene Atkinson was born on May 26, 2014, but because she was born so early, she experienced many health issues.
Ava was moved to the neo-natal unit where she was put on a ventilator to help her breathe. Hours later, Ava’s condition had not improved, and after discussions with the consultant it was decided that due to the severity of the health issues she had, we as parents had to make the most devastating decision of our lives, together with the care team, to withdraw treatment. Minutes after coming off the ventilator Ava passed away peacefully with her family around her.
Whilst at the hospital we were given a keepsake box in which we were able to have memories of Ava. These precious memories are there for us to look at and cherish. Her keepsake box has brought comfort to us all, so much so that we have decided we would like to put together our own memory boxes for other parents who have suffered the loss of a child.
We have decided to make these keepsake boxes ourselves and hope that these boxes will be looked at for years to come.