Saturday 5th August   8.30am – 1.30pm
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Enjoy a mini-retreat at Henham Barns to leave you feeling fit & healthy
Classes will take place inside Henham Barns AND outside in the beautiful park
Henham Barns is a traditional Suffolk oak beamed, red brick granary & dairy. There is underfloor heating, LED lighting and a yoga studio
£35 ticket includes all classes, food & drinks. To book click button above.
Open to all levels. Advance booking essential. Please email: with any questions.

A beautiful healthy & nourishing breakfast will be provided by Radish + Rose with gluten and dairy free options.
In the breaks you will be offered a selection of raw energy balls and a supergreen protein Vitamix smoothie.
Herbal teas, coffee, tea and lemon infused water will be available at all times.









A kettlebell is a weight with a handle (various weights available). Build strength and tone by squatting, swinging, lifting and lunging
Gentle, slow flowing yoga with longer holds to warm your muscles up
Ever been curious as to what exactly chakras are? Learn more using your mind, breath and body
Fun combination of high intensity interval training (HiiT), positive affirmations & mindful meditation. Suitable for all fitness levels.
An uplifting blend of spiritual & physical practices using breath work, mantras and movement. The ‘yoga of awareness’
Looping outdoor run with challenges for those who want to sprint!
Modern day form of classical Indian yoga, fast and strong
Build stability & core strength whilst improving posture & alignment
An introduction into usable Qi Gong & Tai Chi, harnessing the energy within us.
Long holds of deep yoga poses to help you relax and unwind.
Gracefulcombination of ballet, pilates, toning & sculpting to elongate muscles and improve posture
A beautiful, flowing class increasing awareness of how your body, breath and mind are linked

Imogen Hall   Kettlebells
Imogen has been a group exercise instructor for over 25 years. Her happy outlook on life shines through in all her classes, mixing user friendly exercise with great music and the feel-good factor of working out. Imogen works in community and health clubs offering a diverse range of classes, her true loves being Step and of course Kettlebells.

Nikki Hall   Hatha Yoga
Nikki, a British Wheel of Yoga teacher for 16 years, teaches Hatha yoga classes and workshops in east Suffolk. Her classes bring a holistic and individual experience for everyone, focusing on yoga for the health and well being of her students combining asana, pranayama and meditation, with great emphasis on the breath and both physical and mental awareness. At Henham she will explore moving into and out of a series of poses with the breath, to develop a short, meditative, flowing sequence. Nikki organises the “Suffolk Yoga Circle” and is a member of Sportsuffolk Topcoach Academy.

Daisy Turner   Chakras & Yin Yoga
Daisy began practicing yoga whilst recovering from illness, finding the discipline instrumental in re-building her physical and mental strength. She is currently in her 200hr yoga teacher training with the British Wheel of Yoga. She teaches hatha flow with a focus on pranayama as well as Yin, which offers the chance to really tune into the breath and find new space in the body. For the Henham Yin class she’ll guide you through hip opening and mindful twists, finishing with a short Nidra (yogic sleep) to close the morning and relax you ready for lunch.

Wendy MacLennan
Train Body Brain (TBB) was launched one year ago by Wendy MacLennan who is a Level 3 Personal Trainer. Originally the method was designed to nourish the body, brain and spirit specifically of teenage girls. The class has since grown and is now taught in schools to both girls and boys, in the workplace and a regular class for Mums. The class is a powerful combination: During the 20 minute HIIT (high intensity interval training) & mat section you are showered with positive affirmations. The session concludes with a relaxing cool down and mindful meditation which focusses on letting go of worry. Expect uplifting big tunes in the HIIT section and to leave feeling more zen than you’ve ever felt after a sweaty exercise class!

Natalie Wells   Kundalini Yoga
Natalie underwent her teacher training in 2012 with Yogi Bhajan and has welcomed a wide range of teaching opportunities – from private and small group classes through to workshops at Mind Body Spirit Festival. Whilst living in London her focus was on womens’ classes, workshops and retreats. In 2015 Natalie co-created a yoga DVD series titled Kundalini Yoga for Your Week, designed to help people with busy schedules keep up a daily yoga practice. Moving to Woodbridge in early 2016, her focus remains on helping people access yoga easily and to suit their schedule, and she’s currently focused on setting up the town’s first dedicated yoga studio in collaboration with the many brilliant yoga teachers in the area. During the session at Henham you will get a glimpse of the transformative power of Kundalini Yoga and Meditation for yourself with a beginner-friendly set focused on liberating the energy of your heart.

Robert Chenery   Gentle Run
Rob is a running coach and active member of Suffolk based running groups. He is an ambassador for Whole Earth (delicious peanut butter!) and his day job is a paediatric staff nurse.

Katharine Lawrence  Ashtanga Yoga
Katharine has an ongoing love affair with India and has been many times to continue her yoga training. She has also travelled as far afield as New Zealand (twice!) to study with her main gurus, John Scott & Lucy Crawford. Katharine offers amazing hands on adjustments in her yoga classes and teaches a fast Ashtanga flow which will leave you physically fired up yet mentally calm. Her classes and retreats are based around Ipswich and Woodbridge.

Charlie Holmes Fitness Pilates
Based in Saxmundum, Charlie began her career in the fitness industry 8 years ago as a group workout instructor and continued to develop her passion for fitness further, qualifying as a Level 2 fitness pilates instructor amongst other accolades. Her core belief is that working out should always be fun, with the right attitude and atmosphere.

Trevor Rawson  Tai Chi
Trevor Rawson is a former British Army PTI who reluctantly took up the slow moving defensive martial art of Tai Chi in support of a friend.  Then aged 37 he felt he was about 30-years too young but was astounded how good an exercise it actually was and became hooked.  With regular practice it helped him overcome a number of persistent recurring injuries, improve posture and feel at the peak of his physical & mental health. After a yang style “apprenticeship” he began instructing his own groups in 2002.  His aim for the taster session is to pass on something that can be remembered easily and used at home.  It will be a relaxing mix of static and dynamic movements, suitable for all abilities, employing Qi Gong, Dao In, Tai Chi and appropriate Army humour. Trevor has recently moved to Great Yarmouth and will be setting up new groups in the surrounding areas.

Millie Dobie   Barre
Millie has worked full time in the Fitness Industry in Suffolk for 18 years, beginning in village halls and working up to owning her own fully equipped studio in Halesworth. She has released pilates DVDs and worked with every body from an ex-Prime Minister to local schoolkids. Continuous education and workshops allows Millie to stay on top of current thoughts and approaches in the fitness world. Her latest training is to teach Bar-less Barre, luckily for us the class she is introducing us to at the yoga studio in Henham.

Meg Ayton-Andrews   Mindful Yoga
Under the alias Equestrian Yogini, Meg has taken social media by storm and has a fresh approach to yoga teaching, taking her classes outdoors, on the beach and running pop ups at trendy café’s such as Honey+Harvey in Woodbridge. She teaches class from her own practice and you can tell her whole heart goes into ensuring you have the most transformative experience possible. She aims to connect breath and movement, focusing on how you feel & creating space in the body rather than what a pose is supposed to look like. Her gentle flow yoga is about learning how to come back to your inner self, releasing holding patterns that keep you from moving forward in life with each exhale.

Henham Barns postcode is NR34 8AQ. The entrance is directly off the A12 in between Southwold & Wangford turn offs. Drive down the avenue of lime trees and the Henham Barn complex will be on your right.
Extra Information
·    Bring a yoga mat, trainers, blanket and water
·    If you would like to borrow a yoga mat please reserve one as limited availability
·    Previous yoga class experience not required, classes are accessible to all levels of fitness. You are welcome to take any modifications necessary if you are injured
·    It is perfectly possible to attend part of the morning or to leave early
·    There is no minimum age limit
·    Disclose any injuries or pregnancies prior to activity
·    You are welcome to consume your own snacks. No food or beverage is guaranteed nut/dairy/gluten free
·    All participants understand they are undertaking yoga & consumables at their own risk