- Flow-In-The-Dark - The R&B Edition
- Move. Sweat. Connect.
January 18, 2019
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
- in St Martins Lane
- - London -
Don your brightest workout gear and pop on some neon face paint, St Martins Lane is playing host to The Wellscene's next Flow-In-The- Dark Yoga class - the R&B edition with Jonelle Lewis, on Friday 18 January 2019.
At The Wellscene, they do yoga differently. They turn off the light, crank up the music and team up with London’s favourite yoga teachers to give you sweat dripping feel-good yoga. You can expect an uplifting, fun and grounding 60-minute yoga class that will get you twisting, sweating and moving, making sure you'll leave the mat feeling rejuvenated, blissful and inspired. Unlike most other yoga classes, this one will take place in the near dark. The space will solely be illuminated by black lights. To make things extra spectacular, we ask you to come in your brightest active wear. We give you glow sticks when you arrive and have a DIY neon face paint station set up so you can literally flow and glow in the dark.
Expect a sweaty and fiery start to the class, followed by some well-deserved restorative poses to stretch out weary muscles and wind down the body. Jonelle's contagious energy and warmth will encourage you to explore your limits and try out poses that seemed out of reach before. She'll be giving modifications where appropriate, so the class is open to newbies and advanced yogis alike.
Don't rush off straight after class though, as we'll be treating you to a goodie bag, and a Neat-Nutrition smoothie or cheeky glass of wine or beer. It's Friday after all…
Sounds good? Grab your friends, get your ticket and we'll see you on the mat! For tickets click here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/flow-in-the-dark-the-rb-edition-tickets-53927210739
6.30 - 7.00pm Doors open + DIY face paiting
7.00 - 8.00pm R&B yoga with Jonelle
8.00 - 9.00pm Social hour
Please note £1 of your ticket is donated to Cool Earth, a non-profit organisation that does incredible work to fight deforestation - one of the leading causes of climate change.