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Kundalini Yoga Class Raises £130 for Rennie Grove Hospice

Julie Greenhalgh Kundalini yoga teacher in Harpenden, Hertfordshire raised £130 from her New Year’s Day yoga class in aid of the Rennie Grove Hospice Care. Julie organised her New Year’s Day yoga class as a one-off charity class for her local Harpenden yoga clients interested in starting off the new year in a relaxing and positive way.

About Rennie Grove Hospice Care

According to the charity’s website Rennie Grove Hospice Care provides specialist care and support for adults and children with a life-limiting illness in Bucks and west Herts. Through their unique Hospice at Home service, and a range of day services Rennie Grove support patients to live the best quality life they can with a choice about how and where they are cared for towards the end of life. The charity is also there for the families of patients, ensuring that everyone receive the right support, when they need it, to help them make every moment together matter. Learn more:

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Julie Greenhalgh offers weekly yoga classes from her purpose built yoga studio, Breath & Harmony in central Harpenden. Julie offers yoga classes on a Tuesday morning at 9:30 am, Wednesday morning at 10:30 am and Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm. Each class cost £15, or £72 if you sign up for six classes. If you want to give Kundalini yoga a try, a taster session is £10.

Julie Greenhalgh, Kundalini yoga teacher, Harpenden, Hertfordshire said: ‘If you want to reduce your anxiety by practising yoga at a local yoga class in a peaceful garden setting, call me on 07909 542453.

Or email me via my website at  I organised a New Year’s Day yoga class for January 1st to raise money for Rennie Grove Hospice Care, as I volunteered at the hospice and counselled patients in 2018 and 2019. I was surprised how many of my yoga regulars wanted to commit to the New Year’s Day yoga class to support the charity.

I deliberately chose the 1st of January to focus our minds on new beginnings. I made the class relax and consider what they wanted to achieve in 2020. Part of the session focused on moving on and leaving behind any negativity from the previous year. Everyone enjoyed the yoga class and I hope it enabled them to concentrate on their 2020 goals while also supporting such an important local charity.’

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