Virtual Yoga returns to Courage Yard

After the success of our Summer lockdown yoga series, Yoga with Manny returns to Courage Yard, bringing back her virtual yoga sessions with a WFH focus.

Yoga is a great way to refocus our minds and re-balance our bodies during three specialised sessions during lockdown. It is easy to slouch sitting at desks or on your sofa hunched over a laptop, and these sessions are for giving our bodies a well needed stretch out.

A Month of Free Virtual Yoga Classes

You will be guided through a calming 30 minute express yoga routine by the lovely Yoga with Manny. Don’t worry if you’re only a beginner, this class is suitable for all skill sets and will be easy to do at home!

Manny is a London-based yoga and meditation teacher. If you like her taster sessions on our Stories, you can check out some of her other online classes here.

Virtual Yoga on Instagram

Catch Manny every Thursday in lockdown2 at 2pm on the Instagram Stories at Courage Yard

Our 30 minute sessions with Manny will have you feeling rejuvenated and ready to continue your working day, so follow along on our Instagram Stories live at 2pm on :

Manny will guide us through sessions to target those specific lockdown body concerns, and focus on:

  • Thursday 12th November: Yoga for happy hamstrings
  • Thursday 19th November: Yoga for back care
  • Thursday 26th November: Yoga for the neck & shoulder

About Courage Yard, Shad Thames

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Courage Yard is just a 5-10 minute walk from London Bridge or Tower Hill tube stops

Courage Yard is nestled on Shad Thames next to Tower Bridge, with its large open square and fountain, this hidden gem is a great place to chill out and escape the hustle and bustle of central London. Courage Yard is home to Italian hotspot, Caffe Paradiso, Starbucks Reserve, the Watch House and Sami’s deli so you can stop off for a quick drink or a spot of lunch.

For more information visit or follow us on social @CourageYard

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