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What's on in March

I always love the energy of March often waking before the alarm as the light creeps earlier into the morning. I also look forward to skiing with my sister, we are heading to Morzine in the French Alps for the week of 11th March so no classes that week. It's not all high adrenaline fun, it's also about taking in the scenery and mountain air. A short Yoga flow at the end of the day is perfect for winding down and for the recovery of tired muscles, as it is for any sport or exercise you do. Starting the day with a balanced breath practice takes only a few minutes and can help you feel present and engaged in those precious holiday moments. A holiday for me isn't a holiday without a good book and I have Barbara Kingsolver's Demon Copperhead ready to go for March.

It's all about the books (& local writers)

I am excited to be seeing John Cooper Clark at Wells Maltings next week. Hailing from Salford he has been called 'the punk poet' or 'the people's poet' If you don't know his work here is a link to a poem he created back in 2015 which evokes perfectly our skies and coastline. He is supported at his performance by the local poet some of you may know Luke Wright.

Looking ahead to May Tom Parfitt is in conversation at The Fisher Theatre talking about his book High Caucasus which takes him on a healing journey by foot across the Caucasus Mountains. Tom grew up locally but lived and worked as a journalist in Russia. It is not always a comfortable read but history and travel journal intertwine to make it memorable and impactful.

Classes in March:

w/b 4th - all classes as usual

w/b 11th - no classes

w/b 18th - all classes except Geldeston (film club week)

w/b 25th - all classes, (Geldeston 27th Rest & Restore)

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