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Earth Yoga - In The Heart Of The Cave

43 Marlbank Road, Florencecourt, County Fermanagh, BT92 1EW
Earth Yoga- Marble Arch Caves

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Join us for a unique experience as you get in touch with your inner yogi in a beginner-friendly 60 minutes yoga session in the depths of the Marble Arch Caves. Relax body and mind as we connect to nature inside the cave with an inviting and inspiring class welcome to all levels. This multi-sensory experience will take your yoga practice to a place it has never been, surrounded by the sights and sounds of mother earth deep in the heart of the show cave, 50 metres underground.

Our Yoga Session will indulge in restorative poses with a restful sound accompaniment. The yoga space will be lit with lanterns creating a warm and inviting feeling.

You will need to bring along a yoga mat, a blanket as the temperature in the cave is around 9 degrees so please dress for your temperature comfort level- socks, hat and a jumper or similar. We suggest you bring a hand towel (you may experience a few drops of water from the cave ceiling) and a warm drink in a flask with you.

Please note that we will walk down 154 steps to enter the cave, so runners/flat shoes are suggested. You may choose to be barefoot/socks or use yoga shoes once on your mat.

You don't need to be an experienced yogi to join this session. These classes are very private, so you can relax with no more than twelve people in a session. This is not a yoga programme of 3 sessions but individual sessions run with a similar style and programme.

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Season (5 Feb 2023)
DayTimes
Sunday09:30 - 10:45
Season (12 Feb 2023)
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Sunday09:30 - 10:45
Season (19 Feb 2023)
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Sunday09:30 - 10:45

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