2022 is here and many of us will be thinking about the new and exciting things we would like to add to our lives. Whether you’re already built like Arnie or have never put a pair of trainers on in your life, picking up a new sport or fitness regime is a great way to meet new people and get the blood pumping. So, rather than looking at the same old sterile gym chains, why not check out one of Brighton’s independent fitness companies for a health kick with character:
BrightonYoga specialises in outdoor wellness activities in the breath-taking countryside right behind Brighton. Brighton & Hove has several local nature reserves in and around the city, like Stanmer Park, Sheepcote Valley or Castle Hill. Much of it is in South Downs National Park, and over half of the area covered by Brighton & Hove City Council is open downland.
There will be several yoga classes a week on the seafront and in different parks in Brighton in the summer month. The classes are beginner-friendly and have a really friendly atmosphere. Here you can enjoy a yoga practice and meet new people. On warmer days, bring your swimming suit and enjoy a jump into the sea afterwards.
Discover the Southdowns – A sightseeing tour with a zen afterglow
Explore Brighton’s local nature reserves. Join scenic hikes through wide-open fields, rolling hills and remote woodlands. Practice yoga with a panoramic view of Brighton’s famous coastline or walk through cute little forest tracks – all wrapped up into a day of hiking, wellness and nature. This trip is the perfect daybreak for locals and the ideal way to start your holidays in Brighton.
BrightonYoga brings together the spirit of Brighton (Never Normal), yoga, wellness, and nature. All trips and classes are suitable for all levels and very beginner-friendly.