£40: 90 minutes yoga class, sharing table multi course brunch
Join us for a series of Wild Yoga Brunches with Kitchen & Soul and yoga teacher Rita Cox (Power Your Yoga) in collaboration with Katy Brill founder of the Wild Strawberry Café.
Enjoy a focused practice in the gorgeous setting of Peterley Manor Farm amongst the wild flowers and green fields. You will then move to the Herb House, the brand new customised greenhouse that has been transformed into a beautiful space of nature, for a sharing table brunch that will bring to life the themes of your practice through seasonal produce and colours. Each brunch will have a nutritional focus the inspiration taken from the chakras.
Rita Cox is a Hot Power Yoga teacher who gained her RYT200hr teaching certificate in 2015 with Hot Power Yoga Clapham facilitated by Dylan Ayaloo. Since then she has been experimenting with different yoga styles that led her to the playful Acro Yoga which blends the wisdom of yoga with a high level of creativity, acrobatic skills and the art of Thai massage. Rita gained her Acro Yoga Teacher Training in Mexico, in 2017.
She is passionate about expanding her knowledge and deepening her practice to develop and offer versatile classes and style of teaching. This year will see her work towards both her Rocket and Yin qualifications.
Rita’s flows are usually dynamic and uplifting however slowing down and immersing into the pose is as equally as important. She likes to say that her class is an “adult playground” where her students can be as free as they want. She is a regular teacher at many studios across Buckinghamshire and Surrey.
The Brill family have run Peterley Manor Farm since the early 1980s. A horticultural enterprise, it all began with the home-grown fruit and vegetables cultivated on site, originally sold at the farm gate. It has developed over the years to work with a huge number of local producers now stocked in the sizeable Farm Shop. Katy Brill was undoubtedly influenced by her childhood on the farm, and fell into a job working as a freelance chef, cooking for private clients all over the world. In 2014 she returned to the family farm to open the Wild Strawberry Cafe. Initially opened as a pop-up operating out of a Mongolian yurt set in the farm fields, it has now become an established part of Peterley and the community, remaining open 10 months of year. The ever-evolving menu is very much a product of it’s surroundings and has seasonality and local produce at the heart of it's ethos.