Yoga Move & Melt

In Move & Melt yoga we take our time to move with the breath, stretch the body and arrive at deep rest. We allow the mind to slow down and the body to merge with the breath as we invite restoration. Working with the wisdom of our vital breath and neuro-myofascia, we release tensions from deep within and seek fresh balance and stillness.

Move & Melt is about being who we are right now, and inviting a sense of peace and wholeness in the present moment.

This gentle and restorative practice is open to all and is especially suited for those who can get frazzled or burned out sometimes, or who wrestle with Jedi tendencies…

Move & Melt takes place in the beautiful, welcoming space of the Zed Shed, Jubilee Wharf, Penryn. You’re welcome to drop in to this class or get in touch to book your place in advance.

Yoga with Chloë is a brilliant way to relax whilst stretching those muscles that I always seem to neglect! She makes options for all capabilities and creates a great zen environment to practice in. Thank you Chloë, I look forward to our sessions all week.

Liz, Diver, Falmouth
Where & When?

Move & Melt is on Sundays from 5pm – 6.15pm at The Zed Shed, Penryn. The Zed Shed is a beautiful space that is warm, bright and welcoming. You can attend in person or follow along live on Zoom.

What to bring

Just come as you are, bringing a yoga mat if you have one. Let me know if you haven’t got a yoga mat and I’ll bring one along for you to borrow. All additional props are provided, but if you’d like to bring your own eye pillow, bolster or blankets please feel free!

Cost etc.

In person classes at The Zed Shed are £8.50 each, or you can get a four class pass for £30 (£7.50 per class).

Join us on Zoom for £6 per class or £20 for four (£5 per class).

Pay on the day at class (cash, card or mobile) or in advance via a secure payment link pinged over to your mobile or email. Please get in touch to book your space and receive your payment link. Easy!

Please note, Gift places are always available. Please don’t hesitate to ask.

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