Radiant Yoga Marbella open day

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RADIANT YOGA Marbella, the most innovative dedicated yoga studio in Marbella is entering its fourth year of operation with a host of exciting news and offers starting with an Open Day on Saturday, 3rd June 2017.

At the inspirational Open Day Radiant’s devotees and newcomers alike will be welcomed with open arms and can sample an exciting array of yoga styles including Rocket Ashtanga, Yin Yang Yoga, Aerial Yoga and Hot Strala Yoga – all classes free of charge.

Guests will be able to breathe in the serene and energizing ambience of the recently revamped yoga studio, shop for beautiful yoga clothing and enjoy a selection of healthy and appetizing Ayurveda-inspired food and drink served throughout the day.

The Radiant Yoga Marbella Open Day will be holding the launch and a reading of spiritual book, The Light, A Book of Knowing, along with a powerful sound bath Gong Meditation. The event will also be raising money for the David Toms Support Fund. For full details of Radiant Yoga Marbella’s Open Day, see the programme on the FB page Radiant Yoga Marbella and remember to call or email to reserve your space on the yoga mat.

Importantly, throughout June, Radiant Yoga Marbella is honouring their first three years of success and celebrating moving up a notch by offering discounts on the cost of yoga classes.

A monthly card of unlimited yoga classes is reduced from 125€ to 100€. Throughout the month of June all class cards – including the 5 and 10 Class Cards will be offered at generous discounts, giving new and existing yoga students the chance to sample Radiant Yoga Marbella’s classes for less.

The studio has consolidated its reputation as a yoga centre of excellence with regular classes in such disciplines as Rocket Ashtanga, Ying Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Mindfulness Meditation, Vinyasa Yoga, Kids Yoga and Body Therapy, along with a plethora of specialized workshops and yoga-related talks. “We are proud to be considered one of the most exciting yoga studios around,” comments founding yoga teacher, Lori Sjollema.

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