Caring In Bristol Fundraiser - 27th January 2019

Humble Warriors returned with a bang in 2019 for it's second event in aid of local charity Caring in Bristol.

This year we once again opened the doors to some of Bristol finest and put them very much in the driving seat, what our facilitators shared was as much of a surprise to us as it was to you.

Antonia May Cross and Marianna Swift from Caring In Bristol set the tone for the day by sharing statistics on our city's most vulnerable and how important educating ourselves on the matter is as important as fundraising. For more information take a look at CIB's informative website below:

Pip Roberts kicked off our yoga practice with her sloth style yin flow before Bristol City Yoga powerhouse Eleanor Coates gave us an insight into her constantly evolving knowledge of her Ashtanga practice.

Dan Peppiatt from Yoga Like Water training school got us questioning the foundations of what constitutes a yoga practice by guiding us through all things unfamiliar within a movement practice before a thought provoking meditation.

Fuelled up after lunch, yin queen Jess Wolff shifted the pace and teed us up for a second half dedicated to life in the slow lane, Kitty Billings collaborating with Andrew Ford brining the afternoon to a close with a sweet sonic meditation.

Not forgetting our sponsors and donators to our mega raffle which all contributed to the final donation for Caring In Bristol: City Zen Bristol, Liforme, Pukka Tea, She's Lost Control, Yogi Bare, WaterShed, Sunshine for Breakfast, and of course our excellent massage therapists offering donation based treatments throughout the event Eric Ho, Will Dukes and Eleanor Coates.

See you next year with a fresh set of teachers for Humble Wariors 2020 - Sunday January 26th.