A NIGHTCLUB means welcoming new sessions of “sober yoga” early in the morning.
Pryzm in West Street, Brighton, known for its big and popular club nights, will launch its yoga and dance nights on Friday 1 October.
Classes will be led by local health and fitness experts and will take place on a monthly basis.
Gemma West, Sales and Events Manager at Pryzm Brighton, said: “We are very excited about this new business which has two amazing dance and yoga teachers and a focus on wellness and a state of positive spirit.
“We wanted to do this following the huge impact the pandemic has had on people’s mental health. With more and more people returning to work after their leave, we think this will be a great way to start the day. Everyone is welcome.”
Dance and fitness presenter Charlie Chazel will host some of the classes.
Charlie, who was born in France and now lives in Brighton, says the idea was inspired by a similar early morning party she attended in Paris.
She said, “This is not your normal fitness and dance class. It’s new and exciting! It is inclusive and easy to follow.
“Accompanied by a DJ, I’ll lead the band in an exhilarating dance party that’s all about letting go, having fun and feeling good.
“Pryzm is the perfect place, providing a large space where we can create the right atmosphere and energy for a wellness community.
“We hope that a strong turnout will impact as many people as possible. This is my goal, to have an impact through joy.
Lisa Cuerden, a Brighton-based yoga instructor who has taught in Los Angeles, Bali and India, says she is “thrilled” to be part of the project.
She said: “People have struggled during the pandemic and have lost confidence in being alone and at home.
“We want to give them back this link, to themselves and to others, and to help them regain their self-confidence.
“No previous yoga experience is necessary.”
Yoga Dance Party events will take place in the main hall of Pryzm on the first Friday of the month.
For prices and booking details go to www.tickettailor.com/events/ydpatdawn
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This notice was published: 2021-09-07 04:00:00