Join us for an afternoon retreat of yoga & well-being activities on Sunday 17th May from 12pm - 4pm. Enjoy this line-up of first class yoga teachers from across Scotland. The afternoon will run from 12 noon until 4 pm with the following -


  • Opening words with Dr Marie Short MBE
  • Pranayama with Jennifer Hebenton
  • Face yoga with Karen Gider, Yoga Scotland
  • Hatha Yoga with Lindsey Porter, Yoga Nu U
  • Chair Yoga with Sarah - Alexandra Teodorescu
  • Forrest Yoga - outdoors (weather permitting) with Katie Boyle
  • Relaxation - outdoors (weather permitting) with Katie Boyle
  • Kirtan Yoga (Mantras with Music) with yoga Scotland
  • Raffle and complementary goody bags including Neal's Yard Remedies


Free access to visit St Mungo Museum which displays some really interesting artifacts from around the world


Investment for the full event is £25 and can be paid using the form at the bottom of this page. Once you register Linda from our fundraising team will be in touch to say hello and offer additional information. We are here to advise you so if you have any questions just let her know. We have limited places available, so, book early to avoid disappointment.


After registration you will receive a Fundraising Welcome Letter with the event details.


If there is anything else you need, please get in touch with Linda on 0141 848 0308 or by emailing

Key Information

  • Sunday 17th May
  • 12pm - 4pm
  • St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
  • Investment for the full event is £25
  • Email for more information!

Getting there

There are a few train stations on the High street or a 10 min walk from Queen Street and bus route. On street parking is available around the venue.


St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art
2 Castle Street
G4 0RH

The Day

Yoga HD will take place from 12 Noon until 4pm.  There will be a range of yoga activities from outdoor yoga, chair and face yoga, pranayama, Meditation, Kirtan music. You have the opportunity to try a range of yoga well-being activities.  Option to use museum café or BYO lunch to eat in the Japanese Zen Garden or outside seated areas.  Afterwards, you have free access to St Mungo Museum.