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The bendy superstars at the Freestyle Yoga Project (www.freestyleyogaproject.com) have kindly let us use their space in Tunbridge Wells to bring you two screenings of The Way on the 22nd November at 6.45pm and the 24th November at 2.15pm.
The Way (2011) is a film about one father's journey along the Camino de Santiago in order to complete the journey that his estranged late son was determined to do himself. The emotional and inspirational drama has many moments of hope which act at beacons of light on a journey of life which is often overwhelming and ever-changing. Tom, the parent, soon discovers that he is far from alone on the Way of St James and he learn why so many thousands of people hold this spiritual and physical journey so dear to their hearts.
See here for more info: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1441912/
Before the film starts, our Annie and Di Soames will be giving information about our 2018 Camino de Santiago charity challenges to raise money for charity Dogs for Good who train puppies to support children with autism. There will be a Q&A opportunity and then we will get the film started!
Please register by emailing the Freestyle Yoga Project at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject header 'The Way Film Screening' and turn up 6.45pm. If you would kindly donate £3 for the film screening at the event we would be over the moon!
The Freestyle Yoga Project is an exciting project based in Tunbridge Wells. It's a 21st century approach to dynamic yoga & movement. FYP believe you should work in different ways ALL the time. Many people go to them wanting to ease stiff bodies, find more flexibility in over worked limbs which yoga can be extremely useful for. However, budding yogis may find that the Freestyle Yoga Project think firmly outside the box.
Their take on yoga is unique as probably unlike anything you’ve come across before. An all-round form of physical exercise, which is sure to be a challenge of the best kind. From locomotion work to pole work, handstands, hanging from bars, jumping, crawling & rolling! Or you can simply focus on relaxation and breathing for an hour. The Freestyle Yoga project aims to get you to try something new and to find out what's right for you.