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Girls Run the World Run to Yoga on the Downs (5/7 GRTW Adventure Series)
Tue 6 June 2017, 19:00 – 20:30 BST
Please note, this is part of our Girls Run the World Adventure Series of which there are seven events. Our charge is a one-off admin fee which gives you access to ALL of the Event Series and the Girls Run the World Race Series. Once you have paid this fee once, you can book the other events using the free ticket option.
Nothing feels as good as yoga after a run. Now imagine that combined with spectacular scenery and being in the middle of nowhere as the sun goes down? Join us for this short trail run to the Chatri on the downs for a spectacular sunset yoga session suitable for all levels.
You will need to bring your own mat and ensure you have layers to put on in case it’s breezy. Please note, if the weather is bad we will do the run but cancel the yoga.
March 28th Sunset Trail Run, 7pm-8pm, Devil's Dyke
April 18th, Easter Bunny Sunset Hunt, 7.15-8.15pm, Stanmer Park
May 9th, Chase the Hare Challenge, 7-8.15pm, Ditchling Beacon**
June 7th Run to Yoga on the Downs, 7pm, The Chatri
June 27th, Urban Adventure Race, 7-9pm, The Level, Brighton
July 25th, Run, Yoga, Swim, 7-8.30pm, Rottingdean Village
(**this event is also part of Girls Run the World Race Series, details to be released soon)
What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Free Car Parking by the roundabout on A27 just by Braypool Lane
What can I bring into the event?
Dress appropriately for the weather conditions. Please also bring a head torch if you have one, a yoga mat and were layers. Cake for after is optional but appreciated. Please note, if the weather is bad we will do the run but cancel the yoga. and yes, you will have to run with your yoga mat!
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
What's the refund policy?
We have a no-refund policy. But if you wish to cancel your place on any of the events after paying your Adventure Series fee, we would appreciate this in order to help us keep on top of the numbers of runners attending.