3 reasons why you need to be at Barefoot Birmingham’s 5th Birthday Open House

Can you believe it?! Barefoot is 5! Above pic from our very first Open Day back in 2012… and this is your invitation to our 5th Birthday Open House on Sat 11 Nov, 10am-2pm.
Barefoot was created with the mission of making yoga available to the whole community – young, old, bendy or stiff.
We keep our classes fresh and make sure you’re looked after at every step of your yoga journey with us. We’ve grown our team of fun, friendly teachers and Front Deskers that you know and love. We’ve met so many of you wild and wonderful people, each with their own unique story to celebrate.
So we’d love for you to come celebrate with us. Bring as many friends as you like and Save the date – Sat 11 Nov! A day of yoga, meditation, therapy tasters, self-development talks and yummy snacks.

Classes are free but any donation you’re able to make will go direct to homelessness charity, Let’s Feed Brum.

We’ve got a whole morning of wellbeing and healthy fun times planned, so come join us for some yummy free snacks, drink, and yoga (maybe not in that order). There will be a birthday notice board in studio with updates to the agenda – keep your eyes peeled!

1. Free yoga! Check out the free yoga class schedule here.

2. The Great Barefoot Bake-off
If you live in Harborne and you’ve ever had a birthday, it’s likely you’ve had a Homemade in Harborne masterpiece. Kellie Wacogne makes these gorgeous treaties from her family kitchen, and she’ll be judging the first ever Barefoot Bake-off. There’s going to be some seriously yummy cake competing for the top prize – so get those cake-baking ideas going. More deets to follow.

3. Love TEDtalks? So do we. Check out these great sessions on psychological wellbeing with Barefoot’s resident psychologists, Think Psychology. Limited spaces available, so book now!

10am Taking Another Look at Mindfulness
11am The Power of Acceptance
12pm Working Out What Matters to You
1pm Five Steps to Psychological Wellbeing
2pm What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)?