Sunday Morning Yoga At The Beautiful Osterley House: Isleworth

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Date(s) - 08/09/2019
9:15 am - 10:15 am

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Robert Adam Entrance Hall Osterley House

Categories: Green London Outside Relaxation What's On Yoga
Event Tags: Isleworth West London

Experience Osterley House from a different perspective with our yoga sessions every Sunday morning.

Set within the magnificent Robert Adam Entrance Hall at Osterley House, these sessions run by our partners from The House of Yoga, will cater to all abilities and take you through a wide range of movements and exercises.

Organised by The National Trust & The House of Yoga

Suitability: Children are not permitted.Unfortunately dogs are not welcome at this event.

Meeting point: Meet at the front doors on the portico of Osterley House to access the Entrance Hall.

What to bring and wear: Please dress warmly as the house can sometimes be extremely cold. We also recommend you bring your own yoga mat and face cloth. Some yoga mats are provided if you cannot bring your own.

Accessibility: There are several steps up to the front of the house, please ask a member of staff if you require assistance.

Price £7.00

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About Osterley House

Osterley Park is a large park and one of the largest open spaces in London. In its grounds, there is a large mansion which is often referred to as ‘Osterley House’. The park lies between Osterley, Isleworth; Heston,Norwood Green, Southall, Hanwell, Ealing and Brentford, in the London Boroughs of Hounslow and Ealing. It is operated by the National trust

When the house was built it was surrounded by countryside. It was one of a group of large houses close to London which served as country retreats for wealthy families. Other surviving country retreats of this type near London include Syon House and Chiswick House. The park is one of the largest open spaces in west London, although the M4 motorway cuts across the middle of it.