"Weekly outdoor yoga classes kick off on Friday 20th July and will continue over the summer. All abilities are welcome to the Friday classes, taking place between 8.30am and 9.30am.
Yoga For The People, founded by Josephine McGrail, who has run her not for profit yoga classes at a venues such as Shoreditch House and Yotopia in Covent Garden for the last four years, will take place in the square outside Hornsey Town Hall in Crouch End.
Attendees are invited to make a suggested donation of £10 for the class, with all money going towards local arts charity Haringey Young Musicians helping to support the next generation of music talent."
Of the outdoor yoga Piers says
"Piers Read, managing partner of The Time + Space Co, says: “Yoga for The People is a unique studio with the goal of recapturing what we consider to be the essence of Yoga – everybody, anybody, anywhere.
“We know how concerned people have been about the future of the town hall square. We hope such community oriented events underline our direction of travel. We want to reassure people the green is safe guarded and will be used for multiple cultural events in the future. These will include arts and craft fairs with festivals and exhibitions, including open air cinema and street food markets all of which are designed to welcome local people, in ways that promote creativity and celebrate the multi-cultural communities in Haringey.”
Which is my picture exactly - I often see the man doing yoga on the upper deck of the Clapham omnibus. And will Piers actually achieve a street food market? Incorporating the salute to locally sourced pork pie.