Yoga Brunch Club x Tsukemono @TheForge, Bristol, Sunday 28 January 2018

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Yoga Brunch Club x Tsukemono @TheForge, Bristol, Sunday 28 January 2018

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  • Sunday 28 January 2017
  • 10.30 AM - 1.30PM
  • The Forge, Colston Yard, Bristol, BS1 5BD
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Yoga Brunch Club and Tsukemono are partnering up to welcome in the New Year with a relaxing morning of yoga and great food at the beautiful space at The Forge in Bristol.

Enjoy a energising vinyasa flow yoga session led by Clem Balfour, Yoga Brunch Club founder.  Post yoga guests will tuck into a 3-course nourishing winter feast cooked up by Iris Hable and Adam Hartshorne founders of Tsukemono. After learning to cook the dishes they loved when visiting Japan, but struggled to find here they opened up their now hugely popular street food stall.  With recent sell-out pop up's at the Volunteer Tavern and highly acclaimed reviews in the Bristol Post and Bristol 24/7, their food speaks for itself.

The Yoga Brunch Club was founded by Clem Balfour in 2014. The idea came from a combination of her great passions yoga and food, on a mission to make yoga more accessible the Yoga Brunch Club was launched.

This will be an all levels vinyasa flow class. Beginners are welcomed and encouraged, and for the more advanced yogis there will always be options to deepen any pose.


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TSUKEMONO is Adam and Iris. After meeting on a beach in Cambodia and instantly found a connection with Japan; comparing notes on favourite films, artists and, of course, food. Determined to recreate the tastes they both found in Japan, but couldn't find back home they decided to set up their own street food business. Five years later, with a notebook full of recipes, they settled in Bristol. TSUKEMONO is the natural conclusion of the journey.

Tsukemono means “pickled things”. Pickles are a staple of Japanese cuisine that round out the flavour profile of any dish. All the food is served with a choice of pickles. 

"We aim to show you the world of Japanese street food beyond sushi and ramen -  classic Japanese dishes with a modern sensibility." Iris & Adam


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CLEM BALFOUR is an adventurous  fun, open Yogini who found Yoga over a decade ago.

Clem teaches an ever-changing sequence inspired by vinyasa flow (aligning breath and movement), which allows her to respond to the energy in the room. Her classes are often set to a uplifting playlist, combining elements of Yin and Yang, to help balance out your energy and allow you to experience the effects of Yoga for your body and your mind.

As a passionate foodie Clem, launched the Yoga Brunch Club in 2014. Running as popular monthly events in London and Bristol combining a delicious mix of relaxing yoga followed by nourishing food. With past collaborations with Liberty London, The Guardian and The Soil Association and Wilderness Festival. The aim is to create a space for people to relax and not take themselves too seriously, even if you are a total beginner or have been practicing for years.


Please bring your yoga mat if you have one. A limited number of mats are available to reserve, which you can do when booking. Please give details of any allergies when booking.

Please note tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.