Yoga Brunch Club x Tsukemono @TheForge, Bristol, Saturday 19th January 2019

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Yoga Brunch Club x Tsukemono @TheForge, Bristol, Saturday 19th January 2019

from 46.00
  • Saturday 19th January 2019

  • 10.30AM - 1.30PM

  • The Forge, Colston Yard, Bristol, BS1 5BD

  • Tickets include: 75mins Yoga, 3-course brunch, New Year Goodie Bag

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Clem Balfour founder of Yoga Brunch Club together with Iris and Adam owners of Tsukemono invite you to join to welcome in the new year the calming and beautiful space at The Forge.

Enjoy a relaxing and energising morning yoga session led by Clem Balfour. Clem’s classes are creative, playful and dynamic, teaching with a wonderful infectious energy. After yoga we will sit down for 3-course wholesome winter feast prepared 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, Robin Hood, and highly acclaimed reviews in the Bristol Post and Bristol 24/7, their food speaks for itself. After our sell-out collaborations last year I am so pleased to be collaborating with Adam and Iris again

The Yoga Brunch Club was founded by Clem Balfour over four years ago. 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. These run monthly in London and Bristol, with a few Yoga Supper Club's and retreats also added into the mix.

This will be an all levels yin and yang class. Beginners are welcomed and encouraged, and for the more advanced yogis there will always be options to deepen any pose. Expect a relaxing and nourishing morning, which is going to set you up for the rest of the day.

Ticket includes:

  • 75mins Yoga

  • 3-course brunch

  • Goodie Bag


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TSUKEMONO is Adam and Iris. We met on a beach in Cambodia and instantly started talking about Japan; comparing notes on favourite films, artists and, of course, food. Determined to recreate the tastes we both found in Japan, we taught ourselves to cook all the dishes we couldn’t find back home. Five years later, with a notebook full of recipes, we’ve settled in Bristol. At the moment, there doesn’t seem to be a better place to start a street food business. TSUKEMONO is the natural conclusion of our journey.

WHAT DOES TSUKEMONO MEAN?
Tsukemono means “pickled things”. Pickles are a staple of Japanese cuisine that round out the flavour profile of any dish. All our food is served with a choice of pickles. Our logo is based on the shape of a pickled lotus root or renkon. 

Read the Yoga Supper Club x Tsukemono Crumbs article here.


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CLEM BALFOUR

Clem is an adventurous, fun teacher drawing on her experience after finding yoga over a decade ago, to teach uplifting classes.

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 modern 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.

Founder of the Yoga Brunch Club, she is on a mission to break down barriers and make yoga more accessible for everyone. The events and retreats are designed to give you the opportunity to pause, breathe, stretch, eat and connect with a new group of people who share similar interests.  Combining open level, energising yoga sessions with great food in beautiful surroundings. What more could you want?

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What people are saying:

'“Thank you for a beautiful yoga session yesterday,I loved how you made the yoga class so assessable to everyone. The food was delicious, the wild flowers, candles and little touches of essential oils and incense were just magical.”- Gina

"I’d never been to a yoga brunch club before but I’d seriously recommend it: a beautiful venue, a wonderful, energising and playful yoga class followed by a delicious three course brunch." @SlightlyPeckish

"If only all Sunday's started like this.  Vinyasa flow with Clem with a divine brunch". @brionyphi1

"I am the least bendy person, but this morning I went to yoga brunch club and I spent an hour moving my body and it felt SO GOOD. After yoga we had the most incredible brunch - in the spirit of the day, I tired everything". -@saspetherick

"This event was so good. Definitely not a regular to yoga, I still found the class manageable and enjoyable. Loved the music during the session too. Found the space to be such a nice location to spend a Sunday afternoon.. and the food well that was amazing, I want the recipes to everything. Recommended it to a friend within 30mins of leaving." - Sophie

Read Crumbs Magazine write up on the last event (p47) here.


Yoga mats and props are provided.

Please give details of any allergies when booking, the menu served on the day will be vegetarian.

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