Yoga for anxiety and depression - Wednesdays

Yoga for anxiety and depression - Wednesdays

SKU: 07022018

6 week course

Wednesday evening course

Dates: 7 Feb - 14 March 2018

Time: 7.30pm - 9pm

Venue: Manchester Yoga Central, Victoria Warehouse, Trafford Wharf Road, Manchester M17 1AB

Included: manual, videos, audio, equipment, refreshments

  • BOOKING FEES - PLEASE READ

    Please note there is a £2.20 charge for booking via paypal for 6 week courses. To avoid the charge you can make a transfer of £50 or £60 to S Wrenshaw sort code 089300 account number 20109651 (no fee) please email info@yogatherapymanchester.com once complete.

  • REFUND & CANCELLATION POLICY

    Booking is only confirmed once payment has been made.

    No refunds or transfers. Why? We only sell 12 places per course, we do not overbook to allow for cancellations. The course is sustainable by booking 12 people. We want to keep running these courses for you.

£50.00Price
Full price / concession
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