Hen Party Yoga
A fun and unforgettable bonding experience
Yoga Hen Do’s with a difference
Hen Party Yoga Activities & Classes in Bath Bristol and the South West.
Do you feel stressed and overwhelmed with planning your hen party? Are you looking for a fun, engaging and healthy activity that will give you amazing long lasting memories?
Our Hen Party Yoga packages offer you and your group a unique and unforgettable experience that will leave everyone feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. It’s the perfect way to have fun or relax and unwind with your friends during your hen party.
If you want a wholesome hen do event that will be memorable, check out our range of classes from Zen Hen, partner Yoga and laughter Yoga.
Last minute hen party bookings in February and March 2023
Fun Yoga, Laughter, Relax or Detox?
Get energised or chill out with our mix of different options.
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About Hen Party Yoga
Yoga Bath offers a unique experience to make the bride-to-be’s hen do weekend a truly memorable experience, from zen hen to fun lively hen. Hen Party Yoga Activities & Classes in Bath Bristol and the Cotswolds are created by Sandhya and her team. Sandhya was born in Bath and has been a Yoga teacher since 2013. From laughter games, fun partner yoga, chilled hen, zen hen, meditation and relaxation to a traditional yoga class.
Chloe enjoyed a mixed style class
“We all enjoyed the mix of fun laughter and some yoga moves taught by our Yoga instructor. The meditation at the end was so lovely after a boozy hen night the night before we all throughly enjoyed it and lovely way to end the workshop at our accommodation in Westbury. It was fabulous 5 Stars!”
Know your audience & their budget
Remember who is coming to the hen party weekend and what their budget is. Its a good idea to have options so Hens can join in some activities and out of others.
Sarah loved the Partner Yoga
“The hen party yoga session was great fun. We did paired yoga outside, which was good for breaking the ice, and something a bit different/new to everyone.”