The class will be led by pilates teacher Harry Parkes, who explains: ‘While there is plenty of fun to be had, Pilates has many benefits including improving posture, movement quality, mobility, flexibility, mental cognition and core strength.’
Little pigs will be free to roam around during the session, so guests should be ready for curious piglets to stroll over for snuggles.
A £35 ticket gets you 50 minutes of Piggy Pilates in the farmyard (don’t worry, there’s an undercover area if it rains), coffee and breakfast, time with piglets, and admission to the farm for the rest of the day if you fancy hanging out in the countryside.
The first session will take place on Sunday 12 May at 9am, and tickets are available to book now. If you can’t make that class, there will be more Piggy Pilates planned for Sunday 30 June, 21 July, 11 August, and 8 September.
Do enjoy, and make sure to get at least one Instagram pic of yourself doing an impressive pilates pose while a pig poses for the camera.
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