UK hotel launches yoga with lemurs for its guests

 Wednesday, April 3, 2019 


A popular UK hotel has launched “lemoga” classes for its guests by roping in lemurs to teach them the poses of yoga, the ancient Indian practice.



The lemurs are primates who are pretty friendly and outgoing and they have been enlisted by a Lake District hotel and spa, which is offering “lemoga” classes, according to the news media report.



Armathwaite Hall and Spa, near Keswick, in Cumbria has launched the sessions as one of its “meet the wildlife” wellness activities.



Carolyn Graves, owner of Armathwaite Hall, as a wellness destination, we’re used to providing our guests with outdoor experiences which help relieve the symptoms of city living such as stress, sleep and pollution.



Lemoga offers the guests the chance to feel at one with nature, at the same time joining in with the lemurs’ play time. Richard Robinson, manager of the adjoining wildlife park, said lemurs are ideal partners.



Robinson said that to watch lemurs they do some form of the poses naturally – that typical pose warming their bellies in the sunshine.



The guests are encouraged to practice their poses alongside the hotel and spa’s troupe of ring-tailed lemurs, in sessions named lemoga.



























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