Yoga is the journey of the self, to the self, through the self.
How have your resolutions gone this year? I think we left ours in the gin garden a couple weeks ago, if you see them don’t bother handing them in. If it was to be healthier, reach an inner calm and and be mindful rather than have your mind full, the news of a yoga studio with a veggie and vegan kitchen opening might be the best you’ve heard all year. Louise Fitzsimmons, the guru behind White Wolf Yoga, is about to swap her dreams for reality as she embarks on her mission to get people into yoga and eating healthy. Louise has released a few exclusive snaps of the look of the place and we’re in love at first sight. Bright and beautiful with the perfect mix of natural and artificial light.
If you’ve been following her journey, it really has been so lovely to see. The building has been restored and renovated with her own fair hands the help of a few friends, including Beccy Weights, the restaurant manager. From start to finish, the whole project has been a real labour of love and the transformation has been remarkable. As well as the yoga side of things, there’s also a veggie and vegan kitchen to cater for the growing community in Liverpool. It will serve a variety of quality, nutrition-rich salads, sandwiches, soups and juices; available to have in or take-away. The building is on Cook Street in the centre of town and we implore you to visit.
We caught up with Louise:
“The idea of owning a studio was a distant dream when I first started teaching at Camp and Furnace, but as the months went by I was able to gauge the demand for the classes and build a good foundation of clients and friends. Once I knew the demand was there I really started thinking about the possibility of one day opening my own studio and health food cafe. I kept an eye on the property market, checking out what spaces were available round town – just in case! After a while, the more I thought about it and spoke to people about my ambitions, the more I felt the dream was possible and I decided to just go for it. Now the move feels like a natural progression and I can’t wait to have a dedicated studio, offer more yoga classes and launch White Wolf Kitchen.”
We’ll see you there.
Address: 14 Cook Street, L2 9QU