Online Activitites

During the extended lockdown, many of our regular instructors have taken activities online. Here is how you can get involved. 


Wellbeing Tuesdays:

We filmed one session of each of our Wellbeing Tuesday classes. Gaynor has since began uploading a new yoga class per week and Charlotte has filmed a second chairobics class. They can all be found on our youtube channel here


Life Drawing with Sac32 (18+ only)

Join us for our monthly virtual life drawing class! Live on Zoom for a session with our life model, directed and instructed by SAC32's Lisa Heanley. Bring your own materials and wine and get ready to take your monthly life drawing session digital.

18+ only

More information and tickets here


Yoga with Richard Fowler:

Richard has a range of classes available for low cost. the timetable is as follows:


  • Mondays, 7-8pm: Hatha Yoga & Pranayama
  • Tuesdays, 7.30-8.30am: Morning Vinyasa
  • Tuesdays, 6-7pm: Hatha Yoga & Pranayama
  • Wednesdays, 7-8pm: Hatha Yoga & Pranayama
  • Thursdays, 7.30-8.30am: Morning Vinyasa
  • Thursdays, 6-7pm: Hatha Yoga & Pranayama
  • Fridays, 7-8pm: Hatha Yoga & Pranayama

Please E-mail Richard for further information: 


Pregnancy/ Mum and Baby Yoga with Helen:

Pregnancy yoga: 1 hour classes. 6.30pm - 7.30pm on Tuesday evenings & 10am -11am on Saturday mornings.

Mum and Baby yoga: 45 min - 1 hour  classes. 10.30am - 11.30am on Tuesday mornings & 2pm - 3pm on Thursday afternoons.


Yoga with Emma:

Live - streaming Family and Children's Yoga ,Sports Yoga, Sivananda Yoga
Or one - to- one sessions online

Contact Emma at:
0772 304 1727


Stretford Singers:

Facebook group : 
While we are unable to meet at the Hall, Stretford Singers is going digital! Join the Stretford Singers Facebook group for more information. Session take place every two weeks. 


Digital Buddies 

Digital Buddies is a new ‘social connection’ and support project in Salford and part of our COVID-19 response. It helps people who are struggling to use their phone or tablet to communicate well. It helps them stay connected with family and friends. It helps them to get the information they need.

It does this by linking them with trained young people who provide remote one-to-one support to help them solve their particular digital skills challenges.

More information here


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