SENIORS have proved you are never too old to try new things, by undertaking a class in yoga.

Members of Slough Seniors attended an event held on International Yoga Day at the Chalvey Community Centre.

Caroline Chatterson, who teaches yoga out of the Harmony Studio in Windsor, got the attendees involved in an hour of chair yoga and relaxation techniques. This was followed by Twinkle Patel from Specsavers, Slough, who gave a talk on eye health and care.

Afterwards, a buffet lunch was put on for all those that attended. The event was attended and supported by the mayor of Slough, Paul Sohal.

A Slough Seniors volunteer, Dominic Hatcher, said: “It went really well, we had 65 people there in total. It was all about bringing together the older Asian community in Slough, and get them relaxed and exercising.

“They all got eye-care goodie bags, and they all enjoyed themselves and had a good time.”

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