The Station Master's Centre

Sourcing for the senses to nourish body and soul

COVID 19 UPDATE



The Station Masters Garden is now open.


The Yoga Station remains open. Please look at our timetable for the classes available. Next check individual teachers pages for their contact details. Each teacher will be doing a risk assessment for their class to ensure that you are safe. Please check with them for the details of how many students will be in their class. You will still need to bring your own equipment, check with your teacher what they would like you to bring. Our guidelines to the Yoga Station teachers are;-


The Yoga Station COVID 19 guidelines July 2021


Teachers;- Will you pre book your class or allow ‘drop in’ classes?

Students;- must bring all of your own equipment. The Yoga Station will not be providing any.

The teacher to risk access for the number of clients. YS will leave 2m mat spacing markers in place.

We expect the teacher of a class to have the contact details for the students in their class. The YS will not be collecting contact details from 19th July.

We request that students wear a mask until in the Yoga Station studio when they may be removed.

Students should keep all of their belongings with them in the Yoga Station studio.

Hand sanitiser will be provided and wipes for mats.

At the end of the class students will be asked to leave by the double doors in the Yoga Studio taking all of their belongings with them.

Please leave the double doors open for at least 5-10 minutes to allow the air to circulate through the studio.

The Yoga Station will ensure that the floor and surfaces are cleaned between each class.

You must not attend if you have any symptoms of COVID, temperature, cough altered sense of smell, if you have a +ve COVID test in the last 2 weeks, or live or work with someone who has tested COVID + in the last 2 weeks.



STAY SAFE.

The Station Master's Centre integrates many elements of what it is to live well - community, good food, fun, music, art, holistic health, creativity. It is based in the heritage listed metro station in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear, UK.

The Station Masters Community Wildlife Garden begins the journey of sourcing for the senses. It is a space designed for inclusion. There are accessible raised beds for food demonstration and growing, children friendly beds and wild spaces for natural play, events areas and sites for biodiversity. It provides opportunities and openings for all ages to keep active and connected.

The Yoga Station is about yoga for everybody, but with a difference. We value the evidence of what works, and seek to include those who may need more support to enjoy the benefits of yoga. All our teachers meet professional quality criteria, and have personal qualities make others feel special and supported. The profits from The Yoga Station help support events in the garden.

The Green Beans Market is a volunteer led enterprise that supports up-cycling, thinking, doing - all with a creative focus. Profits from the market support the Station Master's Centre, Garden and other community led creative initiatives that benefit the health and well-being of the people of North Tyneside.

The Lamp Light Studio joins together a community focused sound and video recording space, with a 'food hub' where we run flavour masterclasses, community food events and help those who have 'altered eating' difficulties when food has lost its joy.

The Station Master's projects are supported by Nexus, the Tyne and Wear Transport Authority. And you can reach us by metro! We are at the Whitley Bay Metro Station.

Collectively, the Station Master's Centre are working locally to find creative solutions that nourish, give pleasure and tread lightly on the planet.

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