POSTPONED - Yoga in the Garden

Cruickshank Gardens

Sunday 19 September 2021 at 2pm - 3pm

POSTPONED - Yoga in the Garden

 

 

Please note, due to bad weather, this event has been postponed. For those who have signed up to attend, please keep an eye on your emails for more information. 

Looking for the perfect opportunity to chill out and enjoy some nature? We have teamed up with the Yoga Society to give you “Yoga in the Garden”.  

Taking place in the Cruickshank Gardens, this event will feature a gentle 1 hour yoga class (suitable for beginners), followed by a hot drink (supplied by Union Brew) and the opportunity to chat to fellow event attendees.  

 

Event Information:  

  • Ticket (£2) includes 1 hour yoga session & 1 hot drink 
  • We ask all attendees to please wear appropriate, comfortable and warm clothing  
  • If you have a yoga mat, please bring it with you. We have a limited number of yoga mats available. If you require a mat, please email yoga@ausa.org.uk  
  • Please enter Cruickshank Gardens from main gate entrance on the Chanonry road. Here our volunteers will guide you to the event location.  
  • Class will start at 2pm, so please arrive at least 10mins before.  

 

Freshers’ Ticket Information  

  • Tickets for this, and all Freshers’ events, are sold first-come-first-served, are limited, and events are likely to sell out.  
  • All Freshers’ tickets must be purchased on the AUSA (Aberdeen University Student Association) website at least 2 hours prior to the event start time.  
  • If you are a student under 18, you are able to attend AUSA’s official Freshers’ events. However, you will of course not be able to purchase or consume alcohol (please note this excludes ATIK events as it is an 18+ venue). 
  • We do not offer refunds on tickets for any other reason than a positive COVID test.  
  • You will be unable to purchase more than 1 ticket per person. This is so we know exactly who is attending for Test and Protect purposes. If you are having any issues purchasing a ticket, please email ausa@abdn.ac.uk where we will be able to help. 
  • Please read our safety information, any pre-event information we send through as well as our COVID guidelines before booking and attending our events. 

 

Freshers’ Safety Information – PLEASE READ 

Your safety is our priority, therefore AUSA and the University are working hard to ensure all Freshers’ events are run in a safe environment, but we need your help! When arriving at our Freshers’ Events, we ask that you please do the following:  

  • Please ensure you are wearing a face covering on entry, queueing indoors, and when moving around the event (unless you have a medical exemption). Once seated you will be able to remove your mask. However, everyone is welcome to continue to wear a face covering if they prefer to do so. 
  • Please use the provided hand sanitiser on entry, exit or after touching any well used touch points. It may also be advisable to bring your own as well to use regularly throughout the event. 
  • You will be required to register with our Test and Protect system upon entry to any Freshers’ event. Please ensure you bring a charged phone with you to do so, someone else will not be able to check you in. 
  • If you, or a member of your household or close contact, gets symptoms of COVID-19 in the lead up to the event you must not attend. 
  • We would encourage all students to take a lateral flow test on the day of the event before attending any events. Kits are available on campus at the ‘Butchart Testing Centre’, or you are also able to order them to your home or collect from any local pharmacy - we encourage you to collect before you arrive to ensure you have some. Link to order kits from the Scottish Government website
  • If you cannot attend due to a positive test, you can get a refund for your ticket. Please email ausaevents@abdn.ac.uk at least 2 hours before the event you were looking to attend with details.  
  • When possible, during events, we will be enforcing 1metre distancing. On entry, our event staff will confirm the specific event procedures.  However, we ask you please respect everyone’s personal space regardless.  There will be signs to remind everyone to keep their personal space. 
  • We are putting extra measures in place regarding COVID-19.  However, it is impossible to fully remove all risk. By entering this event you have carefully considered your options and made sure you are completely comfortable with the risks associated with COVID-19.   
  • All AUSA events are subject to change or cancellation, and we continue to work closely with the University of Aberdeen and Scottish Government advice to ensure everything we do is as safe as possible and within government guidelines. Some events are also weather-dependent and may be cancelled or changed last minute. AUSA will endeavour to inform any ticket holders of event changes as soon as possible.   

 

Our staff will be present during the entirety of Freshers’ events, so if you have any questions, keep an eye out for the staff in blue or our Freshers’ volunteers in black, or a Sabbatical in red!