Go Barefoot Day 1st June 2018

Go Barefoot Day is held on 1st June, this is our guide to 5 glorious things to do while barefoot in Yorkshire.

Barefoot On The Beach

Where better than the beach to walk barefoot with the sand squishing between your toes. From glorious coves and bays to wide family friendly beaches and delightful seaside towns there is a beach suitable for all.

Paddleboarding

Stand Up Paddleboarding or SUP is an excellent activity for a day out with family or friends. Take part on an inland waterway, lake or in the sea. You can even try yoga on a paddleboard!

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Aqua Park

Inflatable water parks are the latest in summer fun. The AquaPark is a floating inflatable course including climbing walls, trampolines, balance bars, rockers, rollers and blast bags.

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Barefoot Walking

Barefoot Walking - it's a thing. Join the barefoot club and take a stroll through the woods.

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Treat The Feet

Treat the feet to a little pampering. Just a pedicure or go a step (pun intended) further with a foot massage or reflexology. On average in a lifetime we walk 75,000 miles. Give the feet a treat.

Water Chutes and Slides

Go for a swim, or head to the local water park. Try Alpamre in Scarborough or Calypso Cove in Barnsley

Yoga

Engage in the physical and mindful activity of yoga. Yoga can help improve strength, flexibility and breathing and provide a boost to physical and mental wellbeing. Or try Aerial Yoga with Paddy's aerial yoga in Leeds.

Yoga

Engage in the physical and mindful activity of yoga. Yoga can help improve strength, flexibility and breathing and provide a boost to physical and mental wellbeing. Or try Aerial Yoga with Paddy's aerial yoga in Leeds.