This is the second repeated Mother’s Day where we are not physically allowed to see our mums. Yes, it's frustrating, BUT, it doesn’t mean that you can’t make it extra special this 2021.
Here we wanted to share a few ideas of how you can spend time together with your mum, without physically being together…
Join an online class together
Does your mum like dancing, yoga or Pilates? Great! Then why not book yourselves both onto an online class to do together? You might not be close together, but you will get to see her happy face on the screen when she sees you.
Here at Go Yoga, we are offering mums a free yoga session on Mother’s Day. Simply book onto either our 9.30am lovely Sunday flow or the 5.00pm Breathe and Chill session. Once you have booked, send us your mum’s email address and we will add her on for free to join you!
This a lovely gift to share time together and maybe you will even introduce her to a new activity that she will continue on in the future.
Enjoy a virtual meal together
Would your Mother’s Day usually include lunch or dinner at your mum’s favourite restaurant? If so, then why not send the restaurant to her own house this year! Many local Harrogate restaurants are now preparing gourmet meals that can be sent by post and then easily warmed up at home. This even includes many Michelin-starred restaurants too, if you really want to indulge her from afar.
Treat her to an evening off the cooking and time to enjoy some top-quality food in the comfort of her own home. You could even both get dressed up and Facetime each other during dinner, pretending you are together as you eat!
Plan a pamper session
If you were planning a spa visit this Mother’s Day, then don’t worry. You can still make sure your mum gets thoroughly pampered. There may not be a pool or a sauna, but there can still be a warm bath, face masks, sweet-smelling scrubs and scented eye masks.
You could drop off a nice box of spa-like treats so that your mum can have a day of relaxation at home. Even better, why not arrange a call or video session together so you can enjoy a foot space and paint your nails at the same time, while having a good catch up and a giggle.
You might not be able to see your mum to give her the hug and the kiss that she deserves, however, you can still plan in something lovely to do together. Whether it’s a yoga class, a yummy dinner or even just a Zoom and a cup of tea – your mum is sure to be thrilled to see your face this Sunday.