Being together when we can't be.
Yoga can be a saving grace when it comes to grounding and reassuring.
Online sessions run on Zoom. Click here for installation help.
Some yoga equipment will be helpful during the class (though not essential). Find out more here.
Please let me know (in total confidence) if you have any
Already have Zoom installed? Click on the button.
Our online classes will be at the following times:
Mondays, 9am & 5pm
Tuesdays, 9am & 7-8.30pm*
Wednesdays, 8.45am & 5pm
Fridays, 9am & 5pm (Restorative Yoga)
All classes suitable for all levels.
Find out more about our Morning, Afternoon Pranayama classes, and our Weekend Workshops.
Individual Classes (9am & 5pm) are £6.
Or save money and buy a Monthly Pass
*Tuesday Drop-Ins are £7
Do I need equipment?
If you have yoga equipment, great. If not, don't worry.
For convenience and practicality, I'll be minimising the use of equipment during these sessions.
These classes are for everyone. Don't worry if you don't have the right (or any) equipment. I will give alternatives. The most important thing is that we come together to practice something that's going to give us energy and a focused, happy mindset.
However, you may want:
If you have a yoga mat, use that.
If you don't, then you could use a large towel (but make sure it's not on a slippery surface!). You just want something that will help you grip the floor a little.
You can work directly on a hard floor.
You might find that yoga blocks can assist you within the pose.
If you don't have any blocks, then you could use a small pile of hardback books - just anything that's going to be secure
Any belt will work as a yoga belt. If you don't have a belt, a necktie will work. If you don't have a tie, you could use any length of material, such as a duvet cover or a pair of jeans.
Before you join my online class, please let me know if you have any health conditions and/or injuries by completing the form.
All disclosures are in confidence.
Recorded on 01.04.20
Restorative Yoga sample class
Restorative Yoga is a practice that requires very little physical exertion; making use of props to bring comfort and relaxation to the body and mind.