See the video below to see what students say about the online yoga.
I am taking a two week break from lIve class teaching this Easter. So no live classes on Zoom for the week of 5th and 12th April.
Students signed up to my classes still have still have access to 4 weeks of recorded classes to use during these two week’s holiday.
Monday: 08:30 – 09:00 Guided Meditation
Tuesday: 10:00 – 11:30 Yoga & deep relaxation*
Tuesday: 10:00 – 11:00 Yoga (leave before the deep relaxation)
Wednesday: 18:00 – 19:30 Yoga & deep relaxation*
Wednesday:: 18:00 – 19:00 Yoga (leave before the deep relaxation)
Thursday: 14:00 – 15:15 Rest & Recuperative Yoga & deep relaxation*
* Deep relaxation includes Yoga Nidra and/or meditation techniques
Once you have been coming for a while, it will also be possible to join at 11:00 on Tuesdays and 19:00 on Wednesdays for the deep relaxation part of the class only.
The subscription fee is £30 per month, paid by direct debit. This gives you access to as many live classes as you like and all the recordings and videos. Concessions are available.
How do I access the online Yoga?
Online yoga is a subscription service.
When you sign up you will be sent a password and links which give you access to:
- all the live classes on Zoom (you can attend any or all live classes)
- audio recordings of all the live classes, including:
- asana (yoga poses)
- guided meditations
- pranayama (breath work)
- yoga nidra deep relaxations
- other yoga practices such as mudras and bandhas
- video demonstrations
The subscription fee is £30 per month, paid by direct debit. This gives you access to as many live classes as you like and all the recordings and videos.
In cases of financial hardship, I have an allocation for concessionary rate of £20 per month. (If the concessionary rate is still too much please don’t hesitate to contact me).
Please contact me with any questions and/or to sign up.
What students say about the live classes on Zoom:
The style of yoga I teach is a gentle and attentive method of self-enquiry and it is your responsibility to decide what you should or shouldn’t be doing. Listen to your body and rest if your breathing feels laboured, if you feel tired (or if you have ME or fatigue, rest when you feel you have done about 50% of what you think you can do). One advantage of online teaching is that people have told me that they find they are less self conscious in an online class and this makes it easier for them to go at their own pace and focus on their own body, not what anyone else is doing.
Whenever you join a live class, you can use the chat facility to declare any health issues, so I can accommodate them in my teaching, but please remember that I can’t see everyone in the class all of the time.
Please read this disclaimer, which is required by by governing body, the British Wheel of yoga and my insurers.
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