online weekly classes
My online schedule is expanding and evolving but these are my offerings for this week:
Saturday 27 June
9.00 - 10.00 | Beginners' Yoga | £8 | Live online via Yoga On The Lane | click here to register
Tuesday 30 June
18.30 - 19.30 | St Pauls' Church Centre yoga (closed group)
20.00 - 21.00 | St Pauls' Church Centre yoga (closed group)
Wednesday 1 July
9.30 - 10.30 | Slow Flow Yoga (all levels) | see below for pricing | click here to register
Thursday 2 July
18.30 - 19.30 | Slow Flow Yoga (all levels) | see below for pricing | click here to register
20.15 - 21.15 | Unwind & Relax - Gentle Yoga | Live online via The Life Centre | click here to register
prices and payment
Please note that:
For all other classes that I run directly myself, payments can be made via PayPal. Please see below for pricing options:
1 hour class
£8 standard rate
£4 or what you can afford for low-waged / those financially impacted by the current situation
FREE to low-waged frontline staff and NHS frontline staff - thank you for what you do.
Starting something new can often feel a little daunting, so beginners classes provide a freindly, safe space to begin our practice. These classes offer a little more time and instruction on the basics. Although aimed towards beginners, people at all levels are welcome to attend. However long we have been practicing we can benefit from slowing down and revisit the foundations of yoga.
slow mindful flow yoga
Slow flow classes offer a more flowing practice, combining movement with breath. Classes build slowly; we begin by pressing pause from our day, connecting to our breath, and checking in with what we need from our practice in that moment. Sequences are offered at a pace that provides a sense of fluidity, whilst allowing time for correct alignment. Variations are offered so that the classes are open to people of all levels - from beginners to more experienced practitioners. Classes combine elements of mindfulness, pranayama (breath-work), postures (both flowing and held), meditation and relaxation.
Eastern traditions recognise that true wellbeing comes from balancing the opposing energies of yin (calm / cooling) and yang (energetic / fiery). The demands of modern life however can often leave us operating constantly from this more driven, fiery side which, over long periods of time, can leave us tired and depleted. Yin yoga offers an antidote to this. In this largely seated-based practice poses are held for 3 minutes or longer, allowing muscles and connective tissue to gradual release. This process of letting go, both mentally and physically allows us to embrace stillness and quiet and surrender into the experience as it.
unwind and relax - gentle yoga
This gentle, soothing practice will provide the opportunity to gently unwind your body and calm your mind at the end of the day. It will include a guided relaxation so bring a blanket, pillow and anything that helps you to feel warm and comfortable to relax and unwind.