So what sort of yoga do I teach!?? I offer a variety of classes/types of Yoga – all with an online option if you are not able to attend the studio for any reason.
I offer Hatha Yoga, Yin yoga, Restorative Yoga, Chair Yoga, and meditation. These are all suitable for beginners so if you have been worried about starting then you have nothing to worry about. We are all super friendly.
ONLINE CLASSES – The benefit of online classes are many – you don’t need to be based near me – if you’ve been wanting to join my class and you live further away then this is the perfect time for you to join us!! The online classes are fully interactive – but you have the advantage of not having to drive home afterwards!
If you are unsure about coming back to studio classes you can be assured that your safety is my top priority so please feel free to pop over and check out my COVID POLICY
Check out the timetable below.
Students attending the studio can bring their own mats if they prefer although mats are provided – and are thoroughly cleaned after use. If you don’t won your own mat you are most welcome to purchase mats/equipment/bags etc from my yoga shop – there are some fabulous discounts on Yoga Kits at the moment. Check out my yoga shop HERE.
You are also most welcome to pop over to try my FREE yoga videos. Just follow the link below.
I teach a couple of different types of yoga so thought it would be a good idea to let you know a bit more about them!
Mindful Hatha Yoga
Hatha Yoga is probably the more traditional type of yoga that most people are aware of. Hatha means sun/moon so it is about balance. Hatha Yoga can be gentle and it can also be vigorous but it is fabulous at building strength and flexibility into the body. I call my yoga Mindful Hatha Yoga as I think it is important to bring awareness to the body rather than just going through the motions of each asana (yoga pose).
We tend to start with short meditation/breathwork and then work on the physical practice followed by a relaxing meditation at the end. My classes are suitable for all – even complete beginners. The classes are small meaning I can tailor them to who is attending – there no getting lost at the back. You are taught to practice safely and to your own ability.
Yin yoga actually originates from Chinese philosophy rather than Indian and works on Chinese medicine principals. We work more of the connective tissues and joints as the asanas are held for longer than traditional Hatha Yoga. By holding the poses for between 3-5 minutes we ut stress on the body and it is that stress that allows the bod to release that tension that is held in the joints. It is a passive form of yoga which is predominantly floor based – and it is incredibly relaxing. We use props such as bolsters, bricks etc to help us into the poses.
Studio Based Classes
- These classes are socially distanced.
- Classes will be structured so as not to include any strong breath work. I never offer hands on adjustments and mats will be suitably spaced.
- In the class we cover meditation, asana work and breathing.
- Excellent for beginners and more seasoned yogis.
Online Yoga Class
- Although we are all online we are still fully interactive!! We cover pranayama, asana and meditation.
- Excellent for beginners and more seasoned yogis. To book a class pass please scroll down!!
- I’d love to see you here.