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Online Yoga

With the Coronavius affecting all our lives its important that we stay connected and healthy, and so, all yoga 7 classes are now available Live Online and there are more classes coming.

For years we have hidden behind devices and isolated ourselves kidding ourselves that we are connected by social media, however, such relationships haven’t necessarily had much depth. The irony of our current enforced isolation is that thanks to that same technology, we are reaching out to each other in real and meaningful ways and reconnecting with friends and family.  You can now thanks to technology practise online yoga at home but with your family and friends around the globe. Find out about all our yoga classes here.

How does it work?

The times and days of the classes are all the same so you will see some familiar faces and meet new ones too.  You can choose to be either visible or invisible but ideally for me visible so I can see you and support you should you need to make any adjustments, it’s also lovely for me to see you as I live on my own and so you are my community. You may see my dog Libi from time to time and we may even have the classes outside as the weather warms up. You can practise in your PJ’s or anything you want as long as you are comfortable. So why not get the family involved and use this time to either deepen your practise or experience the many benefits that yoga brings for both mind body and spirit if you are new to yoga.

You can pay online for all classes. Once you pay for one class weekly you can attend any of the other classes each week. All you need to do is to get in touch by either phone email or text to let me know which classes you want to join. If you change your mind or aren’t feeling up to it on the day, don’t worry it won’t matter. If you block book and experience symptoms of the virus then just let me know so your session can be carried over to a time when you are recovered.

Staying connected during this time of isolation through yoga,  is important more now than ever, as is getting an element of routine into your life or maintaining your yoga routine. You just need space enough for your mat ideally a wall or door in the same room. If you don’t have a strap you can use a dressing gown belt as long as what you use isn’t elasticated. If you don’t have blocks either sit on a chair or improvise using cushions or something to elevate your hips during the pranayama. You will also need a blanket for the guided relaxation at the end of the class.

The feedback has been excellent and students are really appreciating the experience of being and staying together despite our distance. We will get through this and together we are stronger.

I look forward to seeing you soon.