I teach in Abingdon and Oxford. On Mondays, I offer classes in Abingdon at 12pm and 7.30pm, and in Radley I teach a movement and yoga class for AgeUK at 10.15am.
On Tuesdays I offer a class to Oxford University staff at 6pm. On Wednesdays, I teach two classes in Abingdon, at 3.45pm and 5.45pm. On other days, I offer one-to-one sessions and run a chair yoga class at a nursing home near where I live in Oxford.
See the classes page for more details. Please give me a call, or use the contact page on this site, to find out more. Timetable of classes
It's never too late to start. I strongly believe that yoga is for everyone, of all ages and all levels of fitness. I teach in a gentle hatha style that is ideal for beginners, sports people with tight muscles, and older students, as well as more experienced students seeking a deeper practice. Read more about yoga here.
You are welcome to join any of my classes on a drop-in basis, but it is always helpful to drop me an email beforehand. Drop in costs £9 or £10 depending on the venue, but I usually offer a 'pass' which works out at around £8 per class, bookable in advance.
See below for my latest weekly class blog
When life is racing, and there never seems enough time, the odds are your mind is over active, which can make it hard to switch off and relax. Restorative yoga can provide that off-switch we need, making it easier to rest and recuperate. If you have problems sleeping, then a...
One of the most popular styles of yoga – especially in the US – is flow, or vinyasa flow. The Sanskrit word “vinyasa” can be translated as “arranging something in a special way,” in this case asanas, or poses. In vinyasa yoga classes, students coordinate movement with breath to flow...
Blog and class notes Thursday 2 March 2017 Alignment is one area where yoga teachers don’t always see eye to eye …. Literally! When coming up from a standing forward bend, some will tell their students to uncurl ‘vertebrae by vertebrae’ with a rounded back. Others will insist that you...
Yoga blog and class notes 17 February 2017 Imagine a see saw perfectly balanced at the mid point with two people at either end – equal in weight for the see saw to remain level. A heavier person would need to move nearer to the middle to keep level, and...
Blog and class notes 9 February 2017Most of us are drawn to yoga because we want to become more flexible and maintain mobility. However, yoga tends to attract already flexible people, while those with tighter bodies can be put off (especially if the class brings out our more competitive edge!). Those...