Lucy Tennyson
yoga teacher

ABINGDON YOGA  AND ONLINE ZOOM 

Gentle and accessible yoga for all levels, all ages! 

I teach in a softer 'hatha' style to suit all ages and levels of fitness, and welcome beginners. I have been teaching yoga in Abingdon for 12 years, and more recently online using Zoom.  My studio based classes are often full, as limited to eight spaces, so do get in touch to book your place.

Group class practising yoga in St Ethelwold's garden

Yoga in the garden starts 5 August Mondays 11am and Wednesdays 6pm. Drop in no need to book £10 

Get in touch

Now's a great time to think about joining a yoga class. I have four regular classes (see below) running at St Ethelwolds and on Zoom. From mid-July I will be offering outdoors yoga in the garden at St Ethelwolds on a drop-in basis. Please use the contact form on this website to enquire or reserve your place.

The current term of indoor classes runs up to 17 July, and the cost works out at £9 when booked in advance on a half termly basis.

The current timetable is:

Monday 10.45am-12pm Morning yoga (slow) in the Sanctuary at St Ethelwolds, Abingdon 

6 - 7pm Hatha flow (all levels) online Zoom.

Wednesday   two evenings classes in the Sanctuary, St Ethelwolds 5.00 - 6.10pm (Hatha flow, all levels);
and  6.45 - 7.55pm pm (a deeper focus ending with with restorative relaxation). 

See below for my latest weekly class blog

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1. PLAN IT

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Now we are heading towards the autumn equinox on 21 September, nights are starting to draw in. It’s a time of change, as we move from the summer into autumn and we start to look ahead towards winter. We might start making plans for the year to come.

Kickstart your home practice!
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Doing yoga at home in between classes will help you keep mobile for the rest of your life - but it’s often hard to know what to do, or get started. You have to first, establish a routine, by deciding what time of day, and how long.  Say 10 minutes every morning, for example, or 20 minutes three times a week.