I teach both online using Zoom, and in the studio with limited numbers set by the venues to meet current Covid requirements. I teach in a relatively gentle 'hatha' style to suit all ages and levels of fitness, and welcome beginners. If you are new to Zoom and would like to try it out with me on a one-to-one basis, please get in touch
The next term of seven classes runs from Monday 4 January until Saturday 13 February 2021
ALL CLASSES NOW ONLINE on Zoom
Mondays 9-10AM Wake up to Yoga! ( move + energise + breathe)
6-7PM Hatha flow (all levels welcome).
Wednesdays 6.30-7.30PM (easy pace ending with a relaxing restorative posture)
Thursday 5.15-6.15PM (slow and gentle + end of the day relax)
Saturday 9-9.30am (free session throughout current Covid lockdown) Wake up and move together!
See below for my latest weekly class blog
Over the years, I have put increasing emphasis on starting my classes with a warm up that moves all of the main joints in the body, before we start to do any posture work, especially anything involving deep stretching. The Dru style of yoga has developed many “activations” which are...
When I was driving home after my teaching my last class of the week on a cold and clear night, the moon was rising, hanging on its side over Abingdon. It was beautiful and strangely calming, and I wondered how many other people were looking up and feeling the same...
Camel pose helps increases flexibility in the spine, stimulates the nervous system, opens the chest and shoulders, improves circulation and digestion, and stimulates the thyroid gland. Like all back bends, it can be stimulating and boost blood flow to the face, for example – perhaps giving us all better complexions!...
What is face yoga? I’m sure the ancient yogis of India weren’t doing it, but face yoga is one of the newer trends to hit the world of modern yoga. Danille Collins has been running open workshops (see photo below) for the last few years at the Om Yoga Show...
Those of you who come to my class regularly will know that there are many different kinds of yogas – that’s one of the great things about it – and that I like to borrow from various traditions. Last week, it was the four part breath of nature from Tai...