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For information about yoga classes in Abingdon and on Zoom, read on ....

I teach in a relatively gentle '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. 

ABINGDON YOGA 

Practise in the beautiful setting of the garden of the St Ethelwolds retreat centre in central Abingdon: Every Wednesday at 5.15 pm (drop in welcome)  Come and join us!

The current timetable below runs until 6 July 2022. From 27 July, through the summer until September, I will be offering drop-in classes in the garden on Mondays at 2pm and Wednesdays at 6 pm. No need to book.

Monday 2-3.15pm Afternoon yoga (all levels)in the studio at St Ethelwolds (outdoors if fine)

6-7PM Hatha flow (all welcome) online Zoom.

Tuesday No classes at present

Wednesday yoga in the garden at 5.15 - 6.30 pm;
yoga in the studio 7-8.15pm

See below for my latest weekly class blog

  • So, what about doing 'hot' yoga then?

    My class numbers almost dropped by half over the week’s heatwave. So much for ‘hot yoga’ then! But well done those that came and I hope no ill effects – do let me know. It prompted many of you to ask about ‘hot yoga’ … basically what is it and...


  • Preparing for shoulder and head stand

    Taking the body upside down is thought to have a positive effect on four of the major systems of the body: cardiovascular, lymphatic, nervous and endocrine. The medical benefits are always debatable of course, but certainly resting in a simple inversion with the legs raised against a wall or resting...


  • The value of side bends

    Most of the moves we make in our daily lives tend to involve bending forward; sometimes we twist round, and occasionally we move into a backbend. Unless we engage regularly in sports and activities like gardening (and perhaps housework!) we are far less likely to stretch and work the sides...


  • Tips on how to balance

    In  this week’s class we explored the simple action of balancing on one leg – and soon discovered don’t need to tie ourselves into vertical knots to challenge our stability. We can make it harder just by turning a leg out to one side, or moving the gaze by rotating...


  • Let's twist again

    You may have noticed that we tend to do twists later on in class, often close to relaxation. They are also nice to include in a gentle warm up sequence. This is because they are neutralising poses, helping the body to stretch out and recover.  They are good to include...