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Yoga classes

I teach in a relatively gentle 'hatha' style to suit all ages and levels of fitness, and welcome beginners. I teach both in the studio and online using Zoom. 

I offer classes in the Sanctuary at St Ethelwolds in Abingdon, on Mondays at 2pm,  and Wednesdays at 5.15pm and 7pm. 

I teach online using Zoom on Mondays at 6pm.

Current timetable:  

Mondays

2-3.15pm Afternoon yoga (all levels) St Ethelwolds

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

Tuesday

No classes at present

Wednesdays

Studios classes at St Ethelwolds (enquire to see if there is a space) at 5.15 - 6.30pm and 7-8.15pm

See below for my latest weekly class blog

  • Yoga Fundamentals - week 1 - breath

    Blog and class notes 27 January 2017 Welcome to a new term leading up to Easter in which my theme to begin the year is Yoga Fundamentals. It’s never a bad thing to go back to basics for even teachers and experienced students as it gives us time to re-evaluate...


  • Why sighing is good for you

     Why do we sigh? I’ve never given the sigh much thought, but apparently we all do it – even babies and cats and dogs. Sometimes I feel a deep sigh as I settle down into a particularly relaxing yoga posture. Other times it’s a response to sadness, depression or despair....


  • Alexander Technique and posture

    This week I’ve been sharing some of what we did at an Alexander Technique and Yoga workshop I attended recently. The first thing we were asked to do was stand. Just shut our eyes and stand; and feel that our heads are balanced. Then, one by one, we were gently...


  • Looking after your knees

    I’ve been thinking a lot about knees lately – mine have been sore around the outside of the joint - and I’ve been to the chiropractor and doctor, and had an X-ray. The problem appears to be quite simple - they’re too knobbly. Over the weeks and years I’ve been...


  • The value of forward bends

      Big claims are made for the benefits of the seated forward bend (paschimottanasana), one of the classic poses of yoga, and said to be able to both heal a troubled body and sooth a restless mind. It stretches the back, massaging the internal organs, and is said to work...