Join a Live Streamed class and practice in the comfort of your own home but with the same commitment as going to an in person class as well as getting personal feedback from your teacher.
These classes are held on Zoom through my Kuula.tv channel.
Schedule of live stream classes:
10.30-11.45AM Vinyasa Yoga
6.30-7.45PM Vinyasa Yoga
6.45-8PM Vinyasa Yoga
You have the option to buy a single drop in class from £6 (suggested £8) or purchase a weekly pass where you can access not only the live streamed sessions but also a selection of the on demand classes.
All the live stream and pre-recorded classes will be accessed and booked via my channel with Kuula.tv. Please register with Kuula.tv (free!) in order to be able to make a booking and follow my channel. You will get all links, information and reminders through your account with Kuula.tv.
Ready to join?
SUNDAY 4H OCTOBER 2020
ONLINE VIA ZOOM
Minimum donation £8 suggested £10
A 90 minute Yin Yoga practice focusing on the lower body while fostering calmer states of mind and building our capacity to stay present.
It's the perfect way to end your weekend and set up for the new week ahead and all of this from the comfort of your own home. All you have to do is put on some comfy clothes, create a space for your practice (you really don't need that much!) and then grab some pillows, blankets and books to use as supportive props for the practice.
About Yin Yoga
Yin Yoga is a stilling practice that cultivates a deep sense of awareness through the release of mind and body stresses.
In this practice postures are held for a longer period time, 3 or 5 minutes or sometimes even longer, and you will meet the intensity of a stretch to help you to foster a deep, pervading sense of calm. Staying in the poses for this extended time intensifies and deepens the stretch, which is supported by props to prevent overstretching, and creates a feeling of spaciousness in the body. Becoming still in a pose and staying with the stillness gives you the time and space to allow sensations and feelings to arise, which can help to balance and calm the mind. Yin yoga also helps you increase mobility and flexibility, as well as work deeply into the connective tissues of the body.