Online Vinyasa & Yin Yoga Classes

When:

‘Slow Flow’: every Wednesday evening at 6:15 – 7:30 pm, London time.

‘Yoga Foundations’: every Thursday evening at 6:15 – 7:15 pm, London time.

‘Yin Dimensions’: every Friday morning at 7:45AM – 8:30 am, London time.

‘Vinyasa Flow Yoga & Mindfulness’ with Ten every Friday evening at 6PM – 7:15pm, London time.

‘Vinyasa Flow Yoga & Mindfulness’ with Ten every Sunday morning at 10.30PM – 11.45AM, London time.

Where: 

The online vinyasa yoga classes will take place via Zoom.

Zoom is the internet app we will use to connect. You need to have signed up for the FREE version of this in advance to access the link for each class. (go to: https://zoom.us).

For classes through me, once you purchase a class, you will receive a confirmation of the booking which will include meeting ID and password to access the meeting through Zoom. Zoom is available for both Windows and Mac (including on IOS (i.e Ipad/Iphone).

For classes through Ten, upon purchase, you will receive a confirmation of the booking and notice of the ZOOM class details half an hour before your class starts.

How Much:

For my own classes: £5 per class; £20 for 5 classes; £40 for 10 classes.

For classes through Ten, see their current pricing offer. The first classes are just £10.

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I’ve especially designed two online vinyasa yoga classes as well as a yin yoga class to deal with the special times we find ourselves in during the Coronavirus crisis.

Do you find yourself stressed, anxious or holding tension in your body?

Struggling to differentiate between your work and personal life whilst being indoors the whole time?

We are in special times. Special times calls for different approaches.

In such times, we need to find some time for ourselves within the comfort of our own home.

We need to find some good space and live a normal life to the extent we can again.

We need to create something that separates our working life from our personal life.

The answer is Yoga.

What better way to create that space than through yoga at home? My yoga style is a full body practice that is based on principles of vinyasa flow – the perfect practice to help gain a sense of movement and ease in a somewhat uneasy time for all of us. I’ve also introduce a yin class to help balance all the ‘yang’ we have in our busy life.

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‘Slow Flow’

Every Wednesday evening at 6:15PM – 7:30PM.

Slow Flow‘ is a vinyasa flow inspired class that emphasises elements of mindfulness, meditation and conscious breathing. The class moves through the full spectrum of the sequencing arc, including sun salutations, arm balances, backbends and forward bends. This full body yoga class aims for students to really connect to themselves in the present moment, whilst at the same being active in the postures. This class epitomises what yoga is all about – the perfect balance between effort and relaxation, striking the right balance between ‘steadiness’ and ‘flow’.

This class is suitable for all levels with appropriate modifications offered. The class will end with ‘pranayama’ (or conscious breathing) and seated meditation, giving students an opportunity to draw inwards.

The class lasts for 75 minutes, setting you up nicely for the evening and the rest of the week ahead.

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‘Yoga Foundations’

Every Thursday evening at 6:15PM – 7:30PM.

This class is especially designed for those who have recently completed my Yoga for Beginners course or have some elementary knowledge of yoga but would like to improve their yoga technique.

The practice starts seated, warming up the body for the rest of the class ahead.

As it progresses, we work through various traditional sun salutations in the full vinyasa krama series. At this point in the class, we start to explore the warrior series and their related poses. We practise some poses that keep us at all times fully alert and engaged in the practice. Whilst the postures are interesting and challenging, we maintain our focus on rhythm and breath, even in some of the balancing postures, which can notoriously be ‘breath holding’ postures.

As a flow class, we also introduce some interesting arm balances, which provide some challenge, yet are easily accessible. The arm balances I like to introduce and work with from time to time include bakasana (commonly known as the ‘crow’) and side plank (‘Vasistasasana’). The class winds down with some seated postures looking at forward folds and twists, before giving students some time for relaxation at the end.

Yoga Foundations’ lasts for 60 minutes, enough time to finish and get ready to start your week “back to work” by 9AM. No previous yoga experience is necessary.  All levels are welcome.

Online Vinyasa Yoga Classes

‘Yin Dimensions’

Every Friday morning, 7:45AM – 8:30AM.

Have you been running hard all week? Feeling stiff after a long week working at home in less than ergonomically perfect sitting arrangements? How about practising normal vinyasa yoga all week and feel like a break to give the body a chance to relax and restore?

Then come and join us for an exploration of passive stretching and going deeper into the fascia connective tissue that wraps our muscles.

Yin yoga is not like a normal vinyasa yoga class. It is a class that allows us to go deeper into the connective tissue and work with the ligaments, bones and the joints of the body that may not get activated during a normal vinyasa yoga class.

Suitable for all levels of students, yin yoga is the perfect compliment to the more dynamic vinyasa style of yoga that focuses on generating internal heat, and the contraction of the muscles. Poses are generally held for a longer period of time (around 5 to 10 minutes) and am to bring more fluidity to the ligaments, bones and joints. The form of pressure is more gentle compared to a hatha style of yoga and aims to stimulate the connective tissue to make them grow stronger.

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My online vinyasa yoga classes are influenced by my teachers:
Graham Burns, one of the principal teachers at the Life Centre, a trainer at Yogacampus, and one of London’s leading yoga teachers. You can also find Graham online on some of the yoga videos included on the yoga platform Movement for Modern Life,
Nico Luce, who taught my first 200hr yoga teacher training course in Bali, Alessandra Pecorella, one of the disciples of international teacher Shiva Rea, and the renowned American teacher Jason Crandell.

For more information about me and my background, see here.

If you would like to work with me specifically in the area of Yoga for Sports or Yoga for Stress, feel free to get in touch to discuss your specific needs and how I can help you reduce stress through yoga and/or improve your performance in your chosen sport or athletic pursuit.

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