How I’m working at the moment

Since March 2020, all my yoga classes and 1:1 client appointments have been conducted online using Zoom. To find out more about working with me in this way, please contact me.

In September 2020 I started running occasional in-person workshops again. These are held in a large, well-ventilated venue with access to outdoor space and in accordance with current Government guidelines. Click here to see details of any forthcoming dates.

Follow me on Facebook or subscribe to my YouTube channel for access to a range of guided meditation and other practices and to keep up-to-date with events.

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Class schedule

You don’t need to be able to stand on one leg to do yoga. Nor do you need to be able to touch your toes or tie yourself up in knots…

If you have a body and you can breath, you can do yoga. And if you’re ready to (re)connect with your body and your breath and open to seeing where that leads you, then you’re my perfect yoga student!

I teach weekly classes online via Zoom during school term times. For full details of my teaching schedule see below and contact me to check availability.

Three ways to practice yoga with me – which is right for you?

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1. Yoga for Every Body

  • A gentle yet powerful, Scaravelli-inspired approach to Hatha yoga
  • No contortions required! Learn how your body needs to move today
  • Improve body awareness, flexibility, core strength and mindfulness
  • No previous yoga experience necessary
  • Two weekly classes to choose from
  • Tuesdays 10am – 11.15am
  • Wednesdays, 7pm – 8.15pm
  • Autumn term 2020: 8th September – 9th December
  • No classes 27/28th October (half term)
  • First half term: 7 weeks @ £10 pre-booked = £70
  • Full term: 13 weeks @ £10 pre-booked = £130
  • Drop-in price: £12 per class by agreement
  • Zoom meeting link will be sent out 10 minutes before class starts
  • Access to recordings if you miss a class or want to practice more often

Tuesdays: 7.15pm – 8:30pm

  • Venue: Worcester House – Centre for Change, 4 Dragon Street, Petersfield, Hampshire, GU31 4JD
  • Spring term 2020: 7 January – 31 March (no class 11 February – half term)
  • Price: pre-book (half)termly at £10 per class; drop-ins £12 (space permitting)
  • Spring term prices: £120 for full term (12 weeks), £60 for 1st half (6 weeks)
  • Parking: parking in the Festival Hall car park (2 mins walk) and nearby streets is free after 6pm

2. Yoga for Health: Yoga for people who think they can’t do yoga

Wednesdays: 11am – 12.30pm

This class is ideal for older people, those with limited mobility as a result of either acute or chronic conditions and those preparing for or recovering from surgery. It is equally suitable for people with no previous yoga experience and for more experienced yogis who find themselves unable to practice in their usual way. The postures can be done sitting on a chair, standing or on the floor, in a way that is appropriate for each individual and full guidance is provided.

  • Gentle postures, relaxation, breathing and mindfulness
  • Creating space for energising and healing
  • No previous yoga experience necessary
  • Individual approach focusing on each person’s needs
  • 2 or more teachers attend each class to ensure maximum safety and support

I run this accessible yoga class in cooperation with my colleagues Beena Sahota and Liz Mitchell. This high teacher:student ratio ensures maximum support and awareness of each student’s specific needs on any given day. Please contact me if you’d like to discuss the suitability of this class for you or someone you know.

  • Autumn term 2020: 9th September – 9th December
  • No class 28th October (half term)
  • First half term: 7 weeks @ £12 pre-booked = £84
  • Full term: 13 weeks @ £12 pre-booked = £156
  • Access to recordings if you miss a class or want to practice more often

2. Yoga for Health: Yoga for people who think they can’t do yoga

Wednesdays: 11am – 12.30pm

  • Gentle postures, relaxation, breathing and mindfulness
  • Creating space for energising and healing
  • No previous yoga experience necessary
  • Individual approach focusing on each person’s needs
  • Very high teacher:student ratio for maximum support

This class is ideal for older people, those with limited mobility as a result of either acute or chronic conditions and those preparing for or recovering from surgery. It is equally suitable for people with no previous yoga experience and for more experienced yogis who find themselves unable to practice in their usual way. The postures can be done sitting on a chair, standing or on the floor, in a way that is appropriate for each individual.

I run this accessible yoga class in cooperation with my colleagues Beena Sahota and Liz Mitchell. This high teacher:student ratio ensures maximum support and awareness of each student’s specific needs on any given day. Please contact me if you’d like to discuss the suitability of this class for you or someone you know.

  • Venue: Liss Pavilion, West Liss Recreation Ground, Station Road, Liss, GU33 7AJ
  • Spring term 2020: 8 January – 1 April (no class 12 February – half term)
  • Price: pre-book (half)termly at £12 per class; drop-ins £15 (space permitting)
  • Spring term prices: £144 for full term (12 weeks), £72 for 1st half (6 weeks)
  • More information on our dedicated Yoga for Health Facebook page
  • Free parking: there is a car park on site.

3. Looking for something more personal?

Can’t get to a class or like the idea of having my undivided attention? Contact me to discuss working with me 1:1, combining bespoke yoga tuition and (where appropriate) hypnotherapy to help you create the life you want to live.

Please contact me for more information, to book classes or to arrange a free phone consultation of up to 30 minutes to discuss working together 1:1.

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