Yoga Classes & Times

Summer Yoga

What to bring

Loose comfortable clothing should be worn; cotton tracksuit bottoms or yoga trousers, loose t-shirt and a warm jumper for example. Feet will be bare in class but if you like, socks with a grip on the soles (such as ‘ToeSox’) may be worn. Bring warm socks to put on in relaxation.

You also need a blanket, cushion, yoga blocks or two books about 3-4cm in depth, and a supportive chair such as a dining room chair if you are attending chair yoga.

A bottle of water and a sense of humour are also good items to bring along and if you can arrive at least 5 minutes before the class begins that would be great. We start and finish on time.

Zoom – waiting room is available before class starts and I will open the ‘room’ about 5 minutes beforehand.

Anything Else?

Before class it is important that you complete a health questionnaire – this can be emailed to you on request. The form is necessary for your safety and to enable me to offer alternative postures.

Do not eat a meal for 2 hours before coming.

Classes are currently for over 18’s only.

Please don’t bring your children with you to face to face classes. I understand childcare difficulties but unfortunately I haven’t facilities to look after children.

Don’t forget that blanket – and bring a cushion too if you like.

Online Yoga Guidance, in line with BWY recommendations

Before taking part in a class you must have completed a health questionnaire if I don’t already have one.

Please bring to my attention anything that is new and current in relation to your health prior to the session you are about to participate in (you can text me 07737193915 or email

Through the BWY I am fully insured to teach remotely, either live-streamed or pre-recorded, on a secure platform to a private audience.

Teaching remotely, I am unable to risk assess the space in which you are practising, or you, therefore you must be aware that by participating in remote sessions you agree to be responsible for ensuring you are practising in a suitable remote environment, and that you are healthy enough to participate.

All BWY teachers follow “best practice guidelines” and it is your responsibility to follow these student guidelines, as your commitment to keeping yourself safe and injury free.

I look forward to welcoming you to a class soon; I hope you enjoy your Yoga; smile, breathe and have fun!

Energise the body and calm the mind.

Live Yoga Classes for 2020 (recordings are available if these times don’t suit you)



6.30pm to 7.30pm

Live via Zoom from my home to yours

Hatha Yoga


10am to 11am

Zooming from my home to yours

Hatha Yoga


11.30am to 12.30pm

Chair Yoga from my home to yours

Chair Hatha Yoga


6.30pm to 7.30pm

Zooming from my home to yours

Hatha Yoga

One-to-one’s available.  Contact me for further information.

I can also provide 1-2-1 vouchers as a lovely gift – again, ask for more information.

Why do we end the class with Namaste?

This is a traditional Indian greeting – here is one translation (origin unknown).  I think it is beautiful!

My soul honours your soul.

I honour the place in you where the entire universe resides.

I honour the light, love, truth, beauty and peace within you because it is also within me.

In sharing these things we are united, we are the same, we are one.

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Energise the body – calm the mind