Online Timetable Changes

Updated: 5 hours ago



Hello darlings!


From next week the timetable will be looking a little different. Two online classes will be taken off the timetable, numbers are quiet for these classes and most that were attending have ventured back into studio and are attending face to face classes again!


It's wonderful to see the studio classes full to the brim and feeling that life is a little more normal following the covid years. I have to celebrate that I have taught online classes since the beginning of lockdown one, teaching almost every day online while home schooling and adapting to a new life indoors. I truly have loved every minute of it and I cannot thank you ALL enough for joining me, supporting me, attending classes and sharing practice with me throughout a period of time in our lives Im sure we will never forget!


So the NEW timetable is as follows:



MONDAY

Pilates 12.10-1.10pm (Studio)

Gentle Flow Yoga 1.15-2.15pm (Studio)

🌿 Relaxation Yoga 8.00-9.00pm (Online)

TUESDAY

Pilates Intermediate 1.30-2.30pm (Studio)

Relaxation Yoga 2.45-3.45 (Studio)

🌿Deep Release Yoga 8.00-9.00pm (Monthly) NEW CLASS!

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WEDNESDAY

Wild Power Yoga 8.15-9.15pm (Studio)

THURSDAY

Power Pilates 8.00-9.00pm (Studio)

FRIDAY

Yoga For All 11.30-12.30pm (Studio)

Power Yoga 7.30-8.30pm (Studio)

​SATURDAY

🌿Rise & Shine Yoga 9.00-10.00am (Online)

In person workshops run monthly.


Outdoor classes are running monthly too!



 

NEW CLASS - Even though we are saying goodbye to Tuesdays weekly class this opens up space for me to offer a new special monthly session, it will be running online AND in person (Im just finding a suitable venue!)



This is by far one of the most profound practices! Enjoy intuitive flowing movements and postures, fascial release with self massage and delicious yin postures to stretch and relax the whole body. Our bodies hold tension, physically & emotionally. From the body holding its posture from day to day, injuries, imbalance, muscle weakness/tightness and habitual patterns we can feel achey, tired and sometime clunky in our bodies.


This delicious practice releases the whole body. We move with fluid movements, small, slow to warm the body through. We then use a ball or hands to massage, spread and manipulate the fascia (our inner spider web like fabric). After rolling, massaging we arrange ourselves into our Yin posture, using cushions and all things supportive to settle in for 2-5 minutes.


 

Im going to keep online classes running over the next few months and just asses how they go! I love that yoga keeps us in a state of adaption and modification, not only in our postures but in life! Im flexible in so many ways!