Yoga information and prices
What is the difference between live online Yoga and on-demand Yoga? Both are taught in the privacy of your home, on your mobile, iPad, laptop or smart TV. Live online Yoga is taught with me keeping an eye on you in real time over a zoom meeting. You need to show up and be there at a particular time. On-demand Yoga are pre-recorded videos to play whenever suits your schedule. See below for more Yoga information and prices.
live online Yoga
Weekly live online Yoga classes using Zoom. Practise Yoga with me live online wherever I am in the world, from the comfort and privacy of your own home. Check my online schedule to find a class style and time that suits you.
When you join a class your microphone will be muted so all background noise is minimised during the class. If you need to speak with me you can unmute yourself, or give me a wave. Your video will be switched on when you join so I can keep an eye on your alignment and offer individual verbal adjustments where needed. To allow me to do this please adjust the camera on your device so I can see you when standing and laying on the mat. If you prefer privacy feel free to switch your camera off.
To join a live online Yoga class simply email me, pay one of the options below and I will send the zoom link.
100’s of high quality pre-recorded Yoga videos are available for you to play whenever suits your schedule. Many Yoga classes are available in 15min, 30min, 45min, 60min & 75min versions. With a subscription, receive a personal password to unlock the videos and practise as many times per day, every day as you wish. 24/7 access to on-demand classes with no need to book. You can also buy a day pass for any one Yoga style and duration.
To get access to on-demand Yoga simply email me with the style & duration, or preferred subscription package, pay one of the options below and I will send you your personal password.–
Yoga in the comfort of your own home
Yoga studios and gyms are great for a group experience but not everyone is happy to be squeezed into a room with other people. Maybe you are a beginner and feel everyone is better than you, or simply need some personal space. With online Yoga you can practise mindfully, at your own pace, without the fear of judgement, people glaring at you or someones extra loud Ujjay breath distracting you. If time is precious also save on the commute to the studio and back.
When in class
Use a yoga mat to ensure you do not slip. It’s advisable for you to wear suitable yoga kit with bare feet, no socks. Make sure you are comfortable when seated. If you do not have a yoga block, use cushions or even books, to raise up the hips. Ideally cross-legged or kneeling, legs stretched out straight is also fine.
By taking part in a class you take responsibility for the safety of your practice. Listen to your body and work to your level. Do not try anything you consider to be a challenge or dangerous. Nothing should hurt or be a struggle. A good tip is if you need to hold the breath or breathe very shallow, you are trying too hard. As many of us are practising in confined spaces please try to clear the area around you and above you for anything dangerous in case you were to lose balance or fall. eg. furniture with sharp corners, breakable items or ceiling lights.