Yoga Tree

Please prepare your practice space. You will need a yoga mat, a cushion/yoga block to sit on and a blanket. Sometimes we use yoga belts but a simple scarf or normal belt will work too.

To join the class,  enter your zoom link 5 minutes before the class starts. The zoom link to each class will be in your booking confirmation email. Click green 'View booking' button to access then link:

The zoom program will download automatically when you start or join your first Zoom meeting, and is also available for manual download here. https://zoom.us/download

When on zoom, please notice two buttons:

1. Mute button, down the left-hand corner of the screen. Please make sure you are muted during the session.

2. Speaker view, top right-hand corner of the screen. To see the class well, please make sure the screen is set up as "speaker view" not the "gallery view".

Yin Yoga emphasizes stillness, core softness & surrender. It consists of slow, deep, passive stretches, taking us deep into connected tissues of our bodies and layers of experiencing ourselves. This practice invites us to cultivate the qualities of surrender, receptivity, patience, and observance. It offers space for inner listening and insights into our internal landscapes. The session is completed with Meditation. Free sample session below coming soon

Hatha Yoga is an active practice emphasising movement, alignment, rhythm and flow. We begin by settling and warming up, then flow into a core practice enjoying a balanced array of hatha yoga postures which consist of standing and seated poses, as well as postures focusing on balance, forward bends, backward bends, inversions and twists. The full sequence is completed with a breathwork practice and relaxation

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Online Yoga Room  

Tuesday & Thursday

Morning & Evening

Hatha Yoga & Yin Yoga

Breathwork & Meditation

Practitioners of yoga have different inclinations towards the Yoga practices. Some may like to spend a long time with the movement, while others prefer breathing exercises or seek the stillness of meditation. Each of these stages work together, one leading into the next. There is no perfect, one-size-fits-all formula. It is best to spend the amount of time with each stage that is just right for you. Please take care of yourself in the practice and let your body be your teacher here and myself, the assistant. Because of the nature of the online format I trust that you will.  May there be curiosity, kindness and care in how we meet ourselves in our bodies, minds and hearts. Lots of insights and potentials are awaiting our inner arival. See you there!

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Hatha Yoga

& Breathwork

Friday


Yin Yoga Immersion

10th April 2020

7:30pm - 9:30pm


Restorative Yoga Workshop

24th April 2020

7:30pm - 9:30pm

Tuesday


9am - 10am Hatha Yoga & Breathwork

10:15am - 11:15am Yin Yoga & Meditation


6pm - 7pm Hatha Yoga & Breathwork

7:15pm - 8:15pm Yin Yoga & Meditation



Zoom Room Yoga Timetable - 2nd - 30th April 2020


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Yin Yoga

& Meditation

Single class: £5

Single workshop: free in April 2020

Monthly Class Pass:  £55

(for all the classes & workshops and their recordings)

Thursday


9am - 10am Hatha Yoga & Breathwork

10:15am - 11:15am Yin Yoga & Meditation


6pm - 7pm Hatha Yoga & Breathwork

7:15pm - 8:15pm Yin Yoga & Meditation

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Cost & Booking


About Zoom platform & preparations


About the practice

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Breathing

Relaxation

Movement

(active)

...one time of the day/week.... (e.g. Hatha Yoga class)

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Breathing

Meditation

Movement

(slow)

...another time of the day/week.... (e.g. Yin Yoga class)

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Breathing

Meditation

Relaxation

Movement

...when stressed/exhausted.... (e.g. Restorative Yoga)

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Breathing

Pausing

...during daily life....

Book here

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Yin Yoga Immersion

workshop


The workshop is for those who want to immerse themselves in 2h long session of Yin Yoga practice, Breathwork and Meditation. Each workshop engages different corners of our physical and subtle anatomy  There will be a recording available after each session if you want to continue the explorations in your personal yoga practice.




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Restorative

Yoga workshop

& Relaxation

Emphasizes relaxation and letting go through slow-paced practice supported by props. To work its magic, restorative yoga relies on eight key relaxation inducing conditions: physical comfort,  muscle  release, warm skin, a reclined or inverted posture, darkness, pressure on the bones around the eyes, permission to relax, and holding the pose for a sufficient amount of time (5-10 mins each). All that that is being complemented by a mindfulness, breathwork practice and simple yoga massage.