MONDAYS @ COMMUNITY CENTRE, WHITTON 18:10-19:25 - Mindful Flow 19:30-20:45 - Mindful Flow (Beginner Friendly)
TUESDAYS @ TEDDINGTON
17:00-18:00 - Yoga for Teenagers *New Class starting 3rd March*
THURSDAYS @ ST PHILIP & ST JAMES CHURCH HALL, WHITTON
9:00-10:15 - Gentle Morning Yoga (Beginner Friendly)
WEEKENDS @ THE YOGA BAR, TWICKENHAM
SATURDAY 11:30-12:30 Yoga Foundations
SATURDAY 17:15-18:15 Yoga for Teenagers
SUNDAY 11:15-12:15 Yoga Foundations
Private sessions are perfect if you prefer the privacy of your own home and scheduling flexibility. Whether you’re totally new to yoga and would like some personal tuition before joining a class or are looking to develop a home practise but don’t know where to begin, I will tailor the private class to suit your needs.
Sessions are available in either 60 or 90-minutes blocks. Prices vary between £55-£85 depending on locations. Discounts available for block bookings.
yoga for teenagers
Weekly 60-minute class for teenagers (13 -17) combining movement, playful postures, dialogue and relaxation to connect with themselves. A space where young people can come to practice yoga, express themselves and learn vital life tools to improve flexibility and strength, manage anxiety and stress, sleep more restfully and feel happy in their body.
SATURDAY 17:15-18:15 - Teen Yoga
The Yoga Bar, 16A London Rd, Twickenham TW1 3RR **STARTING 11TH JANUARY**
Unlike most yoga classes for young people, which simply adapt adult yoga, I offer weekday classes, after school clubs and PSHE workshops designed specifically for years 7 and upward. They include discussions, learning, fun yoga postures and partner yoga as well as mindful activities and guided meditations to support young people in their journey through adolescence.
Research shows that practicing yoga helps manage stress and anxiety, improve self-regulation, build physical and mental strength and flexibility as well as improved learning and academic achievement in teenagers. Contact me me to discuss your requirements.
yoga for the workplace
The new reality of corporate life for many people is time spent behind a desk and computer, spending time in meetings, generally sitting in locked positions for hours a day. Introducing the practice of yoga can provide healthier workplace environment.
Studies prove that employers who find ways to help staff be active during their workday have employees who enjoy greater morale and job satisfaction, are better able to cope with stress, are more productive, happier and sleep better at night. Contact me to find out about new ways to increase corporate wellbeing?