One-to-One and group classes

Online and in-person in South-East London (SE3)

During Covid-19 I follow stringent health and safety guidelines when working face-to-face, including:

  • Enhanced cleaning protocols and ventilation
  • COVID questionnaire and temperature check on booking and on meeting
  • Face masks to be worn by all
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    Hatha Yoga Flow with Core Focus

    Static poses or dynamic flow, always offering space and time to discover the practice in your own body, following your breath - making it YOUR Yoga. Moving at a pace that allows you to explore postures for yourself.

    With a focus on dynamic core work you can gain support for a centered and grounded practice, enabling you to transfer the core awareness and support into your daily life.

    The class has a somatic emphasis not only on postures, but also the spaces and movements between them inviting reflection and discovery - a chance to connect a strong, relaxed body and mind.

    Restorative Yoga by Candlelight

    A deeply restful and rejuvenating class

    Soothing and well-supported poses will offer the opportunity to linger quietly for a few moments and savour the simple sweetness of life. The postures are supported by blankets, blocks and bolsters and are held for several minutes at a time.

    A monthly class to relax and breathe, to rest deeply and completely, leaving you centered, connected, nourished and rejuvenated.

    All levels. The ultimate unwind. Includes 30 minute relaxation.

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    Short practices are part of every class

    Whenever we bring awareness to what we are directly experiencing via our senses, or to our state of mind via our thoughts and emotions, we are being mindful. When we practice mindfulness, we tune into what we’re sensing in the present moment rather than rehashing the past or imagining the future.

    We all have the innate ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we are doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what is going on around us. While mindfulness is something we all naturally possess, it is more readily available to us when we practice on a daily basis.

    Mindfulness is not obscure or exotic. It is familiar to us because it is what we already do, how we already are. It takes many shapes and goes by many names. We will explore various meditation techniques and other practices such as yoga nidra, restorative yoga and breath awareness.


    I regularly teach half-day movement workshops that target particular areas of the body with the aim to improve body awareness, release tension, create freedom of movement, develop strength and improve overall well-being. Topics include:

    • Relax Your Neck, Liberate Your Shoulders
    • Pelvic Floor
    • Beat Back Pain
    • and others ....

    Each workshop teaches easy to follow exercises and simple daily activities that fit into a busy life.

    Contact me for dates and locations of the next workshop or if you are interested in hosting a workshop in your area.

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