Classes are now via Zoom on Mondays at 11 am and Wednesdays at 10.30 pm. Sessions are focused upon strengthening our respiratory system and practising simple movements through which we can develop the innate intelligence around how we use our body. How can you practise yoga in a way that suits your body and allows you to get the most out of yoga? Both in sessions and in everyday life.
This new platform provides us with an opportunity to learn anew, to go back to basics, revisit our practice in a way that suits us as individuals. Being in your own home gives you the freedom to decide what you take/don’t take from a teacher.
Large Zoom classes are generally muted but in a small class like the Wednesday class, we can keep sound active and continue to comment, enquire and to exchange ideas if we so choose.
**Wear comfortable clothing. A blanket/cushion helps to protect knees and is useful for the final relaxation.
****Future planning – Chinnor Village Hall has kindly put our classes into a “waiting zone” for potential re-commencement in 2021. When we return we will resume as below:
- Chinnor Village Hall: 11 – 12.30 and 1 – 2.30 pm
- A lovely bright room. Capacity will have to assessed in regard to social distancing when classes resume.
- The 11 am class is a mixed ability class but by keeping the numbers low I can differentiate my teaching so as to help those with specific concerns.
- The 1pm class is good for beginners to yoga . Being a small class, I can plan for students who may have an injury or be recovering from injury. in my experience, a small group allows students to feel more confident which helps them to ask questions and to ask for help. In this way, learning is a more nourishing experience.