Yoga and the next few weeks

I hope you’re keeping well. I have been enjoying seeing some of you for the morning yoga classes and the Wednesday evenings.

Classes continue this week:

  • Monday to Friday: 9.00 am and 10.00 am (30  minutes)
    • £5/class or £20 for a week of daily classes
  • Tuesday and Thursday: 4.00 pm (one hour)
    • £10/class
  • Your usual Wednesday evening classes at either 6.00 pm or 7.30 pm – last one for this term
    • prepaid

Next week:

  • Monday to Friday: 9.00 am and 10.00 am (30  minutes)
    • £5/class or £20 for a week of daily classes (bank holiday weeks – 4 classes available)
  • Wednesday: 4.00 pm
    • £10
    • If there is demand, I will schedule a second class at 5.30 pm

After Easter:
I am assuming the evening yoga will have to continue online. From Wednesday 15 April I will offer the following three classes for a six week term, ending 20 May:

  • 4.30 pm (one hour)
  • 6.00 pm (one hour)
  • 7.30 pm (one hour)
  • Cost @ £50
  • Maximum 8 people per class

Classes are being taught via Zoom. When you have booked in, I will send out an invites. You can access via your Zoom App or use the link to access the class via your web browser. The meeting opens before the time of the class and a virtual waiting room is available for everyone to congregate in.

Daily morning classes will continue at 9.00 am and 10.00 am. Individual yoga, meditation, reiki and self-help bodywork techniques are also available

To book – please use the online system or send me an email. To pay – this can be done by card or BACs/online banking

Please feel free to contact me about any of the above, questions, comments and reflections welcome

One Comment on “Yoga and the next few weeks

  1. Hi YvonneThank you for the update. I would like to book the weds 7.30 class for after Easter. I will pay you online as usual. I will see you later online. Do we still use the meeting password from last week or is there a new one for tonight?Angela

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.


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