This week and a bit of July …

Happy Monday!

I am planning a month at a time for now. Until I am told otherwise, classes will continue online. I am organising July’s schedule on this basis. If things change, I will update you. Here are reminders for this week and some ideas for July.

The Morning Dailies continue to be available all week – thirty minute practices to connect with yoga practice and other people. The power of regular short practices is being commented on by regular attendees. As a teacher, it feels more akin to individual lessons. We are beginning to explore some of the subtleties of yoga. And even on a screen with the sound off I can see the quality of practice deepening and being embodied. The few minutes of discussion at the end of practice make for a heart felt start to the day:

  • Mondays and Fridays @ 0830 and 0930
  • Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday @ 0930

Friday Early Birds returns at 0730 from 3 July. If you are signed up for a week of Morning Dailies, this earlier and extended class of 45 minutes can be included as your fifth practice of the week. It is also a stand alone class.

  • From 3 July – Fridays @ 0730-0815

Wednesday Term Yoga will be available for five weeks from 1 July to 29 July. Classes are for a maximum of eight people. (We have two more classes in June.) If a term is not for you, the morning dailies and early bird yoga are drop in classes:

  • 1630-1730
  • 1800-1900
  • 1930-2030
  • Five week term @ £50.00

The Meditation Gatherings are well attended. Four dates were set for June. Would you like to continue through July? Are the timings working? How would you like these to develop? Do you have anything you would particularly like to explore or are you happy for me to provide the space and guide the session? These are the current times for the meetings:

  • Mondays @ 2000-2045
  • Fridays @ 1100-1145

Suggested timetable for all classes through July:

I wil be writing about free taster sessions for new yoga students. If you follow me on Instagram/Facebook you will already know about these.

Reiki shares continue on Wednesday mornings. I am continuing with my own development. I started my reiki studies in 2002 and finally spent two years with my teacher and friend, Nixie James Scott, studying reiki at teacher/master level, completing my apprenticeship in 2009 … not sure where more than 10 years has gone. During the last couple of years I have been sharing the work of Reiki Evolution (Taggart King). I really enjoy this approach. In addition to my previous studies and with Nixie’s full support, I am working with a Reiki Master/Teacher based in Exeter. I have paused my own teaching and hope to be teaching again in the Autumn. There will be a different but familiar shape to courses and I will be inviting students to return to experience connecting and considering healing energy.

This simple but profound philosophy and practice has similarities to yoga and massage and bodywork practice. If we are lucky, I guess all our roads lead back to a point of central truth.

Any questions about booking in or practice in generaly, please get in touch: contact

Yvonne x

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