I’ve just taught a face to face yoga lesson in my garden and it was wonderful! I felt nervous. This was not because of the pandemic but because I felt I was stepping into the new and unknown, then my lovely person turned up and it was completely normal, familiar, lovely and human. She has confirmed that she is a very happy outdoor student!
Yoga teachers have been able to teach outside to groups of six for sometime but as the online provision suited most of you, I decided to continue classes online and these still continue. We have been meeting online for 17 weeks! After some organisation at the weekend, I am very happy to say that there is access to my garden, where there is a private space to work together in the real world. In line with Government guidelines, we are able to maintain a distance of two metres and there is copious fresh air.
You can book online or contact me direct. I will contact you on the day of your lesson to confirm that the weather is on our side (and to check that you have none of the Covid-19 symptoms or been in contact with someone who has Covid-19).
I could teach a small group in the garden but it isn’t a nice flat rectangular space! It’s a Long Ashton up and down garden! If a few of you fancy giving it a go let me know and I will set up a taster session.
All online provision remains. Thank you for your continued support and openness to doing yoga differently. I think we have all adapted incredibly well. Yoga = strength and flexibility; wouldn’t be without it.