Saturday Feel Good
Restorative : Nidra
Sat 11 Sept
includes herbal tea &
homemade sweet treat
What is a Restorative class?
Restorative yoga is a healing restorative session, using just a few floor-based poses held for minutes at a time. The last half of the class is a guided relaxation. The deliberate supported stillness encourages physical, emotional and mental relaxation.
Is the class suitable for me?
My Restorative yoga class is suitable for complete beginners. If you are unsure, please contact me,
Can I make a late booking?
Absolutely. But the class often runs full with a waiting list so book as early as you can to avoid disappointment.
PRICE: £13 (or use your Class Pass and pay an extra £5)
AND YOU MIGHT LIKE TO PENCIL THESE DATES FOR THE NEXT FEW CLASSES IN YOUR DIARY:
11 Sep, 23 Oct, 20 Nov
seasons change celebration SEries
Sun 21 Mar 5-7pm
Sun 20 June 5-7pm
SAT 18 Sept 5-7pm
tues 21 dec 6-8pm
This series of four special classes is new for 2021 and will help us honour the turning of the seasons.
I believe it is not only pleasant and rewarding but also crucial, to notice the seasons changing around us, and how that affects our mood, our plans and our outlook.
The four special dates are as near as possible to the Spring Equinox (this year on 20th March), the Summer Solstice (this year on 21st June), the Autumn Equinox (this year on 22nd September) and the Winter Solstice (this year on 21st December).
Each class is two hours and will use a sequence of flowing and still postures, breath practices, mudras (hand gestures) designed to help support our body and mind as we move through the seasons.
Each practice will conclude with a guided relaxation.
The Spring Equinox practice was online.
I was pleased to be able to hold the Sumer Solstice Celebration in-person at Doynton Village Hall and we will be using it for the Autumn Equinox Celebration too.
It’s about 7 miles north of Bath (Toghill Lane, Doynton, Bristol BS30 5SY). Parking is available at the front of the hall and we try to lift share where we can.
Included in the celebration are home-made snacks (made by yours truly!), good quality (always) herbal teas.
There is a lovely outside space which we’ll use if possible.
Watch this space to see who will be my special guest in September to offer us something special to complement our yoga practice.
Beginners to yoga are most welcome.
Autumn Equinox Celebration
free guided meditations
This is a short weekly practice to help you reset and find balance.
The sessions vary each week and we use visualisations, mindfulness, single pointed and open awareness techniques.
You can lie down on the floor for your meditations, sit on a sofa, the bed, a meditation cushion. Whatever suits you as long as you’re warm and comfortable and have freedom in the spine to breathe comfortably.
It’s free – and once you are on the list, you will receive the meditation straight to your inbox each week, usually on a Tuesday.
please send me a free meditation each week
fresh air yoga
When the weather and the law allows, let’s practice yoga in the park together – by the Bandstand in Bath’s Victoria Park, just below the Royal Crescent – or sometimes a little to the side (in a grassy corner by the junction of Marlborough Lane and Royal Avenue)
The next class is planned for Friday 23rd April 5:30-6:15pm with covid-secure guidelines.
Spaces are open to adults of all abilities and are a beautiful opportunity to practice together safely, immersed in nature. You will need to bring your own mat and blanket and wear clothes appropriate for the weather. We will follow covid-secure practices of keeping 1.5-2m between each other.
I bring a homemade treat and herbal tea bags to share for after the class
Each class is 45 minutes and can be booked as a one-off class or you can use your Class Pass.
If you would like to be on the WhatsApp group, please let me know!