In-person Classes

If you would love to join me back in the Yoga room, I would love to welcome you! Currently I’m just offering one in-person weekly class on Tuesday mornings for 7 weeks. There may be more depending on requests. The best way to stay in the loop is to ensure you are on my mail-list.

Classes are for women and those identifying as women. All body shapes and sizes and flexibility levels are very welcome here.

If you have been experiencing anxiety, depression, depletion, stress, tiredness or any combination, you are very welcome here.

Classes are small in size, and supportive, and no prior Yoga experience is required.

With current government restrictions, 4 students are allowed in the Yoga room. Your booking is for the term. All current restrictions will be observed including social distancing and mask-wearing.

If restrictions do not permit us to meet in-person for any one (or more) of the sessions, we will switch to zoom.

If you are unable to attend a class due to illness or any reason, you may wish to request to attend one of Karen’s classes on zoom for that week.

If you wish to attend these Tuesday in-person classes, and also the online zoom classes, each is a separate fee so please ensure you book for both.

You will need to bring your own yoga gear. Please BYO mat, 3 or more blankets, and an eye-cover. If you have your own yoga bolster or yoga blocks, great, but not essential.

NO, you are never too inflexible for Yoga.

YES! – New students are most welcome to join.

For information on PRIVATE LESSONS, please read more here.

Class description

HATHA YOGA with Yoga nidra

Classes will include Asana (yoga postures), mindful somatic movement, Pranayma (Yogic breathing), Mudra (gestures), Yoga Nidra and Meditation practices.

Yoga Nidra, an ancient Yogic practice, which translates as ‘Yogic Sleep’, is a way of bringing body and mind and all levels of one’s being back to equilibrium, to one’s natural state of harmony.

With regards to the physical yoga postures and practices, the class is a combination of slow mindful movement to warm and open, gentle stretching poses, strengthening practices, balancing practices, as well as Restorative Yoga.   

There are many options and variations are provided throughout, and you will be encouraged to practice in a way that is most suitable and kind for yourself.

Classes are breath-centred and encourage mindfulness and present moment awareness.

Maybe you have been experiencing stress, tension, or anxiety, or other mental-health problems, and wish to learn techniques to calm body and mind.

This class may also help you with recovery from illness or injury, as relaxing the body and quieting thoughts and emotions, and quieting all levels of one’s being can be a wonderful support to the healing process.

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