Classes

Timetable

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Classes are currently as follows:

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow
Wednesdays. 9.45-11am.
Horringer Community Centre
Weavers Cottages, 2 The St, Horringer, Bury Saint Edmunds IP29 5SA

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow
Wednesdays. 6.30-7.45pm.
Erskine Centre
Chevington Road, Chedburgh, Bury Saint Edmunds IP29 4UL

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow (From 9th September)
Thursdays. 9.45-11am.
Victory Sports Ground
Nowton Road, Bury Saint Edmunds IP33 2BT

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow (No class from 23rd July to 3rd September incl.)
Fridays. 9.45-11am.
Erskine Centre
Chevington Road, Chedburgh, Bury Saint Edmunds IP29 4UL

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow (No class from 23rd July to 3rd September incl.)
Fridays. 6.30-7.45pm.
Erskine Centre
Chevington Road, Chedburgh, Bury Saint Edmunds IP29 4UL

l also teach a Tuesday morning class at The Self Centre, Kempson Way, Bury St Edmunds, IP32 7AR. Booking for this can be done via the Self Centre.

What to expect

Hatha Yoga – Slow Flow is a style of yoga that brings the breath and movement together. We will start with calming breath awareness (Pranayama) followed by a series of postures (Asanas) designed to release any stresses, strains and tensions held in the body. There will be a guided relaxation at the end of the class.

Suitable for all ages and ranges of ability and experience.

What to wear

It is best to wear comfortable clothing that will stay put but not restrict your breathing or movement.  Yoga is practised bare foot so no need for trainers!

Yoga socks, which are grippy on the bottom, can be worn if you feel the need to cover your feet.

What to bring

Please bring your own mat. These can be purchased from various retailers at a reasonable price and it would be useful if you can also provide your own yoga block, two bricks and some kind of strap (can be a dressing gown cord or tie if you don’t want to purchase a strap).

I have a stock of blocks, bricks and straps which you are welcome to purchase from me for £5 an item if you wish to invest.

The venues for face-to-face classes will be kept well ventilated to allow for air circulation so please dress accordingly and bring something warm for relaxation.

It is not advised to drink during a yoga class as it releases your energy but please do bring some water for after the class.

Should I eat before practising yoga?

Yoga should not be practised with a full stomach, so it is best not to have a full meal within 2 hours of the class. Please do have a small snack if needed. 

COVID-19

Due to the current pandemic certain measures are in place to keep everyone safe which I kindly ask you to read and adhere to. I will be keeping a record of attendance for purposes of NHS track and trace and ask that you let me know if you become unwell within two days of attending one of my classes.

  • please bring your own yoga mat, block, bricks and strap
  • please scan the NHS track and trace QR code upon entering the venue
  • please sanitise your hands upon entering the venue
  • please situate your mat 2 metres apart
  • please do not gather in a group on entering or exiting the venue
  • please do not attend the class if you have any symptoms relating to coronavirus or are self isolating
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