As cheesy as it sounds, it’s true that if you have a body, then yoga can be experienced through it; you don’t have to be “flexible” nor is flexibility a predetermined goal of the practice.

I primarily offer yoga lessons in the Frog Lotus Yoga style either in my private studio or in your practice space, as well as online. Unless otherwise discussed, each class will last approximately 75 minutes; and can be booked as a one-off or scheduled as regularly as you desire.

  • Vinyasa flow – this is an active practice that links one āsana (pose) to the next using the breath. It can be personalised depending on your needs, fitness level, and desired long-term outcomes; for one-to-one lessons you can come to my private studio, or I can come to your home or other practice space – either way I have all the tools & props you’ll need for your practice
  • Restorative – during this lesson we will use props (blankets, bolsters, etc) extensively to support your body and eliminate unnecessary straining, allowing you to relax fully into each āsana. This is a great addition to your busy, stressful life – 75 minutes just for you to totally relax & unwind, all the while still working with your body & breath
  • Chair – chair yoga is a great style of yoga for anyone with reduced mobility, medical needs, or physical limitations that prevent them from a mat-based yoga practice; it’s easily adapted to the particular needs of each student or community and can be an entirely seated practice, or incorporate standing poses using a chair for additional support and stability.
  • Nidrā – otherwise known as “yogic sleep”, “effortless relaxation”, or “non-sleep deep rest” (NSDR – a term coined by Dr Andrew Huberman); yoga nidrā is a wonderful short practice which allows both the body and mind to rest fully
  • Online – perhaps you’d like to take yoga classes with me, but travel is impractical; or maybe you’d rather schedule a lesson at a time that fits into your busy life without leaving your home or office; or it could be that you’d just like yo avoid going out on a cold, rainy night (I don’t blame you!). The good news is that an online lesson could be perfect for you! All you need is a well-lit room, something to video call from, and a yoga mat (props are a bonus but not necessary). You’ll get the same one-to-one attention, the only difference is I won’t be physically there with you

To see my current classes, and to book please see my schedule; for one-to-one lessons, corporate, or other group bookings please get in touch so we can discuss your requirements.

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