A few weeks ago I reached out to my small but dedicated group of yogin’s to see if they wanted to share their lockdown yoga experiences. I ‘met’ Pam for the first time during my lockdown #1 yoga classes, we have yet to meet in real life.
Continue reading Pam’s Year Of Online Yoga Classes Through Lockdown
One of the benefits of your yoga lessons now taking place in the comfort of your own home, is that you can design a unique yoga environment for yourself!
Continue reading How to set up your home online yoga space
Following a fascinating conversation at the end of one of our 10 AM meditation meetings I wanted to put down some of my thoughts about the impact of yoga and meditation for mental health.
Continue reading Yoga For Anxiety, Depression & Dementia
Choosing the right yoga class for yourself is a tricky consideration, learning the correct thing at the correct time is the gift of courageous decision making, providence or is it grace. Who knows?
Continue reading Live yoga classes or YouTube yoga?
How does it work?
Daily live yoga classes are held via Zoom, you can download the app to your phone, tablet or laptop. I send you an invitation to the class to your email address, all you have to do is click the link and the class starts.
You can buy a single class, a week of morning classes or evening classes. week of classes
Will everyone be able to see me doing yoga?
No. Nobody can see into your space, I turn off video functionality on your side as you sign in. You can turn off your video sharing to further prevent this from happening.
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Single Yoga Class (Evening)
Select multiples to buy more than 1. You can use these at your convenience. Experience the deep chill, see you on the mat!
To book for the week
Book x5 PM online yoga classes.
Book 3 morning online yoga classes.
What if I don’t have PayPal?
That’s ok, you can also use the links above to pay via your card.
Can I pay for more than 1 week?
Yes. You can select the number of weeks when completing your purchase using the buttons above.
Can anyone in my household join in?
Yes. And this is no extra charge for this. If they have any concerns they can email me or read the information here.
It will be a new learning experience for all involved, however; I will still tailor each online yoga class depending on whom is present. Whether you have been practicing with me for years or just a few classes, I have a good understanding about your physiology as well as where in you development you are. Each class can be adapted to suit the needs of those present.
How do I join?
You can pay right now using the options above.
Classes to continue & What you need to do
This post seeks to update you on COVID-19 and and yoga classes in Hertford and Ware.
Continue reading Update: Yoga Stays Open
The following post is a summary of our last 1 day yoga retreat at Waterford Village Hall back in Autumn 2019. We had 15 guests who completed feedback forms, you can see a summary of their comments of the day by clicking on the link below.
Continue reading Silent Retreat – Yoga Day
A guest post by Yogini Jill
“You have cancer”. The 3 words no one ever wants to hear. It took my breath away. Literally. I stopped breathing and almost passed out. Once I gained composure, I knew I had to be strong. Strong in my mind. I knew I was going to lose control of what was going to happen to my physical body but I still had control of my mental state. And that’s where Yoga came in.
Continue reading My Yoga Story
Thursday night Yoga classes in Hertford at 8:15 until 9:15 have started. We’ll be using the same location as on Monday evenings – £8, 46A St Andrew Street, Hertford, SG14 1JA
Ideal for Beginners and those new to Yoga
Continue reading Thursday Night Yoga Is Here
The power of giving shines through Yoga and this was beautifully demonstrated recently by our little group of Hertfordshire Yogi’s. Continue reading £8,000 raised in one day of Sun Salutations
Mondays 8:15pm until 9:15pm
After months of looking for the right location I’m pleased to inform you that Yoga classes will now be available on Monday evenings in Hertford. Continue reading Monday Night Yoga In Hertford
This post is for those of us that LOVE our Yoga practice. For the obsessive ones that might travel a distance to make a class, will try any type of yoga and still take something positive from it, who after a day of not practicing start to feel strange. Continue reading 5 golden rules for cultivating your Sadhana
How is Yoga different from exercise? Continue reading Psychology of Yoga
If you landed here because you were searching for meditation classes in Hertford – you’ve probably read or heard of meditation as a means of relaxation, improving mental health or even productivity at work. Don’t worry this post isn’t going to be about how meditation can make everything in your life better, instead I’ll go into some detail on the type of meditation that you can expect when you come to Yoga and Meditation at the Mill Bridge Rooms, Hertford. Continue reading Learn To Meditate in Hertford
This post is based on the most frequently asked questions that people email me about. It will help give you a quick breakdown of the general things you can expect when you come to Yoga Hertford
or Yoga Ware
Continue reading Yoga Hertford: What To Expect
Yoga for weight loss has been a recurring theme of late, after the fifth person this month asked:
“Can Yoga help you lose weight?”
Continue reading Yoga Weight Loss
In an earlier post I asked the question: “What is Hatha Yoga?” This post will seek to build on that earlier discussion and probably make things even more confusing. Continue reading What is Kundalini?
If you are new to Yoga Hertford you probably have a lot of questions like; what is yoga? Or what are the different types of Yoga? These types of open questions are a useful device because it means we keep an open mind as we practice, that’s super important. All of my classes are suitable for beginners yoga.
Yoga can be bad for you if you have an preexisting health condition and through the practice of certain positions your condition becomes worse. It is the role of the teacher to keep you safe. There has been a lot of research into Asana (Yoga postures), and with the guidance of Osteopaths and other body work specialists there is no reason why anyone’s health should be compromised when practicing Yoga. Continue reading Is Yoga bad for you?