You can sign up for our classes in advance via our timetable page, just as you usually would. We’ll send a unique link out to the email address associated with your account around 15 minutes before the class starts so that you have time to iron out any technical issues and settle into your space.
Once the live stream begins, you can practice with us in real time from the comfort and safety of your home.
Each of the spots available in our classes is sustainably priced for you and very valuable to us so if something comes up and you can no longer make it to class please do remember to cancel your reservation. You can do so online any time before the class starts.
At this time, we’re experimenting with live streaming our classes and will not be enforcing any cancellation policies.
The number of spaces in our live streamed classes is unlimited.
Help us keep our offering afloat by spreading the word – absolutely anybody anywhere can practice with us.
First of all, we want to do everything we can to keep you safe on the mat so before practicing, head here to share a little information about your health with us.
If you are dealing with an injury or chronic pain but feel strong enough to practice yoga or even, that yoga might be useful for your recovery – get in touch and walk us through your limitations.
If you have any concerns about moving your body whilst ‘unsupervised’ during a live streamed class, reach out to us and we’ll do our best to work through it together.
Our ‘Beginner’s Practice’ classes are streamed on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, the content is designed for those that are completely brand new to yoga, they are super slow moving and give newcomers a chance to get to grips with the basic postures and become familiar with principles of the way breath is used in yoga too.
We realise it can feel intimidating to practice yoga for the very first time so we have cultivated a reassuringly welcoming environment in which no question is too silly
Congratulations! How far along are you? It’s recommended that you don’t practice at all until at least 12-14 weeks in to your pregnancy, it’s best to allow time for all of the many changes that are happening in your body to settle before attending a yoga class.
Once the first trimester is over though, join us for our live streamed ‘Women’s Only Yoga’ class on Saturday mornings, it’s a safe, slow moving, comforting practice that’s been designed specifically to be accessible for pregnant bodies.
Again, we want to do everything we can to keep you safe on the mat – especially when pregnant – so before booking in, head here to share a little information about your health with us.
There is little need for any equipment, a yoga mat helps but isn’t essential if you’re comfortable moving around on your own flooring.
Set yourself up in a comfortable space at home with blankets, cushions, blocks or books and pillows – we’ll work together to create DIY props for restorative and yin practices.