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COVID-19 UPDATE November 5th 2020

Unfortunately with the latest Government regulations coming into force today, the studio is now CLOSED until the beginning of December.

You can still join me online in a variety of ways, finding your yoga practice from the comfort and safety of your own home - find out more about live-streamed and pre-recorded classes.

 

You can join me at the studio for a variety of classes: class descriptions are below and the current timetable can be seen here.

All classes are £7 and must be booked online, with booking opening a month in advance. Or there are a range of class passes for you to buy to give you great value for money!

You will need to have your own equipment for now.

Please read the Studio Participant Information before booking!

Let's Begin

A class designed for absolute beginners, helping them to find their feet - literally! This class will teach you the basic postures and the common cues, and hopefully give you the confidence to eventually join other classes. Each class will combine static poses with gentle flow and breathwork, and end with a deep guided relaxation.

Move

Suitable for all ages and abilities with plenty of options to make it as gentle or challenging as you need. Move is also the ideal class for beginners or a place to make your way back to the mat after a break.
In this Hatha based class, we will combine static poses with breathwork and just a little flow, designed to improve posture, strength and mobility. And we will end with a deep, guided relaxation.
A chance to stretch, feel strong, breathe, relax.

Flow

Slightly stronger and with more movement than Move, but still suitable for all abilities, Flow classes are built around flowing sequences of postures. We will consider the breath as we move, and take some time to consider appropriate options and modifications, working towards increasing strength and flexibility. And as with all classes we will end with a deep, guided relaxation.

Meditate

Beginning with some gentle stretches and movement to ease our way towards physical stillness, and then taking you through guided meditations to bring a mental stillness too. No previous experience required.

Kids & Families

With the emphasis on fun, in our Family Yoga sessions and Kids' Yoga Workshops we will explore different aspects of a yoga practice and each class will include some physical movement, breathwork, mindfulness and relaxation.
If this is something that would interest you, then dates and details can be found on FB, or by joining the mailing list to keep in touch with everything going on at the Den

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Classes

You can join me at the studio for a variety of classes: class descriptions are below and the current timetable can be seen here.
Unless otherwise stated, all classes, workshops and events are at
The Den Yoga Studio.

Prices vary, with hour-long classes for £8. And there is a range of class passes for you to buy to give you great value for money!

All classes must be booked online, with booking opening a month in advance.

You will need to have your own equipment for now.

Please read the Studio Participant Information before booking!

Begin

A class designed for absolute beginners, helping them to find their feet - literally! This class will teach you the basic postures and the common cues, and hopefully give you the confidence to eventually join other classes. Each class will combine static poses with gentle flow and breathwork, and end with a deep guided relaxation.

Tuesday 6pm ~ Thursday 7:30pm ~ Friday 9:30am

Move

The most general class on the timetable, suitable for all ages and abilities with plenty of options to make it as gentle or challenging as you need. Move is also a great class for beginners or a place to make your way back to the mat after a break. In this Hatha based class, we will combine static poses with breathwork and just a little flow, designed to improve posture, strength and mobility. And we will end with a deep, guided relaxation. A chance to stretch, feel strong, breathe, relax.

Monday 9:30am & 6pm ~ Tuesday 7:30pm ~ Thursday 6pm ~ Saturday 8:45am

Flow

Slightly stronger and with more movement than Move, but still suitable for all abilities, Flow classes are built around flowing sequences of postures. We will consider the breath as we move, and take some time to consider appropriate options and modifications, working towards increasing strength and flexibility. And as with all classes we will end with a deep, guided relaxation.

Monday 7:30pm

Elements - returning soon

Taking some inspiration from an Iyengar based practice, this is a slightly stronger class, with the emphasis on the detail. We will focus on static postures, on the alignment and integrity of each pose, to build strength, stamina and flexibility. As with all classes, we will take time to consider modifications to make each practice personal, and we will still take time to work with the breath. And then there is the relaxation at the end...

Restore (online, via Yoga-to-Go)

A gentle class, designed for those living with chronic conditions, in particular CFS/ME. A no pressure environment to gently stretch and unwind, with a supported, guided relaxation. A chance to rebalance, restore energy. This class is online, so you can enjoy as much or as little of the practice as you wish from the comfort of your own home, even the warmth of your bed if you wish. The class is monthly, and includes a recording of the session to enjoy in your own time over the following month, perhaps at a time that suits you better, or perhaps simply repeating the practice to find a sense of familiarity, a sense of comfort, a sense of ease.

Now available via Yoga-to-Go, the library of pre-recorded classes

Yin

A slow practice, yin yoga has its roots in Chinese medicine, with longer held, supported, passive postures requiring you to surrender and soften to create a stretch that works deep into the connective tissue.

With a deeply meditative quality, yin allows both body and mind to let go.

First Friday of the month 7:30pm

Meditate

Beginning with some gentle stretches and movement to ease our way towards physical stillness, and then taking you through guided meditations to bring a mental stillness too. No previous experience required.

Third Friday of the month 6pm

Reset

A class designed to release tension, unravel and unwind, iron out the kinks. No previous yoga experience is necessary, and barely moving from the ground the class is suitable for all. With gentle movement, and guided meditations, a chance to really switch off to everything else. To pause and reset. To find deep rest. To come back to you.

Third Friday of the month 7:30pm

Gong Bath

In this practice you will be invited to simply lie still, as the sound of the gong surrounds you, and the vibrations reach from head to toe.

Gong benefits include:

  • Reduce stress

  • Aid sleep

  • Release emotional blockages

  • Improve overall wellbeing

  • Give a sense of relaxation

  • Deep meditation

  • Along with many more

Fourth Friday of the month 6pm & 7:30pm

Qigong

A gentle peaceful practice, suitable for all.

Qigong is an ancient energy movement practice, connecting the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual bodies with the earth and the universe.

Using breathwork and meditation to bring you a sense of inner peace and contentment.

Third Saturday of the month 10:15am

Sleep - coming soon

Either a day-long workshop, or a 5-week course following the Sleep Recovery™ programme to give you specific, effective actions and tools to repair your sleep, moving from sleeplessness to waking up happy. With a mixture of practice and theory, over the five weeks we explore ways to support sleep and manage energy levels using a holistic approach – body, breath, mind, emotions, soul. While the Sleep Recovery programme has its roots in yoga, no previous yoga experience is necessary and all practices are completely accessible.

Kids & Families

With the emphasis on fun, in our Family Yoga sessions and Kids' Yoga Workshops we will explore different aspects of a yoga practice and each class will include some physical movement, breathwork, mindfulness and relaxation.
If this is something that would interest you, then dates and details can be found on FB, or by joining the mailing list to keep in touch with everything going on at the Den

Your guide to studio classes!

10 golden rules:

Your guide to studio classes!

10 golden rules:

  1. No-drop-ins: you MUST pre-book classes online

  2. Please do not attend classes if you are displaying any symptoms of illness, covid or otherwise

  3. Either MOVE or CANCEL your space if you can’t attend

  4. Bring your own equipment if possible, especially a mat.

  5. Arrive ‘ready to practise’ 15 minutes before your class time

  6. Wait outside the building until the door’s opened

  7. Use hand sanitiser when you come into the building & before you go into the studio

  8. Be mindful of distance as you move through the building and until settled on your mat.

  9. Take a mat space furthest from the door

  10. Leave one at a time – last in, first out

Studio Classes: 10 golden rules

Please note:

Students new to The Den (online or elsewhere) will need to complete a health questionnaire in advance. When you book your first class I will email you the form to complete which must be done before participating in classes.

 

By participating in these classes you agree to the below statements:

The decision to perform any exercise is down to the individual, and the instructor cannot accept responsibility for problems during or outside of a class. The participant agrees to take full responsibility for their actions within the class and shall work within their own limits. If you are in doubt as to your fitness, please consult your doctor beforehand. 

 

The instructor shall not be held liable for any injury, loss or damage to property and/or persons sustained during or as a result of participation in this class. I agree to listen to my body and monitor myself during every class session. 

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