What do you need to practice?
Other than a clear floor space you can easily lay down in, you really don't need anything special to practice Yoga. The following are helpful:
Yoga mat (if you don't have one a large towel or blanket is fine too)
Bolster (this is to sit on and can be substituted with a cusion, pillow, or folded blanket)
Block (a few books can be used instead, as a steady support for some postures)
Blanket (to keep yourself warm during relaxation)
"We can't thank you enough Helen for running the Yoga course at Co-Lab for the staff team. It had such a huge impact on us all and gave us the time out from our busy jobs. We all left each week floating!
Great skill in including everyone of varying level and flexibility! Thank you so much."
Ella, Wellbeing Co-ordinator, Co-Lab
Yoga classes are currently being offered online,
full details below
Class Payment Options
£7 DROP-IN PRICE
(or equivalent in €)*
(if you want to attend but payment is an obstacle, contact me here)
(starting at just £20 per month)
*Online sessions are subject to occasional changes, if this happens you will always be offered a full refund or the option to carry forward any session you have already paid for.
Online Class Details
**NEW TIME** 8.30 - 9.15am**NEW TIME**
‘Start the Week Well’
Start the week as you mean to go on with a sense of clarity and focus!
This session will be infused with elements of Hatha Yoga practices, bringing awareness into the body and connecting to the breath, leaving you feeling energised, relaxed and clear-minded for the week ahead.
Suitable for everybody, particularly for beginners to Yoga.
(no Class Monday 14th June
NEXT SESSION MONDAY 21st JUNE)
7.00 - 8.00pm
Dynamic Hatha Yoga
‘Explore Your Potential’
Build strength and deepen your practice as you awaken your inner energy potential.
This session is an opportunity for you to bring fine attention to each posture, focussing on building strength and awareness in equal measure, as we challenge ourselves to discover our potential, both on and off the Yoga mat.
Suitable for those with a little Yoga Experience.
Currently on hold
(resuming again soon)
6.30 - 7.45pm
Delve deeply into kindness with traditional Hatha Yoga practices!
Through practices from the Hatha Yoga tradition, including Asana (physical postures), Pranayama (breathing practices), Kriyas (cleansing Practices), and Yoga Nidra (relaxation), this session encourages you to explore your capabilities, with an emphasis on compassion and kindness towards yourself.
Suitable for everybody.
(no class Thursdays 10th & 17th June
NEXT SESSION THURSDAY 24th JUNE)
Online Yoga is an excellent way of bringing employees together, even when they are physically apart.
The shared experience of Yoga for your work community provides an opportunity to build connection between those participating, as well as increasing activity levels and potentially improving fitness and mental wellbeing.
Benefits of Workplace Yoga Include:
-Relief of physical tensions
(backache & tension headaches)
-Increased fitness levels
-Increased staff morale and overall wellbeing
-Improved sense of connection between colleagues
-Improved productivity due to better mental function
Sessions can be offered to suit your requirements:
-Corporate Membership to Online Subscriptions for employees
-Tailor-Made Daily or weekly sessions
(early morning / lunchtime / after work)
-One-off wellbeing events or workshops
-Sessions with specific focus:
'Yoga for desk-based workers'
(to ease backache / neck / shoulder tension)
-Chair-based Yoga sessions (between 15 - 45 minutes)
To enquire about how we can work together to bring Yoga to your business or community group...
...we would love to hear from you!
"Brilliant yoga class thank you! Relaxing, pressure free and done at your own pace/ability, would recommend to anyone!"
“I can't speak highly enough of this lovely lady's talent. Helen has the most incredible talent of guiding you through an afternoon of delicious restorative yoga. Her calming voice, upbeat nature and ability to raise a smile or tease a little giggle is a delight.”