Supportive breath and movement practices from the comfort of your own home
Introducing our online monthly membership
We have been listening to your feedback and are really excited about expanding the ways in which we can support you with your practice.
Having your own ‘tool box’ of simple, accessible practices to support health and wellbeing each day is so important. We are all different and we also need different things each day. Some days we might feel a bit static and need to move and shift energy and other days we might just need to lie down with bolsters and blankets and soothe our nervous system. We have put together this library of videos to support you, so that you can practice at home at a time that suits you. Whether you are a complete beginner or more experienced practitioner, we hope that you find these resources helpful.
Not everyone has a reliable internet connection or can get to a regular class in person and in these extraordinary times that we are all living through, connecting in person is simply not an option for many of us right now. We also understand that it can sometimes feel a little bit daunting to turn up to a class, especially if you are new to yoga. So being able to explore carefully designed practices from the comfort of your own home, at a time and that works for you, can be really helpful.
Exploring the practices
There is so much more to yoga than postural practice and our aim is to offer as broad a range of classes and resources as well can, as we develop this library, and are excited to be collaborating with some wonderful teachers and educators who will be sharing their experience and love for these practices.
We have included a range of yoga classes of different lengths from slower, gentle classes as well as more dynamic flowing ones. As well as the guided yoga class practices, we have included breath awareness, yoga nidra and restorative practices. We have also included some tips and technique videos to explore, such as functional movement for the hips, spine and shoulder girdle. There are also some specific resources, such as a guide to learning the vinyasa count for Ashtanga yoga practitioners and most importantly, a library of mini lectures introducing some of the history and philosophy of yoga that is at the root of all of these practices.
At less than £1 per day, we hope that we have made access to these resources as affordable as possible.