Timetable of classes September - December 2020 (see below)
Rebecca, yoga teacher, Hurstpierpoint
Davy, Yoga teacher, Brighton
Online AND in the Hall
As we move back to yoga in the hall, some people would like to carry on with zoom classes. To facilitate this I will be offering zoom access
to the hall classes. There are also one or two classes that are exclusively zoom (see timetable below). Numbers in the hall will be strictly limited to allow 2m social distancing as per government guidelines; the hall will be cleaned before and after
each class; we will enter through the main entrance and exit through the back of the hall. Please bring your own mat, blanket and any other equipment.
How to Pay and Register
Classes are now booked per term (half a term / 6 classes is possible, please get in touch). There are 12 classes per term. The cost for 12 classes is £102 per term. If you miss a class you are welcome to drop into any other class on zoom to make up for the one you've missed.
On zoom you can register for any 12 classes during the term.
Drop in classes £9.50, please email for link.
To book please complete the following steps:
- 1. Pay via bank transfer (Bank details: Sophie Mills, Barclays Bank, Sort Code: 20-12-75 Account: 70988359)
- 2. Complete the appropriate registration form via the links on the timetable below.
Please note class passes expire at the end of December 2020 (no classes will be carried in to the new year). Please make up any classes you miss during the term.
(If you are looking at the timetable below on a phone, please rotate your phone to see the zoom links!)
New Term Dates: September 1st - December 11th
- Please do not arrive more than 5 minutes before the start of your class as the hall has to be cleaned between sessions;
- Please do observe social distancing when inside the village hall;
- Hand sanitizer is available at the hall entrance and hall exit. Please use it on entering the hall and on leaving;
- The hall will be well ventilated;
- There are markings in the hall to help you place your mat 2 metres from others. Please leave your shoes and other belongings next to your mat. Please be extremely aware of maintaining social disctancing while entering the hall and placing your equipment;
- After class please leave promptly through the fire exits at the back of the hall as teh hall has to be cleaned after the session ends and before the next session begins;
- We will only be able to use the upstairs toilet. Please do not use the downstairs toilet;
- Please do not come to the hall if you feel unwell or if you or any of your household have any COVID-19 symptoms;
- Masks: please wear a mask as you enter and exit the hall. Once settled on your mat, you can place your mask next to you with your other belongings. You do not have to wear a mask while doing yoga;
- Please inform me via email if you are not attending a class. This is of vital importance as the class register must be accurate in accordance with government guideline so that all members of the class can be contacted where necessary;
- If your class cannot run in the hall as the hall is in use or the teacher has symptoms of Covid 19, the class will run on zoom that day.
Q-If I miss a class in the hall can I come to any other class in the hall instead?
A- No because of social distancing it is no longer possible to drop into a class that you have not signed up to. You can however make up the class you missed by attending any class on zoom.
Q- If I miss a class on zoom can I swop classes?
A- Yes you can come to any zoom class that you would like to to make up for the one you have missed.
Q- Can I borrow a yoga mat/blocks/blankets in the hall?
A- Please bring your own equipment to class. If you forget one day, you are welcome to borrow a mat/blanket, please take it home with you and wash and return when you can.
The Different Types of Yoga Classes
This is a deeply restful and challenging class during which we explore a variety of yoga poses to improve strength and flexibility, and breathing techniques to
restore the body and calm the mind. Basic meditation techniques, yoga Nidra and mindfulness techniques are enormously relaxing and help to reduce stress. These simple techniques taught in class can then be used in simple ways to improve everyday life.
These classes are suitable for all ages and abilities.
Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, flowing and energising form of yoga, where postures are linked in a sequence in coordination with deep breathing. Regular practice of Ashtanga yoga increases flexiblity and strength, purifies the body, calms and focuses the mind and promotes