Hatha and Yin yoga classes



What can you expect?

Hatha Yoga

A deep release yoga class designed to relax, de-stress and rejuvenate you at every level. Slower than a flow practice, but still challenging, with more of an emphasis on deep stretches, alignment and mindful breathing. A mixed level class, beginners can take advantage of the slower pace to build their awareness and skills whilst more experienced practitioners can deepen their practice. With an easy, chilled out feel, these hatha yoga classes are a great place to get to understand core yoga asanas (postures) and to consciously deepen your practice both on and off the mat.

Fridays 10-11am at ZenYoga, 24A Camberwell Grove, London SE5 8RE
Please book your space in advance on the schedule below.
Drop in £13 or buy a Class Pass for 5 classes at £60 (valid for 60 days).
Note that you still need to book a place when using your Class Pass. 

Yin Yoga

A slow meditative practice, focused on mainly floor based postures held for several minutes to encourage the body to release deeply held tension in the joints, ligaments and connective tissues.  Finding stillness, awareness and presence while you stay with your ‘edge’ (the point where you are physically and mentally challenged but still at ease) helps to bring a sense of calm, balance and wellbeing as we learn to pay attention to where we are at. Postures work on the energetic body as meridians (energy channels) are stimulated and nourished. Great to balance with more dynamic practices and an antidote to our fast-paced lifestyles.

Sundays 10.30-11.30am online
Get your zoom link by booking on the schedule below. £9.

One to one yoga

Please contact me for further information.

Recordings of classes

To practice in the comfort of your home – available on request. These are offered on a donation basis via PayPal HERE.

Please read before attending a class 

Wear loose, comfortable clothes for practice and refrain from a heavy meal for 2 hours before practice. Feel free to bring your own mat or you can use studio equipment.

Yoga can help improve your health and wellbeing, but it’s important to listen to your body and work to your own limits. To reduce the risk of injury, never force or strain yourself and stop if you feel pain or dizziness. If you have any existing medical conditions, please first seek advice from your doctor.  If you are pregnant, please refrain from practice for the first trimester. After that, for those with a regular practice, refrain from twists or abdominal tightening asanas.  Yogabliss assumes no responsibility or liability for any injuries or losses that may result from practicing yoga whether online or face to face.

Please ensure you complete a health questionnaire prior to your first class when booking.