Can't make one of the regular yoga classes in the Hinterland?
Or do you prefer the privacy or personalised attention of a one on one session?
Perhaps its simply more convenient for you to practice in the comfort of your own home.
If so, an online method may work for you.
To read more about one on one sessions, see the 1:1 tab HERE.
One of the things that I finally achieved during lockdown was teaching online. During the 10 weeks, a group of students stuck it out, many of whom had never used Zoom before. With support, we did it, and they loved it as it maintained a thread of social connection during a time of isolation. It was such a rewarding experience for me as a teacher. Today, some of these students are still not ready to return to face to face classes, and as such I now teach face to face and live together, at times.
You are able to access any of my chair yoga classes online via Zoom, or Facebook Live. Bookings essential. I am happy to assist with this if you have never done it before.
In the meantime, here is a chair yoga class for you to try out at home!...
Set up a quiet space at home for your practice!
If you have family at home, don't let this be an obstacle. I've become very used to doing my home practice amongst kids and dogs and all sorts of other distractions - and that is half the challenge! Pratyahara. How still can you remain amongst the beautiful mess of life!
Make a dedicated space - roll out your mat/s, re-arrange furniture if you have too.
Props - bolsters, cushions, yoga blocks (or a tupperware container!), a chair, an eye pillow, a towel. What ever it is you need to feel comfortable.
Make it sacred by adding in an altar with a candle, essential oil, a vase of flowers from the garden, and perhaps a picture of people that you love or who you live up too - for honour. Maybe even your journal to write in afterwards.
And of course the tech bit: a spot for your laptop or tablet/ipad. Connect a speaker if needed to improve sound out of your device. I will not be having any music playing, so perhaps, provided you can still hear ok, you may like to play soft music in the background. My yoga playlists are available through Spotify: ChairYoga (instrumental only); Yoga; Yoga Chill Playlist.