Tune in and find your inner pace
Have you always been interested in yoga, but don’t know where to begin or feel shy about joining a class?
Is your body craving movement but you feel too inflexible, too tense, too uncoordinated to do yoga?
Are you feeling stressed and overwhelmed and feel like yoga could help you to navigate the world with ease?
I know what you might think about yoga - it’s for bendy types who love acrobatic challenges. But yoga is not for show and the way I teach is not exclusive.
In fact, I would say my mission since day one has been to hold the door open to those who might not feel they belong in the world of yoga, because yoga is for everyone.
Let’s find a way to work together so that you can enjoy the benefits of this beautiful practice. No judgement. No dogma. No discrimination.
I welcome you with open arms.
I encourage everyone to adapt yoga for their bodies, not the other way around.
I don’t try to be a model for my students; I am a facilitator and guide.
I admit my limitations and remind students that it’s the journey, not the destination that counts.
I don’t teach regimented practices or very advanced postures; I'm not your teacher for arm balances.
I’m interested in yoga that inspires embodied movement and feels playful, soothing and exploratory.
I teach yoga that helps us to be kinder to ourselves so we can be kinder to others.
I strive to teach classes that are accessible to a range of abilities and backgrounds.
If you want to explore a physical practice that is gentle and yielding yet will get your body warm and your blood flowing, then my style, which is influenced by the following methods, might be just right for you.
Vinyasa Flow yoga - movement coordinated with the breath at a slow and soothing pace (often set to music)
Yoga Synergy method - a yoga method comprised of spinal movements that inspire natural breathing and makes you feel like you've had a full body massage
Well-Woman yoga - safe and supportive practices for the womb that combine gentle flow with restorative postures, mantra, mudra and breathing
Sound yoga - incorporating chanting, humming or bathing in healing sounds to connect more deeply with one’s inner vibration
Meditation - the practice of stilling the body to still the mind - often offered at the end of physical practice
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My Zoom Schedule
Mon 7:50-8:50AM - Good Morning Yoga Flow
Wed 6:30-7:45PM - Wind Down Yoga Flow
Sat 10:30-11:45AM - Energise Yoga Flow
£15 per class
£60 for 5 classes (£12 per class - 2 month expiry)
Since March 21st, 2020 when the UK went into lockdown, I have been teaching live classes online from home via Zoom. I also teach regular classes at The Yoga Bar in Twickenham and Richmond.
Tues 7:45-8:45AM - Morning Flow (The Yoga Bar Twickenham)
Wed 7:45-8:45AM - Morning Flow (The Yoga Bar Richmond)
Thurs 6-7PM - Yoga Foundations (The Yoga Bar Twickenham)
For more information on pricing and to book, visit The Yoga Bar website
The Yoga Bar Schedule
If you're interested in one-to-one or semi-private instruction in your home or workplace and live in the SW London area (Richmond, Saint Margaret's, Twickenham, Kew, Chiswick) I am happy to bring the yoga to you or we can organise a session over Zoom.
These sessions are bespoke, tailored to your needs and your particular interest in incorporating yoga into your life. Because of this, they are particularly rewarding and can be set up as a series of sessions or teamed together with health coaching.
Click here to fill out a short form about your interest in private yoga sessions and history and we’ll figure out the best way to get you started.
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What people say
Online yoga classes with Kate have been so good for my physical and mental health during these months at home. Kate has created a real sense of community for those taking part, and brings energy and inspiration to every class. The tailored playlists are fantastic, and support both the inner and outer work of yoga.