Ever wondered what happens in a yoga class? Looking for yoga classes in Beckenham or live-streamed on Zoom? Check out my short film above to find out more. I’ve been teaching yoga since 2006 and it’s my passion to keep sharing this practice with our local community, even when times are super challenging.
More Yoga Classes are back IN REAL LIFE – now from September 1st.
As we continue unlocking the lockdown, I’m taking more and more classes back into real life, in beautiful venues. Classes are restricted in numbers and we are taking action to minimise the risk of Covid so that students, teachers, and other users of the Mansion are safe.
Monday Morning Rasa Yoga Rise and Shine is in the Old Library in Beckenham Place Mansion from 6 September, 9.30am (and we are live-streaming from here on Zoom)
Rasa Yoga in the Old Library in Beckenham Place Mansion IN REAL LIFE, every Wednesday 7.15pm from 1 September (Live streamed on Zoom)
Thursday Therapeutics, Rasa Yoga for Radiant Health is in the Old Library in Beckenham Place Mansion from 9 September, 9.30am (and we are live-streaming from here on Zoom)
Join me for a soulful fusion of form and flow, Rasa yoga classes to cultivate courage and compassion, and find connection. Yoga is for every body, whatever your shape, size, or level of flexibility.
You can book on my booking page
Click here for my schedule and book to join your first YogaBright class, then continue your yoga journey with this mixed ability, friendly class. Everyone is welcome to join – whether a beginner or the more advanced yogis. YogaBright offers Soulful Vinyasa Yoga classes for every body, in Beckenham and the surrounding area – and now online too.
Would you love to get back on the mat, but are feeling unsure about zoom yoga? Read on for an insight into a zoom class with me.
Back on the Mat – IRL vs Zoom
I never thought I would take part in a virtual yoga class, but here we are in 2020… I really didn’t see how it would, or could, work, but I was pleasantly surprised when I did my first class – Claire was still her usual wonderful self: knowledgeable, interesting, caring, and able to see us all and help us make adjustments where needed; there was still time for connection with the other students at the beginning and end of the class. There was also something quite lovely about being able to practice yoga at home, especially as the nights got colder and darker!
In the future, I would happily plump for either option, and it opens up the opportunity to continue your practice with Claire when you can’t be there in person.
Barbara, December 2020
There is a light that shines beyond all things on earth, beyond the highest, the very highest heavens. This is the light that shines in your heart – Chandogya Upanishad