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Paradise Yoga
Paradise Yoga

Timetable and Bookings for Live-Stream Classes


There are two ways to join me online for live-streamed classes:

  • Join me LIVE at the time of the class (timetable remains exactly the same as always) – I will email you the Zoom meeting details 30 mins before the class.
  • Watch the recording of the live class later – This is great if you can’t make the live class. I will send out a link to the recording of the class, so that you can do it at your leisure (link lasts 24 hours from the time of the class) 

Both methods require a valid booking and payment – to book click the “Timetable and Bookings” button above.

If, for some reason, neither of those works for you, you can join me for short, free classes on YouTube. 



If you were already booked in to a class in real life, and:

  • You do want to join a live-streamed class – wait for an email from me with details on how to join the live stream (30 mins before class)
  • You don’t want to join the live-stream – cancel your class as you normally would, and you will get a refund / credit. No stress if this is your preferred option. 


If you don’t yet have a booking and you do want to join a live-stream class:

  • Click the button “Timetable and Bookings” above – book yourself in (just like you would have done back in the normal times)
  • Wait for an email from me, 30 mins before the class, with details on how to join the live-stream AND/OR wait for the link to watch the recording of the live-stream. Link is valid for 24 hours from time of class. 

Please be patient! We will have some teething issues, connections will drop, emails won’t arrive, probably lots of other things we can’t imagine yet. But we’re in this together… And I am here to support you through this insane period. xxx

Class Descriptions

Yin Yoga

Deep | Slow | Powerful

Yin Yoga is becoming increasingly popular, and once you’ve tried it, you’ll see why! People often say it doesn’t look like much from the outside, but when you’re in it – WOW – it’s pretty special.

In this specialised style of yoga you are invited to slow down and nourish your body and your soul. Slow yet deep; passive yet challenging, Yin Yoga allows you to connect with your body in a whole new way.

Yin Yoga goes beyond working on the muscles; instead we work on the deeper connective tissues and fascia to access and release long-held injuries, stresses, pains and tension.

Suitable for any level of experience, including beginners, and especially useful for athletes in training or recovery mode.

Hatha Yoga
Move | Breathe | Relax

Hatha Yoga has become a general term for much of the yoga taught in the West today. It combines movement, breath and meditation to work body, mind, emotion, soul and more.

The Hatha Yoga that I teach is gentle, slow and simple – no difficult contortions or poses that add any stress into the body. The gentle nature of the class is designed to help students feel rejuvenated, refreshed, energised and vibrant.

The practice works deeply on the nervous system, allowing stress and tension to be released, balance to be restored to the body and calm to the mind.

These gentle classes are the perfect antidote for a busy lifestyle, and are a great entry-level class for beginners, but are suitable for all levels of experience.

Yoga Nidra
The Anxiety Antidote

Mmmmmmm. My favourite! Yoga Nidra is a delicious sleep-based relaxation exercise, that allows you to let go in a way you may never have experienced before.

In Yoga Nidra, you will lie down and simply listen. You will be guided through a ‘rotation of consciousness’ where you notice each part of your body in a sequence, followed by some guided meditations and visualisations.

Yoga Nidra takes you into a ‘hypnagogic state’ which is somewhere between waking and sleeping. You might fall asleep, but don’t worry – you still get all the benefits of the practice.

It can have profound effects on your body and mind, and is beneficial for everyone but especially those experiencing stress, anxiety, insomnia, chronic fatigue syndrome, mild depression, PTSD, chronic pain and more.

A 20-minute Yoga Nidra is the equivalent of a couple of hours of sleep, and has been called ‘the anxiety antidote’ so it is deeply restorative.

You’ll leave floating on air.

Anyone can participate in Yoga Nidra, although those suffering severe depression or mental illness are advised to discuss with the teacher and a healthcare professional beforehand.

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