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About the Yoga offered:

Yoga for Resilience

Rest your body...

Calm you mind..

Find peace and ease 

The unique style of Yoga you will experience here incorporates:


Add elements of Restorative and Slow Yoga and the result is a gentle blend of rest and nurturing to rejuvenate your body, replenish your energy and calm your mind.

Slow yoga not only calms and centres you, it changes your neurology and increases your resilience, so that you're able to deal with any challenges that cross your path in a way that is more beneficial for your health and wellbeing. 

Classes begin with a relaxing meditation, to quieten your busy mind and help calm you from the demands of your everyday life, before moving into a series of slow movements combining with the breath to create inner peace and harmony.

Classes are suitable for all ages and abilities and will help you feel more able to adapt to the challenges you face in your life, build your resilience, finding acceptance and flexibility in your body, mind and spirit. As you move through the postures you will become more mindful of your breath and begin to feel more calm and at ease.​

  • slow, gentle movement

  • breath work and

  • creative visualisation.

  • No previous experience is necessary.

Class Schedule

Tuesday Tranquillity Yoga - 1:30 to 2:30PM

Wednesday Wellness Yoga - 7:30 to 8:30PM

What you'll need:


You won't need much to enjoy these classes:

If you're attending a face-to-face class in Wonga Park:

  • Everything is provided:

    • Mats​

    • Blocks

    • Bolsters

    • Blankets

    • anything you need for your comfort.

  • Of course, if you'd prefer to bring your own then you are very welcome to do that.

If you're joining me on Zoom, it would be good to have:

  • A quiet place where you can let go of external distractions

  • something to go on the floor underneath you - a yoga mat, if you have one or a blanket or towel work well too.

  • A blanket to keep you warm and cosy during the meditation.

  • Books or cans of food make great blocks.

  • Cushions, pillows or rolled up blankets can be used as bolsters.

For more information you can email me. Just click here:
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