With all of the challenges that coronovirus has brought us, our families and communities it really is a strange and uncertain time. There are of course some 'silver linings' - having breakfast outside when it's sunny and not having to drive to and from the station every day come to mind - and yet it feels difficult to get into the rhythm of this new 'normal'.
I am finding that walking is a good way to clear the head and practising Yoga certainly helps too! Moving our bodies and connecting to the present moment (trying not to overthink things) feels extra important in a time like this - although it isn't easy, we can but try!
As you may already know Yoga in the village hall is on hold for now, so I have moved some of my classes online. Bit by bit I will be looking to offer online classes and content, so if you are interested do keep an eye on my website (www.crabyoga.com).
For now, there are classes each Wednesday morning at 9am for the village which take place via a platform called Cisco Webex Meetings.
There is now also a 4.30pm ‘Slow Flow’Live streamed via webex – email me for more details.
I teach from my home and you can join in via a downloadable app from your phone, computer or other device at home. It is £5 for one person per online class, or £8 if the wider household would like to join in too!
Once you have signed up to a class, I will then send you a meeting number and a password with an optional music playlist for you to listen to during class. More information will be sent out once you book.
If you have questions or queries about whether starting Yoga would be suitable for you please send me an email and we can organise to have a chat.