Classes

Mixed ability classes

Ivybridge

Dates & times: Mondays 7.15-8.45pm – focusing on the sequences & techniques of Vinyasa Krama yoga. Suitable beginners/experienced. 
Venue: Currently online
Cost: £7.50 or a block of classes for £45, to be used within 2 calendar months.

South Brent

Dates & times: Wednesdays 6.45pm-8.15pm – Similar to Monday evening. Suitable beginners/experienced. 
Venue: Currently online
Cost: £7.50 or a block of classes for £45, to be used within 2 calendar months.

Gentle Yoga including some chair yoga

South Brent

Dates & times: Wednesdays 10.15-11.45am – gentle class with some chair yoga, also standing and floor sequences.
Venue: Currently online
Cost: £7.50 or a block of classes for £45, to be used within 2 calendar months.

Children’s Yoga & Mindfulness

Children’s yoga has all the benefits of adults – improved physical health (particularly helping motor skills), calming for the mind (thereby sharpening focus, concentration and learning), helping alleviate stress, plus nurturing self-esteem and confidence. For children especially, it helps to give a healthy head start in life, crucial for engaging with our fast-paced challenging world.

No current classes but will run sessions for schools/groups on demand

Chair Yoga for the Gentle Years – these classes on hold until venues re-open

Gentle Chair yoga. Suitable for seniors/others with less mobility. Very friendly & welcoming classes. Chance to meet others & chat after. If coming for the first time, give me a call 07765 631877.

South Brent – will resume after lockdown

Dates and times: Thursdays 3.30-4.15pm 
Venue: Palstone Recreation Hall

Cost: £3-5 sliding scale

Totnes

Dates & times: to be announced soon
Venue: to be announced soon

Cost: £3-5 sliding scale

These 2 classes were initially supported by Solutions for an Ageing Society Awards Scheme and its partners, namely Devon Community Foundation, UnLtd, Esmee Fairbairn and the South West Academic Health Science Network. A further small grant was received from the South Devon and Torbay Grants Fund.

They then had support from Age UK and Yoga Quota. They now need to be financially viable to continue.