Green Blue Yoga Online
July 2020 update - Vinyasa flow classes
🤳 After 3 months of teaching via Youtube live, I've had enough of being on my own in front of the camera! From now until we are able to meet indoors again, online classes will be on Zoom which will allow me to see how you're getting on and adapt the practice to your needs. They will NOT be available on replay however you are welcome to practice in your own time, for free, by taking one of the 26 classes recorded on Youtube since the start of Irish lockdown.🧘
🎥 One of the advantages of video conference classes is that I will send you the zoom recordings of the class you've taken, this is a little plus which has helped me a lot to increase awareness of my body perception in space, I hope you'll find it useful too.
🏖️Finally I am really hoping we'll get good enough weather to practice outside together, and if a day scheduled for an online class is wonderfully dry & sunny, I'd like to shift the class from the computer to the dunes
There will be 8 vinyasa flow classes in July so 65€ for the block, or 10€ pay as you go.
Ashtanga primary series classes
These classes will stay on zoom at a separate time. Make sure you set your mat lengthwise in front of the camera so I can check your alignment and offer personalised cues. Most classes will be led, with some times when I will ask you to practice part of the sequence at your own rythm.
10€ per class or 50€ for a monthly pass which will cover at least 5 classes, at most 8.
You can also practice by yourself for free following the guidance I've given on the first 6 classes of lockdown on Youtube
Online Yoga classes
The COVID19 did manage to get me recording some classes on video... While we are all practicing social distancing, I will run 2 weekly live vinyasa flow classes (Mondays & Thursdays 09:30 IST) and create short tutorials to assist in developing a home practice of Ashtanga yoga primary series (here).
As a yoga practitioner, I make good use of the free online resources to expand my practice, whether it's about getting inspiration of new sequences, diving in-depth in the anatomical aspects of some particular asanas or deepening my knowledge of the other limbs of yoga. As a teacher, I value the face to face interaction, and the energy a group generates when practicing together. Therefore I am not looking to expand my business in an online manner for the long run.
Guidelines for practicing at home
Keywords for your practice should be non-violence, honesty, patience, optimism and non-attachement.
Focus on self-awareness, selecting the option that feels best for your body (i.e. you can feel something is happening, your hips, heart and head are aligned, you can breathe freely and you are not in pain!). Practicing yoga regularly is therapeutic in a way that you will develop flexibility and strength over time, not by rushing it or pushing too hard.
***If you are pregnant or suffer from any medical condition, please contact your doctor before starting a new type of exercise. ***
I would also very welcome any questions or comments on the sequences I share, as I may be able to advise some other options for poses. Please do get in touch.
Watch live / replay last class (if latest class is not showing, refresh your page) :
Below are some photos of my own practice and yoga inspired good times.
There are no pictures of the classes I run as I am reluctant to bring a camera into the practice room.