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Accessibility:

All are welcome – regardless of age, ability, belief, body-shape, class, ethnicity, gender, nationality, neurotype, race, sexuality, religion or status (or anything else!). Just be nice 😊


Class sizes – classes allow enough space for each student to feel comfortable.


Community – there is a lovely sense of community in my classes. Some people just like to practice yoga quietly with other people around them, or in time, people often become friends.


Finances – I make my living teaching yoga, but please do talk to me if finances prevent you attending and I will endeavour to help.


Learning styles – verbal cues, demonstrations and time to explore the practices are offered to cater for differing learning styles.


Lighting – day classes are in daylight with curtains to reduce light if necessary, and evening classes are in soft low-level lighting.


Location accessibility – both the local halls I use have wheelchair accessible entry and toilets.


Music – I don’t use any music in my classes.


Scent – I don’t use scent in my classes.


Secular – there are no religious connotations in my classes.


Temperature – our halls are comfortably warm, not hot, for comfort.


Touch – I don’t offer a lot of hands-on adjustments, but where it’s useful, touch is always optional and consensual.


Variations – are offered to cater for ability, body-shape, injury, medical conditions, preferences and even just how you feel on the day.


“Yoga is for every-body – Happy Yoga Practice!”




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