Mondays: 19-20 Hatha Flow
Fridays: 8-8:30 Rise & Shine
I would be very grateful for your patience while I learn to teach in this new way and navigate the inevitable technology glitches. Thank you & Namaste.
DISCLAIMER: Please ensure that you are fit and well to practice Yoga as Kaleidoscope Yoga accepts no liability for injuries/negative consequences while practicing in your home. I will do my best to hold space, and keep you safe, and I would be grateful if you could do the same by making choices that are right for your body. Namaste.
Information about attending class
To access class, click on the pink buttons below and enter password. If link doesn't work, open Zoom, type in Meeting ID and then password.
Any questions or problems get in touch.
Meeting ID: 783-028-061 Password:286047
Meeting ID: 485-343-904 Password: 518103
Please log in 5 minutes before class to get yourself set up and iron out any tech issues. To avoid disruption of class late entry may not be possible so please be an early bird :)
We can all have a chat, and then I will ask you to please mute your microphones to avoid feedback/background noise. If you need to ask a question, you can unmute and ask at any time. You can play your own music if you like, or if you are on Spotify I will be making the playlist public so you can listen on your device at home. Username on Spotify is Kate Cowen.
All the other bits...
All online classes run on a donation basis.
If you are being hit hard financially by Covid-19 come for free.
£5 per 1 hour session
£3 for 30 minutes
Monthly Community Channel: £10.00
Payment will be taken by BAC to the account below
Please use your name as the reference
What to expect from class:
Some experience of Yoga will be helpful, as I'm not able to support individually like in a face to face class, however beginners are very welcome.
What you will need:
A Yoga mat and space in your house.
Optional extras: Yoga block, blanket and/or towel. If you don’t have a Yoga block, get creative with items in your home. A book, or shoe box, stool or chair. Anything that will help bring the floor to you or allow your practice to be more adaptable to your needs.
When choosing a blanket, let it be ‘sturdy’ enough to support your body, as it might be used in posture work, a towel also works very well and often stays in place better than a blanket.