After several weeks of pandemic-pause, I’m super excited to be teaching yin yoga again—and even more excited to be doing it online, so students can join from anywhere in the world!
I’ll be teaching on Tuesday evenings and the classes will be available for replay for 48 hours afterwards if that better suits your schedule. The first class was Tuesday, May 19th at 8pm Zürich time (see when that is where you are).
These 75-minute classes will focus on preparing you for a beautiful sleep… whether you go to bed immediately after savasana or later in the day.
We’ll start with a gentle warm-up (think cat/cow and easy neck rolls) move through a few not-too-challenging longer-held poses with the help of some props (I’m talking blankets, towels, pillows, scarves, whatever you have on hand), and then indulge in a blissful guided relaxation and savasana.
8pm CEST Tuesdays (and/or replay anytime you want for 48 hours after)
Anywhere you choose to lay your yoga mat via a Zoom meeting
Online through Younion Yoga
20 CHF (roughly 140 DKK/$29 CAD/19€/£16.50/$20.50 USD)
How to join me for a class
Step 1 – Register
Register for the class through the Younion Yoga site. You can pay via card when you register online or via paypal.me/YounionYoga. If you’re in financial difficulties, please reach out before class and we’ll work out a solution.
Step 2 – Gather your props
In addition to making sure you have your mat, a couple of towels, a scarf, and a blanket or two nearby for the practice, you’ll also need the Zoom app on your mobile device or you can use the web version on a computer. Once you’ve registered through Younion Yoga, you’ll get a confirmation email with the link to the Zoom meeting.
You’ll get another another email shortly before the live class starts repeating the Zoom connection info. A third email will go out after the class ends with a link to the replay video.
Step 3 – Link up
If you’re doing the class live, pop onto the Zoom call a few minutes before (I’ll be online ten minutes before class starts) if you want a bit of a chat. I’ll mute the participants and start recording the session (which only shows my video) when we get started at 8pm.
If you watch the replay, you’ll see just the class itself, none of the pleasantries before or after.
Step 4 – Relax and enjoy
Block out the rest of the world (maybe by listening to the Spotify playlist I’ve created for the class) and enjoy 75 minutes of slow-moving yoga. Repeat as desired for up to 48 hours after the live class with the video replay.