“The yoga class with Janine is my weekly escape from our world of lockdowns, leaving me relaxed and ready to face another week”.

J.B. February 2021

Online classes are currently suspended as I return to face to face class.

They may well return if it is more appropriate to do our yoga at a distance. I like to think of it as zoga – zoom yoga!

These classes allow students with some previous experience of yoga to connect with a teacher and be safely guided through a yoga practise.

Why do yoga online?

  • Connects you to other like minded people
  • A teacher can guide you, explain content & provide appropriate modifications
  • Increases your flexibility
  • Brings calm into your day
  • Involves no travel to class


Online classes are currnetly suspended

Classes are £7.50 pay as you go

I am happy to run 1-1 sessions by zoom. For instance 1-1s can provide a refresher for those who haven’t done yoga for a while. Also they are a brilliant way to learn the basic postures and techniques for new students.

What do I need?

To do online yoga at home all you need is enough space to place your yoga mat with room to move and stretch and an internet connection. Students have found that Bluetooth headphones can help or screen casting it to your smart TV (for the technical whizzes that one!) can help improve the sound quality, if it is weak on your device.

How to use zoom

Not used zoom before? I am happy to have a free chat via zoom so you can test out the technology and you can learn how to log in, out and the main settings prior to your first class. I appreciate new technology can be daunting, but the benefits and ability to connect us is pretty marvellous too.

Find out more about zoom and download their app for free here. I will send you a link via email to join the class. All you do is click on the link and you go straight to the class. It really is that straightforward.

“Yoga online in lockdown has really helped me keep in contact with lovely friends I have made from yoga. I find it really relaxing to do and enjoy being part of a group”.

C.B. February 2021