Hatha Flow Yoga – Tuesdays #1

An uplifting Hatha Flow class suitable for all abilities. Improve strength, flexibility and balance whilst releasing mental and physical tension. Breathwork, slow flows and simple holds, always ending in deep relaxation designed to leave you feeling rejuvenated.

Further to the current government restrictions of social distancing the hall’s capacity is a maximum of 12 people. So if you’d like to attend, please get in touch to confirm.

Each week I will be using a random list generator to select the 12 people out of the total who can make that date. I’ll then email those 12 on the Friday night before the following Tuesday with confirmation of their place and details to transfer £8 prior to the class. I feel this is the fairest way while these restrictions are in place – It’s a yogi lucky dip!

New measures in place include:

– Wash hands before and after class
– Wear face mask on entry and exit
– Bring your own mat and place it within designated markers
– Bring warm layers as windows will be open for ventilation
– Floors and door handles will be cleaned before and after class

£8 per class

Class Timetable

  Open Time Close Time Trainer Address
Tuesday 6:45 PM 7:45 PM Helen Pull Harwell Village Hall
6:45 PM - 7:45 PM - with Helen Pull - at Harwell Village Hall

Initially introduced to Yoga by my mum, I fell in love with the practice and little by little, it began to change everything. From the way I move, to the way I breathe to the way I think. After being a dedicated Yoga student for years, and being continually inspired by the positive power yoga has on body and mind, I moved to Spain and became a Yoga teacher. I qualified in Hatha Yoga, and continued to teach a variety of group and private classes in Spain for 2 years. Compelled to visit the birthplace of Yoga, I went on a 3 month trip to India and qualified in teaching Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow. I see Yoga as a gift, and have witnessed the healing benefits of a regular practice in myself and many of my students. My aim is to teach with compassion, inspire and in our distraction-led culture to help people stop, listen and connect with themselves.