RM Yoga

Yoga Classes

I’m thrilled to have been asked by beautiful, contemporary space, The Lightbox in Woking, to teach yoga there. I am offering the following 1.5 hour yoga classes on Sunday afternoons coming up:

Sunday 20th September 3.30-5pm
Sunday 18th October 2-3.30pm
Sunday 20th December 2-3.30pm

In these super mellow yoga classes we’ll practice mindful movement, soothing restorative yoga and pranayama (the movement of energy with breath) that will create equilibrium in the nervous system. The class will cumulate in a blissful guided savasana/relaxation.

These classes are suitable for all levels of yoga experience, from complete beginners to those with an established practice.

£15 per person, please bring your own yoga mat, To book email me [Email address: hello #AT# rmyoga.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ], thanks!

Yang and Yin yoga takes place every Monday at the beautiful Yoga Sp8ce in Cobham 1pm – 2.15pm.

The class consists of dynamic vinyasa flow to strengthen, cleanse and build heat in the body (yang) followed by sweet stretches and releasing restorative yoga and meditation (yin) to promote peace, clarity and balance within.

Classes are £10 per person drop in.

This year’s Yoga Garden Party in aid of The HOPE Foundation takes place on Saturday 26th July at Commonwork near Sevenoaks, Kent. Now in it’s fourth year, our yoga event has raised over £23,000 which goes directly to improve the lives of the street and slum children in Kolkata, India.

There’s a great selection of yoga classes to try with some of our favourite UK teachers including Simon Low, Liz Lark, Catherine Annis, Fiona Agombar, Colin Dunsmuir, Gill Lloyd, Tuesday McNeill and more plus a real variety of classes to try from a gong bath to vinyasa flow, kundalini yoga to vedic chant.

In addition there’s a host of well being treatments to induldge in from Indian Head Massage, Reiki to Bowen, delicious fresh food and drink, live music, kirtan and fun stuff and yoga for kids.

The day is only £25 per person (kids under 16 are free) or you can make a whole weekend of it for £295 (includes two night accommodation, some meals, the Garden Party on the Saturday and day of yin and yang yoga with Simon Low on the Sunday).

To find out more about the event check out www.charityyogaday.org.uk and you can see for yourself what a special day it is from this video from last year’s event here .

It would be wonderful to have your support, if you can make it please do come along!


Join me on the Saturday 26th January 2013 from 3pm to 5pm at Glow Yoga at Good Vibes Studio in Covent Garden to detox & de-stress after the festivities.

We’ll look at letting go of what no longer serves us with a cleansing and revitalizing candle lit practice, with deep core activation, mindful movement, restorative yoga and a guided relaxation in the soothing 30 degree warmth of the Glow Yoga studio to leave you feeling serene.

This workshop is suitable for all levels of experience.

£25 per person, to book please call Good Vibes on 020 7240 611 or email reception [Email address: reception #AT# goodvibesfitness.co.uk - replace #AT# with @ ]

Embrace the New Season Workshop

Saturday 10th November
Glow Yoga Covent Garden
2pm – 4pm, £25

Embrace the shift in seasons with a delicious restorative Saturday workshop in the warm and cosy infra red heated Glow Yoga, Covent Garden.

We will look at ways to encourage positive patterns in the mind body network and practices to improve circulation, balance your energy and give you a better night’s sleep this winter.

Photo © Graham Woodman

Join us from noon – 6pm on Saturday 4th August at  Commonwork Farm, near Sevenoaks, Kent for an afternoon of yoga, therapies, fun for kids (YogaBugs and more), gorgeous freshly made food and drink from London’s Hampshire Hog. What a diverse range of classes we have for you: Restorative Yoga, Vedic Chant, Yoga for Backcare, Glow Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Vinyasa Flow and  a class for all on the lawn with Simon Low (rain I love you but not on the 4th August, please!).

Please check out the Yoga Garden Party website for full details and to book your ticket. It’s only £20 per person and kids go free. Funds raised from the event go to  The HOPE Foundation; supporting street and slum children in Kolkata out of a cycle of poverty, despair and destitution.