Online Yoga

Enjoy calming, inspiring and uplifting practices from the comfort of your own home with these video compilations…

I’m so pleased to bring you these online classes all designed around a particular theme. From self care to pregnancy and much more to come, these videos offer a range of practices including slow flow yoga, yin yoga, meditation, breath work, visualisation, yoga nidra (deep relaxation), self enquiry and knowledge/wisdom from various traditions to suit your varying energy levels and needs that day. I hope you enjoy them.

 

Big Love,

Anna

What does self care mean for you? It will be unique to us all what tops us up, and when we make that space for ourselves, in turn this can benefit those around us. Perhaps you notice that when you’re feeling your best you have more to give others?

 

In this video compilation I’ll be offering you a variety of practices and techniques to support you in considering what self care means for you, and tools to enhance your self care.

This compilation includes 8 videos:

Yin and Vinyasa Yoga, Breathwork, Acupressure Massage, Meditation, Yoga Nidra and Self Enquiry exercises.

Congratulations on your pregnancy! These 8 videos vary in length from 10-45 mins and are designed to support you at this special time:

 

They include:

Yoga sequences for different stages/energy levels of your pregnancy

4 x Hypnobirthing breath techniques

Meditation and deep relaxations (yoga nidra & hypnobirthing inspired).

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

 I'm currently pregnant and I find Shala's pregnancy yoga and relaxation videos such a valuable resource. I love the flexibility of having it online; it means I can get my partner involved - which is great for the breathing techniques for birth, for example, and recommend it to my friends, wherever they are in the world. Anna's yoga and relaxation practices have been anchoring and supportive throughout my pregnancy - I can't recommend her, and Shala, enough.

 

Laura Jean

(Pregnancy Video Compilation)

Disclaimer

By joining my online sessions you agree to take full responsibility for yourself and your health. Any injury or damage caused by practicing at home is not my liability.

 

As with any yoga practice, listen to your body carefully and take rest where you need. If any posture doesn’t feel right then trust your instinct and carefully come out of it, or modify if you feel safe to.