First of all, thank you so much for your interest in my Online Yoga for Sanity Classes.

 

The upcoming 1 hour long Yoga Online Classes for Sanity in times of Covid-19 will commence on Monday, 23 March at 19:00 UK Time and finish on Friday 10 April. 

 

The classes will take place from Monday to Friday via Zoom Platform which is free and user friendly. The cost for weekly online pass is £5.00. 

 

The practice will combine a soft, strong and beautiful sequences of yoga postures specifically designed to boost your immunity, strengthen the body and calm the mind.  

 

The classes will energise you physically and mentally while linking the breath with movement to boost your mood and vitality. 

 

The objective of this 3 WEEKS long programme is to challenge you to practice Yoga regularly at home, help you establish a new empowering routine and to leave you happier and healthier with a much more positive outlook on the day to come.

 

If you haven’t signed up yet, you can do it now by contacting me at

ewa@yoga-vagabond.com.

 

You can also reach me via IG at @yogavagabond or Whatsapp at +39 347 532 8345 or

+44 7 421 117 048.

 

The weekly cost is £5, which translates to the cost of £1 per class. Payment can be made by bank transfer, via the donation button below or PAYPAL account that is linked to ewa@yoga-vagabond.com. You can make the payment weekly or purchase 3 weeks package in one hit for £15. The choice is yours. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you already secured your place please send me a direct message either via Social Media or write to ewa@yoga-vagabond.com telling me about your prior Yoga practice experience and any particular health conditions, injuries or pains you may currently have.  

 

 

 

IMPORTANT BITS OF INFORMATION FOR YOGA PRACTITIONERS

 

 

 

Always remember that not all exercise is suitable for everyone and this and any exercise program could result in injury. 

  

 

To reduce the risk of injury, never force or strain. I encourage you to carefully listen to your body and to always take care when determining your ability to do poses offered during the exercise class, particularly if you have a specific injury or condition. 

  

 

If you feel pain, discomfort, dizziness during the class do not continue, lay down on your yoga mat and rest until you feel better. 

Also, there are certain limitations for women who are menstruating or pregnant. Remember to always let your teacher know if above apply  to you. 

 

 

Please note that participants and distributors of my Good Morning Yoga Classes footage disclaim any liability, or a loss araising out of or in connection with the services or exercises and advice herein.

  

 

Before starting the online classes from home please read the TIPS section and prepare your Yoga space and your practice. 

 

 

 

TIPS

 

 

 

 

Here  is the list of things which will help you make the most out of my Good Morning Yoga Classes directly from the comfort of your home:

 

  • Place of practice - find a quiet, clean, uncluttered, pleasant room with a flat surface. Room should be well ventilated but not drafty. Practicing in the draft or wind, heavily air-conditioned room or under the fun can upset the body temperature and cause chills. Practicing in too hot or poorly ventilated space may cause unpleasant sweating, overheating or dizziness.  Avoid practicing in noisy places or in a direct sunlight. If you wish you can light up a relaxing candle in your room. When you light it focus on it and picture burning away any negative thoughts or feelings you may hold - just burn them away.  

 

 

 

  • Yoga mat - have a good quality yoga mat or rug (preferably non-slip) which sticks well to the surface beneath and gives you a good support and extra cushioning. Sliding with or on the mat can cause injuries. In turn, a very thin mat (i.e. travel mat with 3mm thickness) can make exercising rather uncomfortable or painful. Always position your mat/rug in a space so you have the freedom to perform a variety of yogic postures and remain far from furniture which can be knocked over, can fall on you or you can fall on.  Accessories as blocks and bolsters are great, however they can be replaced with books or a stack of pillows.

 

 

  • Breathing - in Yoga the rule of  thumb is to breath through the nose and not through the mouth (unless otherwise specifically instructed).  
  • Clothes - wear loose or elastic, breathable clothing which is comfortable. The body can be covered with a blanket or sheet when it is cold while performing the ‘Shavasana’ known as the Corpse Pose. Shoes aren’t necessary for Yoga. Most people prefer to be barefoot on their mat but if you wish to wear grippy socks you are welcome to do so. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Food intake - Perform morning practice on an empty stomach if possible. If you are very hungry and can’t see yourself getting through the class without consuming something beforehand just have a small sip of warm water and mouthful of a little protein or carbohydrates. It could be something like a piece of fruit, a little bit of porridge oats or other cooked grains or a handful of nuts. 

 

  • Joint hyper-mobility - hyper-mobility is a condition that features joints that easily move beyond the normal range expected for that particular joint e.g knees, elbows, shoulders, fingers and hips. Always remember to keep a micro-bend in postures where weight is on straight arms, knees, shoulder etc. (for example in plank, downward facing dog, wheel pose ...). If you micro-bend your joints you don’t rest weight on your ligaments but instead force your muscles to do the work. This will help you keep your joints stable and protect them from injuries. Do not stretch to your maximum during the Yoga practice - this can lead to over stretching and your soft tissues in and around joints (cartilage, tendons, ligaments) can tear.

 

 

 

WHY TO DO YOGA REGULARLY? 

 

 

 

Regular Yoga practice can benefit you in numerous ways:

  

 

 

  

  

 

 

This Yoga Programme is designed for beginners, however it is available for everyone and especially those hungry to practice more frequently from the comfort of own home.

 

 

 

Summing up, Yoga if practiced mindfully is a great way to  keep you healthy, more energised and less anxious. The regular practice will benefit you more than random, odd long sessions. 

 

 

 

Practicing Yoga for an hour, 5 days per week over 3 weeks with me will enhance your wellbeing, teach you how to do Yoga independently at home and will definitely save you time on travelling to attend a class in a Yoga studio.

 

 

 

To join the Online Yoga Classes or if you have any questions about practicing Yoga at home just reach out to ewa@yoga-vagabond.com, IG: @yogavagabond, Whatsapp +39 347 532 8345 or +44 

 

 

 

Namaste & I look forward to practicing Yoga with you. 

  

 

 

  

 

 

May all beings be happy and healthy.