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My name is Karen and I have practised yoga for over 20 years. I have found yoga has helped me through many of life's challenges and want to share the benefits with others, which is why I trained to be a BWY (British Wheel of Yoga) teacher.
I believe yoga is for everyone and can help people build strength, improve flexibility and reduce stress.
Everyone is welcome to classes where I encourage a strong culture of inclusivity and are designed to help you challenge yourself to develop a practice that suits you within a safe and non-competitive environment. Yoga classes are usually held in Darlington and Hurworth and return to venues when Government guidelines allow, with most sessions also available online via Zoom
Darlington Quakers, Friends Meeting House, 6 Skinnergate
Hummersknott Academy Sports Centre
Clifton Road Community Centre
Pilates and Beyond, Grange Road
MONDAY 10am - 11.30am
MONDAY 1.15pm - 2.45pm
WEDNESDAY 1.15pm - 2.45pm
WEDNESDAY 7.00 pm - 8.30pm
THURSDAY 10am - 11.30am
THURSDAY 1.15pm - 2.45pm
Yoga offers physical, mental and emotional benefits. With a BWY (British Wheel of Yoga) teacher you can gain the most from your practice at your individual pace within the supportive framework of a diverse yet like-minded group of people
Classes are booked by the half-term block. Part terms are possible if places are available
Please arrive about 5-10 minutes prior to your class start time if possible
Mats are provided at some venues
You will find a blanket useful for the relaxation section of the class in particular
Try not to eat a large meal prior to your class
Please wear comfortable clothes (leggings/shorts/vest) that are not too loose to bunch up or too tight to restrict movement.
We practice in bare feet with shoes removed as you enter the room.
There will be a maximum number of people in a class for your comfort
Classes and events are non-refundable.
More information available in the CLASSES dropdown item Registration Form and other info
For Online Classes
In addition to the "Extra Information" there are some additional considerations
Classes are booked by the half-term but contact me for a taster session if you wish to check online sessions are right for you
Please join the "Zoom" waiting room about 10 - 15 minutes before the start time in case of technical issues
Make sure you have plenty of room to move your arms and legs and that the space around you is clear and safe
Have any props you like to use handy (or alternatives like belts, books or cushions)
Make sure your equipment is fully charged or, ideally, connected to a charger. If you can connect to your router with an ethernet cable this will help your internet stability.
Try linking to your TV via an HDMI cable or screen sharing to give you a bigger screen.