Thank you so much for replying to the poll.
Here are the results:
• 39% of you are ready to start indoor yoga now
• 39% of you are interested in indoor yoga but hesitant for now, preferring to wait a bit longer
• 22% of you have made it clear that regardless of what happens you will stick to Zoom yoga
Those of you who are ready to start indoor yoga now are spread across all my classes. This means that there isn't enough demand for any single class to return to an indoor venue at present.
Cost of Group Classes
£13 drop in
£40 for 4 classes to be used within 4 consecutive weeks
£135 for 15 sessions to be used within 15 consecutive weeks.
Book your next block now! Sessions can be used at any of my group yoga classes
“Annabel's yoga class leaves me feeling very calm and relaxed. I find yoga gives me a sense of physical and mental well-being and is an excellent way to help deal with stress.”
"I leave the classes feeling renewed having received all that I needed and what I did not know I needed."
How to join
Fill in a health questionnaire if you are new to me or haven't been to my classes for a long time.
Click on the link to get the login details for each class.
Get in touch, pay for your class, and log in on the day.
We meet at Queen's Park, Caterham - subject to weather. Give me your mobile number so you can receive my notifications for park yoga.
Contact me for details.
A few weeks ago we asked you...
'How do you feel about indoor yoga classes?'
Annabel Yoga classes are all suitable for beginners as well as more experienced yogis of all ages and abilities. Everyone is encouraged to work at their own level.
"Annabel's yoga classes were recommended to me a while ago but due to work and commuting etc, I struggled to get into a routine. Lockdown has been a revelation as Annabel's zoom classes have meant that I have been able to do classes on a weekly basis. I had been sceptical as to how she could accommodate all abilities within a class, but she manages it seamlessly. Though I regard myself as a beginner, I never feel out of my depth. Annabel's teaching style is very clear. She goes out of her way to make sure that everyone benefits from the classes and has a very nice way of saying when someone is not quite doing a pose properly! I have found that the classes help my sleep, flexibility and lower back. One of my cats also enjoys the classes and invariably sits on me for part of them!!."
For now, I propose to continue with yoga on Zoom and in the park like we did last summer. If we get the glorious weather predicted for this summer, it will be delightful to continue with yoga in the park. In due course, the first community class I would like to take into a hall is Tuesdays 8pm. For now we continue as we are. I will reassess this decision in a month or two. Feel free to advise me when you change from 'hesitant' to 'ready to do indoor yoga'.
In the meantime I invite you to join us for yoga at Queen's Park (weather dependent). Some students have expressed concerns about doing yoga in such a public place. I have to say that there is so much going on at Queen's Park that people rarely give us a second glance. Join us for one session and experience it for yourself. Those who had worried they'd feel too self conscious have found that once the yoga class started they barely noticed anything outside the yoga class. So come on. Don't be shy. Give yoga in the park a try. You may surprise yourself.
I take this opportunity to confirm to you that, even when classes return to indoor venues, the following classes will remain online:
• Thursdays 8pm
• Saturdays 8am
No yoga on Tuesday 8 June 2021