Restorative Yoga is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. The use of props  (such as eye bags, blankets, blocks and bolsters) helps you to maintain balance whilst stimulating and relaxing your body. This type of yoga suitable for all, especially those returning to a yoga practice after a spell away and those working with injuries or health conditions. Restorative yoga allows individuals to switch off from the hectic pace of everyday life and tune into themselves.

RESTORATIVE YOGA AT YOGA MAMA WELLNESS

Are you looking to ease stress and fatigue? Perhaps you are recovering from injury or other health conditions? Or maybe you are just looking for a gentle yoga practice? If so, then Restorative Yoga may be for you! Our monthly workshops are led by Senior Yoga Teacher Diane King and are suitable for all levels of experience, skill and flexibility. For those carrying an injury or any health conditions, Diane will assist you with pose modifications.

FIND A CLASS

We run our Restorative Yoga workshops once a month, both online and in our studio. Consult our timetable to see when the next workshop will take place.

BOOKING A WORKSHOP

At present we are unable to take class bookings or accept cash payments at our reception. Therefore, students must make all bookings and payments via our online booking system. Enrolment closes 60 minutes before classes are due to commence, so we urge you to book early to avoid disappointment. Should you require any further information, please send an email to info@yogamama.co.uk or call 07939 589 083.

SINGLE WORKSHOPS & PASSES

Yoga Mama Wellness operates a class pass system, with passes available for 1 and 4 workshops. Visit the Workshops page on our booking system for more information about the types of passes available and prices.

ATTENDING THE STUDIO

We have reduced our in studio class capacity to 6 in order to allow correct (1m+) social distancing. We kindly request students follow the guidelines below.

  • When you arrive, if there is a queue to enter the building, please meet your teacher at the designated meeting point. This is situated by the large tree outside the Putneymead building.
  • If there isn't a queue, please make your way up to the second floor.
  • Avoid arriving any earlier than 5 to 10 minutes before your class is due to start.
  • Please use a face covering in all communal areas within the building. You may remove this once inside the studio.
  • Remember to wash your hands or use the sanitising gel provided before entering the studio.
  • We have delimited mat spaces in order to help you stay physically distanced.
  • Please bring your own mat and any small props you wish to use. We cannot provide mats or props at present.
  • Keep personal belongings to a minimum. You will be provided with a box to keep your belongings in while in the studio.
  • Teachers will not be offering hands-on adjustments for the time being.

For more information, read our Covid-19 Policy.

ATTENDING ONLINE

Enrolment for online workshops closes 60 minutes before the class start time, so book early to avoid disappointment.

When scheduling your workshop, you will receive a confirmation email which includes the Zoom meeting link for the workshop. Join the 'meeting' 5 minutes or so before it is due to start with your audio and video switched on so that the teacher can say hello. You can then go off and do other things or get settled before the workshop starts.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

We  run our online workshops using ZOOM. In order to join in, download the latest version of Zoom. We recommend leaving plenty of time for this so as to avoid any last minute hitches before your workshop starts.

Mobile and tablet users can download the ZOOM app from The App Store or Google Play.

Please ensure your device is charged sufficiently for the duration of the workshop (75 minutes).