Classes & Courses

At Everywoman Yoga we specialise in small classes - currently online via Zoom. Our mission is to bring the benefits of a regular Yoga practice to anyone and everyone who wants to know more.

The general yoga classes run at 11am on Tuesdays (YIN) and Thursdays (FLOW). 

For insurance purposes classes can only be taken after completion of a health questionnaire click on the underlined link!! Health Questionnaire and Liability Waiver (For insurance)  

Menopause Yoga

To Educate, Empower and Encourage Women in Menopause

Menopause Yoga supports all women in any stage of menopause. Gentle flows are developed which will help to alleviate many of the common symptoms of menopause but just as importantly give women in menopause a place to discuss symptoms and receive advice both on current medical practices and complementary therapies. The workshops are nurturing and nourishing.

Yin Yoga

A Slow Class for Meditation and Flexibility and optimal Spine and Hip Health

Yin Yoga uses a deliberate slow asana practice to encourage emphasis on meditation and improve flexibility. Classes are Tuesdays at 11am

Gentle Flow

A Gentle, Slow Flow Class

This is a class based around themes such as Chakra Balancing, The Gunas and The Yamas and Niyamas. The themes change on a regular basis, but the class is suitable for all. These classes currently run on Thursdays at 11am.

Private Lessons

For the Dedicated Yogi

Some of you may prefer to have an hour's session with me alone. For a beginner or someone who wants to delve that little bit deeper into Yoga than we can do in a class. These sessions are available for you.


What You Need

Equipment and Safety

To take part in the online class you will need:

  1. A Yoga Mat - preferably with space around you so you don't knock anything over. (Yoga Alliance recommend 2 metres space).

  2. A Blanket

  3. A Cushion

  4. A Bolster (or pillow if not)

It is important that you are on level ground for balancing poses and that your area is free of obstructions. 

When you step onto your mat you should be stepping into a safe place where you can leave the outside world and be away from disturbances and intrusion.