Yoga for Happy bits

Join our next Live Online Workshop

13 June 2021, 10am-12pm (UK time)

Simple, accessible workshops for real people

Yoga for Happy Bits is a series of workshops designed to explore basic anatomy in an accessible and practical way to help you bring more awareness to HOW you practice.

 

On our journey to feeling healthier and happier, the right knowledge can really help us make progress.

explore easy anatomy & how you can apply this knowledge to your own body and day to day life

study the body's foundations & how to create balanced stability and mobility

learn how happy shoulders really can make a difference to posture, neck, spine & so much more!

Yoga for HAPPY Shoulders

Date: 11.04.2021

Time: 10am-12pm (UK time)

What: Liezl will guide you through some easy anatomy before exploring how this applies to our own bodies. Afterwards, we’ll move through a slow mindful practice to embody what we have learnt and then end with a relaxing guided yoga nidra.

If you missed the first workshop, Yoga for Happy Hips, here's a little overview of some of what was covered.

Liezl Hoving is from sunny Namibia and has been teaching yoga for a decade. Her own practice started 2003 in a place of finding relief from back pain and anxiety. As a teacher, she loves helping students find variations that fit their unique bodies and creating a space where yoga opens the door to understanding oneself better on all levels. Her classes have a steady pace that offer you an opportunity to explore the foundations in detail with as much ease or intensity as you prefer.

What you'll need

A lady i casual clothes on a yoga mat doing warrior pose

a desire to feel good

a man doig yoga on a mat in front of a clock showing one hour has passed

two hours to yourself

A woman doing downward dog on a yoga mat in casual clothes

a space big 

enough to stretch around in

A device of any sort connected to the internet

book YOUR spot now

What if I can't afford to pay for a class right now?


We do offer some cost free places for those who might not be in a position to pay. We don’t believe there should be any barrier to practice. Please get in touch for more details.




Will you be adding more classes in the future?


Yes! We are adding new classes and more teachers to our timetable all the time, so keep checking back in for updates, or join our socials or newsletter for updates straight to your inbox.




Do I need a separate booking if I'm practising with my housemate/spouse?


We're more than happy for you to join with a housemate, spouse or fur baby but if you're joining us as a group (more than 3 people) we ask that you contact us and purchase a group pass. We also offer private group sessions for your company or organisation. Get in touch for more details.




Do I need to have my mic and camera on?


No. All mics will be muted by the teacher during the practice to avoid disctraction, so feel free to laugh, chat, cry or play music during your practice. Before and after the class please feel free to turn on your mic to chat to the teacher and fellow students. It is up to you whether you have your camera on or not. It can feel nice and contribute to the 'community' feel by practising with your camera on, but if you enjoy the privacy or have a busy household and and would rather keep the camera off, that is also fine. Please note that if you do have your camera on, spend a few moments finding the best place for it, keep the light or window in front of you or you'll be a shadow, and position it away from you, so we can see you in standing and lying down postures.




How early can I come to the class?


The Zoom room will be open 15 minutes before the start of every class. Please feel free to join us early to say hi, let us know how you're feeling today and about any issues, questions or requests!




What style of yoga are the classes?


Our classes are gentle and rejuvenating. They can be described as Hatha classes, but that means so many different things to so many different people. So join us without expectation. Through classical yoga asana, the classes will help you to build strength and balance in body and mind, while offering you the opportunity to release and let go of that which no longer serves you. You will cultivate stillness and ease by connecting to the body through the breath. All classes are open to all abilities and levels. We advise you to listen to your body and adopt the appropriate variations that feel right to you.




How do I join the class?


Once you've signed up to The Frog Project you'll be able to register for the classes you wish to attend. Once registered you'll receive a unique joining link by email. This will open up Zoom without needing to enter any IDs or passwords. If you lose your email or can't find it, no worries. You can also get into any class you're booked into via the schedule or the TeamUp Members app available on iOS or Android.




What platform are the classes hosted on?


All of our classes are live streamed on Zoom in secure and encrypted meetings. Each participant receives a unique link to enter (which shouldn't be shared) and will enter a waiting room upon arrival. Meeting links are not shared anywhere and so only our students can join. None of the classes are recorded.




Which countries can I join from?


Through the power of the internet you can join from any country. All of our payments are currently processed by Stripe who accept card payments from 135+ countries. The schedule is displayed in BST (GMT+1) and the prices in GBP. Please follow these links to check the time and price in your country.




My internet connection isn't great, will I be able to join?


We stream all of our classes via Zoom who will alter the quality of the stream dependant on your internet connection. For example, if you have a good connection you will receive a HD quality image and great audio. If your internet isn't brilliant you will get a reduced quality image but it should still be good enough to participate fully. We recommend an internet connection of at least 1mb/s. You can check the speed of your connection here.




How do I book into a class?


For first time users you need to sign up to The Frog Project and create your account. We offer a 7 day free trial for new sign-ups, so that you can experience as many classes and teachers as you like. Once you've signed up you must then register for each individual class you wish to attend and you can register for multiple classes in advance. Remember to cancel your booking if you're not going to make and we can allow another person on the waiting list to take your place. Once you've registered you'll receive a unique joining link for that class and this is used to access the class. You can view your booking You can also get into any class you're booked into via the schedule or the TeamUp Members app available on iOS or Android.





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