Discover Iyengar Yoga from High Barnet to the Algarve, Portugal
Iyengar Yoga in High Barnet, London and the Algarve.
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Please note: Church House Class live every Wednesday. There is a maximum of 10 people allowed in the class, due to Covid restrictions so please check availability before booking - email email@example.com
Please note: If the Church House Live class is booked and you cancel 48 hours before your payment for that class is non-refundable and cannot be carried over. This is due to the class having a maximum of 10 students during this Covid period.
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From High Barnet, London to an Iyengar Yoga Retreat in the Algarve, Portugal every August. Please come along and discover the benefits of Iyengar Yoga at one of my classes. As a qualified Iyengar Yoga Junior Intermediate Level 2 teacher you can join me as a beginner, experienced or intermediate student. And I teach private clients too.
COVID19 Safety Measures at Church House:
No-one to attend class who should be self-isolating according to the latest government guidelines https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/self-isolation-and-treatment. The above also applies to anyone with persistent coughs or sniffles.
Arriving for class/queuing
Students to arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before the start of the class.
Social distance to be maintained if required to wait outside with others.
Students will be admitted to the Studio one at a time after using hand-sanitiser dispenser at the entrance.
Please bring your hand sanitiser with you.
Students should bring their own mat, belt, blanket and foam block(s) and other props.
Changing and personal belongings
Students should come ready for class.
Outerwear should be kept to a minimum and handbags left at home.
The same bag used to bring yoga mats and other props should be used during class for shoes, outerwear (if any), and small items like house key, placed on stage.
Spacing of mats
Mat spacers will help ensure that a 2+ metre distance is maintained between students (and the teacher) during class
Conduct of classes
There will be no physical adjustments during class
There will be no pranayama or chanting (including ‘Om’)
Only simple use will be made of props
Entering/leaving the teaching area
Students will enter 10 minutes before class ,entering 1 by 1
At the end of the class students will leave one at a time starting from the door side
Use of the lavatory
Students should use the lavatory before leaving home to minimise use of the Studio facilities – which nevertheless will be available
Windows will be kept open at all times unless it is actually raining
The double doors to the teaching area will be kept open during and between classes
Test and trace
When you have booked up we will use the booking system to keep track of who has attended classes, including contact details which can be used for test and trace if required.
Waiver and undertaking
Students attending the class will do so at their own risk
Students will agree to follow the guidelines for conduct set by Church House and Helen.
25 August 2020
Fiona Bochel, Edinburgh
‘Another fantastic week of inspirational teaching by Helen. My high hopes and expectations (from previous courses) are always exceeded by Helen’s wonderful and compassionate manner and her gift of sharing her wisdom. Quinta Mimosa continues to be a gift of a retreat too.’
Sonja Schoentag, London
‘The perfect yoga retreat to get into all aspects of Iyengar yoga, physically, mentally and spiritually. Very rewarding and rejuvenating. Helen’s considerate approach to each individual student is outstanding.’