Upcoming Dates: April 23rd, May 22nd

Time: 11.30am - 12.30pm

Investment: £15.00


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Restful, restorative yoga can help to:
  • reduce blood pressure
  • improve the immune function
  • improve digestion
  • fertility
  • reduce muscle tension 
  • reduce fatigue

If you do not already have Zoom you can download for free here: https://zoom.us/signup

I am aware most of you will not have stacks of yoga props available so I have devised a class that uses items you will find at home instead.

All you will need is:

  • something to lie on – a yoga mat if you have one or a blanket or large towel
  • 3 or 4 pillows or cushions (a mixture of sizes can be nice)
  • a blanket for cover, 
  • a scarf or eye mask (optional)
  • a chair, sofa or bed that you can rest your raised legs on

So for example, Jenni's set up is in my lounge next to my sofa, I have my yoga mat, a pillow and 3 cushions, 2 blankets and a scarf. 😊

Things will be running smoother as we can used to this new way of working but the good news is once people have logged in, classes have been running really well and students are appreciating being ble to maintain a yoga practise in the midst of all this madness.

If you have any questions do feel free to contact me and I hope to see you online. info@jennitherapy.com

About Jenni Stone:
Jenni is passionate about wellbeing and has spent the last 20 years involved in holistic healthcare, qualifying first as a reflexologist and then as a yoga teacher. Over time she has built experience and expertise in both areas to help people with stress management, women’s health and cancer support. Her approach to teaching comes from a therapeutic base of improving wellbeing at a deep level. She has seen how our fast-paced competitive lifestyle underlies many of the health problems clients have come to her for, and so her yoga style is slow and mindful to promote healing from the inside out.
Jenni trained first with the BWY and has continued to deepen her knowledge through ongoing study and personal development. Most recently her yoga has been informed through training with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli.  She teaches from a place of compassion and believes in empowering people through self-care.