Yoga classes on Zoom

A few notes about getting the most from a yoga class on Zoom

1) You will need to have your camera on. This is a class where I teach rather than just lead a sequence so I will be observing your practice and offering corrections verbally just as I would in class.

2) If you can, please choose a camera angle that allows me to see all or most of your mat and body. I appreciate that it might be difficult for you to have a good view of your device AND for me to have a good view of your body, so just do your best with what you have.

3) Good lighting is really helpful but try not to have a window behind you because this usually means I will only be able to see your dark silhouette!

4) If you need any technical help with using the Zoom platform itself they have a very extensive help section on their website. You can access it here

What equipment will you need.

I have written about standard Iyengar yoga equipment here If you have your own yoga equipment or are motivated to invest in some, that is ideal. However when we’re all practicing at home it’s also really useful to have a dining-type chair or a stool available and a couple of cushions. Hefty hardback books are a good substitute for blocks in most cases too, and a dressing gown belt makes an excellent yoga belt substitute.

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