Rachel teaches in a variety of establishments from gyms, community centers, corporate, colleges, public and private one to one. She teach classes to people with a range of health issues, abilities and ages. Classes are mostly 1.5 hours. Each class will involve a few minutes of self-awareness, acceptance and letting go, mindfulness, deep breathing, limbering of the spine, sun-salutations, stronger held postures or flowing (vinyasa), a balance, winding down postures, an inversion, relaxation and meditation.
Please let me know in advance if possible, any injuries or illness that might effect your practice so that I can modify if necessary.
Please bring a mat. Let me know in advance if you need to borrow one.
Wear loose, comfortable clothing.
Try not to eat 2 hours before class. Yoga is best done on an empty stomach. But donâ€™t let this put you off coming. Better to eat a light snack and come along.
Please arrive a few minutes before the class starts. Developing a meditative atmosphere is important in which to practice. Enter quietly with respect for those around you if you are late