What’s available on my Patreon?

If you’re looking for some online options for accessible yoga and meditation during this next lockdown, my Patreon has a selection of practices on offer! πŸŽ‰ 5x Mat-based Vinyasa Classes πŸŽ‰ 3x Restorative practices πŸŽ‰ 2x Bed Yoga practices πŸŽ‰ 2x Chair Yoga practices πŸŽ‰ 2x Vinyasa & Restorative Fusion practices πŸŽ‰ 2x Meditation / Visualisation practices πŸŽ‰ 9x Coffee & Musings Vlogs

Try something different in your practice!

Sarah holds a Crescent (High) Lunge with a twist.

On Friday I released a slightly more active vinyasa practice video to my Patreon. Some days we want to build heat in the body and move, whereas other days are all about rest and stillness. I used to purely practice vinyasa yoga when I first started, but as I started to explore other practices such … Continue reading Try something different in your practice!

Restorative Yoga & Props

Sarah sits in a wide leg side stretch. Both legs extended, a bolster is on one leg, Sarah is resting with her elbow on the bolster.

Restorative yoga is all about rest! In an hour-long class, you can expect to do between 4 and 6 postures, spending anywhere from 3 minutes to 10 minutes in each. You will use props (see more below) such as foam blocks, foam bricks, bolsters and blankets to make yourself as comfortable as possible – the … Continue reading Restorative Yoga & Props

Vinyasa & Restorative Fusion practice

Sarah holds a supported bridge posture. She is lying on her back, her feet on the floor, knees pointing up to the ceiling. A bolster is underneath her lower back, lifting her hips from the floor.

I've just added a Vinyasa & Restorative Fusion practice to my Patreon page. The first part of this practice is a mat-based vinyasa flow and the second half includes restorative postures. I first taught a fusion class when I had one participant in a class, they usually attended a restorative class, but one week attended … Continue reading Vinyasa & Restorative Fusion practice

Vinyasa flow & Accessible yoga

A blue watercolour stripe, the logo of Accessible Yoga with Sarah, with the words Accessible Yoga with Sarah over the top.

My training will be in a contemporary vinyasa flow style, but with secondary focuses on yin, restorative, beginner and accessible yoga. Accessible yoga is what I'm really passionate about, teaching yoga that really is for every body. What are your experiences with accessible yoga?