Rebecca Ellis

Virtual Classes are via this  ZOOM LINK  Passcode: 851423

Yoga with Rebecca YouTube

 

 

My Classes

My next 6-week block is from Monday 1st November – Saturday 11th December

Schedule (**RR = face-to-face + Z = Zoom)

Monday 7.00 – 8.15pm                   Hatha Flow (with runners & cyclists in mind) RR only (WAITING LIST ONLY)

Tuesday 12.30 – 2pm                      Hatha Flow RR only (SPACES AVAILABLE)

Wednesday 6.15 – 7.45pm             Hatha Flow RR only (WAITING LIST ONLY)

Friday 10 – 11.30am                       Gentle Yoga RR + Z (WAITING LIST ONLY) 

Friday 6.15 – 7.45pm                       Yin Yoga (***ONLY the 4th  Friday of every month) RR + Z

Friday 6.15 – 7.45pm                       Restorative Yoga + Yoga Nidra (***ONLY the 2nd Friday of every month) RR + Z

For more information go to my website: www.rebeccayoga.org.uk

Booking & Payment

For all classes EXCEPT the Friday Yin and Restorative Classes, please email me on jamsinanas@gmail.com to book. For the Friday evening classes, please book here – https://bookwhen.com/rebeccayoga  – and please make sure to make the correct booking 

At the moment because of restricted class sizes, most classes are bookable by 6 week block only (£50) but sometimes a drop-in is possible if a space becomes available (£10). Please email me to find out if there’s a space for drop-in.

Please make all payments to Rebecca J Ellis. SC 402702. AC 01528297

NB: please note that if you buy a book of tickets, they need to be used up ONLY within the 6-week block – i.e., they cannot be carried over to later weeks.

River Room

Drop-in @ £10
6 classes @ £50
12 classes @ £85

ZOOM – payment is by DONATION for as many classes during a 6-week block.
Suggested donation:
Drop-in @ £8
6 classes @ £40
12 classes @ £60

hello@rebeccayoga.org.uk
www.rebeccayoga.org.uk
www.theriverroom.org.uk
07907374278

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About Me

I was introduced to yoga as a teenager and have practiced on and off ever since. It wasn’t until my 40s, however, that I fell deeply in love with this ancient practice.

I love the physical strength, flexibility and release it gives me. Most of all though I love the way in which yoga, in its fullest sense, makes me feel more alive than I had ever hoped for. And part of this feeling of vitality has meant becoming ever more sensitive to the vastness of what it means to be human, including some of the bits I might rather avoid. Living with yoga means living with and embracing contradiction.

Wanting to deepen and share this practice, I decided to train as a yoga teacher and qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2016. I teach a variety of classes, drawing on different styles of yoga and always aiming to be as inclusive of all types of bodies, range of experience as possible.

Thanks to Ralf Medd-Stengel and Jules Porter for the images on this site.