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Yoga Online: Workplace Wellbeing Classes for Staff

FLO AT HOME

ONLINE YOGA CLASSES

Move & breathe. Recharge, relax & restore.

Balance the mind and body with Flotality’s online yoga classes, inspiring and supporting functional fitness to help you to achieve optimal wellness!
Stay inspired. Stay motivated.

LIVE, ENGAGING & DYNAMIC, ZOOM YOGA CLASSES EVERY WEEK

Enjoy a variety of styles including energising vinyasa flows and HIIT style fitness yoga to more restorative sessions and slower-paced classes designed purely to just unwind and stretch off…

Each class is just 30 minutes long, so easy to fit in around work, family and other training routines…

TUESDAYS @ 6:30 AM

Vinyasa Flo

30 MIN DYNAMIC YOGA FLOW – MOBILISE, TONE & STRETCH

Energise your morning with this dynamic class linking yoga postures with the breath. 

 

Each month explore a new pose, transition or technique with a themed progressive class format – suitable for beginners and advanced yogis alike!

 

BENEFITS:
• Improve mobility and strength
• Get fit & tone up
• Learn new yoga skills

 

Suggested props:

  • Strap
  • Yoga blocks and bricks

TUESDAYS @ 7:05 AM

SLO FLO

30 MIN RESTORATIVE YOGA  WITH BREATH FOCUS

A slower-paced class format, perfect for beginners or those just returning to the mat.

 

A popular class, and rightly so because I believe just about everyone needs a bit of Slo Flo in their life! 

 

Gentle & recovery-focused – join me to stretch off, clear the busy mind, relax and refocus…

 

BENEFITS:
• Post-workout recovery
• Stress & anxiety relief
• Clarity and focus

 

Suggested props:

  • Yoga blocks and bricks
  • Bolster cushion/pillows

WEDNESDAYS @ 7:00 AM

HIIT YOGA

30 MIN HIIT STYLE FITNESS CLASS

4 – WEEK COURSE: STARTS WED 4TH MAY

Get fit, tone up & lose weight with this Tabatha style class that will raise your pulse and build a sweat…

Enjoy a little taster of our popular studio class, using yoga-based training techniques with dynamic movement in a HIIT style format to condition the body and boost fitness levels.

Take this class at your own pace – suitable for beginners and advanced yogis alike.

Suggested props:

  • Water bottle/glass of water

THURSDAYS @ 7:00 AM

MOBILITY SESSIONS 

30 MIN DYNAMIC MOBILITY & STRETCH FOCUSED CLASS

Unlock tight muscles, release tension, improve range of movement, build strength & stability, stretch off and relax.

 

Focusing on functional movement, enjoy a dynamic style online yoga class, designed to ease aches and pains, encourage better movement patterns and build joint strength, to unlock your body’s full potential, improving health and enhance athletic performance.


BENEFITS:
• Improve movement range
• Ease aches and pains
• Build strength and stability

 

Suggested props:

  • Strap
  • Yoga blocks and bricks

Advice and guides relating to taking my online classes when you are pregnant or have a medical condition.

My online classes are designed for all levels and abilities, however, if you are pregnant or have a medical condition you must practise with caution or seek advice from your doctor in addition to using the advice from these guides.

 

Harriet Smith/Flotality and their agents assume no liability for persons who undertake physical activity. By registering for any of my online classes you are confirming that you agree to this and understand the risks involved should you participate.

Yoga and Fitness for Medical Conditions

Regular physical activity is fun and healthy, and increasingly more people are starting to become more active every day. Being more active is very safe for most people. However, some people should check with their doctor before they start becoming much more physically active.

 

Exercise including yoga can help to support, manage and even improve many medical conditions, however, it is important to take any activity with caution. If you have any questions or concerns then please get in touch prior to taking my online classes – email Harriet at hello@flotality.co.uk, or seek advice from your doctor.

 

Online classes are much harder to communicate and support physically the needs of each individual, although I do try my best, and by contacting me before I will be able to support and advise for your individual needs.

ADVICE FOR PREGNANT WOMEN TAKING MY ONLINE CLASSES:

Yoga practice during pregnancy can bring many physical and mental benefits that may help your pregnancy and the road beyond. However, you need to be cautious of which movements you can practice and at what stage.

Please see below a brief guide.


If you have any questions or concerns then please get in touch prior to taking my online classes – email Harriet at hello@flotality.co.uk, or seek advice from your doctor.

 

Online classes are much harder to communicate and support physically the needs of each individual, although I do try my best, and by contacting me before I will be able to support and advise for your individual needs.

DO:

  • Use support – blocks, boulders pillows
  • ALWAYS listen to your body.

AVOID:

  • Intense backbends, forward bends or twists. If it feels ok, you can take the beginner level option offered for these, don’t go as deep, or if in doubt skip the movement completely.
  • Poses that involve forceful contractions of the abdominals – crunches and planks (use knees instead)
  • Poses that put a lot of pressure on the belly
  • Inversions if you have not practised these before.

DO:

  • Use support – blocks, boulders pillows
  • ALWAYS listen to your body.

AVOID:

  • Prone postures that involve lying face down – take tabletop pose instead.
  • Intense backbends, forward bends or twists – avoid going ‘deeper’
  • Revolved poses (twists) – take the regular option instead.
  • Inversions if you have not practiced these before.yoga poses to avoid in second
  • Jumping, hopping, or bouncing
  • Laying flat on your back, or your right side

DO:

  • Use support – blocks, boulders pillows
  • KEEP MOVING – just take it easy, listen to your body

AVOID:

  • Intense backbends, twists, and forward bends
  • Strong or forceful abdominal contractions
  • Inversions (unless you’re very experienced)
  • Jumping, hopping, or bouncing
  • Squats
  • Laying flat on your back, or your right side – perhaps take the seated alternative instead.