Studio Update: COVID-19 Measures
It is with great sadness that due to the current COVID-19 outbreak we have had to temporarily close the doors at Narali Yoga Studio. At this point we cannot make an assessment on how long the closure will last and we are awaiting for further advice from the government about when it will be safe for us to do so.
Ensuring that Narali Yoga remains a safe space to practice for all our members and teachers is our top priority and we will do everything that we can to make sure that the studio is still here for you to come and join us when this pandemic is over. We want to thank you all for your love, continued support and patience while we navigate this trying time.
We have moved our classes online and we have a full timetable of your favourite teachers to practice with. All our classes are still available to book through the free Narali Yoga App. If you have passes remaining with us from a previously purchased block of classes you can either use these against online classes or bank them for use when we are back to normal.
All our auto-pay membership payments have been suspended from the 21st March 2020. If your payment was before this date then your passes for the month will be available to use online. If you do not wish to use your existing class passes we have the option to purchase online class passes for £5 per class. These can be bought through our app or through this website.
Once you are registered for a class here’s what to do:
1. Go to www.zoom.com and register on your laptop/phone/tablet. On any of these three you will need an application so make sure that you’re fully set up before the class begins
2. Check your email for a confirmation email from us with your meeting code in it.
3. Set up your space and make sure that you have plenty of room to manoeuvre, that there is nothing that you’re going to hurt yourself on and if you can have the door shut to limit interruptions 🙂
4. Sign into your class at least five minutes before it begins so that we can work through any technical gremlins that anyone has.
5. Enjoy your class!
If taking part in a live class isn’t for you or doesn’t work with your schedule we have a number of classes available to rent through Vimeo, meaning that you can practice at your own pace and in your own time. To see all our available recorded classes please click here.
Narali Yoga is a community and we would like you to know that we are here for you during this difficult time. Your continued support online means the world to us as a studio and our teachers, and we would like to offer this back to you. If there is anything that we can do to help, please just drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best. We are sending you all so much love and positive energy and we can’t wait to be back in the studio with you all.
Light & Love
Rania & the Narali Team x
MEET THE FAMILY
Rania’s journey has seen her train in vinyasa, hatha, restorative and ashtanga practice, elements of which she brings to all her classes. Having also trained in massage and personal fitness she has a deep anatomical understanding and her classes work not only on strength-building, but on releasing tension and opening the body. Rania teaches with love and passion which radiates through the philosophy on which the studio is grounded.
Karen's intention is to create an inclusive environment where students can move freely, feel good, have fun and experience the infinitude of possibilities within themselves. Yoga found Karen over 12 years ago and the practice immediately resonated. Since then, she has taken opportunities to learn from teachers around the world within various lineages. Her teaching is influenced by restorative, yin and hatha yoga. She believes that above all, humour is an essential ingredient in yoga (& life!) and that laughter is the best core exercise there is.
Karen guides her students with humility and compassion, ensuring a warm and comfortable environment for everyone who walks through her door.
She enjoys helping people discover the range of their abilities. In building both body and mind. Her favourite moments are in seeing people find and blend their values into their practice.
John’s teaching is full of compassion, wisdom and love. He is driven by helping others to find the space internally to just be, to be more physically and mentally present and above all to find that deeper connection to the world around us.
She is passionate about helping people to create space for themselves. To work on that internal connection that allows us to truly be present and connect with other people. Lex believes that it doesn’t matter what brings you to the mat, it is the fact that you have got there, and you are prepared to let yoga reveal itself to you that is important. Lex’s style of teaching works on building mental and physical strength. Creating space for each individual to work on internal connection with gratitude and compassion.
transform their body, no matter what their circumstances are.
Maria’s style of teaching focuses on restoring equilibrium and encourages you to find your true potential. This can be done through stronger more dynamic practices or by encouraging practitioners to slow down holding postures and focusing on becoming still. There is always one common thread though and this is to be present, listening to our bodies. All practices incorporate breathing and relaxation techniques to help focus the mind and connect with the body, thus creating inner harmony and a greater sense of wellbeing.