Welcome to the Infinite Harmony Virtual Studio

Yoga classes via Zoom have been running successfully this week. Since I moved the classes to the virtual world I have run 12 classes for over 50 people. Yogis have joined me from Basingstoke, Dorset, France and Israel!

Joining the class is simple. You book via the Gymcatch booking app as normal. Once you have paid, Gymcatch will share the Zoom booking link which you use to join the class at the allotted time. As long as you have used your email address in your booking you will also be sent an automated reminder from Gymcatch before the class starts. I will be in the class 15 minutes before the session starts.

Classes are £3.50 for 30 minute sessions or £5.00 for 60 minute sessions. There is a 4-week pass for the 30 minute sessions available for £20.

If you are new to Infinite Harmony you will need to complete a health questionnaire which you can find here. You will also need to have a brief 121 with Vicky before the class starts.

The classes:

Morning Yoga

Lunchtime Yoga

Mon – Friday – 08.00 – 08.30 £3.50 per session

Tues – Thur- 12.00 – 12.30 £3.50 per session

This class will take you through Sun Salutations and give you a chance to get moving and be ready to face the day.

A quick class to help you work out the kinks before your afternoon begins.


Gentle Chair Yoga

Relax Yoga

Monday’s – 14.00 – 15.00 £5.00 per session

Tuesday’s – 19.00 – 20.00 £5.00 per session

The class is a gentle, slower paced class that uses chairs and props to help your body move into supported yoga postures.

This class is for all levels of ability and uses Asana (postures) to help you relax and deepen your yoga practice.

Stretch & Flex Yoga

Yoga Nidra

Sunday’s – 10.00 – 11.00 £5.00 per session

Sunday’s – 19.00 – 20.00 £5.00 per session

This class focuses on strength and flexibility and uses Sun Salutations and strength based postures to deepen your practice and build your core.


This is is a deep relaxation yoga class using gentle yoga postures before a guided mediation. Described as ‘yogic sleep,’ this is the state of consciousness between waking and sleeping, in which the body is completely relaxed.

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