(All of my YogaTree classes are on hold during sheltering-in-place.)
Prenatal Yoga Every Tuesday and Thursday From 12-1:30 pm via Zoom. This class will begin with a moderated check in about what it feels like to be bringing a baby into the world during the pandemic. Suggested donation $10-30.
Gentle Relaxation Every Monday from 7-8:30 pm via Zoom. Juice up your achy hips, lift your mood and set yourself up for a restuful night’s sleep. Suggested donation $10-30
To register for an online class, send your payment through Venmo @britt-fohrman or PayPal using the “sending to friends or family” option to email@example.com (otherwise I am charged a fee). Along with your payment, please note which class and date you will be attending. Please pay as much as you can afford.
All weekly yoga classes listed below can be accessed at the Zoom link below (and also by clicking on the day of the week):
Password is: RELAXNOW
Britt’s Personal Meeting ID # 415-412-2441
Class packages allow you to pay for a month at a time.
Basic package: 2 weekly live classes (either 2 Gentle Hatha, or 2 Prenatal). Sliding scale: $80 – $240.
Extra Relaxation Package: Basic Package, plus downloads of 2 guided audio relaxation tracks per week. Sliding scale of $120 – $280
Deluxe Sheltering in Relaxation Package: Extra Relaxation Package, plus 2-one hour private yoga sessions via Zoom. Sliding scale of $370 – $530. Private sessions will be recorded for your personal re-use.
*All packages can either include live-streamed Zoom classes, or recorded classes, but not both.*
I would love to stay in touch with you and support you in maintaining your practice while we are all hibernating.
More details about how to access the Zoom yoga classes are below.
Most of my Yoga Tree and Natural Resources workshops will go online for the duration of shelter-in-place. Please register through the respective locations to reserve your space.
Even though there are lots of cheap or free ways to practice online, you will find these classes to be unique and targeted to the people who are present. And you will be supporting a small, woman-owned business hustling to thrive through the Coronavirus pandemic.
You can start with this meditation video I made for you.
At least a few minutes before the class or group begins log on to Zoom.
Make sure your camera is set up so we can see you, and you can see the screen from where you’re practicing. I will take some time to check in with everyone and have a sense of what people are wanting and needing.
Create some space to roll out your mat, ideally with some room on either side to stretch out. Place your screen at a height where you can see me, first sitting, and eventually standing and from the floor.
If you have yoga props, please gather everything you’ve got!
Please have a stable chair nearby (not on wheels).
If you don’t have a mat, be on a firm, non slippery floor.
If you don’t have a bolster, gather firm pillows and or couch cushions.
If you don’t have blocks, gather a couple of stacks of hardcover books, each about 6 inches tall.
If you don’t have yoga blankets, gather firm, tightly woven blankets and or beach towels.
If you don’t have a belt, gather an old tie, the belt from your bathrobe or some other kind of belt or rope that’s laying around.
Something to cover your eyes at the end will be nice too!
Yoga props are not required, though they may enhance your practice. Rainbow Grocery and most natural foods stores sell yoga props! I also like Hugger Mugger, if you want to order some online.
If you would prefer my support in a more intimate context, I am happy to book 1-1 sessions with you over Zoom.
Schedule an online private yoga session via Zoom. You can even hire me to do a Zoom yoga, relaxation and or meditation session for your team/ employees/ colleagues.
Book an online childbirth preparation session. We can go over breathing techniques, positions to labor in, deep relaxation, visualization, the role fo the partner and how to navigate the medical system in this extreme circumstance. (Doulas are not currently allowed into all SF hospitals, but most doulas, including myself, will offer at home and remote support.) Many families due soon are considering switching to homebirth, so I can also help you fugue that out.
Or feel free to buy a gift certificate for a loved one for any of the above services or experiences.
All of my rates are listed in their various pages on my website, though during this time, I am offering a sliding scale to anyone who is unemployed or under employed and experiencing financial hardship.
Best way to pay for any of these is through Venmo @britt-fohrman, or PayPal (using the “Friends and Family” function to avoid the fees) to firstname.lastname@example.org.