Community Yoga in Middlesbrough & Stockton (Teesside) – AMALAwellness

Community Yoga, Chair Yoga and Chair Exercise in Middlesbrough, Stockton & Redcar and Cleveland.

Blog Post Created 19th July 2021, Updated 14th November 2021.

Hi all! As things start to change and restrictions are lifted, I just thought I would update you on our plans moving forward.

AMALAwellness – Young at Heart, and Active for Life!

We are a collective of like-minded individuals in Teesside who believe in the transformative power of Yoga, Movement and Meditation.

Our Mission: To transform lives & promote healthier communities by connecting people through Yoga, Meditation, Mindfulness and Gentle Movement.

You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.”

– C.S Lewis
Young at heart, active for life!

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– Community Hatha Yoga & Meditation –
– Keep Moving Teesside! / Chair Yoga –

– Protocol for classes –

Although restrictions will be easing on the 19th of July, I have decided it is in the best interests of both myself and students to keep class numbers to 18 Max, so that people can feel safe attending classes and still socially distance. Luckily our community classes are in quite spacious halls.

– Optional –

This is optional, but preferred to keep people safe and able to enjoy classes for the foreseeable future.

For all classes, wearing a mask will be recommended for entering and leaving the building.
You can remove the mask when seated on your mat/chair and practicing.
When leaving, a mask will need to be worn.

2M + must still be adhered to, so please respect others spaces when setting up and practicing.

Please sanitize hands before class and bring your own mat.
If equipment is used, Aimee will sanitize these before and after class.
Please keep your personal belongings by your ‘space’ to avoid unnecessary contact with surfaces around the hall.

– Update to schedule – Online classes –

We will be running the online Move it or Lose it class till the end of July, then we will be moving to in-person classes only. If you would like to attend an in person class, please see our class schedule and let us know.

– Looking after ourselves as we transition out of lockdown –

As we start to exit restrictions, many of us may be feeling stressed, anxious or exhausted. Even with the worst hopefully behind us, the effects can still be felt. If this is you, you’re not alone.
As things start to lift, getting used to the new normal will be challenging for us all. Make sure to look after yourself as we start to transition.

Combatting lockdown blues
Yoga and Meditation Classes Online 
Teesside / Middlesbrough / Stockton

Yoga, meditation, Gentle exercise, relaxation and creating a stress-free home environment is so important, now more so than ever. At AMALAwellness we have a regular class timetable designed to help deal with the lockdown blues, maintain good mental health and keep active.

– New classes! –

Our schedule, pricing and T’s&C’s is avaiable here.

Our classes are running across Teesside.

– Yoga Schedule –

Classes Schedule

Course – St Augustines Church Hall, Kirkby, Teesside.

Gentle Hatha Yoga & Meditation – St Mary’s Church Hall, Nunthorpe. 9:30-11:00am.

– Keep Moving Teesside! –

Classes Schedule

Mondays – The Glebe Community Centre, Norton. 3:15-4:15pm.

Wednesdays – St Mary’s Church Hall, Nunthorpe. 1:30-2:30pm.

Fridays – The Rings Community Hub, Ingleby Barwick. 1:30-2:30pm.

– Need to contact us? –

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Aimee is a Yoga, Meditation and Chair Based Yoga and Exercise teacher in located in Middlesbrough, England, UK.
Find AMALAwellness yoga and meditation classes in Teesside and online.

17 thoughts on “Community Yoga in Middlesbrough & Stockton (Teesside) – AMALAwellness

  1. It’s going to be an odd time after 19th July as many people will still feel unsafe, so I think ti si great you are thinking about them and maintaining some safety measures. Mich x

  2. I think it’s good that you’ll still be encouraging distancing and mask wearing even when restrictions change as everyone will feel much safer then x

  3. Positive that you’re allowing people to still feel comfortable and safe after the 19th. I’m interested to see how many businesses that will do this.

  4. I don’t practice yoga but I’m happy to know that you can still hold classes despite the pandemic. I know it’s important for those who practice the discipline.

  5. That is such a great way to get people interested in yoga. Group classes are always great because you have a community around you instead of struggling on your own.

  6. Glad you can still have classes safely during covid. Yoga is good for the health of mind and body.

  7. It is wonderful that classes like this can remain open despite health concerns. I hope your local communities received these classes and opportunities for well being with open arms.

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