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Pyjama Yoga With Tamara Pitelen

From Bath, England – To Your Yoga Mat

Author, yoga teacher and Holiday Goddess writer Tamara Pitelen offers Pyjama Yoga on YouTube (free) and live on Zoom (with single passes or subscriptions), no matter where in the world you are. She is based near Bath, England.

Tamara Pitelen’s creative and original approach to yoga – broadcast from her British base (she is a YMCA Bath instructor) – is popular with beginners as well as experienced yogis.


Fiery Flow Yoga and Gently Does It Yoga

Fiery Flow Yoga, Gently Does It Yoga and Pyjama Yoga are tempting ways to stretch indoors, no matter what the weather is like, or what the year is bringing. Tamara (a Holiday Goddess contributor) has a friendly, down-to-earth style and slight New Zealand twang that makes her stand out as a yoga teacher. More than that, she’s a source of warm encouragement. Formerly a wellness magazine editor based in Dubai, she is also an energy healer.

You can subscribe to Tamara Pitelen’s YouTube channel here.

Tamara is also the author of How to Heal Your Weightand her website is here. 

Live Zoom Yoga – Single Pass or Subscription


Zoom Yoga From Britain to Australia, New Zealand

Tamara says, “I’m an advanced yoga instructor (RYT 500), and an energy healer, and I’m inviting you to join me for 45 minutes of live online yoga over Zoom every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 7.30am GMT. (Evenings in Australia and New Zealand)

Regular Sessions For Better Results

Together, we’ll help each other commit to a regular practice because this is the key to unlocking the profound benefits of yoga – a regular practice. Doing a little every day is far better than doing a sweaty, monster class once every two weeks. Think of it as like brushing your teeth. It’s better to spend a few minutes every day rather than do nothing for weeks and then spend 3 hours on brushing, floss and mouthwash.”

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Tamara Pitelen at
Featured image by Patrick Malleret at Unsplash.

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