Lucyoga On-Demand Members Hub


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Read the information below to familiarise yourself with how Lucyoga Online Yoga: On-Demand works

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How the On-Demand package works (FAQs)

How does it work?

Each month I will update the videos on this page.

The videos are all password protected. You will receive an email with the current password as soon as you purchase your membership so that you can get started right away.

You will then receive an email with a new password on the 11th of each month, for as long as your membership remains active.

It is the SAME password for every video and it is case sensitive.

How can I keep in touch with you?

If you have any questions arising from your practice or wish to talk to me about it, please email me on This includes feedback on the yoga, whether it is meeting your needs and special requests for specific postures, sequences and themes.

I’ve also set up a dedicated Facebook Group for On-Demand and Weekly Yoga Club members. This is an optional extra, so no worries if you don’t want to use it, but it’s a very friendly space if you do!

Special features of the On-Demand Yoga

Introducing yoga classes that you can tailor for your needs

One of the really exciting features of the On-Demand Yoga is that the full-length classes can be tailored to your own needs using a feature called Chapters.

The Chapters mean that you can tailor the class to suit YOUR needs on any given day. You could do the whole class as it was originally taught, or you can break it up.

For example, if you are feeling tired or have fatigue you could just do the chapters that are gentle and relaxing. Or if you are looking for a more active practice you could do the more dynamic chapters only.

Under each video that features Chapters, I’ll suggest ways to tailor your practice but you can make your own choices! Take control of your yoga practice and your wellbeing.

How do I find the Chapters?

Chapters are a feature in Vimeo (the service I use to share my videos here). To see them you need to hover over or click on the video (after you have entered the password) until you can see the playback toolbar along the bottom.

On the right-hand side, there is an icon that looks like a bullet-point list. Click that and you will be able to see the chapters. Simply click on the chapter to play the video from that point on.

This image shows the chapters in an example Vimeo video.

Screenshot of a video in Vimeo showing how to access the chapters in a video

How Should I Prepare for Yoga?

Getting ready

One of the lovely things about online yoga is that you can practice in the comfort of your own home. It’s especially nice if you can take a little time to create a special space for your yoga practice.

Here are some tips for creating a yoga space for online yoga.

  • Position your screen somewhere you can see it easily from your yoga mat
  • Use books or other things from around the house to prop any smaller devices up so they don’t slip down
  • Have a clear area around you where you are practising so you aren’t going to crash into things, or have doors opened on you, etc.
  • Ask others in your house (if there are any) that you’d like a bit of time for yourself and to not disturb you (you can ask, at least!)

Other things you can do:

  • Use the biggest screen you can. Can you connect your laptop to the TV? Or can you use your Smart TV to watch what is on your phone?
  • Connect your device to a good speaker. I use music in all my classes so hook up a good speaker for the best sound experience

Preparing your yoga equipment

There are a few things you can get ready to make your yoga experience nice and calm.

Like getting all your equipment together before you start. For full-length classes I recommend:

  • a yoga mat
  • blanket(s)
  • a couple of cushions
    and if you have them…
  • yoga blocks
  • bolster
  • yoga strap (or dressing gown sash, or a tie)
  • an eye pillow (or soft scarf works too)

For a shorter class you might simply need to take your shoes off and just get moving (or lying down!)

More ways to prepare…

  • Consider lighting a candle if you have one
  • Get a mug of water (preferably hot/warm as this is best for you during yoga practice)
  • Wear layers so you can adapt to the different levels of activity
  • Lower lighting is better in the evening but remember, this is YOUR practice so do what suits you.
  • You could even practice in a garden or do your relaxation in bed!


Your classes this month are…

Saturday 24 October BOOK HERE

Saturday 7 November BOOK HERE

This Month's On-Demand Videos (11 October - 11 November)

This month we are focusing on the theme of comfort and purpose.

Click on the class title to navigate straight to it, or scroll down and see what takes your fancy.

Remember the password is in your joining or monthly members email, it is case sensitive and the same for every video.

Autumn is Here: Yin Yoga and Dru Yoga with a disco dance-break

This class is 80 minutes long and can be practised as a whole or in sections.

Chapter 1: Floor based Yin Yoga to soothe and very gently energise the body. Feel deeply stretched and nourished.
Chapter 2: Activations and a Disco Dance Break
Chapter 3: Dru Yoga Energy Block Release Three
Chapter 4: Deep Relaxation

Recorded from the live class on Saturday 26 September.

Examples of how to create your own practice from this class

  1. If you have fatigue, Long Covid, or need to soothe a rattled nervous system I recommend using the first section of Yin Yoga and then the Deep Relaxation.
  2. If you’re looking for a shorter, more dynamic practice you could use Chapter 2 through to, and including, the Deep Relaxation.
  3. If you want a pre-bed practice you could use the Yin Yoga in Chapter 1 or the Deep Relaxation in Chapter 4.

Want to listen to the playlist again? Here it is on Spotify

Release, Let Go and Take Back Your Power: Yin Yoga and Dru Yoga with a 90s dance break

This class is 80 minutes long and can be practised as a whole or in sections.

Chapter 1: Floor based Yin Yoga to gently release tightness from the body and bring in more energy. Includes gentle backbends to activate the Kidney energy.
Chapter 2: Activations and a 90s Indie Dance Break
Chapter 3: Dru Yoga Energy Block Release Two (part one)
Chapter 4: Tree of Transformation
Chapter 5: Deep Relaxation

Recorded from the live class on Saturday 10 October.

Examples of how to create your own practice from this class

  1. If you have fatigue, Long Covid, or find mornings very difficult you could use the Yin Yoga (chapter 1) to help you gently wake up. Or use the Yin and Deep Relaxation (chapters 1 and 5) as a daily practice.
  2. If you’re looking for a more physical practice you could use Activations, Energy Block Release Two, followed by Deep Relaxation (chapters 2,3 and 5)
  3. If you want a mindfulness practice to help deal with a specific situation you are struggling with, you could use the Tree of Transformation daily (chapter 4).

Want to listen to the playlist again? Here it is on Spotify

Morning Yoga for Tired Bodies

A fatigue-friendly 15-minute morning yoga session to start your gently and raise your energy levels

Suitable for everyone, whether you are physically, mentally or emotionally exhausted this will help ease you into your day.

Short Lunchtime Reset

This video is a short session, just 11 minutes long, to use in your day to get moving and refresh yourself.

Take it easy or dance around your room pretending to be Kate Bush!


This video is a relaxation session. It’s only 15-minutes, which you can easily spend scrolling through social media, but this will actually make you feel better!

Deep relaxation is said to be more refreshing than a nap! So if you need some timeout to just press the pause button, or help to get off to sleep, here is my gift to you.

Healthy Back Sequence

This video is the Healthy Back Sequence. At just over 15-minutes it’s a handy daily practice for anyone that suffers from back pain.

It can also work well as a morning or pre-bed practice to ease out aches and pains. Daily practice is the key to this sequence working, so use it as often as you can.