Yoga @ Home with Annie Clarke


Healthy Living > Physical health > Yoga at home with Simplyhealth and Annie Clarke

Blog Article | By Simplyhealth 26 April 2021

At Simplyhealth, we know how important it is to be active and take part in regular exercise. Not only is it a great way to relax and unwind, there are plenty of physical health and wellbeing benefits too.


It is thought that with regular practice, yoga is a safe and effective way to improve strength, flexibility and balance. Plus, there is some evidence to suggest that it can be beneficial for those who are experiencing stress and depression.1


Yoga teacher Annie Clarke is here to help.

If you already have a yoga mat, please bring it along however no exercise equipment is needed and the kids can join in too. The class is suitable for all abilities, including beginners. Make sure you are hydrated, wearing comfortable clothing and you’re fit and well.


Workout @ Home with Annie Clarke was the third of four live events. Simplyhealth Live @ Home has covered a number of important topics, from exercise to nutrition, to everyday health and wellbeing.


So follow us on Facebook to be the first to find out about our future upcoming events with even more famous faces!


Before starting any exercise regime you should consider consulting a qualified fitness or sports adviser to ensure it is suitable for you and you should consult your GP if you have a medical condition, are taking medication or have any other concerns. If you join in our live workout, you agree to do so at your own risk and Simplyhealth cannot be held responsible for any injuries which occur as a result of these exercises.

Annie Clarke is an author and one of the UK’s most influential yogis.


As a qualified yoga teacher, she loves to share the practice of yoga as a tool for a deeper, more connected and intuitive way of living.


Annie believes that yoga has the power to unlock so much for each of us. She weaves through a thread of modern philosophy to create depth to the practice and bridge the gap between the beautiful ancient practice and our modern lifestyles.

Yoga instructor Annie Clarke in a yoga pose