As the government has recently provided updated guidance regarding current restrictions and working safely in other people’s homes, Breathe is now resuming in-person private yoga and Pilates lessons in accordance with recommended guidelines.

The most up to date information can be found at: and

Currently, in England, you are able to meet indoors in groups of up to two households (anyone in your support bubble counts as one household) and you can meet outdoors in groups of up to six people who you do not live with or who are not in your support bubble. You should only meet in groups of more than six people if everyone is a member of the same household or support bubble.

Please do note that it remains the case that you should not:

  • Socialise indoors in groups of more than two households (anyone in your support bubble counts as one household).
  • Socialise outdoors in a group of more than six people from different households; gatherings larger than six should only take place if everyone is from exclusively from two households or support bubbles.

In addition:

  • No work should be carried out in a household which is isolating because one or more family members has symptoms or where an individual has been advised to shield.
  • When working in a household where somebody is clinically vulnerable, but has not been asked to shield, for example, the home of someone over 70, prior arrangements should be made with vulnerable people to avoid any face-to-face contact, for example, when answering the door. Everyone should be particularly strict about handwashing, coughing and sneezing hygiene, such as covering your nose and mouth and disposing of single-use tissues.

If you do decide to go ahead with a home visit, it is entirely the responsibility of you and your teacher to stay updated with the latest guidance and consider how it can be applied to your home visits most effectively.

This includes but is not limited to:

  • Maintaining 2m social distance.
  • Washing your hands more often than usual for 20 seconds using soap and hot water, particularly after coughing, sneezing, and blowing your nose.
  • Reducing the spread of germs when you cough or sneeze by covering your mouth and nose with a tissue, or your sleeve (not your hands) if you don’t have a tissue, and throw the tissue in a bin immediately, then wash your hands.
  • Cleaning regularly touched objects and surfaces using your regular cleaning products to reduce the risk of passing any infection on to other people.
  • Communicating with your teacher prior to any visit to discuss how your appointment will be carried out to minimise risk for all parties, including to ensure that a 2m distance is kept from you.
  • Working outdoors or in well-ventilated rooms whenever possible.
  • Leaving all internal doors open to minimise contact with door handles.
  • Identifying busy areas across the household where people travel to, from or through, for example, stairs and corridors, and minimising movement within these areas.
  • Avoiding transmission during appointments, for example from sharing/touching objects (eg your exercise equipment).

There are some circumstances when wearing a face covering may be marginally beneficial as a precautionary measure. The evidence suggests that wearing a face covering does not protect you, but it may protect others if you are infected but have not developed symptoms. Please visit for more detailed information regarding face coverings.

Please call +44 20 8452 8322 or email to book a lesson or discuss this or anything else.