Louise McCutcheon is teaching the Mum and Baby Yoga class. Louise is Mum to three children so teaches from a place of lived experience. In Louise’s own words, “It’s a space for Mums to practice yoga without having to find a baby sitter. The babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers can join in or just potter about. It can be chaotic but after a couple of sessions the children find their groove and you will definitely find some peace. I will guide you through a gentle vinyasa class and help out with the little ones as much as possible.”

Children are natural imitators. Gift them a practice worthy of imitation.


About This Class

  • Postnatal
  • Pregnancy

Postnatal yoga focuses on recovery and restoration and can alleviate stress and depression after giving birth.

Whether you have just had your postpartum check up or have a walking, talking toddler, Louise’s Mum’s Yoga offers the opportunity to re-establish your practice in a way that is safe for your post-pregnancy body and a safe space to bring your little (and not so little!) ones.

Suitable for non-movers, crawlers, toddlers, all the way up to pre-school age!

Class Schedule

What To Bring / How To Prepare

  • Yourself and your baby
Children are natural imitators. Gift them a practice worthy of imitation.

Your Teacher

Jock Orton

It is said that we all come to healing in our own time and this was true for me when in 2000, I fell down a mountain snowboarding, breaking my back in four places and shattering my collarbone. After numerous unsuccessful operations, I decided to take matters into my own hands so that I might stand a chance of being mobile by the time I hit forty.

I began a regular yoga practice and as the ancient saying goes, ‘When the student is ready the teacher will appear.’ I moved back to Cornwall at the same time as Bridget Woods-Kramer, a world renowned Anusara teacher.  I did my first two teacher trainings with no intention of ever teaching yoga, I just wanted to further my knowledge for my own practice. It was Bridget who dropped the bombshell on me that she needed cover for a Saturday class that forced me into teaching my first class. I was completely terrified………but I loved it!

I spent six years studying and teaching with Bridget and have developed a style that is physically challenging with attention to posture and alignment and above all, playful. My experience has taught me to cherish the physical practice of yoga, but it is the connection between mind, body and soul that inspires my practice.  Over the last decade, my personal practice has moved towards Ashtanga and I have undertaken Ashtanga teacher trainings with David Swenson, Manju Jois and John Scott.

I have been teaching for 20 years and over this time I feel deeply privileged to have been taught by some of the worlds best teachers from a range of different schools of yoga, including Richard Freeman, David Williams, Sianna Shermann, Rod Stryker, Doug Keller, Bruce Bowditch, John Friend, Nancy Gilgoff, and Doug Swenson. In my classes I call upon the teachings of all of my teachers to best serve my own students, with a blend of the styles, techniques and adjustments I’ve learnt along my yoga journey. I am also co-founder and director of Lime House Yoga with my partner Emma and a dad to two wonderful children who constantly inspire and challenge me to be more present in the world and on my mat.

Jock teaches:

Dynamic & Strong Vinyasa – Mondays | 6pm

Vinyasa: All Levels – Wednesdays | 6pm

Vinyasa: All Levels – Thursdays | 9:30am

Mysore – Fridays | 7-9am

Ashtanga Vinyasa – Saturdays | 8am

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