We offer a range of classes suitable for all, from beginners to advanced and with new students starting each week, every class can be adapted to suit you. We love the fact that our students are an eclectic bunch and offer a range of yoga styles to choose from. From gentle restorative Yin yoga to dynamic Ashtanga, there’s something here for everyone. Have a look at our Yoga Styles page for more information.
Our oldest student is 65 and our youngest is 6, we have 6ft 4” guys and 4ft 11” women, elite athletes and those who are at the start of their fitness journey. People who come for the physical strength and challenge of the practice, students who come to calm their minds and those who quite frankly come just for Em’s food!
Pre-booking is required before coming to class as we limit the number of students to 16 per class.
There are a range of payment options, you can ‘drop in’ and pay each time or purchase one of our class passes. These are available at the bottom of the page and offer discounts on the class price.
10 Class Pass – £70
* valid for four months
5 Class Pass – £37.50
* valid for two months
Monthly Unlimited – £60
* Automatically renews monthly on the date of purchase
75 min – £8.50
90 min – £9
120 min Ashtanga Class/Mysore – £12
(Or one and a half credits if you have a 10 class pass. Or included as part of a monthly unlimited pass)
Struggling – we believe yoga should be available for everyone. If you’re struggling, please talk to us.
Our FUNdamentals class is designed to give our new students the foundational elements of the yoga practice and to be taught in a relaxing environment where everyone is learning something new together. It builds student’s confidence in the common yoga sequences – sun salutations A&B and also gives time to work step-by-step through the most widely used postures in the yoga class. It is also suitable for students who are returning to their yoga practice after a break.
Classes are suitable for people who are either starting out on their yoga journey or who prefer a more gentle practice. The class will include sun salutations at a gentle pace and relaxation techniques. Confident beginners are also welcome.
This is a moderate to fast paced class that will introduce more challenging postures, including backbends, inversions and pranayama (breathing) techniques. Classes are suitable for intermediate and advanced students who have a good foundation and have been practicing for some time. The teacher is experienced enough to adapt the posture to suit your individual practice.
This is a mixed ability class suitable for both new and advanced yoga practitioners. You’ll see that many of our classes are mixed level as we’ve noticed that new students progress much faster when in a mixed ability class. Don’t worry though, the teacher is always experienced enough to adapt poses to suit everyone in the class.
This a re-energising and relaxing class especially for mum and baby. Our postnatal classes focus on strengthening the abdominal, back and pelvic floor muscles. The postures will also help to release tension in the shoulders and neck. The class will incorporate your baby, creating a fun atmosphere and more opportunity to bond. We recommend that you allow your body time to fully recover so therefore the classes are aimed for when the baby is 6 weeks plus up to when they are able crawl. The classes are booked as a 5 class block. that can be used over a 7 week period, so if you miss a couple of weeks then your pass is still valid. £40 for 5 classes.
Mysore practice is the traditional way Ashtanga Yoga was taught in India. The student practices a predefined sequence of asana’s (poses) at their own pace and the teacher will only adjust or give advice where necessary.
The Saturday morning class is a counted led practice. The teacher will count in Sanskrit and give clear instruction on how to perform each of the asanas (poses). Each asana in the series has distinct number of movements to move into and out of the ‘state’ of the asana.
ie. Trikonasana (triangle pose) has a count of 5 Vinyasa’s to get you from standing at the front of your mat into the ‘state’ of the asana for both the right and left legs and then back to standing at the front of your mat again. (It may sound complicated but once you experience it in class it will make more sense!)