Yoga Classes

“Yoga is the ultimate practice. It simultaneously stimulates our inner light and quiets our overactive minds. It is both energy and rest. Yin and Yang. We feel the burn and find our bliss.”

What is Yoga?

A Yoga class involves a series of poses and breathing exercises. These poses help to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and mental well-being. There are many different styles of yoga but they all share the goal of improving your overall well-being.

Range of styles offering something for everyone. Hatha and Vinyasa are more dynamic. Gentler classes for a deeper stretch such as Yin, and relaxing healing experiences such as Restorative and Nidra.

What are the benefits?

  • Improved flexibility and posture.
  • Build strength and muscle tone.
  • Relief for depression, stress and anxiety.
  • Boost your immunity and reduce inflammation.
  • Improvements to your overall health and sense of wellbeing.

Yoga is not just about stretching and strengthening muscles. It’s also about finding inner peace, building self-confidence and improving overall health and well-being.

Do I need to be fit and flexible?

Yoga can be practiced by anyone at any age, you don't need to be super fit. In fact you will probably benefit more quickly if you are stiff and inflexible.

How much does it cost?

We have a range of flexible pricing options designed to make attending our classes simple and stress-free. You can pay for a one-off class, or purchase a block of classes at a discounted rate.

We also have an introductory offer available for new customers, which is a great value package designed to help you explore our timetable.

Which class should I start with?

There's no wrong place to start but we generally recommend a Hatha class for beginners for a slower, well-rounded introduction to Yoga.

If you are looking for a more relaxing and meditative experience, you will enjoy a Restorative or Yin class.

Click the button below to view our timetable (we've highlighted the best classes for beginners).

Guidelines for before your first Yoga class

Before Class

  • Aim to arrive 10 minutes before you first class so that we can familiarise you with where everything is.
  • Wear something loose-fitting and comfortable, that you can move freely in.
  • You might want to bring a bottle of water to take into the class with you.
  • We have changing rooms and lockers available.
Guidelines for how to get the most out of your Yoga class

During Class

  • To ensure an enjoyable experience, please switch off your mobile phone.
  • We remove shoes before entering the main studio. Barefoot is best but you are welcome to wear socks.
  • Let your teacher know that you are new, or if you have any injuries or concerns.
  • Listen to your body, you know it best.
Guidelines for after your Yoga class

After Class

  • Do let us know how you got on, our team want to talk to you and will be more than happy to answer any questions.
  • There is no rush to leave, you are welcome to take your time.
  • Drink some water, it is important to stay hydrated.
  • Your muscles might be a little sore, but that feeling will pass!

Ready to get started?

Simply purchase a single class or a block of class credits, and then you can start booking straight away.

Need some more advice?

Our team would be delighted to help find the right class for you. Please do get in touch and we will help guide you.