Yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual philosophy for life. it is a practise for everyone.
Yoga is an ancient practise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing.
The origins of yoga date back five thousand years to the Indus valley in Northern India. The word yoga means to ‘yoke’ or to unite’ to create a union between body and mind. Yoga is most commonly understood as the practice of postures ‘asanas’. It is through the physical practise of yoga asanas that many other elements begin to unfold and the practice becomes one of transformation, not just on your mat but into your daily life.
We have a comprehensive timetable of classes to suit everyone:-
Astanga yoga combines breath and movement in a vigorous physical practise. A strong flowing vinyasa practice moving the body and synchronising the breath into a rhythmic, meditative practice.
Our hatha classes are varied, spending time exploring asana (posture) pranayama (breath) and Dharana (concentration).
Yin and Restorative with Yoga Nidra. These classes offer you reflective time to be still, work into places of resistance, rest and unwind from the stresses of life.
Slow flow with Meditation. A quiet flowing class with insightful tools from ancient yoga wisdom.
Astanga fusion is a playful practice using the astanga practice as its basis.
Kundalini will invigorate your mind and spirit with movement, sound, breath and meditation. (these classes are taught as 6 week courses)
- Astanga -
Monday, Wed & Fri
Tues and Wed (fusion) 7.30-8.45pm
Friday (slow flow and meditation) 9.15-10.45am
Monday (hatha) 6.30-7.45pm
Thursday (restorative Yin)
Sunday (restorative and Yoga Nidra) 8-9.15pm
Book a class or course online
Please click here for our timetable, go to the date of your first class for booking. Contact Sarah 07703599609/ firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.