Class Types

We offer classes to suit all levels in Vinyasa-Flow and Hatha. We have classes that are specially designed for beginners which offer a more gentle and slow paced experience, but all are welcome to attend any classes on our timetable.

hatha Yoga 

Hatha Yoga describes the physical aspect of the asana (postures), connecting to the breath in poses and holding poses to build strength as well as flexibility. During this class you will move through a series of postures which can be modified to suit each level, in order to open you body, build strength, and improve flexibility. This class will combine physical hatha yoga, breathing exercises (pranayama) meditation and yoga nidra.


Vinyasa flow describes a flowing sequence of yoga postures. This class with give you the feeling of a workout, purely using yoga postures which can be tailored to suit your level of experience and strength. You can still expect heartfelt teachings rooted in yogic philosophy, asana, and pranayama as well as feeling you’ve had a workout!


In this class you will be introduced to pranayama (breathing), stabilising and calming yoga and deep relaxation. No experience is required. You are welcome to join from 12 weeks if you are new to yoga. If you have a regular practice please email me to discuss the best start date More…


Great for postnatal recovery for mums and babies up to mobile age (around 9 months). A lovely relaxed yoga session for babies and mums who are recovering in the postnatal period. A great way to connect with your little one, and meet a community of new mums. No experience is required.


Restorative yoga balances a hectic and stressful modern lifestyle and has an enormous capacity to heal physical and mental effects of everyday stress, and as we know, many diseases these days are stress related. Restorative yoga relaxes the body deeply and accelerates the body's natural healing process. During deep relaxation, all the systems of the body are benefited from the practice. Restorative yoga postures help us learn to relax our overstimulated mind and body and to rest deeply and completely to achieve physical, mental and emotional release.

With the use of specific restful poses and deep breathing techniques, practice stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, which slows the heart rate and breath, increases blood flow to the vital organs, regulates the blood pressure and helps to improve the immune system. It promotes improvement in digestion, fertility, elimination and the reduction of muscle tension and general fatigue. The regular practice of restorative yoga has been found to reduce tension in the body and the autonomic symptoms of chronic stress such as anxiety, insomnia, headache, giddiness, chest pain, palpitations, sweating, digestive issues or abdominal pain.

This class suits everyone but it is especially helpful to those who are suffering from chronic stress related illnesses and those who are in need for emotional restorative support. It’s being especially popular with students who are recovering from illness or injury. You may leave the session feeling supported, grounded and connected.

This practice is great to balance an active yoga schedule or to give yourself a break when you feel under the weather, too.