Find the Right Class for You

We believe that Yoga is for everyone and our experienced and passionate teachers deliver classes that cater for complete beginners right through to more experienced Yogis.

We separate our classes into four categories to help guide you towards the right experience for you.

There is no right or wrong place to start but we would advise looking at a Structured or Flowing class for a more traditional Yoga experience.

Our Gentle classes are a great way to destress and unwind, they are also ideal for those recovering from injury or with mobility issues. Strong classes are for those that want to be pushed with a more physically demanding session.

All of our classes are available on a flexible pay-as-you-go basis, and if you would like some extra guidance, then our team would be delighted to help.

Flowing Classes

Vinyasa

An active style of Yoga that links movement and breath together.

Mandala

A challenging Vinyasa style practice moving 360° around the mat using repeated mandala (circular) sequences.

Flow and Restore

A beautiful blend of Vinyasa Flow, Hatha holds, leading into Restorative Yin postures ending with guided meditation.

Lava Flow

Lava Flow is a hot (close to 33°) and strong Vinyasa flow class.

Structured Classes

Hatha

A slower introduction to the foundational Yoga poses and postures.

Iyengar

A slow-paced and precise practice, focusing on alignment and technique.

Stiff Guy/Girl

Focuses on areas where most people are tight - hamstrings, hips and shoulders.

Rise and Shine Stretch

An invigorating early morning stretch class using props to increase range of motion, flexibility and help relieve muscular tension.

Strong Classes

Ashtanga

A vigorous, dynamic and physically demanding style of Yoga. It is a traditional practice that is based in the repetition of the Primary Series sequence, or elements of it, to improve technique and stamina. This class is demanding and therefore not recommended for beginners.

Power

This class targets physical intensity; it is both vigorous and fitness-based, whereby you increase your endurance through muscle-challenging poses, such as arm-balances, which you hold and repeat. Due to the dynamic nature of this practice, the muscles warm-up quickly and your heart rate will increase.

Gentle Classes

Yin

A quiet, meditative practice with a focus on passive postures (mostly seated) to target hips, pelvis, lower spine and knees.

Beginners

As the name suggests this class is designed for those with little or no experience of Yoga.

Restorative

Teach your body to relax and rest deeply, supported by props to ensure maximum comfort. This class is particularly beneficial if you're feeling exhausted, anxious or stressed.

Yin & Yang

This is a slow and mindful Yin session that also strengthens the body with some stronger Yang postures.

So How Do I Book?

You will need to purchase credits before you can book a class with us. Each credit equals one class.

You are able to pay just for a one-off session, or you can make a saving if you buy a block.

Our class credits do not expire, so you can buy with confidence knowing that you aren't under pressure to use them up.

If a class happens to be full then we will add you onto the reserve list and give you a call to offer you a place as soon as we have one come available.

What Do I Need to Bring?

We provide Yoga mats and all the equipment that you need for the class, although you are welcome to bring your own mat with you if you prefer.

Just wear something loose fitting and comfortable that you can move freely in. You may also want a bottle of water to take into the class with you

Need Some More Advice?

Our team would be delighted to help find the right class for you!