Discover our health & well-being sanctuary in the heart of Lymington

Discover our health & well-being sanctuary in the heart of Lymington

Open Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm

We are dedicated to nurturing your mind, body and soul

Complementary therapies, meditation, mindfulness, yoga, pilates… and lots more

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The New Forest's yoga hub: classes to suit everyone from beginners to experts

Day, evening and weekend classes are available for all ages and abilities

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We have a wide range of classes to suit all levels of experience, ages and abilities. Ranging from mindfulness and meditation to yoga, pilates and relaxation, our aim is to strengthen and empower your body as well as your mind. Yoga is a particular speciality and we boast a whole range of styles, so please do get in touch to find out which one is right for you.

Many of our classes are busy so we advise you to book a place in advance to avoid disappointment. To book a place in one of our daily classes, simply click on the booking button or give us a call us on 01590 670955. You do not have to pay in advance – simply pay our instructors direct on the day.

If you need to cancel a class, please give 24 hours’ notice to avoid being charged the class fee. If you fail to attend a class, you will also be charged.


The format of the class is a short introduction, followed by relaxation and connecting in with a visualisation. Then comes the meditation, which will be different each week and have a specific focus. With guidance and support from the meditation facilitator Jane Seaman.


When we are mindful, we pay deliberate attention, in the present moment, to things as they are rather than to how we wish them to be. Instead of ruminating on the past, which we can’t change, or worrying about the future about things that may or may never happen…

Ashtanga yoga

This is a physical class involving flowing through a fixed sequence of poses. Often described as ‘yang’-style, classes are challenging and suitable for those wishing to challenge themselves, enabling you to reach your fullest potential on all levels – physical, psychological and spiritual.

Foundation yoga

Based on the principles of hatha yoga, foundation yoga is just that: postures that create the foundation of your yoga practice. Perfect for those who want to strengthen their core yoga practice, those who are new to yoga or returning after a long time off.

Hatha yoga

Hatha yoga is one of the traditional forms of yoga practice, from which other types have originated. Using a combination of asanas (poses) and controlled breathing, it is as physically demanding (or not) as you make it.

Our monthly yoga for teenagers is on a Sunday evening to set you up in the perfect frame of mind to take on whatever the week ahead holds in store for you…! The class is for teenagers aged 11 to 18 and is run by Jo Studdert-Kennedy who is a qualified TeenYoga teacher with experience of teaching yoga to young people in mental health services.

Vinyasa flow yoga

Vinyasa, meaning ‘flow’, is one of the most popular forms of yoga. It interlinks postures to create a flowing, more dynamic physical challenge, but again culminating in savasana relaxation so you’re left energised, refreshed and positive.

Pilates has so many benefits and really is for everybody. It helps to develop strength, flexibility, endurance and posture without stressing joints. This makes it the perfect complement to cardiovascular exercise, athletic training or rehabilitation…

For this monthly class you will be using a mixture of yogic breath work, chanting and yoga nidra to de-stress and revitalise your mind, body and soul. The class will be teacher led to allow you to surrender to the practice without having to worry about what to do next.