£10 for all classes except £12 for ashtanga and £8 for Clare's classes. You do not have to pay in advance – simply pay our instructors on the day.
Our range of weekly classes:
- Hatha with Hannah Bimpson or Shelley Edwards
- Foundation with Hannah Bimpson
- Vinyasa flow with Hannah Bimpson or Clare Collins or Anna Harling (Saturday workshops only, visit our Events page for details)
- Ashtanga with Nova Milesko
Which you choose depends on your experience, your fitness and what you want from the session – plus, of course, whether you like the style of the class! It is advisable to book in advance to avoid disappointment… Just click on the links below to secure your place.
Our monthly workshops:
- Anna Harling offers weekend vinyasa flow workshops for all ability levels. For further details and the latest dates, visit our Events page.
Which class is right for you?
This 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. Classes start with sun salutations (surya namaskars) and finish with savasana relaxation.
Suitable for: all levels of fitness and experience.
Suitable for: beginners and anyone wanting to consolidate their practice. As physically demanding as you wish to make it – it will be your choice each week to work more physically or mentally.
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. Our lunchtime class is designed so you can go from desk to mat to desk in your hour’s lunch break.
Suitable for: all levels of experience. A moderate level of fitness required – although you don’t have to be a gym bunny!
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.
Suitable for: those wanting to challenge themselves.