• Open drop-in class with various teachers


    The open drop-in classes are for all levels of student. The teachers present a class that is both challenging to experienced practitioners and accessible to newcomers. Each teacher has their own style informed by their individual educations in Yoga practice, so it is best to just come and try the different classes to see which one best suits your needs and requirements.


  • Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga)

    Embodied Practice/Embodied Presence


    An integrated practice that links Buddhist inquiry with the bodymind. It is an excellent for beginners or as an adjunct to an already established Yoga or Meditation practice, as well as having an inherent integrity as a practice in and of itself. Kum Nye cultivates the environment for meditation to arise effortlessly and organically the result of which is the establishment of an embodied presence: physically, mentally, emotionally and energetically. It is hard to describe so best just to come along and see if it might be the practice for you! All levels are welcome. Offered every other week on a Saturday afternoon- please check the website under 'Workshops' for current scheduling.

  • Flowing Yoga with Gina Hayes


    A flowing Hatha yoga class which aims to leave you toned, revitalised and with an extra spring in your step. Expect a creative fusion of of uplifting breathing techniques, alignment, self massage and flowing yoga.

    Whether the theme is ‘Bliss’, ‘Detox’ or ‘Spring Booster’, I work with the light and the seasons to create a unique, nourishing yoga experience whatever your ability.

  • Hatha Yoga


    Hatha means 'force' and is a practical system aimed at self-realisation and liberation from suffering. Hatha yoga offers a wide scope of techniques that encompass: inner purification, posture, breath, containment of energy, meditation and relaxation. Hatha yoga tones & strengthens muscles and organs. Flexibility is naturally increased and the spine is encouraged towards a state of optimum health. Hatha also works on a subtle, energetic level: releasing blockages, replenishing depleted reserves and increasing vitality. Hatha Yoga has been practised in India for at least eight centuries.

  • Feldenkrais with Judit


    One way the Feldenkrais Method is expressed is through group classes called Awareness Through Movement (ATM). In the ATM class you will be verbally guided through precisely structured movement explorations that involve sensing, moving, and sometimes imagining. Many are based on developmental movements and ordinary functional activities. Some are based on more abstract explorations of joint, muscle, and postural relationships. Awareness Through Movement lessons attempt to make one aware of his/her habitual neuromuscular patterns or limitations and to expand options for new ways of moving while increasing sensitivity and improving efficiency.  

    It is suitable to all ages and abilities. People who suffer from back or neck pain; stiffness and tension in muscles or joints; stress and lack of mobility particularly benefit. Anyone who is interested in improving and making everyday activities like walking, sitting, standing or a skill let it be dance, sport, or music more enjoyable.

    ​ Feldenkrais uses learning and movement with inner sensation as a medium to experience many benefits, some of which are:
    Improved flexibility and posture
    Relief from tension, pain and stress
    Broader vocabulary of movements with less effort
    Greater body awareness and vitality in life  
    Wear warm and loose clothing to allow easy movement. Blankets and mats are provided, but bring your own if you prefer to.

    Block of 6 classes £48 Drop-in £10 by arrangement, no previous experience necessary!

    To book or for more information contact Judit 07585 447450 or visit http://juditmeixner.com/contact/

  • Bespoke Yoga Workshop


    Rather than packaging information into a 'one size fits all' workshop, these yoga workshops are intended to meet the individual needs of the participants who attend. Specific questions that you bring about postures, philosophy, anatomy, diet etc. will form the content of the workshop. This way everyone learns something relevant to their own practice as well as learning a great deal from each other's queries.

  • Forrest Yoga with Symi


    There are so many delicious aspects of Forrest Yoga! Ana Forrest, the legend, wisdom, strength and spirit of Forrest Yoga, created this mind-blowing yoga practice as a result of her own personal and remarkable story. Forrest yoga is a dynamic practice built on the pillars of Breath, Strength, Integrity, Spirit and Walking in beauty. It inspires. It grounds. It helps heal injuries. You’ll grow stronger, have more energy and get fitter. It helps to release tension and encourages a deeper connection with your body and your emotions. It creates awareness and tugs you away from numbing out. It will teach you handstands. Feet and Hands are active. Neck, relaxed – all of the time. Breath is mindful and deep, bringing aliveness to every cell of your body.

    Breathing deeply, you’ll find there’s always more space. Listening carefully, there’s always more to learn. If you keep ‘getting curious,’ there’s always a new discovery to be made. An inner practice. An outer practice. Forrest Yoga. Mystery and Intrigue. Deep Strength and Vulnerability. Its foundations are you: your spirit, your body, embracing all of (you) the light, the dark and all the colours in between.

    Forrest Yoga helps you listen to the poetry of your body, so that you can become the magic that is alive within you, reconnecting you to your own shimmering energy. You don’t need to be bendy or strong. Whether you are new or a well-seasoned yogi, working on an injury or looking for a practice that reconnects you with ‘you,’ Forrest Yoga welcomes everyone, and can be adapted to all levels and physical abilities.

  • Somatic Yoga

    with Sarah Gray


    Somatic Yoga

    Somatic Yoga is suitable for all abilities. Beginners or those working with an injury may benefit as we invite you to feel your way to move more safely. This is a sensitivity training to learn how to meet our edges with an awareness of our companions; the ground, breath, and spine.

    Somatic Yoga is a great place to nurture your body’s tissues with healthy movement and to find your own unique expression in each moment.

    “Movement is the song of the body. (…) This song, if you care to listen to it, is beauty. We could say that it is part of nature. We sing when we are happy and the body goes with it like waves in the sea." Vanda Scaravelli

    This class offers a safe and relaxed place to explore - come with a beginner's mind.

    We often start the class by coming to lie on the ground. From there we explore playfully moving in and out of poses, gently guided by visualisation, stories of human anatomy, and touch-based inquiries to listen to the song of the body.

    We sound and chant in this class but, like all invitations made during the session, this is optional. If you prefer to simply rest and receive the vibrations instead, that’s welcome too.

    Music is often played in class to enhance our experience of moving or resting.

    The drop-in rate is £10.
    Class card £27 for 3 classes; £80 for 9 classes [valid until 29th April 2020].
    Please bring your yoga mat - props and blankets available to use.
    Wear warm and comfortable clothes you can move freely in.
    Please arrive from 5:30 pm to settle and start promptly at 5:45 pm.

  • One Of The Best

    yoga centres in the world

    Voted one of the best in the UK by The Independent in 2003 & one of the best in the world by The Guardian in 2012!

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  • Special £20 Taster Card

    for newcomers to the centre who live locally

    Local newcomers to the centre can purchase a £20 taster card for 7 different classes valid for 10 days.

    Available from 1 September-31 May.

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  • Class Prices

    drop-in basis with prompt start

    Class prices are teacher specific.  

    Please look at timetable for drop in rates and teacher class card discounts.

  • General Information

    please note the following

    We are open all year ( except Christmas Day and New Year's Day)

    All classes are held on a drop-in basis and start promptly. 

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