Learn to Listen to Your Body




Dynamic vinyasa flow class, connecting the breath with the physical asanas (poses). The class offers a combination of spiritual and anatomical direction. The class is open to everyone - seasoned yogis to absolute beginners and can be adjusted to suit your ability. Students are encouraged to practice to a level that suits their body applying a mindful approach. This class will offer a chance to strengthen your spine and strengthen and tone your entire body.   

Practicing yoga during your pregnancy; whether you're new to yoga or a seasoned yogini, pre-natal yoga is the perfect practice for your pregnant body. Whether your pregnancy is filled with bliss or discomfort, the practice will help soften and relax your body. Helping you connect with your ever changing body and the life growing within in you, whilst bringing peace and stillness along with helping you prepare for your labour.

"Don't practice yoga to get better at yoga. Practice yoga to get better at living"

Feel free to book your mat using the 'book class' button or you can contact me with any questions.

£11 drop in rate, £9 for students/low income

Vinyasa Package £72 for 8 classes (to be used in a 12 weeks)

19% discount for students/low income, 8 class pass for £61 (to be used in 12 weeks)

Pre natal & Post Natal 8 week class pass £80

Class passes are non-transferable, non-refundable and not extendable, passes will be extended in

if I'm away on holiday or in the unlikely event that classes are cancelled.

Post Natal yoga is a great way to start exercise after having baby without needing a baby-sitter. The class focuses on mind and body relaxation for mothers and babies. The class will include babies but will be mainly focused on mothers. The practice will have a strong focus on easing back pain, shoulders, wrists with subtle abdominal work along with developing pelvic floor (mulabandha) strength exercises to help strengthen all the muscles which worked hard during your pregnancy. When to practice - the first 6 weeks post partum are a time for you to bond with your baby. By the end of the 8 week post natal period most mums should be ready to start a yoga practice. Listen to your body and seek medical advice if you are unsure.




Private sessions will offer you a more personalised yoga experience to help you deepen your practice and if you wish, to create a specific focus. Whether it be mastering a headstand or improving your flexibility, or working through an injury or condition, a course of private classes would be beneficial. You could also learn a tailor made home practice sequence that suits you and your needs. The investment for a private session is £60. 4 or more students in a private setting is £75 for an hour of tailormade yoga.


Corporate classes are the perfect remedy to help employees to unwind and de-stress, it is also beneficial in increasing productivity and will help boost your team’s immunity (helping to reduce sick days!) Yoga classes can either be at lunch or after work, by offering employees in house yoga it will leave workers feeling refreshed, energised and ready for the next challenge. This can also leave employees feeling cared for. Previous companies this has been provided for include a number of media companies; iProspect, MEC and Ignition One.


Today men as much as women will benefit from the healing and strengthening properties a yoga practice can bring to your life. It will help strengthen and lengthen your joints as well as helping you to destress
Worried it’s not masculine enough? You don’t have to wear yoga leggings and you will work hard and build up a sweat, you’ll love the challenging practice I offer whilst loving the benefits you start to feel in your body and joints.
Celebs and athletes like Adam Levine, Matthew McConaughey, Colin Farrell, Andy Murray and Ryan Giggs all practice yoga. There are so many forms of yoga today that men can find the type that compliments their lifestyle best as well as offering the muscle definition they desire.


As an element of your Duke of Edinburgh award you need to select physical activity; sport, dance or fitness - in short, anything that requires a sustained level of energy and physical activity. In the physical section of your DofE you should work towards developing greater physical fitness through participation and improvement in physical activity. Yoga is the perfect fit for your DofE award, it will help strengthen your body whilst giving you a more relaxed, less stressed demeanour.


Whether you’re 50 or 85 it’s never too late to start practicing yoga. As the body ages, it becomes harder to maintain muscular strength and it is common to have aches and niggles, yoga is a wonderful way to rejuvenate the body and revitalise the mind. With people living longer the need to retain strength and vitality in later years is important.
Yoga can increase energy levels, flexibility and ease symptoms of pain and discomfort like arthritis, back pain, neck problems, diabetes, high blood pressure sciatica, and asthma. A lot of ailments associated with ageing such as circulatory issues, arthritis and digestive complaints are due to a lack of exercise, poor eating habits and shallow breathing. Yoga can help alleviate these complaints.

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