• Open drop-in class

    About

    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.

  • Yoga Basics

    About

    This class is open and appropriate for beginners as well as practitioners who want a slower and more detailed reminder of the basics of a Yoga practice- alignment, sequencing and breath.

  • Yoga Flow

    About

    A charged flowing vinyasa class done to music, fairly rigorous but lots of fun. Previous experience recommended...probably not the best choice for beginners!

  • Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga)

    Embodied Practice/Embodied Presence

    About

    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.

  • Satyananda Yoga

    About

    Satyananda Yoga was devised by Swami Satyananda Saraswati and his lineage. It is a meditative approach to yoga emphasising the spiritual aspects of yoga and the importance of developing awareness through the use of these classical practices. It offers a systematic way of studying yoga that ensures students develop a firm foundation in their practice from where they can advance safely. It is gentle when compared with the more dynamic styles that have recently become popular, and consequently lends itself much better to the therapeutic application of these practices to the chronic ailments that so many suffer from.

    It also takes a broader outlook by encouraging students to take these practices off the mat and integrate them into their lives and so become more resilient to the turbulence caused by modern life. Satyananda Yoga brings together Hatha Yoga, Raja Yoga, Karma Yoga, and Bhakti Yoga to form a comprehensive approach to personal development and spiritual life to enable everyone to realise their potential and live life to the full.

  • Candlelit Yin Yoga

    About


    Through yin yoga, organic movement & stillness, may we embody the flourishing abundance and verdant wisdom that summer brings. The breath as our compass, we will navigate the ever-changing inner landscapes of our bodies and experience the aliveness of our cells at this potent time of ripeness & beauty.

    Yin Yoga is a unique & powerful practice that targets the deep connective tissues; bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, and fascia. We hold the poses for a longer period of time to stimulate these tissues in a passive, yin like way. Yin yoga allows us to drop deeply into our embodied awareness and offers us time & space to listen to what is unfolding in the moment.

  • 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 £10 Taster Card

    for newcomers to the centre who live locally

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

    Card will not be available from 1 June- 1 September.

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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.

    Timetable
  • 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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