Beginning Yoga or Coming Back Again?
Covid has thrown many lives into stress and uncertainty. Yoga is a magnificent tool to settle the mind body, recalibrate and start again with freshness.
Monday 6pm to 7pm Suzanne Wappington
Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30 Belinda Piggott.
Wednesday 7am-8am online Ange Bateman (begins December 2)
Friday 8-8.45 online Ange Bateman
Saturday 10.30 to 11.30 Suzanne Wappington/ Caroline Coggins
Sunday 4pm to 5pm Claire Mitchell
- Single class: $25
- 10-week 10 class pass: $220
- 12-week 40 class pass $660
Saturday class with Caroline $25 for 4 block December / $30 single
We reduced class prices (very much) during Covid closure. I was able to do this because I was helped by a generous landlord. It felt great to be able to pass this on. Now I need to take our classes back to the pre Covid rate. There will be an increase when you buy your new pass. Keep using your current passes until they expire.
If you have hardship please contact the email@example.com We want to help you on your yoga journey.
We are Covid safe
We are limited to a total of 16 in the studio.
Please bring your own mat, belt, block and towel
All classes need to be booked online. It is easy to book through our website and you can be kept up to date on what is on.
Go to Upcoming Events to find out more about our Christmas/January timetable
See you soon.
What Class is for You?
We have both studio and online classes available.
Foundation/Beginners: Studio and Online
Yoga is great for everyone. However, having good guidance when you start makes a big difference. Your body is introduced in a systematic way to the range of asana (postures) to give your body and mind a good foundation to proceed.
General level: Studio and Online
These classes assume an understanding of Iyengar yoga, and some experience.
Slow and gentle: Studio and Online
Good for older people, for those returning after an injury or illness, or for anyone wanting to work with foundational poses at a slower pace. Sequences are designed to improve issues associated with aging such as general mobility, joint flexibility, posture, and balance. There is strong emphasis on poses to open the chest, nourish and support the nervous system and generate a sense of overall well-being.