How do you chose your class and find a level that is appropriate to you?  As a new student to yoga we suggest exploring the different classes and teachers so that you can get a feel of which style you enjoy most.  All new students to Yoga should start with Level 1, or an All Levels class.

WE DO NOT TAKE BOOKINGS FOR CLASSES… So you do not have to commit in advance, just come on the day to your chosen class though we do suggest arriving about 15 minutes before the class is due to start.

Click on a class to read more about it.

  • Vinyasa Flow & Relax
    • “Vinyasa Flow and Relax” Wednesdays at 5pm to 6.15pm.
      This is 60 minutes of Vinyasa Flow: a dynamic style of Yoga that has a playful, dance-like quality; followed by 15 minutes of amazing Yoga Nidra mediation.
  • Lunch Time Core Yoga
    • This class brings focus to the centre of the body, from the pelvis to the ribcage. An education on life after the obsessive six-pack, it covers all of the supportive bone and muscle structures that go into maintaining a healthy frame. Utilising the pelvic floor, abdominals, lower and mid-back, and diaphragm, students will learn how to strengthen while creating space within. The emphasis of the class is on balance and stability which, achieved in the core, can then emanate out to all parts of the body and beyond. The class is designed from traditional yoga Asana, incorportating elements of Pilates and Alexandre Technique.

      Open to everyone! £8.50 drop in, Fridays 1pm STARTING 30TH MAY.

  • Lunch Time Yoga & Meditation
    • This weekly Yoga & Meditation class incorporates slow flow of asanas, not too straining so you can focus on your breath and sensations rather than physical workout. There also periods of guided seated meditation and laying down to relax. It’s very much like a restorative practice with mindfulness.

      Open to everyone! £8.50 drop in!

  • Flow & Restore
    • NEW CLASS STARTING ~ Saturdays 10.30am from 4th January 2014

      This class combines active postures & vinyasa flow with restorative yoga, creating an energizing and nourishing balance for body, heart & mind. The dynamic and fluid practices will heat the body and build strength, endurance and flexibility. The quiet, restorative posture will help relax the muscles, tissues, organs and nervous system… encouraging a release of deeply held tension while replenishing energy. Helps to decrease negative stress and encourages healthy recovery for post-natal and injury or illness.

      Open to all levels, including injury and postnatal mums. This is also a lovely practice to proceed the Yin & Meditation, so why not try both!

  • Postnatal Yoga
    • Saturdays 10.30am (this class is part of the Flow & Restore class which is open to everyone wanting a softer healing practice)

      Post-natal yoga provides opportunities to connect with other women at similar stages of the postpartum experience, a powerful antidote to the isolation that often accompanies early parenting. This specially designed yoga practice helps you reclaim your post-pregnancy body. Starting gently to ease you into practice, the class is appropriate for women new to yoga, or yoginis looking to find a smart way back to a full practice. The poses will emphasize abdominal toning, pelvic floor and back strengthening.  We will spend time releasing stress from the neck, shoulder, and upper back area. These areas often become tense from nursing, and carrying both baby and supplies. A restorative pose and guided relaxation will complete the sequence, leaving you calm and restored before returning to your baby.


  • Pranayama Flow
    • Saturdays 6.30pm to 8pm (Starts September 2013)

      This innovative style is based upon the classical yoga elements: traditional postures/ alignments, bandha, drishti and breath. This class incorporates Pranayama into the flow of postures, and thus produces a balancing, pacifying and energising affect on your psycho-physiological system, without straining it physically. In a way, it’s a mind yoga, effective for calming down the “too-much-information” effect, and is especially soothing for your nervous system.

      What you should expect in Pranayama Flow class: Periods of seated breathwork (based on classical Pranayama) inserted in blocks into the actual asana flow. The slow repetitive pace of asanas. Great attention to transitions. Longer period of guided meditation/ relaxation at the beginning and the end of the class.

      The class is: Perfect for beginners/ intermediate practitioners, who would like to take it easy at the beginning and give themselves more time to learn and explore different aspects of yoga practice.
      Great as a playground for experienced practitioners interested in more than physical yoga asana practice, would like to learn Pranayma and expand the overall experience of their yoga practice.

  • Gentle Yoga
    • Tuesdays 7.45pm to 9pm
      A great antidote to the forward-moving actions of London life, this class creates a space in which to slow down and tune in to the movements inside the body. A mixture of gentle, flowing sequences, core strengthening and restorative poses, the class will help to open up areas of strain and blockage, support good posture and proper alignment while replenishing vital energy. Restorative postures allow the body to completely release, creating heat in the spine that offers a grounded sense of well-being long after the class. Suitable for pregnant women, people recovering from injury, and healthy yogis who understand the need to balance out effort-filled practice. Be prepared to sleep well once it’s over!
  • Lunch Time Tantra
    • Tuesdays 1pm to 2.15pm (Starts Tuesday 2nd April)

      We live in a culture of suppression.  We treat our bodies like machines, can’t escape from our racing minds, and often don’t know what we want.Tantra Yoga is a fusion of powerful poses, deep stretches, and meditation.  While performing strong poses, you are guided to relax your body and mind, so that even in the face of stress, you learn to let your inner passion flow.  You don’t need to sweat to have a beautiful body, or control your mind to be peaceful.  When you relax, everything flows.  This applies to Yoga and to life.  This 75 minute practice begins dynamically, winds to slow, challenging postures, and ends with a 15 minute Tantric meditation.  Take time on a Tuesday to drop the expectations you’ve placed on yourself, and enter a state of bliss.

  • Early Morning Dynamic

      Monday and Friday from 8am to 9am
      £40 per month for 2 classes per week MONDAY & FRIDAY
      £25 per month for 1 class per week MONDAY or FRIDAY
      Beginning and Ending the week: It’s amazing what an hour of yoga can do to the rest of the day!

      These two Dynamic Yoga classes are a delightful bookend to the work week, an invigorating breath into the challenges of Monday morning and an artful sigh of release as the weekend draws near. For many yoga instructors, Dynamic Yoga means intense, flowing postures with an emphasis on fiery (or muscular) holds. While my Dynamic class will certainly challenge you, the emphasis here will be on the dynamics of change. For some people, being slow is easy but speeding up and cultivating a fiery drive is difficult. For others, it’s the slowing down and staying steady that is most challenging. The more we are prepared for any action with the ability to switch gears, the more we become adaptable to life and its many challenges. Through moving asanas (yoga postures), breath work, and tuning into the body, each participant will be invited to take a closer look at how s/he copes with the flux of change.
      The Monday and Friday classes will be linked by a different theme/focal point each week. Monday’s class will serve to introduce the theme, while Friday’s class will return to the same theme, taking it further.
  • Evening Mysore Self Practice
    • Monday, Tuesday & Thursday evenings 7.45pm to 9.30pm

      This class is taught in the Mysore style tradition where students practice individually and at their own pace.  The class is meant to be a stepping stone between the led evening Ashtanga and the early morning Mysore Self Practice classes.  It is ideal for those students whose other life commitments do not allow for them to attend the early morning Mysore sessions, or for those who wish to try this way of practicing before committing to the morning classes. All practitioners of the Primary Series are welcome, from beginners to those that have completed Primary Series or have completed the Beginners Ashtanga Course.

      The starting time is between 7.45pm to 8pm and finishes when you wish within the given time, up to 9.30pm

      This class can be used as part of the Discount Class Passes or paid drop in but is not part of the early morning Mysore payment.

  • Ashtanga Vinyasa
    • The most athletic form of yoga, Ashtanga Vinyasa is a dynamic, physically demanding, flowing practice. Students will be led through some or all of a set series or postures, practised in a particular order, know as the Primary series. This practice aims to build heat in the body to help it to open and to release toxins.

  • Dynamic
    • These classes follow a vinyasa flow sequences of postures, with elements fused and integrated from various traditions in Yoga.  Particular emphasis is given to detail to the postures, to the bandhas and the breath and style and sequencing can vary from teacher to teacher! The Dynamic practice can be as strong as Ashtanga, but the difference being that is does not follow a set sequence of postures, so giving you the opportunity to experience various postures from the Yoga asanas  Being a stronger more athletic practice a certain level of fitness is required prior to starting any of the classes.

  • Hatha
    • “Ha” means sun and “tha” means moon and hatha yoga is about the union of opposites. Hatha yoga aims to harmonise body, mind and spirit. The classes draw on the classical hatha yoga postures which help to build strength and stamina, also focuses on the alignment of the body whilst adding an element of flow. Pranayama (breath work) and meditation are also key to the practice and help to bring balance to the breath and the mind.  If you have never tried Yoga before this is a great place to start, and for those who enjoy a less strenuous practice a great practice to stay with.  Despite being a more relaxed class you will still gain the benefits of creating strength while increasing your flexibility!

  • Hatha Flow
    • Hatha Flow takes its root from the traditional Hatha practice, but postures being linked together with a flowing sequence or vinyasa.  Stronger than Hatha, but still providing the benefits of strength, stamina, flexibility and relaxation, but all in a more dynamic style!

  • Iyengar
    • Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha yoga as practised and taught by B.K.S. Iyengar; one of the most influential yoga teachers of the 20th century. This method focuses on the structural alignment of the body through asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing practices) to unite the body mind and spirit for health and well-being and is firmly grounded in Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras.  It is characterised by great attention to detail and precision of alignment. B.K.S. Iyengar has pioneered the use of various props such as belts, blocks, blankets chairs etc. to make the poses accessible to those who are unable to fully achieve them and to help experienced practitioners to have deeper understanding of them. Iyengar yoga is considered a powerful tool to relieve the physical and mental stresses of modern day life as well as a route towards self realisation.

  • Yin Yoga
    • Inspired by gentleness, precision and letting go, this practice draws together different elements of yoga: softness combined with strength, inner balancing outer stillness flowing into movement. The yin form of yoga is based on holding postures passively for sustained periods of time, encouraging softness and internal release.

  • Yin & Meditation
    • Inspired by gentleness, precision and letting go, this practice draws together different elements of yoga: softness combined with strength, inner balancing outer stillness flowing into movement. The yin form of yoga is based on holding postures passively for sustained periods of time, encouraging softness and internal release.

      This class is finished with a 15 to 20 minute meditation which students can choose to participate in or not.

  • Pregnancy Yoga
    • This class is suitable from 12 weeks to term and welcomes all pregnant students from complete beginners to practiced yoginis. Breath and modified yoga asanas (poses) are taught in sequences to ease mums-to-be through pregnancy and labour.  Postures are taught to relieve some pregnancy discomforts from sciatica to heartburn, create strength and flexibility, while encouraging the gentle opening of the pelvis with postures to birth your baby.  Very simple breathing techniques are used to relax both body and mind throughout pregnancy and as a practice to lead you though your labour from first contaction.  Each class is finished with a Yoga Nidra, which is a deep relaxation to help you really let go an enjoy the changes to your body as you grow with your baby and get a bit of rest!!!

  • Mum & Baby Yoga
    • This is a fun class for mums and babies every Wednesday at 11.30am! You can some along any time from 6 weeks after the baby’s birth if you had a vaginal labour or 8 weeks c-section,  or when you and baby are ready to join.  This class is a mix of spending bonding time with your babies over song and yoga postures for both of you.  After a brief intro at the beginning of class, we then create a class around any particular issues, usually targeting areas such as pelvic floor strengthening, relaxing shoulders and necks, lower backs, wrists and lots of twists for the tummy, as wells as providing ease to colic, constipation, teething etc for baby!  We are even brave enough to attempt and mum and baby relaxation! some times it works beautifully and everyone gets to enjoy 15 minutes of quiet time, other times  it is complete bedlam, but we have a lot of fun and at the end you can enjoy a well earned tea and cake over baby chat with other new mums in the class.

  • Autumnal Yoga (OAPs)
    • A gentle and restorative class for older yogis focusing of keeping the joints mobile and hydrated… and finishing with a deeply indulgent relaxation!
      £2 donation – This class is open only to Seniors.

Class Levels

What is important is the level of class you chose. Please only come to class that is suitable to your level and always let the teacher know before the class starts if you have any injuries or heath issues that may have an impact on your practice.

  • Level 1 – complete beginners and those with under a years practice. Please let the teacher know you are new to the class
  • Level 2 – for students with a year or more of regular practice
  • Level 3 – for students with a strong regular practice
  • All Levels – Open to all students of all levels. Please let the teacher know if you are a beginner

View the Timetable.