All classes are drop-in, so there's no need to book ahead, just turn up. Keep an eye on approximate available spaces in case a class is currently running full.


The classes usually start with a warming up of the body by working the joints sequentially often done whilst seated. Then the standing postures are done, including sun salutations, followed by floor work including seated folds, twists, back-bends and inversions. For further information see here in the resources section.


All classes are for mixed ability and are suitable for complete beginners with a reasonable level of fitness. However, some modifications may need to be made if the final form of the pose cannot yet be acheived. It's important to keep in mind that it's about listening to the body and being kind to it. Knowing when to challenge oneself and when to back off. Positive changes come with at least a once a week practice.


I am not qualified to teach specialist yoga, eg. for rehabilitation, pregnancy, or disability. Always be advised by your doctor or therapist before starting any exercise / yoga program.