Our 4, 6 or 10 class block covers any class, any time.
The intention of pregnancy yoga is to offer a little piece of sanctuary to you during your pregnancy. Classes are suitable from 12 weeks of pregnancy and no previous yoga experience is necessary. Classes run in 4 week rolling blocks so you can attend at any time after 12 weeks, and continue to attend throughout your pregnancy.
Mats, blankets and bolsters are provided by the studio.
What to expect
In each class you will move the body through asanas (postures) and explore breathwork and relaxation tools to help relax and calm the mind. Classes include:
Mum and Baby Yoga is a great way to strengthen and nurture yourself after your child's birth and take time out for yourself in the company of your little one. Mum and Baby Yoga incorporates stretches and yoga poses for your baby followed by breath relaxation techniques and focused yoga postures for yourself whilst interacting with your baby. The benefits include strengthening the back, abdominal and pelvic floor muscles and improve overall posture and release tension in the neck and shoulders.
Relaxing breathing techniques can help to centre yourself and promote calmness and de-stressing.
Mum and Baby Yoga is a great class to relax and unwind from your week and also a lovely way to meet other new mums and babies.
This class is suitable for mums with babies aged 6 weeks to one year.
4 week pass £36 / £10 drop-in class
Introduce your little one to yoga in a fun and creative way! Children will learn flexibility, strength, coordination, balance & body awareness.
Practising yoga will build their self-confidence, self-discipline, concentration and creativity.
We have classes on every Friday and your first class is free so why not pop down and let them try it out!
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I believe yoga is for everyone, and is so much more than the physical aspect. The afterglow.. the natural high...the fresh source of energy that lingers after practice feels so good! I truly believe everyone can benefit from a regular yoga practice. And yes, yoga helps with strength, flexibility and mobility, however the magic of yoga is in uncovering, unravelling and understanding yourself.
l love helping people to learn more about themselves and about the practice of yoga, combining self awareness and compassion with the ancient teachings of this lineage.
Having practised varying styles over the years years, I found my love for traditional Hatha Yoga, in particular the Sivananda Lineage. I am passionate about exploring the relationship between the breath and postures. I enjoy being creative and love exploring postures in a playful way.
Yoga has helped me through difficult times, to manage my anxiety and has taught me how to love my body. I love that I get to share my passion with students, and offer them tools to manage day to day life.
I love teaching kids yoga. Classes are fun and creative with breath work to help energise, relax and calm. Yoga journeys are allowing children to nourish their creativity using movement in their body to tell a story.
I find teaching yoga incredibly rewarding. I get to meet so many nice people and really do believe there’s a style of yoga to suit everyone, regardless of age or ability.
I have committed Ashtanga Mysore practice, which greatly influences my style of teaching. I encourage students to listen to their bodies finding that right balance of challenge and kindness to ones-self both on and off the mat. My passion for yoga inspires continuous learning.
The practice of yoga and meditation have the power to transform lives. My teaching style is nurturing and supportive with a strong sense of alignment and power of the breath combined with slow, controlled movement.
If you are looking for a calmer mind and a stronger more flexible body then yoga is for you. I have practised yoga most of my adult life experimenting with many different styles. I particularly like to teach a traditional Hatha practice with an emphasis on flow, closing with yin and restorative postures. My classes are warm and encouraging with a friendly vibe.
Everyone can benefit from yoga practice. I love to see people leave the studio happier, more relaxed, more aligned, less stressed and with a greater freedom of movement and vitality than when they arrived. There is something very intuitive about yoga, it is wonderful to see the positive changes it can bring. I love seeing the progress students make and the positive impact it has on themselves and their lives - and that is why I love teaching Yoga!
I really enjoy teaching students how to use poses to get into their bodies. My constantly evolving teaching style is breath and alignment orientated with sequences designed to safely bring students into poses practising intelligently rather than randomly. I offer a 4 week Beginners Course, focused on key concepts and themes that form the essence of a strong and sustainable yoga practice
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