Class info

Winter Term Monday 6th January to Saturday 4th April 2020 (13 weeks)

Please sign in to your account (or sign up – it’s very quick) and use the links on this page to register for a term of classes if you are able to attend the same class most weeks.

Introductory Pass

Learn the basics of Iyengar Yoga – 6 classes in 6 weeks for £50. This pass can be used at any Level 1 classes or the Beginners Course this term, but it expires 6 weeks after purchase. Only available to new students.

Winter Term Pass – 13 classes for £104

This pass gives you 39 credits, 13 x 3 credit classes, costing just £8 each.
Expires on 5th April 2020.

Winter L3 Term Pass – 13 (2 hour) classes for £130

This pass is worth 52 credits or 13 x 4 credit classes at £10 each.
Expires on 5th April 2020.

Choose the class you intend to come to each week (or mostly) from the list below and use the ‘book here’ link beside it to register for the whole term. Any unused credits will be lost when the pass expires. Credits can be used at any class within the term. You can also transfer your credits to someone else before they expire (bring a friend with you to class).

Beginners Course

This course runs in 6 week blocks and is designed for complete beginners. You will learn the basics with other people new to yoga from an experienced and friendly teacher. The course will focus primarily on standing poses and will help develop strength, flexibility and a wonderful feeling of calm!
Izabela will show you how to adapt the poses to help you with any injuries or restrictions and by the end, you will be ready to attend other Level 1 or General classes on the timetable.

Wednesdays 6 – 7.15pm with Izabela. Starts Jan. 15th  book here

Level 1 classes

These classes suit beginners and those who want to focus on the Introductory level asanas. An excellent introduction to Iyengar Yoga if you have tried other forms of yoga before. Please read our terms and conditions before booking and tell us about any medical conditions or injuries which may be relevant.

Monday, 6 – 7.15pm, with Al                book here
Tuesday, 7.30 – 8.45pm, with Lucy      book here

Gentle class

This class is suitable for those with minor medical conditions and injuries, who need to practice at a slower pace. The class is slightly longer than Level 1 classes, to allow the teacher to provide more individual help and adjustments and for the use of more props.

Wednesday, 10 – 11.30am, with Lucy   book here


General level classes

These mixed level classes are suitable for beginners and those with more experience. Variations will be given where appropriate, to allow for different levels of experience in the class.

Friday 9.45 – 11am, with Lucy                book here
Saturday 10 – 11.30am, with Cynthia     book here


Level 2 class

You need at least a year’s experience of yoga to attend this class. You should be familiar with Salamba Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand) and able to hold it for about 3 minutes. Pranayama (breath control) and Sirsasana (headstand) are introduced at this level.

Tuesday 6 – 7.15pm, with Lucy                  book here
Wednesday 7.30 – 8.45pm, with Izabela   book here


Level 3 classes

At this level, students should have a regular home practice and be confident in both Salamba Sarvangasana (shoulder stand) and Sirsasana (headstand). Pranayama is taught regularly. These classes are longer than the others and cost 4 credits (instead of 3).

Monday 7.30 – 8.45pm, with Lucy       book here
Thursday 6.15 – 8.15pm, with Katie    book here


Restorative class

This class will restore your energy and leave you calm, relaxed and ready for the rest of your week. We concentrate on supported asanas, using props to assist the body to release without strain. Resorative asanas allow the chest to open passively and the abdomen to soften, relaxing the diaphragm, making the breath smooth and easy. Supported inversions trigger the relaxation response in the body and supporting the head in forward bends helps to quieten the mind.

All welcome at this class

Occassional Fridays, 6.30 – 8 pm. Book on the timetable.
We hope the class will become a weekly fixture, if there is a demand for it.