Class Info

The last class of the Spring term is on Friday 28 June 2019

Summer Term Monday 1 July to Saturday 31 August 2019 (8 weeks – no regular classes 23 – 28 July)

If you book using the links on this page, you can buy a Term Pass for your chosen regular class and if you have an account, you will be registered for each class of the term. You can change your registrations for each class as usual, by signing in to your account. You can also book from the Timetable page and you will then need to register for each class individually.

There are 8 full weeks of classes in the Summer Term. In addition, 23 – 28 July we have a Summer School with Garth McLean and regular classes are not on during this week. Please check the timetable before coming to class!

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 this term, but it expires 6 weeks after purchase. Only available to new students. Select your first class from the timetable and sign up and pay to buy your pass..

Summer Term Pass – 8 classes for £64

This pass gives you 24 credits, 8 x 3 credit classes, costing just £8 each.

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. The Summer Term Pass is valid until 31 August 2019. 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).

Summer Term Pass – Level 3, 8 classes for £80

This pass is worth 32 credits or 8 x 4 credit classes at £10 each.

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. The Summer Term Pass is valid until 31 August 2019. 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).

Part Summer Term Pass – 16 credits for £46

If you know you will be away for part of the summer, you can still buy a summer pass. This pass gives you 16 credits, enough for 5 x 3 credit classes (£9.20 per class) or 4 x 4 credit classes (£11.50 per class).  Buy this pass from the Timetable and register for the classes you wish to attend.

Level 1 classes

These classes suit beginners and those who want to focus on the Introductory level asanas. An excellent introduction to Iyengar Yoga – learn with other beginners. 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 Izabela    book here
Tuesday, 7.30 – 8.45pm, with Lucy   book here
Wednesday 7 – 8.15pm, with Izabela  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.
This class will start again in September

Wednesday, 10 – 11.30am, with Lucy

 

General level classes

These 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.
These classes are not running in July but start again for 5 weeks in August. The Part Summer Term Pass gives you 5 classes at this level. The classes may be cancelled if there are not enough people pre-booked in them. Anyone registered for a class will be notified of any cancellation, by email.

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 is introduced at this level. Summer is a good time to try this class if you are thinking of moving up a level!

Tuesday 6 – 7.15pm, with Lucy     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.

Monday 7.30 – 8.45pm, with Lucy      starting again in September
Thursday 6.15 – 8.15pm, with Katie    book here