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Rest . Heal . Restore

"Yogas chitta vritti nirodha" Yoga happens when the fluctuations of the mind still. 


The name Yoga comes from one of the Sanskrit translations for; 'Union' this union can be understood as combining the practice of the physical body as well as the mind with the use of our breath to allow us to move through a mediative flow, preparing our bodies to find comfort and stillness in our lying meditation 'Savasana'. Ultimately a chance to find the benefits we create to the body, mind and spirit on the mat which we can carry off into our daily lives. 

Yoga is Union, Freedom, Connection, Truth and a chance for us to find our Truth as we move and breath in a way that encourages a deeper listening to what's happening within.

Each teacher will guide you through a practice unique to their own style. Using breathing techniques and guided meditation. 

There are many benefits of yoga & meditation which include;

  • Improved Immune system

  • Improved posture

  • Clearer mind

  • Gain energy and positivity

  • Improved sleep

Online Class Types

. Move .

Vinyasa Flow

A dynamic practice combining breathe and movement. Releasing tension in the body and mind while developing focus, mobility, stamina and flexibility.  An uninterrupted flow, finding the calm amongst the storm, the stillness in the movement and the flow in the stillness.

This is an intermediate class for those with a regular practice. Not suitable for beginners.

Gentle Flow

A gentler practice of the Vinyasa Flow, where we will be moving through the poses more slowly with added instruction and demonstration, with an introduction of combining the breathe with the movement, with elements of restorative poses added for ultimate relaxation.

An all levels class - suitable for beginners

Hatha Flow 

Ha – tha means sun and moon, Flow – moving in balanced union. Classical hatha postures that flow from one to another with some pauses for added instruction and teacher demonstration.

A class for all allowing you to connect with your body and breath, building up some heat whilst staying grounded.

An all levels class with intermediate options offered

Yin & Gentle Flow 

Yin and Yang are the Taoist concepts which describe the two relative qualities present in everything. With Yin being more internal, passive, cooling and downward. Whilst yang is more external, dynamic, warming and upward.


During yin yoga we will be holding seated passive poses between 3-5 minutes at a time, with the stretches working deeply on the connective tissues and joints of the body whilst the once active muscles are relaxed. 

During the Yang yoga we will be journeying through a Gentle Flow as described above.


The practice will begin and end with yin yoga leading our last yin rebound into a deeply restorative savasana.

An all levels class - suitable for beginners

Grounding Flow 

A soothing flow class bringing breath awareness, movement and simple meditation together, to relax and replenish the mind and body at the end of the day. 

An all levels class - suitable for beginners

Slow Flow


To help you find the space between poses while still retaining the gentle rhythm of a flow yoga class. A combination of Vinyasa Flow and Hatha yoga, with fewer transitions than Vinyasa yoga and more flow than Hatha yoga.

An all levels class - beginners welcome


Iyengar Yoga is a powerful and sophisticated discipline which can be practiced in all stages of life. The benefits are far-reaching and will assist the practitioner in every aspect of daily living.


Involving excellence of technique and sequencing, moving through a safe, methodical progression of yoga postures. The well-qualified teacher will provide a clear demonstration and explanation and individual correction and adjustment when necessary.

An all levels class - perfect for beginners

Morning Flow 


An energising yet nourishing flow, combining breathe with the movement. To help stretch, strengthen and awaken the body and mind and rejuvenate the nervous system.

An all levels class - beginners welcome

Prenatal yoga

Pregnancy yoga can begin from your second trimester and is suitable for beginners and experienced practitioners and can continue right up to the birth of your baby.

 This class can relieve aches and pains, boost circulation, strengthen the body for birth and keep you fit; whilst being sensitive to you and your baby.  It’s useful preparation for the birthing experience, learning to control the breathe to facilitate greater control of the breathe during labour.  Yoga also offers the opportunity to bond with your baby and connect with other pregnant women.

  • Please seek medical advice in advance if you have any medical conditions.

. Rest .

Restorative yoga to support your sleep cycle 

An hour of blissful restorative yoga. A gentle floor based class offering a unique blend of sensory attunement, restorative yoga and guided meditation.

An all levels class - suitable for beginners


Allow yourself to come to a place of softness in this short but sweet meditation class. Take time to settle into a relaxing posture and allow yourself to be guided through various meditation techniques to soothe a busy mind and tired body. Perfect to set you up for the day ahead.

An all levels class - no experience necessary

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra - also known as ‘yogic sleep’ - is a powerful meditative practice to help the body relax and restore, while the mind remains inwardly alert. It is said that 45 minutes of yoga nidra can equate to 4 hours of restful sleep.

An all levels class - no experience necessary

Breathing for birth

Based in hypnobirthing & yoga breathing techniques these Friday-night, doula-led classes offer you Time & Space to tune in and bond with your baby. We begin with grounding, the chance to consciously shed the week and centre you & your baby. Each class invites you to focus on a different form of Calm in the Birth Room, and brings you a new technique to adopt in pregnancy, birth & beyond. The block of classes is composed to equip you with confidence, calm, emotional control – and release you to enjoy your birth, however it plays out!

For more information visit: The good birth practice

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