Find a class that's right for you.We believe Iyengar Yoga is for everyone regardless of age or ability, whether you have yoga experience or not. We offer Iyengar Yoga classes across three levels. 


Beginners

Monday, 7-8.30pm, beginners and general

Thursday, 6.30-8pm  

Saturday, 9-10.30am 

Sunday, 5-6.30pm, beginners and general 

If you are completely new to yoga our induction course is the best place to start - see information under Induction Course below. The drop in beginners classes are suitable for anyone who has completed the induction course or has a little experience of yoga. The classes are designed to help beginners build their confidence as well as their strength and flexibility.  They are intended to get you started in Iyengar yoga and  you can then start attending our general classes.

-£8 members and full time students, £10 non-members  

 

General

Monday, 7-8.30pm, beginners and general

Tuesday, 7.30-9pm

Thursday, 11am-12.30pm, Community class (low cost)   

Thursday, 8.15-9.45pm

Friday, 6 –7.30pm

Sunday, 5-6:30pm,  beginners and general 

The majority of our classes are general classes – designed to be suitable for everyone. They are the next step up for  beginners with some experience of Iyengar Yoga and are also suitable for more experienced students. These are well rounded classes where all are welcome.

-£8 members and full time students, £10 non-members  

- Community class £5 for all students 

 

Intermediate

Wednesday, 7.15-9.15pm 

Saturday, 11-1pm

For those who have been practising Iyengar Yoga for some time and have confidence in their Asanas. These are more demanding classes and are aimed at those ready for more of a challenge.

The Wednesday evening class is with a senior Iyengar teacher, Sophie Carrington, and is not included as part of the monthly pass.

-£8 members and full time students, £10 non-members  

 

 

Restorative and Pranayama

Wednesday, 5.30-7pm , Restorative       

Saturday, 2.30-4.30pm , Restorative.   No class  on  10 Feb.            

Saturday, 5-6pm , Pranayama.    No class  on 10 Feb 

Sunday, 2.30-4.30, combined restorative and Pranayama - 11 Feb

Iyengar Yoga emphasises the need to work hard but also the need to balance this with classes that help deeply rest and restore the body and mind. Restorative classes use props to support the body in restful poses. The Pranayama class is an introduction to yogic breathing practice. Ideally students should attend the restorative class before Pranayama. These classes are suitable for all levels of student.

We run a combined monthly restorative and Pranayama class introducing Pranayama and  a range of  restful Asana that prepare the body for Pranayama on the  Sunday dates shown.

-£8 members and full time students, £10 non-members  Restorative classes                                                

-£5 Pranayama classes

 

 

Induction course

Sunday, 9-10.30am

 

This is a rolling five-week course, designed so you can begin at any week in the course. It offers a really good grounding in Iyengar Yoga in a small class setting and is suitable for anyone new to Iyengar Yoga. Booking is essential. 

- £50 payable in advance

 

Guest teacher workshops

Sunday, 11am start 

Experienced teachers will be invited to share their Iyengar Yoga experience and unique style with us in a series of guest teacher classes with the purpose of enriching our learning. Check here for details of upcoming sessions and workshops.