Classes and Workshops

Mixed Ability


Ever been to a yoga class and left feeling demanding more? As though it was a nice stretch but not much else to it? This class is for people who want MORE: more flexibility, more strength and stamina, whether you are a climber, cyclist, tough mudder, cross-fit maniac or just someone who likes to push yourself and be active! Open to all levels, you don't need to be able to do a chaturanga dandasana or a handstand to join in but expect to work towards more complex poses and to feel worked out in the end! This hatha-based class is perfect for anyone who enjoys a challenge and wants to improve overall fitness, prevent injury and compliment other physical activities such as climbing, cycling, running, cross-fit etc.

Mixed Ability

Sunset Hatha

A well-rounded class that doesn't just focus on the physical aspect of yoga but also includes pranayama - breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation. If you'd like to feel better in your body, reduce stress, learn to become more mindful - this class is for you. Open to all levels.

Mixed Ability

Private Classes

Please contact me to arrange a private class - up to 2 people can participate.

Mixed Ability

Upcoming Workshops

Online 90-minute Yin & Yoga Nidra workshop on 15th May at 4PM

Classes Timetable

Monday 7 pm - 8 pm

With Caroline

Thursday 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sunset Hatha

With Michelle

Benefits of Yoga

Yoga STRONG and Sunset Hatha

There are countless benefits of yoga. To me, the main one is to make you both your body and your mind feel good. The main goal of practising yoga is to counter our habitual postures - when we sit at the desk all day, do demanding sports that constantly shorten and tighten our muscles. Yoga practice is there to correct those habits, return our lenght and flexibility to us, combined with stamina and strength.

  • Increases strength, flexibility and balance
  • Promotes mental well-being, addressing stress and sleep issues
  • Helps prevent injuries


We often think of postures when we imagine yoga but it's the breath the helps us connect the body and the mind. Correct, conscious breathing is a large focus of each class. We also use some of the breathing techniques called pranayama, such as:

  • Ujjayi Pranayama
  • Full Yogic Breathing
  • Nadi Shodhana

Energy Locks

The Sanskrit word bandha means to 'hold', 'tighten' or 'lock'. On a physical level Bandhas are the ‘core’ of core strength - they act as the base, the middle and the ‘lid’ of the core, retaining life force energy. In yoga we use bandhas to stabilise, strengthen, energise and increase stillness and awareness of the body.

  • Bandhas move the energy upwards, thus allowing you to invert and jump more easily, as well as float forward and back more lightly, and twist deeply.
  • Adding the bandhas to poses can instantly create the power you need to go that extra few inches and help you master arm balances and inversions such as handstand.
  • Adding Bandhas can be one of the most transformative aspects of your yoga practice, especially as you get more advanced.

Savasana is crucial

A lot of students often struggle when they start yoga when it comes to the final relaxation - savasana, yet it is the most transformative part of the practice.

  • Calms the brain and helps relieve stress and mild depression
  • Relaxes the body
  • Savasana is a pose of total relaxation—making it one of the most challenging.



Yoga class drop-in
  • Note that you can pay cash on the night instead
  • Drop-in last minute
  • No need to book a block of classes
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