As the days get longer and warmer, we can adjust our yoga practice to reflect these changes - my classes this month will explore gently energising twists and backbends, releasing our bodies from the confines of winter...


I still have a few places left on my Good Friday yoga class (14 April 10.30am-12.00pm, £8) - a delicous start to your Easter break! We will play with more active standing sequences and release into slower, rhythmic floor movements, leaving you feeling both revitalised and rested. This is pre-book only, so do get in touch if you would like to come along.








My weekly drop-in classes continue in April as follows:


Wednesdays 6.15-7.45pm

Fridays 10.30am-12.00pm (14 April is pre-book only)


I am away the last week in April so Amanda Zaninetti will be covering both drop-ins that week (Wednesday 26 and Friday 28 April).







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Originally from India, yoga is a practice that aims to bring together our body, our mind and our heart.


Yoga can help relax, relieve stress, increase our flexibility and range of movement, and help us find calm in our busy lives.


Anyone can benefit from yoga - you don't need to be fit or flexible to take part.


I teach a slower, meditative style of hatha yoga (Scaravelli-influenced), working with the breath and gravity to find freedom of movement and inner stillness.

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