Yoga takes you into the present moment, the only place where life exists.
— patanjali

Clients are encouraged to bring their own mats to class for hygiene.
Don't worry if you don't have one or forget it, the studio has mats you can use. All other yoga props such as blankets, bolsters and blocks are provided.

Bring a bottle of water. 

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(Always check online timetable).


10.45 -12.00 Gentle Yoga (Katie)



6.30 - 7.45pm Yin Yoga (Natalie)




12.30 -1.30pm Trapeze Yoga (Sara) - Beginners Course - STARTS 30th OCTOBER - BOOK NOW)

6.00 - 7.15pm Yoga Flow (Chelan)

7.30 - 8.30pm Trapeze Yoga (Sara) - Beginners Course STARTS 30th Oct - BOOK NOW)


10.45 - 12.00 Yin Yoga (Natalie)


6.00 - 7.15pm Clinical Yoga for back pain (Course)

7.30 - 9.00pm Clinical Yoga for back pain (Course) (The Yoga Physios)



10.45 - 11.45am Parent & Toddler

12.00 - 1.00pm Pregnancy

1.15- 2.15pm Mum & Baby (Ivy) 

6.30 - 7.45pm Vinyasa Yoga (Natalie)

8.00 - 9.00pm Trapeze Yoga (Sara) Beginners Course STARTS 1st Nov - BOOK NOW)



10.30 - 11.30am Trapeze Yoga (Sara) - Intermediate Level 2 Drop In Class (STARTS 2nd Nov)


9.15 - 10.30am Energising Yoga Flow (Camilla)

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What is it?
Yin is a gentle, passive style of yoga with all asanas (poses) practised seated on your mat.   By holding the poses for a little longer and focusing on the breath, Yin becomes a very meditative practice, leaving you feeling rested and relaxed.  Yin combines traditional yoga with Chinese Meridian  theory working on the acupuncture points of the body, similar to getting an internal massage!
Yin is suitable for anyone who prefers a more gentle style of yoga; who suffer with stiff, aching muscles and joints; sufferers of back pain and reduced mobility; people who have difficulty sleeping or relaxing; and for anyone who wants to feel healthier and become more mindful.
What do I wear?
Soft and loose fabrics – anything you feel comfortable in. Bring your yoga mat. Mats can be provided on request.

Yin works on a deep level into the muscle tissue, stretching connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and helps to loosen joints.  The passive and meditative nature of Yin enables you to become mindful and aware of your body.  You will find stiff, tight places and blockages and will become able to relieve these problem areas.  Even after a short time of practising, you will sleep better, have more energy, become more agile and have an increased awareness of your own body and health.

How much?
In £8     (10 class package £70)

How do I book?

All classes are drop in.  All levels are welcome.  For more information, Call Natalie on 07516720246 or email:

MONDAY 6.30 - 7.45pm  / STUDIO 1
WEDNESDAY 10.45 - 12.00noon  / STUDIO 1

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What is it?
A dynamic flow class that focuses on uniting movement and breath.  This class focuses   on correct alignment of the poses enabling you to move freely and safely through a series of asanas (poses).  The essential quality of Vinyasa is the synchronisation of body, breath and mind  with the  focus on the Ujjayi breath.
Vinyasa yoga is suitable for people who prefer an active practice; for anyone who wants to build up  their strength, stamina and increase their levels of fitness. This class is open to all levels.  Classes are always tailored to accommodate mixed abilities and experience.
This class will improve postural alignment; strengthen, stretch and tone your muscles; increase joint mobility; build stamina; help with weight loss; and increase blood flow to all organs of the body.  Regular practice enables you to become highly conscious and aware of your breath, your body and  your mind.

Thursday 6.30 – 7.45pm / STUDIO 3

How do I book?
All classes are drop in.  All levels are welcome.  For more information, Call Natalie on 07516720246 or email:

What do I wear?
Soft and breathable fabrics – anything you feel comfortable in and can move easily in. Bring your yoga mat. Mats can be provided on request

How much?
Drop In £8     10 Class Package is £70 

Yoga is like music. The rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind and the harmony of the soul creates the symphony of life. ~BKS Iyenger


Clinical Yoga for Back Pain Course - The Yoga Physios

What is it?
We have combined our clinical experience of managing back pain with our love of teaching yoga to design this Clinical Yoga for Back Pain course. Our six week course is designed to help you understand your spine, how it moves, and why it can sometimes become a source of pain or dysfunction. 

The course will give you the tools you need to take control of your own back, keep it healthy and strong, and manage flare-ups without fear. It is important that we adopt good movement patterns, and yoga is ideal for managing back problems because it incorporates breathing with movement. We will teach you a flowing sequence of specifically chosen yoga positions, or asanas, to develop your mobility, flexibility, strength, control and overall body awareness. 
Each session begins with a short talk on various topics surrounding the spine. During the course we will also teach you simple self-management techniques to treat your own joints and soft tissues. 

Yoga is NOT just for the fit and flexible. The beauty of yoga is that it can be used to benefit people of all ages and abilities. This class is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn more about their spine, how to manage flare-ups and maintain a healthy spine on a daily basis. 

It is a gentle class that will progress as the weeks go on and is suitable for all levels. You will need to be able to get on and off the floor yourself. If you have sciatica as well as low back pain please chat to us prior to commencing the course. If you have any concerns or are not sure if this is the class for you please contact us.

* We are unable to provide individual assessments within this class. If you feel you have a problem that requires a physiotherapy assessment, or you would like a one-to-one yoga session before the course starts, please contact us.  

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As physiotherapists we are experts in managing back pain. Many scientific studies have confirmed that yoga is an effective tool for reducing back pain. In our practice we often use yoga exercises with patients in addition to manual techniques. Having a series or sequence of yoga positions is often a great way to help people to engage with physiotherapy exercises and manage their own pain. 
Good movement is essential to keeping your spine healthy. Exercise helps to strengthen your muscles, mobilise your joints and keep your bones strong. It also results in the release of your body’s natural pain-killers. The exercises in this class have been specifically picked to help mobilise your back and to strengthen the muscle groups that provide support and maintain good posture. 

What do I wear?
Please wear loose-fitting or stretchy clothes that are comfortable and allow you to move easily. 

How much?
The cost of the 6 week course is £90. Concessionary rates may apply, please contact us for details. A deposit of £40 is required.

Courses starts every 6 weeks. At the end of the course you can join our ongoing classes.  6.00 - 7.15pm & 7.30 - 9.00pm

How do I book?
Pre-booking is essential. Please contact us via email or telephone to book your place or if you have any questions. Please note that, to keep classes small, we only have ten spaces, so we suggest booking early.   07494 312334

When you listen to yourself, everything comes naturally. It comes from inside, like a kind of will to do something. Try to be sensitive. That is yoga.”
— –Petri Räisänen

Yoga Flow with Chelan Freeman

What is it?

My yoga classes aim to bring a lightness of being to you so you can feel brighter and more wholesome within yourself. In each class we will flow gently through a physical practice at a steady pace so the body has time to explore each posture, gain strength and flexibility while in turn becoming more intimate with ones self, finding deep rest and harmony within the flow.

We will honor both the stronger postures and the more restorative postures throughout the class giving us the opportunity to build a deep connection with our inner wisdom and play with feeling full body awareness. 

I hold a safe and uplifting space to energise, realign and to bring a sense of aliveness into your body and a quietness to your mind. This class gives space for focused awareness and the integration of breath through various yoga sequences which will challenge and relax your whole being.

Everyone is welcome to this Yoga Flow class.  I always suggest going along to any class to really find out if its something that suits you or not. This class moves at a steady pace and may challenge you if you are new to any form of exercise or movement but always aims to be accessible to everyone. Please come along and try this class regardless of your experience, we all start somewhere and this class aims to offer something to everyone whether complete beginner or more seasoned practitioner. 

What do I wear?
Wear anything that you feel comfortable in and that allows you to move easily.


How much?
Drop in £9

Class cards are available on request.  X5 Class Card £42.50  /   X10 Class Card £80

Tuesday Evening 6.00pm - 7.15pm / STUDIO 3


I see yoga as self care, a tool inwhich we can call upon anytime of the day to help us through the challenges of daily life, weather it be a deeper fuller breath or a little stretch here or there to open up the body or an act of kindness, yoga is a form of awareness which can benefit our bodies and minds immensely. I believe that through a regular physical yoga practice are bodies not only become stronger and more maleable but our minds become clearer and our emotional bodies steadier. These benefits can offer us the ability to move through live with more ease, adaptability and awareness of oursleves and the world around us.

How do I book? 
No need to book into this class please just turn up and enjoy. If you’d like to chat or ask me any questions before arriving at class then pop me a call, text or email. 07595826535,


SATURDAY MORNING energising YOGA FLOW - camilla

What is it? 

My classes are arranged to explore both the strong and softer elements of the physical practice in order to experiment with mental and physical balance. We will flow at a steady pace uniting movement and breath while building in strength and flexibility.
I encourage students to practice from a place of intuitive movement and with focus on breath and
alignment, to become more knowledgeable of our own bodies. Through practice we glimpse a sense of freedom and wholeness that brings out a feeling of being fully alive and energised.

Who is it for?
Whether you’re a complete beginner to regular practitioner this class is designed to have something for everyone no matter of size, shape, gender, level of flexibility or fitness. Yoga is for everybody.

In a culture in which we rush from one day to the next, constantly trying to change our health, our bodies, our emotions to planning our future, yoga opens up the possibility of acceptance, of connecting to what we already have, to who we already are. It provides us with a set of tools that benefit both our mental and physical wellbeing, helping us in untying knots that tend to create pattens of holding and stagnation. It helps bring us into the present moment, not just on the mat but over time with practice these tools learnt on the mat start to work their way into our everyday lives.

What do I wear?
Anything that feels comfortable and allows you to move freely.

How much?
£9.00 drop-in rate /  5 Class card £40.00

Saturday Morning 9.15am – 10.30am  / STUDIO 3

No need to book, just come along to Studio 3 where I’ll be to welcome you. If you would like to get in touch before with any questions please give me a call or text on 07752734439 or drop me an email: 



What is it?
The class begins with a gentle but thorough warm up, focusing on breath and mobilising joints and muscles, We spend time exploring varying asana postures and sequences, with precision, softness, and fluidity. We practice pranyama and krias for conscious breathing methods, and close the session with a led relaxation/meditation.

We practice asana postures, and breath control to build prana (life force) and strengthen the muscles and joints to support our ever changing bodies. For the body; muscles, joints, circulation, hormone balance.
For the mind; concentration, focus, discipline, relaxation, peace. To name but a few! With the intention of taking care, trusting our own intuition, and having respect for our bodies.

The classes are designed for any level of practice, be it beginner, or advanced practitioner, I have deliberately planned gentle classes to open the doors of yoga up to those who may be rusty, or shy, or a bit out of practice, however it is a drop in class and everyone is welcome. The emphasis in a mixed capability class will be on ones own practice, remembering that each of us have different capabilities, confidence levels, physical limits, even lung capacity! a constant reminder of our uniqueness.

What do I wear?
Please wear sports wear or comfortable clothing and no shoes. Bring a jumper, socks and a blanket for relaxation. Also bring water. There will be a few mats available but please bring your own if possible. 

How do I book?
This is a drop in class in STUDIO 1, so theres no need to pre book, however if youd like to pay by the term, or would like any other details, do get in touch by email or  phone;  07788 614 732  or we could chat after the class.

How much?
The class is £8.00 drop in or block book 6 session at £45

Monday mornings 10.45 am - 12 noon. 
A great way to start the week.


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What is it?

Inversion devices in various forms have been used in yoga studios for decades. Whilst it’s very probable that there were yogis hanging upside-down from trees thousands of years ago, most people credit the late yoga master BKS Iyengar with developing the practice. In his studio in Prune, India, Iyengar introduced his students to many a prop, including blocks, straps, ropes, chairs and inversion slings. Iyengar himself appears in many of the earliest photographs documenting inversion sling yoga practice. He used thick rope and stacks of rolled mats or blankets to practice passive backbends in his studio. Today the yoga swing has been developed and improved by many, but the fundamental concept is the same. This simple tool can allow you to access classic, new and different poses in ways that can enhance and transform your practice...Specifically in spinal health, core and upper body strength.


The yoga trapeze is a lighthearted playful and dynamic practice which can expand or enhance any regular yoga practice.  It’s accessible to almost anyone (see contraindications below)  It’s a great way to take your yoga practice in a new direction, or to help relieve sub-clinical back pain, or simply to try something new and have fun. The yoga trapeze can be a great assist with classic inversion practices and back-bends, taking what are often very active asana and making them more passive,  as hanging means there is little or no pressure on the neck and spine and there is no force of gravity to contend with. Hanging gives traction to the spine, creating space in the vertebrae, the benefits of which are widely known. Hanging also allows the benefits of inversion, without the pressure on the spine, neck and joints from holding yourself up. 

Contraindications for yoga trapeze/inversion practice are - Glaucoma, Recent surgery, Pregnancy, Inner- ear conditions , Recent concussion or head injury, Epilepsy, Recent stroke, Propensity to faint, Obesity, Hiatal Hernia, High blood pressure, Medication that can cause dizziness, headaches, fainting or fatigue.



A regular yoga practice (including trapeze yoga) can help alleviate stress and anxiety by activating the parasympathetic nervous system. That’s the physiological explanation,  but the key process of any regular yoga practice of any sort does is how it increases self awareness, both internal and external. It is this awareness of ourselves that contributes enormously to balancing and improving not only our mental health and wellbeing, but also supporting us in the way we meet the rest of our world both in our personal lives and beyond to our wider communities. On a personal level it also helps with concentration and mental functioning,  It’s also enhances mood due the the release of endorphins and serotonin. 

Taking ourselves out of our comfort zone,  increasing our courage and building self-confidence.


New physical practices like trapeze yoga which involve complex or coordinated movements can improve brain cognition by creating new neural pathways. 

Yoga practice can be used to improve sleep patterns. 

Playful and dynamic practices like trapeze yoga help the connection to our ‘inner child’, through playful connection we can find those places within ourselves that brought us joy a kids. 

Inversions have never been more popular in yoga, but many students can fine even a simple headstand very challenging for anatomical reasons,  so they skip these poses and miss both the health benefits as well as the fun of going upside down. When taught correctly, people of all ages can experience inversion therapy using The Yoga Trapeze and eventually build the strength needed to progress to mat-based inverted poses as well.

Instant Spinal Traction: Back pain is an epidemic, and using the Yoga Trapeze, clients can invert gravity and elongate their spine with little-or-no prior yoga experience. For many, this type of pain relief is unmatched by any other form of treatment.

Suspension Training: Functional fitness requires pushing, pulling, and holding of weight. In traditional yoga classes, you push and hold your body weight constantly, but it’s very difficult to find pulling motions in classes. Pulling is a crucial movement for back, neck, and upper-body health, and The Yoga Trapeze introduces functional pulling movements in a fun and dynamic way.

Flexibility: Aside from inversions, there are also dozens of hip openers, shoulder openers, and hamstring stretches that work amazingly well for flexibility. Using the leverage of the sling, gravity, and suspension, you can practice flexibility training in a whole new way. 

Deep Backbends: Backbends are some of the most-challenging poses in yoga, and students often get so frustrated that they skip them altogether. On the Yoga Trapeze, you can do passive backbends (just hang and breathe) to open the stiff and stuck areas of your shoulders and thoracic spine.


What do I wear? 

Comfortable, breathable clothing that enables a full range of movement.

 It is best to wear clothing that isn’t too loose so it does not hang upside down when you do ie; baggy t shirts. Adequate bust support is recommended for women, low cut tops can be problematic if upside-down

How much? 

Beginners classes are run weekly in 6-8 week courses, cost is between £60-80 per course (dependent on the length of the course) 

Level 2/intermediate courses are run weekly. Anyone is welcome to join this class if they have either prior experience or have completed the beginners course. Cost is £9.50 per class for a drop-in. 

or you can purchase a  6 class pass (12 month time limit) for £51 which increases your saving.

 If six consecutive classes are done in a row then the person gets a free class which reduces the overall cost again. 

How Do I Book?

Booking can be made by contacting Sara directly through email at or her Facebook page: SaraQyoga 

Food and drink; it is advised the large quantities of food or drink are avoided for 3 hours before class...2 hours min. Small sips of liquid are best. 


Beginners courses run on Tuesdays at 12.30pm and 7.30pm And Thursdays at 8pm.

(Please note that are not transferable) 

Intermediate level 2 drop in classes run on Friday mornings at 10.30am