We offer weekly yoga classes for all levels. We encourage regular class attendance, especially for beginners to ensure you have a good foundation in yoga. Our emphasis is more towards a meditative approach and the spiritual aspect of yoga.

Each class includes yoga postures (asana), breathing practices (pranayama),  and deep relaxation (yoga nidra) or meditation, appropriate to the level of the class.

Our yoga rooms are warm, carpeted and comfortable. Blankets are provided. Please wear loose comfortable clothing. Do not eat for at least 2 hours before the class. Cost is £10 per class or £8 if you attend regularly.

Class times last updated on 3 July 2015 


5.00-5.45pm | Kids (5-9 years)
Term time only, cost £4
with Lilamurti

6.00-7.20pm | Gentle Yoga
with Lilamurti

7.30-9.00pm | First Year
CONTINUATION 6 week block booking, suitable for those with one year experience with the foundation practices and sun salutations
with Katyayani | send email

7.30-9.00pm | Second Year
with Swami Pragyamurti


7.30-9.00pm | Beginners (continued)
Suitable for beginners and anyone wanting to refresh their commitment to regular practice
with Katyayani | send email

7.30-9.00pm | Intermediate
with Amritananda | send email


6.15-7.15pm | Beginners
with Swami Nirmal

7.30-9.00pm | Intermediate/Experienced
with Swami Nirmal

7.30-9.00pm | Intermediate (3 years experience)
Working with the Tattwas
with Swami Pragyamurti


10.45am-12.15pm* |  Experienced/Teachers
Tattwa Shuddhi preparation
with Swami Pragyamurti

6.00-7.15pm | Back to Basics
Suitable for complete beginners, recent starters, and anyone who wants to explore the foundation practices in greater depth.
with Pavitrabhav (Emma) | send email

7.30-9.00pm | Experienced/Teachers
Continuing deeper practices of Swami Satyananda

with Swami Pragyamurti


10.30am-12.00pm* | Intermediate
with Yagnamurti

1.30-3.00pm | Experienced/Teachers
Deep and easy asanas, plenty of meditation
with Swami Pragyamurti

7.30-9.00pm | Kirtan on the last Friday of the month
Mahamrityunjaya Mantra chanted 108 times for relief of suffering, followed by Kirtan (joyful chanting). Free of charge, all welcome.

* Local parking restrictions apply until 10.30am and are enforced right up to this time