Project Description


Dynamic yoga (Tues & Thurs 5:45pm-6:45pm)


Dynamic yoga draws from multiple styles (including Ashtanga, Hatha and vinyasa flow), and incorporates physical postures, breathing techniques and elements of relaxation. Sequences are designed to develop your strength, balance and flexibility while restoring your body’s natural mobility. Every class is different and provides the perfect balance of challenge and familiarity. Expect to move, breathe and, sometimes, sweat!

Classes are suitable for all levels – plenty of modifications, variations and props are offered support your practice.

Restorative yoga (Sunday 3pm-4pm)

Classes are floor-based and slow-paced, with an emphasis on passive stretches such as light twists, seated forward folds, and gentle backbends. During the long holds of restorative yoga, muscles are allowed to relax deeply, and postures are supported by blankets, bolsters, straps and blocks.

Classes are suitable for all levels and complement more active practices as well as stress generated by our busy lives.


It’s not an understatement to say yoga saved my life – and now I’m committed to sharing its transformative and healing powers with others.

I was really sick – physically, mentally and spiritually. I’d been struggling with eating disorders, depression and anxiety throughout my late teens, which put my body and mind under significant amounts of stress. I experienced overwhelming fatigue, heart palpitations, weight fluctuations, joint aches, mood swings, brain fog and acid reflux (to name a few).

At my wits’ end, I started yoga. I thought, what’s the harm?

I fell in love immediately, and the practice became a crucial piece of kit in my recovery toolbox. I learnt how to show up for myself and others, and discovered the incredible potential of the human body and mind.

Yoga had such a positive impact on my life that I decided to take a teacher training course. I wanted to share its gifts, to the best of my ability, with others (especially with people who were in some sort of pain).

So, I took an Ashtanga teacher training course with Martin Thomson, who trained with leading teachers Brian Cooper and K. Pattabhi Jois, at Yoga Dharma. I’ve also studied under David Swenson, one of only a handful of Westerners to have learned the full Ashtanga system (including all of the asana sequences and pranayama) as originally taught by K. Pattabhi Jois.

I endeavour to make my classes fully accessible, which means everyone is welcome, regardless of age, gender, ability or body type. And one of my main priorities is to create a space where everyone feels safe and welcome – because this practice is truly for everyone, no matter what glossy yoga magazines would have you believe!

The Iyengar teaching method helps you focus on correct alignment of the body in poses, ensuring you are working safely with maximum benefit to your flexibility, strength and wellbeing. Props such as blocks and belts are sometimes used to help with this.

The classes can be hard work but you will quickly build up your strength, flexibility and stamina.

Classes generally start with simple poses and build up to more advanced but appropriate adjustments will be made for people with different physiques or problems. The class ends with a period of relaxation.