We offer classes aimed at different abilities, from complete beginners through to intermediate level classes for those more experienced.

Our classes are open to all and are accessible to all. The use of props designed by B.K.S. Iyengar and the training our teachers undergo, allows yoga to be practiced by all. So no matter how stiff, or what your ailment, come in and talk to us, we can advise you on the most suitable classes for you.

Introductory Course - 6 weeks

For absolute beginners to yoga or the Iyengar method. The course is designed to teach students the fundamentals of Iyengar Yoga. Basic poses (asanas) are taught to develop strength, stamina and flexibility. It is recommended to do 2 or 3 sets of the introductory course before moving on to other classes.

Beginners/General 1

Suitable for those coming through the introductory course or for people returning to Iyengar yoga after an absence or for those familiar with other types of yoga..

General 1

These classes develop a deeper understanding of Iyengar Yoga, with poses held for longer and there is a regular practice of inversions.

General 2

For those who are more experienced and are working towards intermediate poses. A regular practice of the core poses is essential, as the classes will feature intermediate poses.


For experienced students who have an established personal practice of over 5 years. Poses from the Intermediate syllabus are more demanding and students will have a level of experience and understanding of the adjustments and support required to practice safely. Students should be able to maintain a stable head balance (Sirsasana) and shoulder balance (Sarvangasana) for over 6 minutes. Pranayama and the philosophy of yoga according to Patanjali are taught regularly in this class.

Gentle Yoga

A class aimed at students wishing to practice at a slower pace, particularly for those who are stiffer, have long-standing ailments such as historic injuries, or those who just require a more gentle practice.


A class dedicated to the practice of restorative poses, from supported standing poses to supine poses and some pranayama. Restful and rejuvenating poses that promote well-being and quieten the mind, while still promoting extension and openness of the body. Restorative poses are also taught regularly in all other class, but this class is dedicated to the practice each week.

Pregnancy Yoga

Click here for full details on our pregnancy class.