Timetable: September - December 2017

(Please click here for the summer 2017 timetable)

Hatha 9am - 10am 11/9/17 – 5/12/17
Ashtanga 10am - 11am 11/9/17 – 5/12/17
Ashtanga 7pm - 8pm 11/9/17 – 5/12/17
Hatha 8pm - 9pm 11/9/17 – 5/12/17
Mysore 8.30am - 10.30am 12/9/17 – 5/12/17
Hatha 7.00pm - 8.00pm 12/9/17 – 5/12/17
Ashtanga (Beginners) 8.00pm - 9.00pm 12/9/17 – 5/12/17
Hatha 9am - 10am 6/9/17 – 6/12/17
Ashtanga 10am - 11am 6/9/17 – 6/12/17
Hatha 11.30am - 12.30am 6/9/17 – 6/12/17
Hatha 7pm - 8pm 6/9/17 – 6/12/17
Ashtanga 8pm - 9pm 6/9/17 – 6/12/17
Mysore 9am - 10.30am 7/9/17 – 7/12/17
Mysore 7.30am - 9am 8/9/17 – 1/12/17
Mysore 9am - 10.30am 8/9/17 – 1/12/17
Hatha 1pm - 2pm 8/9/17 – 1/12/17

Restorative yoga and meditation

This is a deeply restful class during which we explore a variety of gentle yoga poses and breathing techniques to restore the body and calm the mind. Basic meditation techniques, yoga Nidra and mindfulness techniques are enormously relaxing and help to reduce stress and clear the mind. These simple techniques taught in class can then be used in simple ways to improve everyday life.


These classes are suitable for all ages and abilities. Asanas (yoga postures), Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Relaxation techniques will be combined to improve strength and flexibility, relax the body and calm the mind, leaving students feeling refreshed, inspired and relaxed.


One-to-one sessions directly address the needs of the person attending. One-to-one sessions give students the space and time to explore in depth elements of their yoga practice, receive help with any issues or particular needs.


Ashtanga yoga is a dynamic, flowing and energising form of yoga, where postures are linked in a sequence in coordination with deep breathing. Regular practice of Ashtanga yoga increases flexiblity and strength, purifies the body, calms and focuses the mind and promotes general welbeing.

Mysore Ashtanga

Mysore Ashtanga is a self-practice class with adjustments. This class gives students the opportunity to develop and deepen a self-practice.