Next four week total beginners’ course starts Sunday 21st January:
Sundays 21st & 28th Jan, 4th & 11th Feb, 2.35-3.50pm
But I can’t even touch my toes!
Yoga is for everyone, you don’t have to be flexible, strong or fit to get involved and feel the benefit.
Everyone on our Total Beginners courses will be new to yoga, so while you may find a few things unusual or unfamiliar, you won’t be alone! Your instructor will teach the foundations of yoga practice and help you progress at your own pace. Take this course to experience what yoga can do for you.
Register your interest in attending our next beginners course or find out more using the form at the bottom of this page.
I have an injury, can I still do yoga?
Yoga can be practised safely by people with many forms of injury or chronic condition. In fact, a lot of people with chronic muscular conditions find that practising yoga gives them relief from pain and teaches them how to make their body healthier. Always let your teacher know at the beginning of a class if you have an injury, you’re pregnant or have an ongoing condition.
What do I need to bring along and wear?
All the equipment you might need will be provided including yoga mats, though feel free to bring along your own if you prefer. You should wear comfortable but close-fitting clothes that don’t restrict your movement; shorts or leggings and a vest or T-shirt are ideal. You’ll do all your classes in bare feet.