Yoga Classes

For beginners and the more experienced

Whether you are brand new to yoga or and experienced yogi, classes are a great way to develop your practice under the guidance of a teacher. I teach classes local to me around Beds and Bucks and am also often found teaching in London. I would love for you to join me in class, so take a look below for a class near you.

Weekly Yoga Classes

I am currently not teaching weekly yoga classes. Take a look at my workshops and retreats, or details on 1:2:1/private yoga.

Not sure what to expect or how to prepare for class?

Find the answer you are looking for opposite, or please do not hesitate to contact me if you have other queries.

What should I wear to class?

You want to wear light, loose, comfortable clothing that you can move in, for example leggings and T-shirt, along with a warmer layer – you want to be cool when moving more, and have a layer for the start and end of class. Yoga is practiced in bare feet, but socks can be put on for relaxation, and sticky “yoga socks” can be bought if you prefer to practice in those.

Do I need to bring anything else with me?

You will need a yoga mat to practice on. I have a few spares students can borrow (please let me know before class if you need one), or I have new ones for sale. You might also like to bring any other yoga props you have (don’t worry if you don’t) and a blanket for relaxation. Mats are available in the yoga studios I teach in – there may be a hire charge. You might also like to bring some water.

Can I eat before class?

It is advised that you don’t eat a large meal 2 – 3 hours before class, but of course be sensitive to your needs and the timing of the class. If you need to eat a snack an hour or so beforehand this is fine.

When should I arrive for class?

Please arrive 5 – 10 minutes before the start of class to get settled and ready. If you are running late, please enter quietly, and if you can see the class is still and quite/in meditation or centring, please wait a few minutes until this is over before coming in.

I have an injury or health condition - can I still do yoga?

Yoga is accessible for everyone, but not all yoga classes or yoga poses are suitable for all. Within all classes poses can be modified to individual needs, but some classes are more dynamic than others. Please contact me to discuss any concerns you have, so we can together make sure you are going to the right class for you.