Classes

All mats, blocks, belts, blankets and bolsters are supplied, so you don't have to bring anything along but please feel free to bring your own if you have them.

We also ask you to fill in short health questionnaire with some other contact information before your first class. You can download it here, print it off and fill it in at home to save you time if you would like. Just bring it along to your first class.

If you have any queries before coming to a class please have a read through my FAQS to see if any of your questions are answered there. Please do get in touch if there's anything not answered, and we'll do our best to help.

How to Book

  • All our classes are PAY AS YOU GO but please do book/reserve your space online, where you will also be able to check availability, this saves people coming to a class if there isn't going to be space, and is a lot fairer.
  • If you don't have access to the Internet to book your space, please get in touch by phone or text, and we'll gladly book a place on the system for you.
  • If you're new to class, please get in contact either by email, our contact page, or by phone on 07463 021 512 before booking.

Friendly Classes

Seated yoga pose

Our classes are friendly and welcoming to anyone that attends a class regardless of age, ability and experience.

Improve Fitness

Downward dog

With regular yoga practice you can improve your strength, flexibilty and muscle tone whilst releasing tension.

Improve Posture

Yoga pose

Practising yoga can greatly improve your overall posture by making you aware of your body through correct alignment.

Pay As You Go

Seated yoga pose

Coming along is simple, just reserve a place online, and come along to class when you can, one reasonable price and no complications.

Monday


Goffs Oak
Methodist Church
9:30am - 10:45am
Hatha
£9.00

Stanstead Abbotts
Nigel Copping Building
11:45am - 12:45pm
Hatha
£8.50

Hoddesdon
Mayhem Theatre Arts Main Dance Hall
1:30pm - 2:30pm
Hatha
£8.50

Hoddesdon
Mayhem Theatre Arts Back Studio
7:30pm - 8:30pm
Hatha
£8.50

Tuesday


Cheshunt
Cedars Park Meeting Room
10:30am - 11:30am
Hatha
£8.50

Cheshunt
Cedars Park Meeting Room
12:00pm - 1:00pm
Hatha
£8.50

Thursday


Cheshunt
Goffs-Churchgate Academy Dance Studio
7:30pm - 8:30pm
Hatha
£8.50

Monthly Classes - Nigel Copping Building


2:00pm - 5:00pm
Hatha
£25.00
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Yin & Restorative
£18.00

8 Reasons To Start Yoga


01
Improve your flexibility

Continuing with a regular yoga practise can help to improve flexibility and mobility. Over time ligaments, tendons and muscles lengthen which increases elasticity.

02
Increase your strength

Yoga poses use all the muscles in the body which helps to increase overall strength and flexibility. Additionally, doing this may help to relieve muscular tension.

03
Reduce your stress levels

Help find ways to relax, slow down your breath, and to quieten the mind. During relaxation, yoga can help to lower the levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

04
Improve your breathing

Deep, slow breathing can improve the lung capacity. In yoga we breathe in and breathe out through the nose and this promotes a calming and more efficient breath.

05
Help with pain management

Practising yoga poses and relaxation can help to ease and manage pain. It can be beneficial for people with various conditions i.e. arthritis, back pain, multiple sclerosis and many more.

06
Lead a more balanced life

Practising yoga can help to promote self awareness, self acceptance and a sense of connection and fulfilment. In yoga we are reminded to bring our attention to the present moment.

07
Improves your posture

Many yoga poses can help to improve your posture. Over time by practicing correct alignment, stretching and lengthening of the spine you can learn how to hold yourself correctly.

08
Improve your sleeping

Regular practise of yoga may improve your sleep quality and help you to feel less fatigued. Yoga and breathing practices help to slow down the mind so you feel more relaxed and calm.