Yoga is unique for everyone; nobody is the same

The word ‘Yoga’ means ‘to join’ or ‘to yoke’ or ‘to unite’. Bringing together Mind, Body and Spirit. This is achieved using the 8 limbs of Yoga.

The 8 limbs of Yoga were written in the Patanjalis Sutras or “the Yoga Sutras” compiled between 200 BCE and 500 BCE by the sage “Patanjali” in India. Patanjali synthesized and organized knowledge about yoga from much older traditions.

The 8 limbs of Yoga are:

  • Yama “abstinences”

  • Niyama “observances”

  • Asana “yoga postures”

  • Pranayama “breath control”
  • Pratyahara “withdrawal of the senses”
  • Dharana “concentration”
  • Dhyana “meditation”

  • Samadhi “absorption”

Yoga is over 5000 years old, with some text tracing back as far as 10,000 years ago. However, with the first yoga lessons being taught verbally we’ll never truly know how long yoga has been part of our makeup.

The Benefits Of Yoga.

“You do not have to be flexible to do Yoga; the flexibility comes as a result of doing Yoga”

Rest your mind and body, making you feel good
Improve the efficiency of your lungs and cardiovascular systems
Improve your posture, flexibility, strength and stamina
Improve your concentration
Enhanced feeling of wellbeing
Improve the quality of your sleep
Reduce anxiety and depression
Releases back pain

What Class Should You Take?

For Relaxation & Sleep

Yoga Nidra

Join our Yoga Nidra Class on a Monday night, where we will talk you through a guided relaxation. We use Hapi drums, Tibetan singing bowls and drums. You’ll experience sounds that soothe the mind & body.

Learn What Your Body Needs

Yoga 1-1

Contact us about our Yoga 1-1 classes. Here we will discuss the Yoga routes you can take. Together we’ll create a class dedicated to what you need for your mind, body & spirit.

Learn About Yoga Weekly

Weekly Yoga Classes

Join us for any of our weekly Yoga classes and become a regular member of the family. We teach a combination of different styles of yoga.

£32 For
4 online classes

Join us for a taster session

Head over to our timetable to find a session that works best for you. If you’d like to find out more or talk to one of us at the studio, please give us a call or an email.