Classes

  • Mondays5 – 6.30pm The Wellbeing Rooms, Simon Building,   drop in classes throughout Sept 2018, £6.50 each.  The new semester starts 12th October which you will book  here:  
    • Mondays – 7.30 – 8.45pm St Elisabeth’s Church, Bedford Street, Reddish, Stockport every Monday,  just £5 per class.  Enter via the Tower entrance.  Plenty of parking outside the  church which is just on the green at the side of Houldsworth Mill. Classes every week, new term is 3rd Sept, half term 22nd Oct, last class 10th Dec 18.
    • Wednesdays – 5.30 – 7 pm Manchester City Centre, Sackville Street Building, Granby Row, floor H, room H11, Intermediate yoga, class run as drop in throughout September, £6.50 each. The semester starts 14th October you have to book here: and read more about the room change here
    • Thursdays – 7.30 – 9pm –CLASS FULL St Clements Church, Upper Hall, 6 Edge Lane, Chorlton, every Thursday, £7 per class. The hall entrance is on Edge Lane come though the huge doors and take the stairs to your left which transport you up to the beautiful Upper Hall, leave your shoes outside the top doorThere is also a car park entrance just off St Clements Road.  Classes run up until and including 16th August 2018.  New term 6th Sept, half term 25th Oct, class ends 13th Dec 18.
    • Fridays – 4.30 – 5.30 pm  The Wellbeing Rooms,  Beginners yoga, classes are pay as you go throughout Sept, £5. You can book the next semester starting 16th September  2018 here
  • Small groups and 1:2:1 lessons.  What a great way to deepen your practice, work on specific areas of your body and postures to help you as an individual.  One to one or small group lessons are key to improving your practice and postures, you just need enough space to roll your mat out.  You can come to me and my fully equipped yoga space or I can come to you and help encourage you to practice in your own home or work space. I have day time availability on Tuesday and Thursdays.

Class frequently asked questions

What can I expect in a class?

You will be introduced to the basic asanas, (postures) they include standing, seated, twisting and restorative postures amongst other. They all have different effects on the mind and body but will improve overall health and improve concentration.

Can anyone do Iyengar Yoga?

Yes,  Iyengar Yoga is for everyone! it doesn’t matter what age, gender, religion or what your fitness levels are. Even if you think you are really stiff or inflexible, Iyengar Yoga can change this, increasing your flexibility and your long term well being.  You will have to sign a medical declaration form but this is so postures can be adapted to suit you

How do you adapt postures?

One of the unique features of Iyengar Yoga is the use of props, this allows students to achieve the correct alignment & develop strength and control.

What shall I wear?

Wear comfortable clothes that do not restrict your movement, shorts or leggings and a t- shirt are fine but yoga must be practised in bare feet.

Anything else?

Do not eat before an Iyengar yoga class; leave a gap of 2-3 hours before your last snack or 4 hours after a heavy meal, even if you feel hungry.  One last thing is to always tell your teacher if you are injured or feeling unwell your teacher can change postures just for you.