Beginner’s Yoga Classes
Learn yoga at your own speed, online, one to one or in small groups.
Yoga is not just about being able to touch your toes.
Our beginner’s yoga is for anyone wanting to learn yoga from scratch, in a supportive, interactive environment, either in small classes or one to one with teacher, Beth Cox.
New to Yoga
You can join a class directly, or if you would prefer, have a chat with Beth so we can understand your aims and set you on the right path.
Returning to Yoga
If you have been away from yoga for a long time, or want to try a different approach, a beginner’s course could be the perfect way to restart.
By working in small groups or one to one, you can be sure you will receive the help and support you need to enjoy your yoga practice and adapt postures to suit you.
Not Sure About Yoga
There are so many misconceptions about yoga, you might have be unsure if it’ll suit you. Each student takes their own path. We simply help you to find it with lessons tailored to your ability and health.
Self Conscious or Shy?
Yoga is not just for beautiful, athletic people. It is for everyone regardless of their starting point. We teach you to develop at your own pace with tailored movement and postures you can practice at home.
Worried About Ability
Beth has the qualifications and experience to help students with many different levels of ability, adapting movement and breathing to help you relax and learn.
Get in contact with Beth to arrange a free consultation or to find out when there are classes for you to join. We are looking forward to hearing from you.
What is involved in a session?
We work with slow movements taking our body into different postures. We move in and out of the posture with our breath. To begin with, we rarely hold a position and you'll learn how to adapt the posture so you get the most out of your practice.
What should I bring?
All you need is a yoga mat to begin with, in the future you may want to buy other equipment but to start off you can use items round the home like cushions or chairs as props.
How long are yoga classes?
There are a variety of times for sessions ranging from free 20-minute recorded taster session to 3 hour workshops and weekend retreats. The average yoga class is between 60 - 75 minutes long.
How do I book?
You can book any of the sessions online or if you prefer to contact Beth to chat about options you can book over the phone or via email. If a course is full contact Beth to ask to be added to a waiting list.
What yoga will I learn?
You will learn to adapt yoga to you rather than struggle to attain a pose outside of your reach. We'll teach you how minor adjustments can make a big difference to the way your practice feels. We work with a small number of postures with slight variations so you can learn the foundations before tackling more advanced poses.
What should I wear?
You don’t need any particular yoga clothes; any comfortable loose trousers and t-shirt are fine. Having an optional top layer can be handy too.
First Class Free
Try your first group class with Beth for free, to find out if the group yoga classes would suit you.
You can book a free yoga taster class for either an online or in-person live lesson.
- Mon: 10.00AM - 6.30 PM
- Tues: 9.30AM - 7.30PM
- Wed: 10:00AM - 7:00PM
- Thurs: 10:00AM - 8.30PM
- Fri: 10:00AM - 5:00PM
- Sat- Sun - Closed
07747 880 731
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