Yoga / Yoga Information
What is Yoga?
Our practice and teaching of yoga takes place within a context of Buddhism, which emphasises an integration of awareness and kindness leading to positive mental states.
Regular practice of yoga has many benefits as it integrates body and mind, bringing vitality, flexibility and a sense of wellbeing.
Our yoga teachers offer a variety of classes. For full information, please contact the teachers direct. You will find their contact details at;
What do I need to bring with me to yoga?
You can wear anything non-constricting to practise yoga, such as leggings, shorts, joggers, and t-shirts.
There’s no need to bring any equipment: we provide mats, blankets, blocks, and other yoga props. If you have a mat you prefer to use, you are welcome to bring it.
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Pregnancy is not a good time to start yoga and we cannot accept newly pregnant women into our classes. If you are already practising and are known to our teachers, they can teach you during the second trimester, provided there are no complications with the pregnancy and that you have your doctor's assurance that it is safe to practise yoga.
If you experience any other chronic or acute conditions, please ask your doctor’s advice and also speak to the yoga teacher before booking classes or workshops.