Monthly Sound Bath 

With Xanthe Horner 

Sound therapy (or meditation) harness the vibrational quality of sound to help body and mind relax and de-stress.  
Science shows that therapeutic tones produced in sound healing can entrain the brain into a relaxed state of wakefulness.
You will experience the sound from gongs, singing bowls, drums, percussion and vocal sound to help the healing process self generate
The session will conclude with time for meditation to enter a receptive and relaxed state. 


Friday10th January

Friday 7th February 

Friday 6th March 

Friday 10th April 


7pm – 8.30pm 

Kirtan – The Yoga of Sound

With Rabecca Goolijar

Kirtan is the Yoga of sound. It is a meditation practice open to everyone. The style is basic call-and-response chanting of yogic sounds accompanied by harmonium and percussion. Using sound in this way, helps us to relax our minds, release stress and connect into deeper states of peace, joy and freedom.


Sunday 22nd December 7pm – 8pm

Friday 21st February 

Friday 24th April 



£13 drop-in or pay wit your class pass. 

Book via the timetable page. 

Ayurvedic Seasonal Cleanse – Winter

With Clare Bannister 

Winter is governed by the elements of earth and water: Kapha

Ayurveda teaches us how to live in harmony with the seasons through our diet and lifestyle choices, offsetting the potential for seasonally-induced imbalances. 

Based on Ayurvedic principles of self-care we will help you develop a daily routine incorporating food choices right for your type, cleansing practices, lifestyle choices and exercise/movement.

The Ayurvedic Season Cleanse to includes lunch, offering seasonally appropriate foods for Winter. During the workshop you will understand a little more about your Ayurvedic type and foods and lifestyle choices, which suit you best.

To conclude the workshop we will practice a invigorating Yoga Practice and Meditation, ideal to warm and ignite the sluggish digestive fire of Kapha. A mini retreat, right here at the studio!!

For 10 days after the workshop we will follow a guided season cleanse (or detox).  

Please book by 8th January as there is a short questionnaire to complete.





Saturday 11th January


1pm – 4pm

5 Weeks Beginners Reformer Pilates Course

With Everton Wood 

This 5 week course will introduce you to the basic principles to pilates.

You will develop an in-depth understanding of the pilates reformer equipment. 

The Pilates Reformer is the principle piece of Pilates equipment. The moving carriage and adjustable spring tension challenges core strength and balance.

The Pilates reformer is suitable for anyone, at any level of fitness. The beginners course is a great place to start if you are new to Pilates.

Completing this course will allow you to progress on to all other reformer classes on the timetable. 

This course is for 5 consecutive weeks. 


Monday 6th January – 3rd February.

Monday 10th February – 24th March 


6.30pm – 7.30pm 

The Foundations of Ashtanga Yoga

With Anita Lapinska

This workshop will introduce you to the foundations of Ashtanga Yoga. Anita will explore the 8 limbs of Yoga. These offer us direction for morale and ethical conduct and self discipline.

They guide our attention  towards achieving physical and emotional heath and well-being.

Anita will thoroughly explore Asana: Surya Namaskar A and B, Pranayama (breath), Bandas (energy locks or seal) and drishti (focus).

Both workshops will explore the opening chant and closing mantra, an integral element of the Ashtanga Yoga practice, relaxation and Yoga Nidra.

A workshop not to be missed.


Saturday 18th January 


12.30pm – 2.30pm


£25 Book Bothe classes and receive a free Ashtanga class. 

Book via the timetable page. 

Ashtanga Yoga. Exploring the Primary Series Asana.

With Anita Lapinska

Anita shares her knowledge and experience of Ashtanga Yoga in his workshops by thoroughly breaking down the standing sequence, seated postures to Marichyasana D, backhanding and the closing sequence.

If you would like to develop your asana practice, taking time to understand each posture in depth, this is the workshop for you.

Both workshops will explore the opening chant and closing mantra, an integral element of the Ashtanga Yoga practice, relaxation and Yoga Nidra.

A workshop not to be missed.


Saturday 25th January 


12.30 – 2.30pm 


£25. Book both workshops and receive a free Ashatanga class. 

Book via the timetable page. 

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For information on prices


Contact Clare to book a one-to-one session


By cleansing your body on a regular basis and eliminating as many toxins as possible from your environment, your body can begin to heal itself, prevent disease, and become stronger and more resilient than you ever dreamed possible!

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Ashtanga Workshop this weekend. - mailchi.mp/b3babd1e23f3/join-us-for-the-kirtan-the-yoga-of-sound-friday-26th-april-7-8pm-2686599 Have you been thinking of trying Ashtanga Yoga?

Take time to explore the Primary Series under the expert guidance from Anita.

Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic practice, which not only develops strength and flexibility in the physical body, but develops focus, and concentration. Through a regular practice, you will discover the meditative benefits of this practice through synchronising the movements with the breath. Building internal heat helps purify the body and sweating offers a pathway for toxins to leave the body.
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