For me, yoga is a reflection of how I feel about myself, it helps me see the effects of everything that I do and how I interact with what is happening around me. Yoga makes me feel good and it shows me what isn’t working for me. It’s energising, it’s relaxing, it’s strengthening and I feel better at the end of my practice than before I started. My classes combine these qualities with the breathing, which is what animates the poses whether it’s a dynamic or a gentle flow or a restorative practice. You will feel that you’ve worked but you will feel relaxed, every time I get onto my mat it’s an opportunity to move into stillness.
Available for all beginner classes and anyone is welcome. First class free, no obligation just see how you find it.
All equipment is provided for this session and I suggest wearing something comfortable like leggings or joggers and a top.
Come along to the most convenient class for you arriving 10 - 15 minutes before the start time.
Not a beginner then use your taster session for an Intermediate class.
If you have any questions before hand don't hesitate to get in touch.
how to book
Click the button below which will take you to the Class Schedule page.
From here find the class you are interested in and below it you will see a taster session section then you can click on book now and you're all set.
You will receive a confirmation email and if you need to cancel message me and I will rebook your taster session for you.
If the class is full you will be added to the waiting list.
Walmersley Unitarian Church Hall,
The Barlow Institute,
216 Bolton Road,
My beginner level classes are slower paced introducing you to the foundation yoga poses, their alignment and to the breath work. Essential for safely and properly learning the basics. As we move through the theme for the class the focus will be on explaining each pose through step-by-step verbal description and demonstration.
My intermediate classes are the full expression of Vinyasa flow yoga. This is a creative form of yoga where the poses are linked together with the breath in a flowing sequence, so although you may hold poses for more than a few breaths, you’ll move from one pose to the next using the inhalation and exhalation….it’s like a movement meditation.
yoga for Athletes
This Restorative Yoga class will stretch out your ligaments and connective tissue and give you the time to enjoy the rejuvenation and steadiness that takes place as you slow down, move from effort to ease, from noise to silence, from agitation to calm, from complexity to simplicity. Perfect for bringing a balance between strength and flexibility.