Yoga is an ancient science, developed thousands of years ago, but no more relevant than in today’s modern life.


The word YOGA comes from Sanskrit root YUG, and translates as UNION. The aim of a yoga practice is to unite Mind and Body and Spirit, to create balance and a sense of contentment (Santosha)


The methodology behind Yoga can become a way of life which may occur for anybody interested in self-development and self-healing. It is a combination of physical and mental exercises linked in with correct breathing thus promoting flexibility and increasing stamina and strength within the body.


Yoga can be the way forward to a healthy mental attitude in a busy, stressful world.


Yoga helps you to take charge of your own health


This ancient system of gentle, graceful exercise helps regulate metabolism, balances the hormonal system, raises energy levels and focuses the mind


Yoga is a holistic approach which works to integrate mind, body and spirit


Yoga is performed with bodily weaknesses in mind as postures are taught with modifications – you work to your own level and capability


Learn the benefits of helpful breathing techniques to see immediate improvement in how you feel and operate within your everyday life: making friends with our breath acts as a natural balancer for the nervous system


Feel how you are able to ‘let go’ and re-learn the art of being able to relax


Mobilising, an important part of yoga, helps boost joint movement, energy and circulation within the body

Yoga is not just about time on the mat, moving, stretching and relaxing; Yoga is a lifestyle. The lessons you learn on the mat, in a yoga class, settle like seeds in to the heart of your soul, and changes occur on a deep level- physical, mental and emotional changes, that bring resilience, patience, joy and contentment.

But don't just take my word for it, try it and see for yourself!