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Yoga classes

I teach in Abingdon and Oxford. On Mondays, I offer classes in Abingdon at 12pm and 7.30pm.

On Tuesdays, I offer a class to Oxford University staff at 6pm.

On Wednesdays, I offer two classes at 5.15 and 7.3pm.

See the classes page for more details. Please email if you would like to know more, or call 0771 520 7784

 Timetable of classes

My philosophy is you don't need to be bendy to do yoga! In fact, quite the opposite, it's the stiff and creaky among us who stand to benefit the most. I strongly believe that yoga should be for everyone, of all ages and all levels of fitness. I teach in a gentle hatha style that is ideal for beginners, sports people with tight muscles, and older students, as well as more experienced students seeking a deeper practice. It's never too late to start  Read more about yoga here.

You are welcome to join any of my classes on a drop-in basis, but it is always helpful to drop me an email beforehand. Drop in costs  £10, but I usually offer a 'pass' which works out at around £8 per class, bookable in advance.

See below for my latest weekly class blog

  • Pose of the month - Dancer

    Many yoga poses are difficult to do, such as dancer’s pose which we practised this week. While standing on one leg, you have to reach back to hold the foot out behind you, pushing into this back foot to arch graceful forward.   But it really doesn’t matter in the...

  • Put a spring in your step

    It’s a time of rapid change when almost overnight we seem to move from winter to spring. We’re reflecting that in our practice in our three classes leading up to the March 21 Equinox, when the day becomes equal in length to the night. We started with sun salutations to...

  • How to keep your sacrum happy

        The sacrum is located at the base of your spine and consists of five vertebrae that are fused together to form a bone about the size of a hand. It fits snuggly between the two sides of your pelvis and is connected to them via the sacroiliac joints....

  • A hip opening sequence

    The hip is a ball and socket joint, allowing us to move the leg freely in all directions. It needs to do many things, keeping the body stable and strong when walking and running, at the same time being flexible enough to allow us to sit down on the floor...

  • How pigeon pose helped my hip pain

    For a couple of months, I’d been mildly troubled by a low level ache in my left hip that  only comes on at night. Even six weeks in the heat of India recently didn’t seem to make the difference I’d hoped. When I came home to this winter’s freezing temperatures,...