Ashtanga Yoga

Ashtanga Self Practice

Self Practice is currently suspended.

Tuesday and Fridays: 7:00-8:30am and Sundays: 7:00-10:00am.

Ashtanga Practice is throughout the year except bank holidays or snow days.

This class is for committed, dedicated students. All students must sign up for a regular monthly plan and beginners must first attend either one of my termly Beginners Courses, Gina’s evening beginners classes at GinaYoga or an equivalent else where. Please message or email me if you’re unsure.

Monthly plans:

Once a week £35, twice a week £55 and unlimited £70, practice can be arranged Wednesday and Thursdays mornings too.

Trial sessions free.

Anyone experiencing financial difficulties please email me and we can work something out. Plans are set up on an honour system. Once your price is agreed I will honour that agreement regardless if my prices go up. It is left at the students discretion to increase. All payments are due on the first working day of each month.

Students already familiar with the ashtanga practice, who are wanting to come for a trial session are more than welcome, please note you will not be adjusted. I like to watch a students practice a few times before getting too involved. I will ‘shake you out’ in savasana if you want though.

Any questions please feel free to email at

Sunday Morning Self Practice

Ashtanga Beginners Course

Tuesday 25th February till Tuesday 31st March.

The aim of this class is to give students the confidence to self practice without the worry of having to. The class is gently led using the ashtanga sequence as an inspiration. This session will be a regular termly class and can be started anywhere in the term providing there are spaces.

Ashtanga Beginners Courses One 2 One

13 Lessons to be arranged over three months. These lessons are structured by content rather time. The first few classes will last under an hour and each class will slowly increase in time with the last few classes lasting over an hour. 

Sunday Morning Self Practice

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