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New term starts on Saturday 6th January 2018! You are welcome to get in touch to book/enquire on 07778 865666 or simply come along to the class that suits from the list below. All classes have a friendly and relaxed atmosphere and are suitable for all ages and abilities as it will be adapted to suit. You will need a mat (or borrow one at class), blanket or wrap for relaxation, and water. 






6:45pm - 8pm

10:30am - 12pm

1:30pm - 3pm

9:30am - 10:15am

Yoga Quick Fix

10:30am - 12pm

Askwith Village Hall, LS21 2JB  Yoga to de-stress and relax at the end of the working day. 

Part of the class is held in a beautiful outside space overlooking the valley when weather permits

Room 2, Methodist Church, Walkergate entrance, Otley. General class suitable for all levels and abilities 

Room 2, Methodist Church, Walkergate entrance, Otley. General class suitable for all levels and abilities 

Room 2 Methodist Church Walkergate Entrance, Otley. A short 45 minute class to energise and wake up. This is a slightly faster paced and more physical morning practice for those with less time or who would like a more dynamic flowing practise but still including mindful movement, breath and relaxation (of course!)

Drop-in welcome

Room 2 Methodist Church Walkergate Entrance Otley. A great way to start the weekend in this popular drop-in class for all levels and abilities


Drop-In:         £9
Quick Fix:         £6
Concessions:     £6

5 Class Pass:      £40
10 Class Pass:    £75 

Generally yoga classes run for an hour and a half and follow the following format...

A class begins with a short welcome and a few minutes mindfulness practice (usually lying down) to calm the body, become acquainted with the breath and how you feel in the present moment.

A short 5-10 minutes movement to warm the muscles as well as getting the energy moving in the body
Energy Block Release Sequence
Sequences of movements designed to free blocked energy releasing body through moving major muscle groups and joints with the breath
Posture/Asana Work
Specific yoga postures (called asanas) or sequences (eg sun salutation)
A specific focus on breathing exercises
A guided relaxation or yoga nidra (yogic sleep) to assimilate the movement you've done. Relaxation stimulates the healing processes and reduces stress.
Short Meditation
Often a class completes with a short period of meditation