Join one of our Yoga sessions to meet your needs.


Hatha Instructor Amanda Ling

Hatha Yoga Classes harmonising breath, postural alignment and movement to build strength, improve flexibility and cultivate mindfulness. Each class will focus on working through the classic yoga postures and sequences, focusing on healthy alignment to open, release, build strength and flexibility and introducing Pranayama (breathing techniques) and relaxation to create a better sense of mental clarity and calm.

Vinyasa Flow Classes

These practices are dynamic classes, syncing breath with movement to focus the mind and energise the body. Using ever-changing sequences of poses, Imogen’s classes are the perfect way to extend and deepen your yoga practice. Each session combines flow and strength building while helping you create flexibility in the body before closing with a potent lunar antidote. These mixed level classes are open to anyone, levels will be offered, but it is recommended that you have a basic knowledge of yoga first.

Yin and Meditation Classes

Yin is a slow held practice targeting the deeper connective yin tissues of the body and meridian lines supporting your organ health. These classes combine yin yoga with meditation techniques, they are an opportunity to slow down, dive in and work as a great support to more active practices. These classes are open to anyone, and are suitable for beginners.

Yoga & Yoga Therapy with Imogen North (one to one sessions)

Our instructor is a Yoga Medicine ® trained Therapeutic Specialist and is Certified by Yoga Alliance UK & US and offers 1-2-1 Private Yoga Instruction and Yoga Therapy sessions. Yoga provides the tools for a process of self-investigation and self-development. Many see yoga purely as a system of exercise but the benefits run much deeper than that.

What is Yoga Therapy?

Yoga therapy is the application of yoga practices to help relieve specific symptoms or a health condition that is troubling. In a yoga therapy session instruction focuses on the client’s specific condition and how the yoga techniques can help them feel better or improve their function, rather than on the techniques or methods of a yoga practice.

Yoga therapy aligns the unique health needs of the client with the ancient eastern yoga practices and traditions with modern western medical systems bridging the gap that is often left in modern healthcare. Sessions may include whole body movement, breathing exercises, postures, meditation, relationship building or the promotion of behavioural changes.

Yoga Therapy can be used to support:

Mental health conditions – Stress, Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, Grief, Eating Disorders, Addiction

Physical health conditions – back pain, musculoskeletal problems, post injury recovery, high blood pressure, diabetes, asthma, autoimmune diseases, IBS, obesity, heart disease, insomnia, fatigue, osteoporosis, women’s health: fertility, endometriosis, PCOS, miscarriage, IVF, menopause

Who is it for?

Anyone – all ages and abilities