• Iyengar Yoga

    Detail, precision and alignment

    Iyengar Yoga

    Welcome to Iyengar Yoga with Indra – every Tuesday from 7.30 to 8.45 pm. Drop in £9, class passes as per our prices page, click here

    Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha yoga that is suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness. It builds strength, stamina and flexibility and places particular focus on detail, precision and alignment, drawing the senses inward and promoting calm in the body and mind.

    Indra is qualified as an Introductory Level 2 Iyengar yoga teacher and has been practising for over 10 years, training under the tutelage of a number of senior teachers. She was initially drawn to the physical aspects of the practice that keep the body healthy and the feeling of wellbeing that remains well after classes have finished. She regularly attends classes with her teacher and workshops when possible, to further her own practice. She gets satisfaction from sharing with students her knowledge of Iyengar yoga and the benefits it can bring.

    In these classes we will be focusing on Iyengar yoga for beginners. They are suitable for all new yoga students or those new to the Iyengar style of yoga. Attending these classes will help you develop flexibility, strength and body awareness, giving you skills to relax the body and mind and enjoy a greater sense of wellbeing.

    “Words cannot convey the value of yoga – it has to be experienced” – B K S Iyengar

    • Indra Gregory

      Indra Gregory

      Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha yoga that is suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness.

      Iyengar Yoga builds strength, stamina and flexibility and places particular focus on detail, precision and alignment, drawing the senses inward and promoting calm in the body and mind.
      Indra is qualified as an Introductory Level 2 Iyengar yoga teacher and has been practising for over 10 years, training under the tutelage of a number of senior teachers. She was initially drawn to the physical aspects of the practice that keep the body healthy and the feeling of wellbeing that remains well after classes have finished. She regularly attends classes with her teacher and workshops when possible, to further her own practice. She gets satisfaction from sharing with students her knowledge of Iyengar yoga and the benefits it can bring.
      Indra offers a class suitable for all (particularly beginners) on Tuesday from 7.30 to 8.45 pm. Drop in £9, class passes also available, more information on prices on our prices page.

  • Kundalini Yoga

    rejuvenating, uplifting and fun!

    Kundalini Yoga

    *NEW* Kundalini Yoga with Salina on Thursday evening from 5th of July 2018 – 7 to 8.30 pm – £9 drop in or a class pass.

    Kundalini is a unique style of yoga combining mostly dynamic or flowing movements, breathing techniques, meditation & some chanting.

    It is excellent for boosting energy & overall health, while giving you space to relax and unwind. It is great for elevating mood and releasing stress. It promotes physical and psychological healing, and helps to cultivate mental clarity and emotional balance.

    Kundalini Yoga is sometimes referred to as the ‘Yoga of Awareness’. It creates space for you to explore your inner world and connect more deeply to your Self.

    Sessions are varied, rejuvenating, uplifting and fun! A different soundtrack each week helps to make the practice even more enjoyable, and supports you in going deeper into meditation as you move through your practice.

    Much of the focus is on the energetic body and on working with the chakras. It can also be physically demanding, but the practice really can meet you where you are – so it is great for advanced yogis and absolute beginners alike.

    • Salina Dutton

      Salina Dutton

      My exploration of yoga began some years ago out of curiosity, and a hope that it could support me in feeling healthier, while giving me a space to pursue my interest in spirituality.

      The journey I embarked on back then has exceeded those expectations so many times over. I continue to be awed by the potential of yoga to simultaneously transform every aspect of life and the Self.

      I feel so inspired by the power of yoga to heal the body and the psyche, and to enable us to release trauma and negative energy from our physical and energetic bodies. My personal practice has previously supported me in recovering from a herniated disc and managing chronic digestive issues, as well as developing greater resilience and an increased capacity to surrender in the face of the ups and downs of life. My experience has taught me how, beyond this, yoga enables us to nurture self-awareness, awaken to our higher selves, and to discover our connection to the Earth and each other.

      I felt especially inspired to teach after discovering Kundalini Yoga several years ago. After only one session, I was hooked! I felt so intensely moved by the practice, and by its unique capacity to elevate the consciousness so quickly and through practices that are accessible to everyone. In 2013, I travelled first to India to undertake Hatha Yoga teacher training, and I completed my Kundalini Yoga teacher training in Arizona later that same year.

      I am currently undertaking training to become a conscious connected breath facilitator, and hope to soon be able to offer this alongside and in combination with yoga. As with Kundalini, I feel excited by how such a simple and accessible practice can create such profound experiences and such deep healing.

      In a yoga class, I love to work with mantra, breath work, meditation and mindfulness, as well as asana and movement – drawing benefit from the many tools that yoga offers us on our path towards growth and discovery. I aspire to create space for others to experience their own personal journey of healing and transformation.

  • Early Morning Hatha Yoga

    the perfect start to the day!

    Early Morning Hatha Yoga

     A traditional Hatha Yoga practice to begin your day in harmony and balance: join Andrew on Tuesday from 8 to 9 am.

    The class is suitable for all  and includes an uplifting practices of yoga postures (asanas), breathing (pranayama) and relaxation.

    Practice yoga in the morning and enjoy the benefits of a calm mind, improved energy and a balanced body for the rest of your day. Yoga is traditionally practiced at dawn to empower the emotional and physical bodies and to live our full potential. No need to book, just drop in.

    Prices: £7 drop in, 10 class pass £69 (valid for 3 months), unlimited 1 month and 3 month passes.

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Slow Flow Yoga

    slow and mindful yoga, a general inclusive practice

    Slow Flow Yoga

    In this class we move slowly and mindfully through a series of breath coordinated postures to balance and rejuvenate the body and mind.

    “Flow” refers to the fact that the breath links the postures to form a continuous flow of movement. The slower pace enables students to explore and refine the postures, ensuring correct alignment, whilst tuning into their breath.

    Movement is balanced with seated meditation and pranayama (breath control) to relax and bring a sense of peace.

    This class is suitable for all. You will be offered different options and encouraged to work to a level that feels right for you.

    • Jenny Bell

      Jenny Bell

      Yoga brings me space, peace and a way to process my emotions. Every time I step onto my mat I’m deeply grateful for its presence in my life.

      I started practicing in 2001, looking for a way to relax and improve body tone and flexibility. It wasn’t until I attended Andrew Wrenn’s class in 2012 that the door opened into a whole new world, rich in traditions, philosophies and practices I’d never even heard of.
      Crucially, the aim of it all was “to still the turnings of the mind”, just what I needed! I was completely fascinated. As I immersed myself in the practices, I found my self-confidence improved dramatically and I was better able to manage the anxiety that had crippled me for years. Yoga soon became a vital part of my daily life.

      In 2015, fuelled by a desire to learn more and some encouragement from Andrew, I decided to study the 18 month teacher training diploma with the highly regarded Yogacampus. During this time I studied Restorative Yoga with the world-renowned Judith Hanson Lasater, meditation with Rolf Sovik, Spiritual Director of the Himalayan Institute and wrote a paper on how Yoga can support an IVF patient. I regularly attend classes and workshops to further my knowledge and deepen my self-practice. It is a privilege to learn from the experience of others and to share my own experiences through teaching.

      I aim to teach in a nurturing way, providing a space for you to experience, explore and re-connect with your mind, body and breath. My hope is that when people leave my class they take a little
      bit of something off their mat and into their daily lives. For me this iswhere the magic happens

  • Yin/Yang Yoga

    strength and flexibility

    Yin/Yang Yoga

    Yin/Yang Yoga on Tuesday from 7.30 to 8.45 pm. This class offers traditional standing postures where muscles are involved, and quiet seated postures where muscles are relaxed, for a calm, and balancing experience.

    Yin, the feminine principle: dark, passive, receptive, reflective, withdrawn, cool, introspective. Yin yoga was developed to penetrate deep into connective tissue expanding flexibility and aiding healing while stimulating the nadis or meridians (energy channels) to loosen energetic blockages and increase energy flow.

    Yang, the masculine principle: light, active, outward and upward moving, hot, extrospective. Yang yoga is the more traditional hatha or ashtanga based asana practice that develops muscular strength, stamina, and flexibility.

    Yin/Yang Yoga is a class that balances traditional Yang yoga practice for the first half of the class – like Sun Salutations, standing postures, inversions, chest openers – with  Yin yoga practices for the second half. This class can provide you with a practice that starts with energizing and uplifting yoga that evolves into a deep, introspective and quiet yoga that leaves you calm, centered, ready to absorb the benefits of a restful and replenishing sleep. A well rounded practice suitable for those with some yoga practice.

    No need to book, just arrive few minutes before the class and fill a registration on your first class at the studio.

    • Francesca Giusti

      Francesca Giusti

      I was born in Italy, and after moving to London in my early 20’s I lived in several countries – including Egypt, Canary Islands and Ireland – before moving to Cheshire (England) in May 2012.

      I trained as a Yoga teacher in 2004 at the Yoga Arts School in Byron Bay, Australia after several years of intense self practice and study of the Ashtanga yoga system Mysore style. I have been teaching Yoga since 2005 first in Italy, then Ireland (where I lived for 12 years). I completed my second teacher training in Ireland in 2007 with a direct student of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller, the original creators of Yoga Works in California. I also became interested in the practice of Iyengar Yoga and I attended regular classes in Ireland and other locations in Europe. I refined my skills to deliver Vinyasa flow classes that are rich with self inquiry and with strong body alignment principles.

      Over the years I have been pursuing my two passions – yoga and travelling, often combining the two. I have been attending yoga events and workshops with renowned teachers in India – where I return regularly to attend a special retreat with my teacher Clive Sheridan – and in UK and Europe. Some of my experiences in India include a month yoga intensive with Yogacharya V. Venkatesha in Mysore, traditional Iyengar Yoga with Sharath Arora in Goa, classical Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh, Satsang and meditation in the Advaita Vedanta tradition in Tiruvannamalai. I trained with Sarah Powers and I enjoy the deep transformative effect of  Yin Yoga: stilling the body to powerfully stimulate the physical and energetic body. I hold a Pregnancy Yoga teacher certificate upon attending a detailed course with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, a highly accomplished yoginis who inspires many all over the world with her books on yoga for women. I also have enjoyed practising with Donna Farhi, after reading and studying many of her books, appreciated her clarity and integrated some of her principles in my practice.

      Very early in my yoga journey I became interested in the transformative aspects of Pranayama and Meditation. My passion for my own yoga journey allows me to integrate my experiences in my own practice before sharing it with my students; I firmly believe in self practice – including daily meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Asana (yoga postures).

      I am an established teacher with the Ekhart Yoga Team where I deliver full online classes. Watch some of my short videos here.

      “[Yoga] is a way to restore our lost wholeness, our integrity as complete human beings, by unifying the personality around a centre that is silent and unbounded.”

  • Mindfulness Meditation

    curiosity, openness and acceptance

    Mindfulness Meditation

    Every Tuesday 6 to 7.15 pm – only £6 drop in – one stamp on your class pass – included in your unlimited class pass.

    This class offers an opportunity to explore a range of mindfulness practices in a friendly, relaxed environment. Mindfulness practice can help to deepen your sense of wellbeing, by helping you to become more present, feel more connected, real and alive in your daily life.

    Mindfulness is a life skill which we can develop through meditation practice. It involves paying attention, moment by moment, on purpose, to the whole of our experience – our physical bodies, our emotions and our thoughts. We can learn to observe ourselves with an attitude of curiosity, openness and acceptance. Mindfulness can help with anxiety and difficult feelings by helping us to feel calmer and kinder to ourselves. By noticing negative thought patterns we learn how to respond to life’s difficulties, rather than simply react. We can feel more balanced and enriched as we notice, rather than take for granted, the simple pleasures of our human lives.

    Mindfulness has come from a Buddhist tradition but the kind I share is secular. Studies show that those who meditate on a regular basis have a greater sense of clarity, well-being and fulfilment. As a result, these benefits can have a positive impact on our relationships. Mindfulness can also help with the management of chronic pain and depression.

    We will learn how to pay attention to our present moment experience, with an attitude of openness and non-judgemental acceptance. By engaging all our senses we can open to our entire experience and begin to really enjoy all the little details of our lives.

     

     

    • Jonathan Davey

      Jonathan Davey

      I started to practice meditation in my mid 20’s – perhaps because it was a “cool” thing to do in those
      days.

      I very soon found that I enjoyed the practice itself as well as really feeling the benefits in terms of clarity and a sense of well being. Over the years I have been involved in demanding work at times and found that the sense of focus given by meditation practice helped me to act without getting caught up too much in the “what if’s” – this helped with stress levels and (hopefully) effectiveness.

      I’ve been helped in my journey by taking part in many courses at Samye Ling – a Buddhist monastery in Scotland and also at a center near to Samye Ling called Chisholme House. Meditation and mindfulness was and is a pillar of practice and life in both places.

      Some 9 years ago Iearned that I had cancer and I am so grateful for the help the meditation and mindful presence gave me at this time. In the last eight years I’ve been taking mindful practitioner and teacher training courses with the Mindfulness association and with the McMillan cancer charity at Blythe House hospice (in Chapel en le Frith) and I’m very glad now to have opportunities to practice and share with others with the emphasis being one of consultation and collaboration between all participants.

  • Yin Yoga and Meditation

    stillness and focus

    Yin Yoga and Meditation

    Yin Yoga and Meditation is on Friday from 5.30 to 6.45 pm – No need to book. Also try our Yin/Yang practice on Tuesday from 7.30 to 9 pm for a delightful strong and still, balanced practice.

    Yin Yoga allows us to ground and to slow down, balancing our busy lifestyle. You will be holding certain sitting postures for a little longer than usual and this will benefit your joints and your inner body. A delightful and calming yoga practice, suitable for all.

    The name “Yin Yoga” refers to a passive practice, where the muscles are not really involved (unlike other traditional forms of yoga). We act on the bones and joints with sitting postures that target the connective tissues of the hips, thighs and lower spinal area. Allowing gentle pressure on bones and joints maintains the health and the longevity of those areas, whilst creating a deep sense of “coming back” to yourself. Yin postures also act on the energy meridian of the body, refreshing and toning up the digestive, excretory, circulatory and respiratory systems. This practice encourages the releasing and letting go and will stimulate a physical, energetic, mental and emotional flexibility.

    It’s the ideal practice to ground ourselves, physically mentally and emotionally. Meditation will follow more effortlessly and it will  be enhanced by the effect of our physical practice.

    All our classes are drop in. You can pay at the door £9 (cash) or join our convenient and flexible class passes – more information here.

     

    • Francesca Giusti

      Francesca Giusti

      I was born in Italy, and after moving to London in my early 20’s I lived in several countries – including Egypt, Canary Islands and Ireland – before moving to Cheshire (England) in May 2012.

      I trained as a Yoga teacher in 2004 at the Yoga Arts School in Byron Bay, Australia after several years of intense self practice and study of the Ashtanga yoga system Mysore style. I have been teaching Yoga since 2005 first in Italy, then Ireland (where I lived for 12 years). I completed my second teacher training in Ireland in 2007 with a direct student of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller, the original creators of Yoga Works in California. I also became interested in the practice of Iyengar Yoga and I attended regular classes in Ireland and other locations in Europe. I refined my skills to deliver Vinyasa flow classes that are rich with self inquiry and with strong body alignment principles.

      Over the years I have been pursuing my two passions – yoga and travelling, often combining the two. I have been attending yoga events and workshops with renowned teachers in India – where I return regularly to attend a special retreat with my teacher Clive Sheridan – and in UK and Europe. Some of my experiences in India include a month yoga intensive with Yogacharya V. Venkatesha in Mysore, traditional Iyengar Yoga with Sharath Arora in Goa, classical Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh, Satsang and meditation in the Advaita Vedanta tradition in Tiruvannamalai. I trained with Sarah Powers and I enjoy the deep transformative effect of  Yin Yoga: stilling the body to powerfully stimulate the physical and energetic body. I hold a Pregnancy Yoga teacher certificate upon attending a detailed course with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, a highly accomplished yoginis who inspires many all over the world with her books on yoga for women. I also have enjoyed practising with Donna Farhi, after reading and studying many of her books, appreciated her clarity and integrated some of her principles in my practice.

      Very early in my yoga journey I became interested in the transformative aspects of Pranayama and Meditation. My passion for my own yoga journey allows me to integrate my experiences in my own practice before sharing it with my students; I firmly believe in self practice – including daily meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Asana (yoga postures).

      I am an established teacher with the Ekhart Yoga Team where I deliver full online classes. Watch some of my short videos here.

      “[Yoga] is a way to restore our lost wholeness, our integrity as complete human beings, by unifying the personality around a centre that is silent and unbounded.”

  • Sunday Mellow Yoga

    energize, recharge and relax.

    Sunday Mellow Yoga

    Sunday Morning Yoga – suitable for all – from 10:30 to 11:45 am – a smooth, mellow flow with a variety of teachers to relax, energise and delight your Sunday!

    No need to book. DROP IN £9, 10 Class pass £70, Unlimited Monthly £62, Unlimited 3 Months £153 – pay at the door, we accept cash or cheques.

    Join Team Pure Yoga for a refreshing, rejuvenating, relaxing and revitalising yoga experience, suitable for all – on a Sunday morning! Treat yourself to some yoga on your morning off, bring your friends/family members and enjoy a special event for you and your loved ones.

    Pure Yoga Team experienced and talented teachers will take this class in rotation, so every week there will be a different teacher and a different experience. We are delighted to be offering Yoga at this very special time on your week, helping you to focus and recharge in preparation for the week ahead.

    Sunday 11th of November: yoga with Ann Flentje

    Sunday 18th of November: Yoga with Sarah Cheetham

    Sunday 25th of November: Yoga with Ali Horton

    Sunday 2nd of December: Yoga with Lois Buxton

    Sunday 9th of December: Yoga with Francesca

    Sunday 16th of December: Yoga with Ali Horton

    Sunday 23rd of December:

    Sunday 30th of December: Yoga with Ann Flentje

    • Pure Yoga Team

      Pure Yoga Team

      Pure Yoga hosts an amazing team of talented Yoga teachers… learn more about them:

      Alison Winn

      I am a busy mum of 2 with an office based day job, and find that I turn to yoga to help keep me grounded and retain a true sense of perspective on life.

      My yoga practice began in 2003, but it was several years before I truly appreciated how much more there was to yoga than a set of postures on the mat! As my interest increased I completed the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation certificate, then qualified as a BWY teacher having trained on the Wirral with Sarah Beck. Today my teaching and learning continues to evolve as I attend other classes, workshops and teacher training events and it is wonderful to be able to share this knowledge and see others develop.

      I love the variety and holistic nature of yoga. The benefits really are all encompassing – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual and it does not matter which direction you approach it from; as yoga is inclusive and everyone can benefit in some way or other. In my early days, I trained professionally as a classical dancer and then taught dance abroad for several years, so I naturally approach my teaching in a creative but sequenced way; drawing mainly on vinyasa and yin yoga styles and often integrating several different elements into class. I provide a strong focus on posture, alignment and breath awareness and encourage students to listen to their body and work to their own ability. I also aim to bring a sense of lightheartedness to the practice, as this is precious time to re-connect with yourself and re-balance the mind and body.

      I look forward to welcoming you to the classes at Pure Yoga.

       

      Gill Slater

      I began my working life as a primary school teacher, teaching in the UK and in Kenya. That was a long time ago and much has happened since then. Some of it by design but much of it was unplanned. It turned out just fine.

      On returning to the UK from Zimbabwe in the mid ’80’s I trained as a counsellor and worked both privately and within the public sector. I worked for several years at MIND as a counsellor and went on to be employed by GMP and St Mary’s Hospital as a Counsellor and Crisis Worker at The St Mary’s Sexual Assault Centre. Alongside my teaching in primary education and counselling I began my training in massage. Massage became my passion and for the past 17 years has been my ‘job’.

      I began as a Remedial Massage Therapist dealing with injuries and general aches and pains. I went on to do Sport’s Massage and then No Hands Massage which prolonged my working life and gave me many tools to work with. On reaching 61 years of age (October 2016) The Universe poked me strongly and, after much deep thought I decided to ‘retire’ from my massage work. However, my knowledge of the body hugely informs how I teach yoga and so nothing is ever wasted.

      Twenty years ago I went to an Iyengar Yoga class and stayed for nine years soaking it all up. Training to teach seemed the perfect next step and so I trained with Brian Cooper in Astanga Yoga. I went on to work with various wonderful teachers including Sandra Sabatini who was a pupil of Vanada Scaravelli and most recently Ana Forrest. I completed my Forrest Foundation Training in 2012 and have taught a small, very dedicated group since then. I currently teach one external class a week and several private sessions and from my Therapy Room at home. Ana Forrest’s training underpins all that I now share with my wonderful yoga folk. It has also been instrumental in healing me physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. The practice is intense but achievable and I, who can no longer take part in an Astanga/Vinyasa practice due to back issues, delight in my Forrest time on the mat.

      Most recently I have returned to my interest in The Feldenkrais Method and Hanna Somatics to broaden my understanding of the body’s capacity to move, heal and feel. Three years ago I completed my Pregnancy Yoga Training with Sally Parkes and along the way I have trained in Reiki to Master Level and Reconnective Healing with Dr Eric Pearl. I am married, very happily to John who is a retired Civil Engineer and we have a gorgeous daughter, Katie. Last year I spent a wonderful two weeks teaching yoga to all who passed by during their stay at the beautiful Londolozi Game Reserve in South Africa. All my teaching skills proved immensely useful as I had a wide variety of people from the total beginner to those who practice daily back home.

       Pippa Francis

      My first experience of yoga was in 2001, when I was pregnant with my first child, (I am now the mother of three boys!) and it was from here that my yoga journey began.

      The way a yoga class left me feeling was a combination of feeling blissful, strong, stretched, more flexible in not just the body but the mind too and ultimately made me feel relaxed. For many years I’d suffered with anxiety and bouts of mild depression and found that yoga helped massively with calming the anxiety and easing some of the discomfort from the battles in my mind. I also struggled with chronic migraine having two or three days free from pain a month but thanks to yoga I now have perhaps one every couple of months.

      For over a decade I have practiced under the guidance of some truly inspirational teachers from different yoga traditions and after at least 10 years of regular practice and workshops I decided that the natural progression for me was to train to teach. I began the BWY Foundation Course with Jackie Quayle which led me to be accepted to study under Sarah Beck for the BWY 500 hour Level 4 teacher training diploma. I spent 3.5 years studying with Sarah which was an amazing experience providing not only an excellent standard of teacher training but in depth teachings of meditation, pranayama and yoga philosophy too.

      My teaching style is constantly evolving but I try to bring to my classes and retreats what can so often be lost in the modern yoga classes today, and combine the asana practice with nuggets of philosophy, pranayama, mediation and mindfulness. I look forward to sharing my love and the benefits of yoga with you.

      Sarah Clayton

      I have been practicing yoga for 23 years. I came to it as a law student to manage the stress of my studies and it has sustained me throughout my “other” job as a lawyer. I qualified with the British wheel of yoga in 2009 having started my studies in 2003 and having 2 babies in-between. I completed the foundation course followed by the full diploma. I have been teaching since 2004 and attend a variety of courses with multiple teachers, which experience I bring with me to my own lessons. My philosophy is “pick and mix”, bringing the best from the different styles I have experienced. My teaching style can be described as “mindful yoga flow”.

      When I’m not practicing law or yoga I have been known to flirt with fell running. I am a busy working mum with my own physical challenges and I get how important yoga is for people like me.
      Simply, teaching yoga is one of the most rewarding things a person can do.

       

  • Beginners Hatha Yoga

    suitable for complete beginners

    Beginners Hatha Yoga

    Hatha Yoga for Beginners is on Tuesday from 6 to 7.15 pm. Other classes suitable for those with limited or no experience are: Traditional Hatha Yoga, Dru Yoga, and Yoga for all. No need to book.

    This class is suitable for every person – regardless of age, shape or fitness level – who would like to start the practice of Yoga. Increased vitality, improved sleeping pattern and a calmer and focused mind are only some of the benefits of  Asana (yoga postures) and Pranayama (breathing).

    We will practice with a deep awareness of our body, mind and breath,  reaching deeper levels of relaxation and well being. This class is also suitable for those who have practice some yoga and would like to refresh their basic knowledge of some of the key principles.

    No need to book, just arrive few minutes before class to fill a registration form on your first visit to the studio. You can pay the single class rate of £9 for your first class/es – in the long term it makes sense to buy a class pass that allows you the flexibility to join any class you like on our timetable. Click here for more information on our prices. Cash, cheques and bank transfer accepted – but no card payment facility at the studio.

    • Ali Horton

      Ali Horton

      I started practicing yoga in the 90s whilst living in Brighton. I was fortunate to work close to a studio called ‘Natural Bodies’ and was able to attend Scaravelli Yoga classes with Gary Carter and Jo Avison regularly. 

      The classes taught me the importance of listening to the body, working with the breath, and keeping the spine healthy by working softly with asana and maintaining a beginners mind. These principles remain central to my practice today.

      Furthermore, those early classes instilled a very keen interest in anatomy and bodywork. Inspired, I went on to study Classical massage, Indian Head massage and Seated Acupressure massage.

      After moving to Manchester in 2003, I continued to attend classes of various yoga styles including Ashtanga, Traditional Hatha, Dru and Yin, as well as practicing yoga at home. It took a little while to find the right class and teacher for me, which turned out to be a local Iyengar class.

      Since having children and returning to work in a primary school, I have come to learn the real value of a yoga practice – enabling me to find space, strength, balance and calm in my day-to-day life.

      Encouraged by my stepmother to train as yoga teacher, I enrolled with Yoga Campus and was part of the first Manchester intake in 2016. I was drawn to the course because of the array of inspirational, authentic teachers and liked that the course was not dedicated to a specific type of yoga – but one which teaches above all an authentic, safe, inclusive, breath-centred and mindful approach to yoga.

      During the course, I was able to deepen my own practice and incorporate both pranayama and meditation under the guidance of the course tutors. I also attended an intensive course in Restorative Yoga with Adelene Cheong.

      In January 2018, I set up a class in Hazel Grove and am now delighted to be part of the Pure Yoga teaching team. I am dedicated to continue my learning and to share a yoga that is simple, safe and suitable for everyone.

  • Vinyasa Flow Yoga

    breath and movement

    Vinyasa Flow Yoga

    Vinyasa Yoga is on Monday and Tuesday morning 10 – 11.15 am; Monday evening 6 to 7.15 pm and Wednesday evening 5.30-6.45 pm. No need to book. Please check on our payment page for costs and payment method: Prices and Gift Vouchers

    A dynamic flowing style of yoga that harmonizes breath & movement, to give strength, grace and freedom. Our classes encourage the body awareness needed for a correct alignment in the Asana practice. This is an effective way to prevent injuries, to improve body performance and to maintain the health and longevity of the body.

    Vinyasa Flow yoga is suitable for everybody – and especially for those who have practiced a little bit of yoga already. For those who are not very used to a physical practice this Yoga class is a fun introduction to develop body awareness and gradually increase fitness level; for those who are already practicing a fair amount of physical activity, it is a wonderful way to balance and develop strength and flexibility.

    In the Vinyasa Flow Yoga classes we also introduce different themes based on principles of alignment. Individual attention is always given and the fairly strong physical nature of the class is balanced with time for sitting still and to connect with the breath, inviting inner awareness. Everybody is invited to practice at their own level, and progressively we introduce more engaging postures and sequences, according to one’s strength and flexibility. No need to book, just arrive few minutes before the class and fill a registration on your first class at the studio.

    • Hazel Littlemore Young

      Hazel Littlemore Young

      Hazel Littlemore Young is passionate about yoga, and the profound effects it creates for physical and emotional wellbeing. Her focus is on a healthy, happy yoga practice for all students.

      Trained in Vinyasa Flow by the renowned Claire Missingham, Hazel is very enthusiastic about delivering engaging, exciting classes. Expect an uplifting practice, filled with strong, flowing sequences, linking movement to breath. Using asana, pranayama and meditation, her classes aim to create a yoga experience that ties together mind, body, and spirit.

      “My first brush with yoga was as a child, when I stumbled across my mum’s ‘70s yoga book filled with shiny leotards and strange-looking poses. I was fascinated… but like the ’70s fashions it featured, it got tucked away and forgotten, until my 20s when I wanted to improve my fitness. I turned to yoga primarily because I thought it would be easier than going to the gym! I was totally unprepared for how transforming yoga could be. Now, yoga is a lifestyle and discipline for me – meaning that when I’m not teaching, I can usually be found reading, researching and learning about yoga, or on the mat – deepening my own practice with a variety of yoga styles and teachers, keeping my teaching relevant, fresh and thoughtful.

      “I invite students to focus on themselves, encouraging them on a journey to find a practice that suits their body, mind and breath, and truly serves them each time they step onto the mat. My aim is to create a space in which students can connect with their true potential, and that everyone leaves class feeling great!”

    • Francesca Giusti

      Francesca Giusti

      I was born in Italy, and after moving to London in my early 20’s I lived in several countries – including Egypt, Canary Islands and Ireland – before moving to Cheshire (England) in May 2012.

      I trained as a Yoga teacher in 2004 at the Yoga Arts School in Byron Bay, Australia after several years of intense self practice and study of the Ashtanga yoga system Mysore style. I have been teaching Yoga since 2005 first in Italy, then Ireland (where I lived for 12 years). I completed my second teacher training in Ireland in 2007 with a direct student of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller, the original creators of Yoga Works in California. I also became interested in the practice of Iyengar Yoga and I attended regular classes in Ireland and other locations in Europe. I refined my skills to deliver Vinyasa flow classes that are rich with self inquiry and with strong body alignment principles.

      Over the years I have been pursuing my two passions – yoga and travelling, often combining the two. I have been attending yoga events and workshops with renowned teachers in India – where I return regularly to attend a special retreat with my teacher Clive Sheridan – and in UK and Europe. Some of my experiences in India include a month yoga intensive with Yogacharya V. Venkatesha in Mysore, traditional Iyengar Yoga with Sharath Arora in Goa, classical Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh, Satsang and meditation in the Advaita Vedanta tradition in Tiruvannamalai. I trained with Sarah Powers and I enjoy the deep transformative effect of  Yin Yoga: stilling the body to powerfully stimulate the physical and energetic body. I hold a Pregnancy Yoga teacher certificate upon attending a detailed course with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, a highly accomplished yoginis who inspires many all over the world with her books on yoga for women. I also have enjoyed practising with Donna Farhi, after reading and studying many of her books, appreciated her clarity and integrated some of her principles in my practice.

      Very early in my yoga journey I became interested in the transformative aspects of Pranayama and Meditation. My passion for my own yoga journey allows me to integrate my experiences in my own practice before sharing it with my students; I firmly believe in self practice – including daily meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Asana (yoga postures).

      I am an established teacher with the Ekhart Yoga Team where I deliver full online classes. Watch some of my short videos here.

      “[Yoga] is a way to restore our lost wholeness, our integrity as complete human beings, by unifying the personality around a centre that is silent and unbounded.”

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Yoga for Sports

    prevent injury and prolong your sport's career

    Yoga for Sports

    Join Andrew on Monday at 7.45 pm. We practice in a warmer room to promote a safe, deep and nurturing workout of all major muscles and joints. This class is includes strong sequences to promote strength and flexibility, suitable for those with an average body awareness.

    Plenty of major sports teams and athletes include Yoga into their pre- and off-season workouts. Many top professional athletes including Ryan Giggs , Phil Neville and tennis player Andy Murray are using Yoga to keep their bodies in a top condition which in turn prolongs their career at the highest level. Most premiership football teams are now using Yoga as a way of helping players recover more quickly from physical damage and also to prevent the risk of long term injury.

    Here’s some of the reasons why sport’s people should practice yoga:

    • Many athletes find yoga helps with rehabilitating the body after an injury.
    • Integrating yoga into athletic training helps athletes lessen their risk of injury and recovery time by gaining strength and flexibility without straining muscles.
    • Yoga relieves muscle tension and loosens joints, hips, hamstrings and shoulders.
    • Athletes who practice yoga gain greater ability to manage their breath — maximizing oxygen intake and lessening loss of energy during endurance training.
    • Yoga helps athletes lower blood pressure, mitigate aches and pains, manage intensity and increase focus, preparing the body’s physical response to challenging situations, as in competitive sports.

     

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Pregnancy Yoga

    making pregnancy easier

    Pregnancy Yoga

    Pregnancy yoga is on Wednesday from 7 to 8.30 pm.

    Prenatal yoga that is intimate, friendly, joyful and supportive for your body/mind/spirit during the most special time in your life. We provide a safe and nurturing environment, helping you to connect with your changing body and to feel calm and grounded. All equipment (yoga bolsters, blankets, chairs, cushions,  blocks etc…) is provided in our beautiful dedicated Yoga Studio.

    We practice effective breathing and relaxation techniques to invite calm, and yoga postures to manage common physical ailments. Yoga in pregnancy is an invaluable tool to connect with your baby and to prepare for their arrival. Here’s some of the benefits:

    • connect with your inner wisdom to build confidence and to support you during labor and birth
    • help to keep the body supple without straining
    • boost energy
    • help to relieve stress and anxiety
    • relax and promote restful sleep
    • help to relieve pain in labor and childbirth
    • help to relieve common minor ailments during pregnancy (e.g. swollen joints, heartburn, constipation)
    • help the expectant mother to bond with the unborn baby through breathing and visualisation techniques.

    Open to all level of pregnancy. Francesca is a qualified Pregnancy Yoga teacher trained at Yoga Campus with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli (www.wombyoga.org) who is a world known pioneer in yoga for women’s health.

    Cost for Pregnancy Yoga: £45 (cash or cheque only please – no card payment facility at the studio) for 6 classes to be taken within 8 weeks. Drop in rate once you have passed your 33rd week: £9 per session.

    • Francesca Giusti

      Francesca Giusti

      I was born in Italy, and after moving to London in my early 20’s I lived in several countries – including Egypt, Canary Islands and Ireland – before moving to Cheshire (England) in May 2012.

      I trained as a Yoga teacher in 2004 at the Yoga Arts School in Byron Bay, Australia after several years of intense self practice and study of the Ashtanga yoga system Mysore style. I have been teaching Yoga since 2005 first in Italy, then Ireland (where I lived for 12 years). I completed my second teacher training in Ireland in 2007 with a direct student of Maty Ezraty and Chuck Miller, the original creators of Yoga Works in California. I also became interested in the practice of Iyengar Yoga and I attended regular classes in Ireland and other locations in Europe. I refined my skills to deliver Vinyasa flow classes that are rich with self inquiry and with strong body alignment principles.

      Over the years I have been pursuing my two passions – yoga and travelling, often combining the two. I have been attending yoga events and workshops with renowned teachers in India – where I return regularly to attend a special retreat with my teacher Clive Sheridan – and in UK and Europe. Some of my experiences in India include a month yoga intensive with Yogacharya V. Venkatesha in Mysore, traditional Iyengar Yoga with Sharath Arora in Goa, classical Hatha Yoga in Rishikesh, Satsang and meditation in the Advaita Vedanta tradition in Tiruvannamalai. I trained with Sarah Powers and I enjoy the deep transformative effect of  Yin Yoga: stilling the body to powerfully stimulate the physical and energetic body. I hold a Pregnancy Yoga teacher certificate upon attending a detailed course with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, a highly accomplished yoginis who inspires many all over the world with her books on yoga for women. I also have enjoyed practising with Donna Farhi, after reading and studying many of her books, appreciated her clarity and integrated some of her principles in my practice.

      Very early in my yoga journey I became interested in the transformative aspects of Pranayama and Meditation. My passion for my own yoga journey allows me to integrate my experiences in my own practice before sharing it with my students; I firmly believe in self practice – including daily meditation, Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Asana (yoga postures).

      I am an established teacher with the Ekhart Yoga Team where I deliver full online classes. Watch some of my short videos here.

      “[Yoga] is a way to restore our lost wholeness, our integrity as complete human beings, by unifying the personality around a centre that is silent and unbounded.”

  • Dru Yoga

    very gentle yoga for all

    Dru Yoga

    Dru Yoga suitable for all, including beginners and the over 50’s,  is on Tuesday and Thursday morning from 10 to 11.30 am – one and half hour to enjoy a longer relaxation!

    Dru yoga can be practised by people of all fitness levels and abilities (including those with arthritic or rheumatic joints or joint replacements). The use of modifications and visualisation means everyone can experience the benefits of this gentle, yet dynamic approach to yoga.

    It is an empowering, holistic and balancing approach to health, vitality and well being. Dru yoga is unique in its use of Energy Block Release Sequences, which are easily practiced flowing yoga movements that help to release tension – physically, mentally and emotionally. Joints are kept relaxed and soft during movements (as in Tai Chi), creating flexibility and free flow of subtle energy.

    A typical class consists of :

    Activations to warm and prepare the muscles
    Energy Block Release
    Classic yoga asana or sequence
    Pranayama
    Deep Relaxation: a guided relaxation session

    No need to book, arrive at the studio few minutes before the class and fill a registration form.

    • Ann Flentje

      Ann Flentje

      Yoga keeps me calm, balanced and happy, it completes my day.

      Although I had attended various yoga classes throughout my life I had not attended one for several years. After years of bouts of clinical depression I started to attend a Dru yoga class and soon felt the benefits not only physically, but on a deeper emotional level.

      After attending several workshops and retreats I felt drawn to learning more and applied to undertake my teacher training as my own personal journey. As I learnt more, this changed to a feeling of wanting to share this yoga with others. I have been teaching a class for Activity in Retirement for 3 years and taught for Age UK for 1 year. I also completed my teacher training in meditation.

      I attend Pure Yoga classes and workshops as Yoga for me is a continuous journey, every class or workshop you attend deepens your knowledge and personal practice bringing you back to the still point within.

      Yoga keeps me calm, balanced and happy, it completes my day.

  • Hatha Yoga – Intermediate

    explore your boundaries

    Hatha Yoga – Intermediate

    Join Andrew with this intermediate practice, including arm balances, inversions and pranayama for those who look for an extra depth in their practice.

    A class for those looking for a deeper practice, suitable for those with some experience in yoga. We practice inversions and several more engaging postures, experiencing the connection between body/mind/breath. Hatha yoga is a physical and spiritual discipline which aims to bring the mind and body into perfect balance. Along with the practice of postures (asanas) we also practice breathing (pranayama); practicing hatha yoga will help clear the mind and channel all emotions, enabling you to dispel stress and anxiety as you tone and strengthen the body.

    Practitioners experience increased vitality, better breathing pattern, more energy and peace of mind.  Hatha Yoga is the perfect antidote to daily stress and modern life’s demanding rhythms…

    Every Thursday at 7 pm. No need to book – drop in rate £9 or join our flexible class pass scheme.

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Traditional Hatha Yoga

    energy, peace and vitality

    Traditional Hatha Yoga

    Hatha Yoga with Andrew is on Monday at 6 pm and Wednesday  at 7 pm. The class is suitable for all, including those with limited experience. No need to book.

    Traditional Hatha yoga is a physical and spiritual discipline which aims to bring the mind and body into perfect balance. This class is suitable for all, including those with no experience. It focuses mainly on the practice of postures (asanas) and breathing (pranayama); practicing hatha yoga will help clear the mind and channel all emotions, enabling you to dispel stress and anxiety as you tone and strengthen the body.

    Practitioners experience increased vitality, better breathing pattern, more energy and peace of mind.  Hatha Yoga is the perfect antidote to daily stress and modern life’s demanding rhythms. Friday evening Hatha Yoga has a special theme focused on more meditative practices, including some formal sitting meditation and some deeper breathing techniques.

    No need to book, just arrive few minutes before the class and fill a registration on your first visit at the studio.

     

     

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Hatha Yoga for All

    mobility, flexibility and circulation

    Hatha Yoga for All

    Our delightful and gentle Yoga class suitable for all, a general Hatha yoga practice to delight and balance body, mind and soul: 10 am on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 7.45 pm on Monday.

    Gain awareness and confidence in your body, improve mobility, flexibility and circulation. A gentle approach to classical Asanas (postures) with and emphasis on the correct breathing and the connection between the body and the mind, in this relaxing and unwinding class we will guide you through a journey into stillness.

    Yoga for All is suitable for beginners and experienced, for all ages (from young to later on in life), for those who are recovering and need a gentler approach to physical activity and for those who simply want to unwind and enjoy a peaceful and grounding practice. No need to book, just arrive few minutes before the class and fill a registration on your first class at the studio.

  • Relax and Restore Yoga

    relax and renew

    Relax and Restore Yoga

    Balance your energy and deeply rest body and mind with our weekly class on Thursday from 5.45 to 6.45 pm.

    Specific restorative poses which are passive, designed to adjust the nervous system and rest the adrenal glands, enabling the body to move towards balance. In our fully equipped studio we use several props such as cushions, bolsters, blankets and blocks to support the body allowing the nervous system to experience a deep rest.

    The aim of restorative yoga is to relax and renew helping to trigger the Parasympathetic nervous system (PNS). The PNS is responsible for balancing the body and brining its response system back into equilibrium. Stimulating the PNS helps to lower heart rate and blood pressure; it helps to healthily stimulate the immune system and keep the endocrine system operating funcionally. When this system gets out of balance, or when the Sympathetic nervous system (SNS) gets over stimulated, the PNS helps to bring all back in balance. Forms of relaxation, such and Yoga and Meditation that help to stimulate the PNS are generally beneficial for overall body health.

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk

       

  • Yoga Slings

    upside down with ease and fun

    Yoga Slings

    Next Yoga slings session on Wednesday 21st of November 2018 from 5.30 to 6.30 pm

    *Contact us to book your session, phone 07909 144 414  or email [email protected]* Full payment required to secure your booking

    We are proud to be one of the very few places to offer YOGA SLINGS in the North of England! Be upside down with confidence and ease, and have fun along the way. A unique opportunity to practice yoga without the pull of gravity – some of the benefits of practising with slings:

    • build up core strength
    • release stress from the joints
    • lengthen and ease the spine
    • be upside down without adding stress on the neck and shoulders area
    • deeply relax

    010Andrew will guide you safely and easily into a yoga sequence that will be based on the use of the sling and will include inverted postures, chest opening, strength building and also a gorgeous “suspended” long relaxation. This class is suitable for those who have practiced some yoga.

    £12 for drop in session – Unlimited class pass holders £ 9  – 10 class pass holders £5 (plus a stamp on their card).

    Bookings for private groups also being taken, inquiries are welcome.

     

     

    • Andrew Wrenn

      Andrew Wrenn

      I’m a British Wheel of Yoga trained Teacher with influences from classical and more contemporary Hatha Yoga traditions. I share my practice as a fusion of breath coordinated movements and classical postures which promote strength, flexibility and balance, culminating in a practice adaptable to all abilities.

      Having a background based in biology and an interest in different philosophical systems I discovered the benefits of Yogic practice in my late 20’s. As a life-long asthmatic I turned to the yogic breathing techniques when my doctor prescribed stronger medication for the condition. Instead of increasing the medication I am now almost totally free from the symptoms and medication.

      Since the late 90’s I have maintained a daily practice which has had a profoundly positive effect upon my physical and mental well-being. I am continuing to develop my practice and understanding of the principles and philosophy of yoga by exploring different approaches and attending retreats lead by international teacher Clive Sheridan.

      I have taught and led retreats in Europe, Middle East and India. My wish is to pass on my experience and understanding of yoga instructively, yet also with delight and passion.

      I teach regularly on the leading European Yoga website Ekhart Yoga– watch my tutorials here.

      Check my new website at Yogawithandrew.co.uk