London, Big Wheel Studio, 26 Exmouth Market Centre, EC1R 4QE   - Ash: 07773 77 66 17
Tuesday 7:00pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga  (Ash 07773 77 66 17)
  8:15pm* Hatha Yoga  (Ash 07773 77 66 17)
Drop in class - 10
6 drop in classes valid for 6 weeks - 45
* Please book in advance
Ashyoga Students - £30 + Expenses
Others - £40 + Expenses
Mats and props provided. If you require any further information, please check website or contact me on 07505081457.
Eton, Baldwin Institue Hall, Eton Square, SL4 6BQ   - Ash: 07773 77 66 17
Monday 8:00pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga  (Ash 07773 776617)
Tuesday 1:00pm* Hatha Yoga  (Ellen 07736 101610)
Wednesday 7:30pm* Feldenkrais  (Ellen 07736 101610)
Thursday 8:00pm* Power Yoga  (Sara 07449 484084)
Friday 9:30am* Power Yoga  (Sara 07449 484084)
Drop in class - 10
6 classes valid for 6 weeks - 45
* Please book in advance
Old Windsor, St.Luke's Road, Old Windosor Club, SL4 2BQ   - Gill: 07887 888 714
Tuesday 10:00am Gentle Yoga
Drop in class - 5
Maidenhead, Cox Green Community Centre, Highfield Lane, SL6 3AX   - Kerry: 07766 221 157
Wednesday 9:30am Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Thursday 7:00pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Drop in class - 10
6 Classes, paid in advance - 48
Hayes, Grosvenor Avenue, UB4 8NN - Ash: 07773 77 66 17
Wednesday 12:30am* Dynamic Yoga
Sunday 7:00pm* Kundalini Yoga
1-2 Students - £15
3-4 Students - £10
The Vestry, Richmond Hill, St Matthias Church, Church Rd - Noreen: 07817 864636
Monday 7:30pm Hatha Yoga
Wednesday 9:30am Hatha Yoga
Thursday 7:30pm Vinyasa Flow Yoga
£10 for a drop in class
£50 for 6 classes (to be used within 8 weeks)

*   Book in advance, separate charge for these classes, not covered by advance payment

** Ashtanga self practice or 6 weeks beginners Ashtanga course


Class prices vary acording to location.


ashyoga Students - £30 + expenses*

Others - £40 + expenses*

24 hour cancellation notice required

*Hall hire charges + travel


Ashtanga (Self Practice)

This is the traditional form of Ashtanga Yoga as taught Sri K. Pattabhi Jois in Mysore, India. Self practice classes are suitable for students of all levels including complete beginners. Some people describe it as being 'a private session in a group environment’. The self practice session allows the student to work at their own pace whilst receiving individual physical adjustments.

Hatha Yoga

The Hatha Yoga class comprises of diverse physical postures, energizing breathing techniques and concludes with a deeply relaxing and meditative sequence. It is a slower-paced Yoga form which promotes strength and flexibility.  
Our teachers have studied a variety of styles of yoga, and have created their own distinctive practices, drawing on the wide diversity of the classical yoga tradition. This provides a class to suit a range of yoga styles to meet student's needs and abilities.

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a combination of Hatha Yoga styles including ANUSARA, ASHTANGA, KUNDALINI, and POWER Yoga.

Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement.” In other words, you move from one pose to the next as you inhale or exhale. This technique is mediation in motion because of the smooth way the poses run together and become like a dance.

There is no single philosophy, rulebook, or sequence you must follow, so there is a lot of room for individual personalities to develop. If you enjoy keeping things a little loose and unpredictable, and like to move, Vinyasa Flow Yoga is probably right for you.

Ashtanga Yoga

A powerful and dynamic style of yoga developed by Sri K Pattabhi Jois, in which a set series of postures (The Primary Series) are linked dynamically to the breath in a flow of movement, increasing strength and flexibility. When the set sequence of postures becomes familiar, the mind relaxes and the practice can become deep and meditative, yet still dynamic.

Dynamic Yoga

Often based on the traditional Ashtanga system, our dynamic yoga classes also link postures with the breath in a powerful, flowing style, but do not necessarily follow the traditional Ashtanga series of postures.

Anusara Yoga

Anusara Yoga blends Universal Principles of Alignment (grounded bio-mechanics), body awareness and dynamic poses with the deeper philosophy and meaning behind yoga, helping students to connect with their hearts. Its foundation in the Tantric philosophy of 'intrinsic goodness' confers a unique and uplifting quality, giving rise to classes that are upbeat, fun and offer students a chance to learn the asanas (poses) fully. Classes will mix detailed alignment with flowing vinyasas.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is the adaptation of yoga practices for people with health problems. It can aid in the alleviation of low back pain, hypertension, asthma, diabetes, digestive problems, cancer, MS, ME, migraine, RSI, insomnia, depression, stress, etc.

Yoga therapy uses gentle postures, breathing exercises, relaxation techniques and meditation to help restore body/mind balance and promote natural healing. It is suitable for all ages and all levels of fitness and flexibility. It empowers you to look after your own health.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline for developing strength, awareness, character, and consciousness. Practitioners call Kundalini yoga, the yoga of awareness because they claim it expands sensory sensitivity, enhances intuition, and merges individual consciousness with the infinite consciousness of God. Considered an advanced form of yoga and meditation, its goal is to cultivate and harness the unlimited creative and spiritual potential that exists within every human being.

The practice of Kundalini yoga is a system of techniques including asanas, or postures, expressive movements, chants, meditation and specialized breathing. Kundalini yoga focuses on pranotthana, which is Sanskrit for "intensified, uplifted life energy."

Kundalini is a Sanskrit word meaning "coiled up" and symbolizes energy that without practice lies dormant. Kundalini yoga concentrates on activating this energy through the stimulation of the seven major chakras, or the centres of consciousness, beginning with the chakra at the base of the spine, working up, through dedicated practice eventually reaching the chakra at the cerebral cortex.

Gentle Yoga

This is gentle but effective yoga postures combined with breathing practices. This is mindful practice is self-nurturing, allowing space and time to deeply restore and heal from daily stress (of physical, mental and emotional). Suitable for any age and experience especially those recovering from illness or injury.

Yoga can work for many different types of bodies, many different stages in life, and for each person's many different moods. While for some a Power Yoga class may seem like the way to go, for others a gentle restorative or Yin Yoga class may be optimal. For some people their needs change daily. However, the restorative effects of yoga should never be over-looked, no matter what age, and sometimes slowing down the practice, going deeper in poses, and just feeling the restorative power of them does wonders for the body.

Gentle Yoga focuses on relaxing the body in restful postures. Note that 'rest' is different than sleep. Rest provides the body an opportunity to renew and heal. Countless studies have proven the physical and emotional benefits of this.


Family Yoga

You'll strengthen family bonds with a yoga practice that's specially designed for the entire family to benefit from and enjoy. From a fun series of poses that build communication skills, confidence, and trust to a sitting relaxation that unites the family in silence together.


Pilates Matwork classes incorporate the fundamental Pilates movements and exercises designed to increase core strength and flexibility whilst improving posture and balance. Focus is put on developing spinal and pelvic alignment, breathing, concentration and control. Pilates trains the core muscles to become stronger and to work efficiently with the smaller, superficial, muscles in the body. Feel better, more relaxed and in tune with your body'

Power Yoga

Power yoga is a general term used to describe a vigorous, fitness-based approach to Vinyasa Flow Yoga. This style of practice is based on the Ashtanga Yoga, unlike Ashtanga Yoga, power yoga does not follow a set series of poses, with its emphasis on strength and flexibility.



Feldenkrais is a unique and practical way to realise our potential more fully. It is an educational method focusing on learning and movement, which can bring about improved movement and enhanced functioning. It is named after its originator, Moshe Feldenkrais (1904-1984), an engineer and physicist as well as a Judo teacher.


Hatha Yoga

Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Ashtanga Yoga

Dynamic Yoga

Anusura Yoga

Yoga Therapy

Gentle Yoga

Chair Yoga

Kundalina Yoga