Beginners and new starters always welcome
Call or text us on 07935 22 12 13
About our Yoga classes
Our Cheltenham, Charlton Kings and Bishops Cleeve Yoga classes offer students exercises to build flexibility and strength in the body, develop their breath awareness and promote relaxation. We deliberately keep our classes smaller so that we can give more individual attention to our students. We prefer to teach this way and our students tell us that they feel the benefits of this approach in their practice too.
Our group Yoga classes are suitable for all levels of experience and you will always be encouraged to work in a way that is right for you and your body. We can accommodate most conditions and levels of fitness so please ask if you're not sure. In Yoga, increased flexibility is a great side effect but not a pre-requisite!
For students who are unable to attend a regular Yoga class or who are looking to deepen their practice or work on specific issues, there is also the option of one to one or private group Yoga classes.
All our Yoga classes can be purchased in advance.
Classes cost £105 per fixed term of 12 classes and guarantee you a space in the yoga class of your choice for that term. Unused classes cannot be carried over between classes but you may be able to make up missed classes at another of our classes during the same term (please talk to us beforehand if you would like to take advantage of this option). We also offer spaces in future terms to our current students first.
The drop in rate for classes is £11. If you would like to drop in please let us know beforehand so we can make sure that there is a space available for you in the yoga class of your choice.
Please email email@example.com or call 07935 22 12 13 for more details on our yoga classes or to register your interest.
Frequently asked questions
What should I wear to a Yoga class?
Wear clothing that you find comfortable to move in and allows you to stretch. Layers can be helpful so that you can remove them as you warm up through the practice.
Most of the Yoga practice takes place in bare feet but a pair of socks can be useful if you tend to chill down during the relaxation session.
What do I need to bring?
Yoga is usually practiced on non-slip mats. If you don't have your own yet, we do have some spares available. However most people prefer to bring their own. If you would like to purchase a mat we do have a selection available.
You may also want to bring a blanket for use during the relaxation session or to provide additional padding during the practice.
What if I have a medical condition or injury?
Be sure to tell your teacher if you have a medical condition or an existing injury before you start your yoga class. You will still be made very welcome and will be able to join the class. Even better, your teacher will be able to adapt the practice that is offered to suit your personal needs. No problem, no stress!
It is not advisable to exercise for at least 2 hours after you have eaten.