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Yoga Classes, Northampton and Olney 

Gentle Yoga for Beginners and Returners in Northampton 

Wootton NN4 6ED

Grange Park NN4 5FZ 

Weekly class is especially for anyone new to yoga or returning to yoga.

A gentle and mindful class with a focus on body alignment, balance and development of strength. 

Wootton Community Centre, Curtlee Road, NN4 6ED, Thursdays 9.15 - 10.15am

Grange Park Community Centre, School Lane, NN4 5FZ, Tuesdays 2.00 - 3.00pm  

Chair Yoga in Northampton

Wootton NN4 6ED

Gentle seated yoga, with some standing yoga, using the chair to assist balance. 

  • movement to help you improve your strength, posture, and flexibility

  • tuning in to your breathing and relaxation 

Wootton Community Centre, Curtlee Road, NN4 6ED, Mondays 11.00 - 11.45 a.m


Gentle Yoga for Beginners and Returners to Yoga, Olney MK46 4EF

Monday evening yoga  class, giving you a calm and mindful practice. You enjoy poses that build posture, balance and strength. You feel you have eased your body and mind.   

Olney Community Centre, High Street, Olney, MK46 4EF,


5.00pm - 6.00pm 

6.30pm - 7.30pm  in-person and online 

Gentle Yoga for Beginners and Returners to Yoga online via Zoom 

Mondays 6.30 - 7.30pm

Wednesdays 8.30am - 9.30am 

My teaching is primarily based upon Hatha yoga and includes Somatic Movement;  nurturing strength, balance, flexibility and mindfulness. Classes start with time to centre and to use gentle movement to warm muscles. I then guide you, using cues and demonstration, to find alignment in postures and awareness of your breath. A short relaxation completes your yoga class. 

My group or individual sessions of Yoga Nidra / Deep Relaxation provide a deeply restful experience, allowing your nervous system, mind and body to repair and reenergise. 

My teaching of Yin Yoga provides a quiet, rejuvenating practice. You settle into passive postures that are therapeutic, supporting the health of deeper tissues, tendons and ligaments. It benefits your range of movement and flexibility and improves blood circulation. 

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