Classes

in and around Malvern

for beginners and experienced practitioners

Currently all classes are held at Elmslie House, 8 Avenue Rd, Malvern WR14 3AG 

Elmslie House has a large hall upstairs and past the front door to the family house, you will find another door around the corner.  Head down the stairs for Elgar Room.

It is easily accessed by public transport and many students choose to come on their bicycles.   

A weekly class forms an important part of our development in our yoga practise.  It supports us as our lives are in continual fluctuation and we can come back each week and refresh ourselves in our studies.  Students are encourage to build a home practise that fits into their lifestyle. Classes are challenging and supportive, working in a progressive manner through the Iyengar Yoga method.  


Spring Term Dates

no classes week 12th February - 16th February
term ends Thursday 28th March

Summer Term Dates
15th - 27th June 

TIMETABLE
Mondays

YOUNG ADULTS

6.20pm - 7.15pm
Elmslie Hall
£6.50 drop in

Join this hardworking fun class and begin your Yoga journey while you are young.

Just turn up.  Bring a mat if you have one.  Some mats are available.

GENERAL
7.30pm - 9pm
Shaw Room
£10/class paid in a block
Drop-in £12.50
Two places available

For beginners and those returning to yoga.  Everyone welcome. 

Wednesdays

INTERMEDIATE

6.30PM-8.30PM
Elgar Room

Class now full


You need to have at least one year of Iyengar Yoga experience and be able to hold shoulder stand for at least 5 minutes

Email me to enquire 

Thursdays

BEGINNERS 
9.15am - 10.30am
Elgar Room
£10/class

Do you want to learn Iyengar Yoga from the beginning?   Iyengar Yoga method is supportive yet offers challenge even at the simplest level.

Come and discover why students love Iyengar Yoga.

GENTLE PACE
10.45-12 noon
Elgar Room
£10/class

Some students need a little more time and adjustment to access Yoga practice.  This class will offer more supportive ways of working. 

Maitri: translated as friendliness.  In our practice, we learn to make friends with our own body by bringing it to life through the many asanas available to us.