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.  

Autumn Term Dates

no classes week 16th October - 20th October
term ends Friday 15th December



6.15pm - 7.30pm
Elmslie Hall
16 places available
£6.50 drop in

Please bring cash or card to the class

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



Elmslie Hall
12 places available
£30  for four weeks

Autumn Term begins
19th September 2023

Suitable for all beginners.  Iyengar Yoga will support you at whatever stage you are at.

Everyone welcome



Elgar Room

Class full. To join waiting list please click on link below.  

Autumn Term begins
6th September

Supta Baddhakonasana with Betsy. 

Photo by
kind permission of Pilar Lozanao Galarza 



9AM - 10.30AM
Elgar Room
£12.50  drop in
Includes tea and cake afterwards

Autumn Term begins
2nd November 

Please bring cash or card to the class. 
Before your first class please register, then book each week.



11AM - 12.30PM
Elgar Room
8 places available
£50  for four weeks
Includes homemade soup and bread  afterwards

Yoga can support many situations.  Menopausal symptoms can throw the system out of balance.  The nature of yoga is to balance, so the practice is especially beneficial at this time.

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.