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Yoga Classes In Salisbury By Certified Yoga Instructor


                    What to expect and where to expect them.

To get truly exceptional benefits (and the most enjoyment) from your class, I recommend finding the right style and time for you. Discover the Yoga I offer below.

Private tuition

Private Yoga tuition for individuals & small groups in the privacy and convenience of your own home.

Tailored to you - for every body is unique - we'll work together to deepen your understanding of the practice. To arm you with the knowledge to become more confident on and off the mat.

Don't be under the illusion that because your postures don't look like the adverts, yoga is out of your reach. Our practice is to utilise our hardware - of all variations, mobilities and proportions - to ground our sense of being. 

Price is dependant on area. Please contact for information and availability.

Yoga Classes In Salisbury By Certified Yoga Instructor
Classes: Private Tuition

New - Men's Yoga

This is a safe space for the men. There's no requirement to already be flexible and fit - here is a class designed for all fitness levels.

Drawing on experience over the years dealing with the unique challenges faced by male yogis, it is my intention to break the stereotype that yoga is a feminine practice; the benefits are for all.


From improved flexibility and strength to stress relief and mental clarity. Join us in this supportive environment to explore your physical and emotional limits, while enhancing your overall well-being. Whether you're an athlete, desk worker, or simply looking to improve your health, Men's Yoga is the perfect place to start.

Mondays 19:00 - 20:30

The Radnor Hall, SP5 4EQ


Yoga Classes In Salisbury By Certified Yoga Instructor
Classes: Men's Yoga


‘Vinyasa’ translates to ‘flow’. The breath facilitating the movement. In Vinyasa yoga classes, you will be guided through a variety of postures that incorporate the power of breath. Inhale and exhale as you transition from one posture to the next without interruption.

Drawing inspiration from Tripsichore, Ashtanga & Rocket, this continuous flow can be a challenge for beginners but it’s perfect if you’re looking for a chance to develop. If you’re new to yoga, I suggest trying a few Slow Flow classes before Vinyasa to get to know the essential postures. 

Variations are sprinkled throughout the class allowing numerous levels of ability to be accommodated, whilst also allowing the student to deepen and progress their practice as they become more proficient. New postures are often broken down into bite-size pieces enabling the student to work and progress within their own capabilities.

Tuesdays 17:15 - 18:00, 18:15 - 19:00

Salisbury District Hospital, SP2 8BJ


Yoga Classes In Salisbury By Certified Yoga Instructor
Classes: Vinyasa
Yoga Classes In Salisbury By Certified Yoga Instructor

Book a yoga class.

Hopefully you've found something that's right for you? If you're still unsure of which class most suits you, please reach out to me. I'll be happy to answer any questions you may have.


I don't want to feel left behind. Should I join a class when I'm fitter/have yoga experience?

Definitely not. I totally understand that attending a class can be an intimidating prospect to some, and I strive to empower each individual on their well-being journey. Nobody gets left behind. I'm building a community where all levels of fitness are welcome.

I'm not flexible though.

There's a common belief here in the west that the peak of Yoga is being able to contort your body into challenging poses. A view only for the physical aspect of practice, with a destination pose in mind. By that token, all the top yogis and those who practice yoga would be limited to... contortionists. 

My friend, yoga is a practice. A journey, and we all start at different points, with different cards to play. But all is valid. The practice, sure, gets you moving. And moving has its health benfits - NCBI 2011 - but we're using the body as a vehicle toward a greater quality of life. A journey of self-learning, observation and of course, movement. Flexible or no, you're good enough to practice.

What should I bring to class?

Please bring a yoga mat if you have one and any other equipment you'd like; blocks, bricks, strap etc. I have a few spares available to borrow on a first-come first-serve basis.

Bring some water with you to stay hydrated throughout class.

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move and stretch in.  Bring something to keep you warm when you slow down in relaxation. We practice barefoot, shoes can be left by the exit.

In Yoga we spend some time upside down so I recommend fitted clothing to avoid loose clothing falling down or get in the way. 

Can I eat before class?

I recommend that you leave at least two hours between a main meal and attending class. Digestion of food requires energy and when you do yoga straight after a meal, your energy goes to the muscles you’re exercising and the body can’t digest the food properly.

If you’re hungry before class, try keep it light - a banana for example.

It's my first class. What do I need to do?

Make note of the location of the class you've booked, and give yourself plenty of time to arrive so you can relax before class begins. Arriving 10 minutes before for example is perfect.

If you've booked online, then you've completed a registration form. This informs me of any health conditions or injuries you may have & enables me to advise you of any modifications to ensure your practice is both safe and enjoyable.

Can I do yoga whilst pregnant?

Please note that these classes are unsuitable during pregnancy. Please contact me for advice in this area.

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