Yoga Over 45
It's true, there are some vigorous yoga classes, but experienced yoga therapists often find that people with no experience in yoga make quicker progress than those with years of experience. Yoga is
Elements Dance & Yoga
Join the wonderful world of Yoga and find some rest and relaxation as well as wonderful postures to stretch and strengthen the body and mind. Beginners aways welcome, please message us for any further
Mind Body & Spirit
My name is Michelle Griffiths, I have been an avid Yogie since I was five and in my early teens, began Pilates to deal with the fact that I was born with twisted lower limbs. After years spent in &
YOGA For You
Yoga for you gives you the chance to come to class and commit to looking after yourself better physically, mentally and emotionally. Bringing an enhanced feeling of positive health, strength and
Yoga In York
I used to have real pain after long car journeys. I would get out and be hobbling. I have done loads of car journeys now and it has been fine, so it really has made the difference. It does help me and
Stables Yoga Centre
We are tucked away behind the Bishopthorpe Road shops, just off Scarcroft Rd. Turn down Scarcroft Rd at the traffic light junction with Bishopthorpe Rd, take the first left up Nunmill St, and turn
Sonia Perry
Classes help you get in touch with your true nature. You can be happy with who you are rather than who you think you should be. And when you are in tune with yourself you will find it easier to make
Baby Massage & Baby YOGA
My name is Anne-Marie Barnes, I teach Baby Massage and Baby Yoga classes in the Ossett, Horbury Wakefield Kirklees and West Yorkshire area. Baby Massage is suitable from birth onwards and I am a Baby
One Mindful Yoga
Katherine started practising yoga in 2005 whilst living in Australia. She loved practising outdoors, in the early morning to set herself up for the day. Over the years she has continued to practice
Peacock Tree Yoga
Lilley's been teaching since 2006 but her first experience of yoga was in the early 1990s when she took part in a pioneering therapeutic programme for asthmatics. Lilley considers yoga as being the