We offer regular types of classes with each teacher offering their own style.

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is a holistic practice, which means it affects every part of us as a single, connected system (physical, mental, social, emotional). A regular yoga practice draws all these parts together in a balanced and positive way.

Elizabeth Knott

[Updated April 2023]

Elizabeth has been teaching yoga since 2009 and holds the 500 hour British Wheel of Yoga Diploma. She lives in south east London and when not teaching yoga or looking after her four children, she enjoys gardening, making jewellery and walking in the Kent countryside.

The class is suitable for all – both beginners and those who have more experience, using modifications and props to make challenging poses more accessible and offering variations to those who want to go a bit deeper into their practice. Yoga poses will be held for around 5 breaths to stretch, strengthen and to consider alignment of the body. Time will also be spent on breath work (pranayama) and finish with relaxation.

Thursday Hatha Yoga, general level class, 11.30-12.30pm (up to 6 people)


Cost £13 per 60 minute class

Please contact Elizabeth if you have any questions or book online at


Tel: 07957 259 149


The term ‘Viniyoga’ is a Sanskrit word (from Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras), which means ‘the appropriate application of’ yoga. In yoga classes this means working through a planned sequence of postures, some of which will be dynamic and others static. The effects of postures on the mind and body are enhanced by a sensitive and prescriptive way of breathing. In order to make practices appropriate, postures can be adapted to meet individual needs so that people can work safely within their limits, and observe any changes over time.

Susie Galley

Susie Galley has been practicing Viniyoga for 10 years and qualified as a teacher in 2019. This style of yoga is based on the teachings of Krishnamacharya and TKV Desikachar. She is a registered AYS teacher and continues to attend a regular yoga class herself with Janet Evans as well as continuing to learn about yoga and the many health benefits it has.

Susie completed her training with Ranju Roy and Dave Charlton and continues to attend CPD actives with these and other renowned teachers in the field of Viniyoga.

Wednesday evenings at 7 to 8.15pm  (termly basis)

Thursday evenings at 6.45 to 8pm (termly basis)

Cost is £12.50 for a term of classes or drop-in at £15. 

For more information or to book your space, see Susie’s website – 

or email her at