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

Hatha Flow

Hatha Flow takes its root from the traditional Hatha practice, drawing on the classical Hatha yoga postures to focus on correct alignment whilst emphasising awareness of the breath to bring mindfulness to every movement.

Caroline Hire


Caroline is a Registered Yoga Teacher with international governing body Yoga Alliance. She’s been practising yoga for nearly two decades and trained with leading UK yoga school Yogacampus. Her classes focus on mindful movement, breathing and relaxation, helping people to find more balance in busy city living.

Classes are suitable for all levels, beginners as well as those who want to deepen their practice by refining alignment and taking yoga beyond pure physicality. Her goal is to help strengthen, relax and create space in both body and mind.

For more information, please email


Sundays 5.30 – 6.30 pm CURRENTLY ON HOLD


£12 Drop-in

Block booking for term £10 per class (classes can be switched between any of Caroline’s classes)

To book or for any further queries you can either email or contact her via text message to 07779 654 112.



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

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, the café’s of Lordship Lane, and walking in the Kent countryside.

The class is suitable for all – both beginners and more experienced yogis, 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 Premium Class 11.30-12.30pm (Max 4 per session)


Cost £12 for a single class, or £50 for 5 classes

Please contact Elizabeth to book a class or if you have any questions:

Tel: 07957 259 149

Iyengar Yoga

Iyengar Yoga is characterized by great attention to detail and precise focus on body alignment. Iyengar pioneered the use of “props” such as blankets, benches, blocks, bricks, straps, and even sand bags, which function as aids allowing beginners to experience asanas more easily and fully than might otherwise be possible without several years of practice. Props also allow tired or convalescing students to enjoy the benefits of many asanas via fully “supported” methods requiring less muscular effort.

Amanda Richardson

Amanda-richardson iyengar yogaAmanda is a welcoming and friendly teacher with over 10 years’ experience of teaching in the Iyengar methodology. She teaches with clarity, humour, lightness and patience. Amanda ensures each person works to their best potential within a class setting by observing individual practice and giving clear instruction for improvement. Amanda is deeply committed to the teachings of B.K.S Iyengar and his family, which are a constant inspiration and motivation.

These are small classes for up to 6 people designed specifically to enable some individual guidance and specific instruction to help students to improve their personal practice. These are mixed ability classes suitable for beginners, every one is welcome.


£55.00   5 class block valid for 7 weeks
£105.00 10 class block valid for 13 weeks
£13.00   Drop in
£7.50     Concession

Wednesday evening 8.15-9.15pm. CURRENTLY ON HOLD

For more information about Amanda please visit her website

Please contact Amanda for more details.

07903 588 318
Email Amanda

Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is a deeply healing form of yoga. It uses blankets, bolsters and a variety of props to create a position where the body and then the mind can relax. Poses are held for longer periods of time to allow the nervous system to settle, relieving stress and anxiety, and promoting conditions where the body can replenish and rejuvenate..

Caroline HireCaroline

Caroline is a Registered Yoga Teacher with international governing body Yoga Alliance. She’s been practising yoga for nearly two decades and trained with leading UK yoga school Yogacampus. Caroline is also a certified Yoga for Pelvic Floor teacher.

Caroline’s new Restorative Yoga classes will be held monthly and spaces are limited so please book ahead.  CURRENTLY ON HOLD

For more information, please email



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.


Classes run on a Thursday evening at 6.45 to 8pm and 8.15pm to 9.30pm. Cost is £12.50 for a term of classes or drop-in at £15. Term starts again on 30th September 2021.

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

or email her at


Linda Drewett

Linda Drewett has been practising yoga for 16 years, both in group classes and individually. She practices yoga because she likes the holistic effects of yoga on her mind and body. After most yoga practices she finds her body usually feels toned and relaxed her mind calm and more contented.
Over the years, Linda Drewett has been taught by some eminent yoga teachers, such as Paul Harvey and Sylviane Gianina. More recently she completed Ranju Roy’s and Dave Charlton’s three year teacher training course. She continues to work with her own individual teacher (Janet Evans) and is a member of the Association of Yoga Studies and the British Wheel of Yoga.



Wednesdays 10.00am-11.00am – CURRENTLY ON HOLD
Tuesdays 8.15-9.30pm – CURRENTLY ON HOLD

Vinyasa Flow yoga

Vinyasa means “breath-synchronized movement,” and Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of your breath. Vinyasa stems from Hatha and Ashtanga yoga and movements are held together by smoothly flowing from one pose to another using the breath to relax the mind, guide the movements and stimulate the body. Vinyasa Yoga is suitable for all levels from beginners to those who have been practicing and teaching for a while.

Iqra Amin

Iqra completed her yoga teacher training in Bali under the guidance of
experienced yoga practitioners and has experience of teaching in London, Bali and the Philippines

Her preferred style of teaching is Vinyasa Yoga which resonates the most with her creative side. Her classes are themed to enable students to immerse themselves in a moving meditation through the physical experience of yoga whilst embarking on a journey to self which is the essence of yoga.

Her classes are suitable for all levels.

Time: Sundays 9:30am – 10:30am  CURRENTLY ON HOLD

Price: £10 for a single class, £40 for 5 classes and £7 for all first-time students