Worcestershire Yoga Classes
At our pop up studio within Spetchley Park Gardens, near Worcester, we run the following weekly classes. It's a beautiful space to learn and practice yoga in and we provide a good range of yoga equipment to use. Classes are based on vinyasa flow, an upbeat and dynamic style.
Joining and booking info is at the bottom of the page, or please enquire if you still have questions.
All Levels Yoga
Warm & welcoming daytime class to kick off the week. Suitable for all levels as options are given throughout to make postures more or less challenging depending on your level and physical ability.
No class 28 Mar & 4th April
Dynamic Vinyasa Yoga
A popular post-work class. Combination of stretch and strength, suitable if you have done yoga before or are generally fit & active. A great class to experience a yoga atmosphere and work on more challenging variations of poses. Not a beginners class !
Yoga for Sports
Whether you’re a keen sportsperson or serious athlete, adding a weekly yoga class to your activities will deliver cumulative and tangible results.
Yoga is a total body exercise : conditioning every single muscle, and building suppleness as well as strength. Yoga will increase your range of movement, improve performance in your chosen field and give you quicker recovery times. Yoga builds a balanced body which not only feels good, but also helps prevent injuries.
Suitable for all levels. Yoga is practised barefoot, just wear gym clothes you can move in and bring a warm top for the brief relaxation at the end. Yoga mats provided.
During April - bring your husband or boyfriend to Yoga for Sports for free.
Gently dynamic class, especially designed for pregnancy. Suitable for absolute total beginners and those with yoga experience, from 14 to 40 weeks pregnant. Maintain mobility, help relieve common pre-natal symptoms, and prepare mentally & physically for birth. Please see pregnancy yoga page for details, pricing & how to join.
Full emphasis on supporting those new to yoga, developing both ability and familiarity with postures. Also suitable for intermediates looking to improve technique. Whatever your level, this class will increase strength & flexibility.
No class Wed 23rd March.
from 3rd March 2016
Ashtanga is a classic Indian style of yoga, from which many current modern types have evolved. Understanding Ashtanga will help any keen yogi understand Yoga. This will be a classic primary series class combining a strong physical practice, posture with movement, breath and focus.
If you come to the Monday night class, try this too and see what a difference practising twice a week makes !
Prices & how to book
Your first class is free to try, you can just turn up, no need to book as we reserve space for this so there is always room. Just please come a couple of minutes early to do a quick health form.
For booking and pricing info after your first class free, please see