I run yoga classes in central Bristol, Keynsham and the surrounding area. These include Yoga for Cyclists, Yoga for Men, Yoga for Charity and 1-2-1 sessions.
Yoga for Cyclists
These classes focuses on yoga poses that help alleviate aches and tension often experienced by cyclists, prevent injuries and improve performance. The classes build upon my popular six-class programme that covers themes such as stretching the limbs, developing balanced strength and optimising recovery through restorative yoga poses.
You can find out further details on my six-week programme at my Yoga for Cyclists page.
My summer series of outdoor yoga For Cyclist classes in Bristol have now ended. Please contact me to register your interest in future courses.
Yoga for Men
I teach yoga designed specifically for the male body. These classes focus on improving flexibility, developing balanced strength, increasing stamina and relieving stress.
‘Drop-in’ classes take place at Keynsham Baptist Church, Keynsham High Street (next to Grounded). Every Monday, 7 – 8pm,
NOTE: NO CLASSES ON MONDAYS 2nd & 9th SEPT – CLASSES RETURN ON MON, 16th SEPT.
All equipment provided. £8 / class (loyalty card available).
Yoga for Charity
I offer friendly, accessible donation-based yoga classes in Bristol that not only promotes physical and mental health & wellbeing but also raises funds for worthy causes. During 2018, classes raised £100’s for Costa Rica Animal Rescue Centre, Bristol Bike Project, Motor Neurone Disease Scotland, William Wates Memorial Trust and YoungMinds.
Special ‘one-off’ events will take place during 2019 at venues to be confirmed.
Please contact me to register your interest and/or suggest worthy causes to support.
1-2-1 Yoga Sessions
If you find it difficult to attend group classes, or you have a specific ailment or injury that hinders you from attending general yoga classes, I offer 1-2-1 Yoga Sessions. These will be tailored to your specific needs, and can take place at a venue of your choosing.
Please contact me if you would like to discuss this further.