Weekly Timetable

Live online classes are currently available, all in person classes are cancelled for the foreseeable.

Email Áine on mcgovernaine@gmail.com for the link to join any of the classes. Payment details will be included in sign up email. 


Monday

6.30 – 7.30pm Gentle Yoga £5

This class will ease out aches and slowly increasing mobility and functional movement. We will end with relaxation.


Wednesday

6.30 – 7.30pm Strong Yoga (not suitable for beginners) £5

A warming class to help build functional movement and increase strength.
Playing with all sorts of yoga movements and postures.
Ending with relaxation.


Below classes are currently suspended

Classes are held at The Old School Studio, Long Melford. ​All classes must be booked in advance, you must block book to ensure your space. These will be 4-week blocks only.

Payment can be made online – please contact me for payment details. Or exact change in class.

If you had already paid for your block of classes for the previous Introduction classes, I will honour these payments and we can discuss in person.


Monday

1 – 2.15pm Gentle Hatha £8

This class will move us gently through a sequence of Yoga postures. Easing out aches and slowly increasing mobility and functional movement. We will end with a relaxation to allow our body to absorb our asana practice.


2.45 – 4pm Gentle Hatha £8

This is a repeat of the 1-2.15pm class. This class will move us gently through a sequence of Yoga postures. Easing out aches and slowly increasing mobility and functional movement. We will end with a relaxation to allow our body to absorb our asana practice.


Tuesday

5.45 – 7pm Hatha Yoga £8

This will be a warming class to help build functional movement, increase strength, increase range of movement and generally loosen up your body.  There will be a mix of flowing sequences and individual postures, ending with a relaxation.


7.30 – 8.45pm Wind Down Yoga £8

A gentle class, guiding you through movements to ease away stress and get you ready for a peaceful night of rest.  With a mix of slow flowing movements and some longer held individual postures.  Aiming to release tension, aches and calm the mind.