Most students book the half-term course of classes (six weeks long). It is cheaper (£11 per class) and supports your commitment to a weekly practice. If you have to miss your usual class, you can make it up by coming to another class if there is space. If you have a busy schedule or are a new student, starting part way through the course, you can drop in for £14.50 per class. Your first class is £10.
You can book your place click on the green square “book a class” tab to the top right of your screen.
You can either book and pay online or just reserve your space online and pay me in cash on the day. In the event that you can’t come to class, please use the link that will be sent to your email to reschedule or cancel. Then someone else can use your space.
If you prefer things the old-fashioned way you can text me on 07800 959 543 to reserve your space on a course or in a class. Bear in mind it does save us both time to use online booking. For those who are a little tech-shy, be reassured, the booking system is very simple, quick and easy to use. In the unlikely event you have a problem, just email me 🙂
General Holistic Yoga Classes
Wednesdays 10:15am; Fridays 10:15am; Saturdays 10:15am
The Friday and Saturday classes are fine for everyone, including pregnant women (over 12 weeks) and postnatal students who are able to leave their babies with a carer. The Wednesday class is not for beginners, you need a little yoga experience or a reasonable level of fitness. If you have an injury or pain it’s better to do a Gentle Holistic Yoga class or the Saturday class.
Gentle Holistic Yoga and Somatics Classes
Mondays 1:30pm; Tuesdays 6:30pm
These classes are for everyone, except pregnant women in the 2nd – 3rd trimester. Neuromuscular re-education is ideal if you have niggley aches or pain from injuries or poor posture. This work is also good for people who are very stiff or very bendy (hypermobile). People with back pain, sciatica; reduced mobility, people living with MS, ME or other ailments of a longer term nature are also very welcome.
Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs Courses a 12 week course running on Saturdays 12 – 1:30pm. No drop in, full course only.
I love teaching this course as it can be so life changing for people with chronic lower back pain. The largest scientific study of yoga efficacy ever conducted found this course to be more beneficial than physio, acupuncture, medication, pilates and osteopathy. They also found it was much cheaper! Please let your friends, family and collegues know about this amazing course.
The Haelan Centre Studio
You’ll find this studio above a whole food shop called the Haelan Centre, just opposite the clock tower. The address is 41 The Broadway, Crouch End, London N8 8DT. The entrance is by the side of the shop in Crouch Hall Road, it’s a white door. Ring the studio bell to gain entrance to the studio. Climb the four flights of stairs to the second floor, then go the left until you see the waiting room.
No need to bring a mat unless you want to.
Hornsey Vale Community Centre
The Community Centre is at 60 Mayfield Road, off Weston Park, near Stationers Park. Come to the entrance, the yoga class is in the Main Hall to the left. There is plenty of equipment available, but do bring your own mat if you wish. There is free street parking here until 12pm, classes finish at 11:45am.
Union Church, Upper Room
This cosy room is in a modern Church and it’s not set up as a studio so if you’re able to bring a mat that would be great. If not, don’t worry there will be some there for you to use. Union Church is on the corner of Weston Park and Ferme Park Road, the W3 and W5 buses stop nearby or it’s a ten-minute walk from the clock tower in Crouch End.
Travelling to Crouch End.
Crouch End has a lovely village nature due to the fact it has no tube station nearby. However, it’s really easy to get to Crouch End from the nearby Finsbury Park tube and overground train station. Just take the W3 or W7.