Class Times & Information
All classes can be booked here.
For the foreseeable future all classes will be streamed live online until the government guidance about social contact changes. Book your class as normal on the above link, then join us via Zoom (download the app onto your tablet/smartphone or use the website on a computer/laptop). I’ll send you the meeting code before the class starts (make sure you sign up an hour before the class starts!). You just click the link and join the class – easy!
Tuesdays, 6-7pm, Hatha Yoga
Wednesday, 11-11.45am, Chair-Based Yoga
Thursdays, 6.15-7.15pm, Beginners Hatha Yoga
Thursdays, 7.30-8.30pm, Hatha Flow Yoga
Friday, 12-1pm, Gentle Yoga
If you are totally new to yoga I recommend you attend the beginners class on Thursdays at 6.15pm to get used to the basic movements first.
My classes are aimed at developing body awareness so that you can find out for yourself how you move as well as develop strength and flexibility. We do a guided relaxation at the end. The classes are for those wishing to develop strength, flexibility, mindfulness and calm.
Four classes for £30 (to be used within a month) or £10 for a single class. Introductory offer of four classes for £24, must be used within 4 weeks. Concession price for those who feel unable to pay the full price – £20 for four classes.
Private yoga lessons
If you want more attention and focus on your own practice or if you work shifts and can’t make a regular class, why not consider private lessons? Please email me for more details and reasonable prices.
Yoga mats and blankets for use during relaxation are available at Santosa. If you are attending the class at Norton Park there are only a few mats available so please bring your own if you have one, plus a blanket for relaxation. Wear comfy clothes that allow you to stretch.
You always have permission to rest and relax during the class. If something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it. Ease out of pain. Work with your body-mind and respect your own limits.
What do people in the class say about it?
“Joanna’s teaching really is something special. And you get the sense that everyone in the class knows it – like we’re all quietly proud of ourselves, and each other, for having found this little pot of magic tucked away in the city.
I joined her class when I was at a point of real despair in relation to my body, my stress levels, and my sense of wellbeing. I felt discombobulated on every level. Off-kilter in general.
However, Joanna’s capacity to balance gentleness & rigour, compassion & challenge, transcendence & grounding in her teaching is really amazing. It has truly affected my outlook (and my health) in such a positive way. It’s hard to put into words how her teaching has lifted me out of the funk I was in when I first arrived … but it has. I now feel … on-kilter, if you like.
My practice and my time in her class are now essential components of my good juju – What a gift that is! I can’t recommend her highly enough.”
“I joined Joanna’s class last year in June, as a beginner with rigid joints and absolutely zero balance.
It’s not simply the yoga that makes Joanna’s classes unique, it’s her authenticity, the way she approaches this ancient method and her students as well. The atmosphere she creates is unparalleled, I always leave the room as a different person, in the biggest harmony with my mind and my body.
Joanna helped me enormously with my voice too – as an aspiring opera singer I struggled with my posture, often had a back pain. Now I can’t imagine singing without doing some yoga before.
Yoga is really for everyone (if I’m able to do it, really everyone can). I would like to suggest Joanna’s classes especially for musicians and for people doing physical jobs, you will clearly feel the positive difference in your body.”
“For me, the specialness of Joanna’s teaching is the way she communicates the physical, mental and spiritual dimensions of yoga in a subtle yet clear and accessible manner that invites each to explore for themselves, no matter their level of experience. She radiates respect, clarity and the integrated benefits of yoga practice that inspires us to delve deeper ourselves.” – Helen