Ashtanga Mysore Self-Practice Yoga

Mysore Self Practice is the traditional way of learning the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga method. Under the guidance of the teacher each student gradually learns and memorizes the set sequence of postures at his or her own pace. Instead of leading the class, Andria gives each student individual instruction and hands-on adjustments. It’s almost like a private lesson but with the benefit of the group energy. This method allows for the student to practice silently, with increased inner awareness, and so slowly, over time, begin experiencing the moving meditation that is Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga.

Self-practice classes always have students of mixed levels and abilities practicing side by side. Initially, to learn the system, you will need to allow approx. 45 mins for a class, building up to about 1 and ½ to 2 hours once a full series of postures is being practiced.

Start Times & Duration

Start times: 5.45pm/6.00pm/6.15pm, finish practice by 7.45pm. Beginners should arrive at 5.45pm.

If you wish to commit to practicing regularly there is an option to pay in advance for a class pass of 5 or 10 classes to reduce the cost per class. See below for details.

Suitable for: Students of ALL levels are welcome. Visiting students with an existing practice are welcome too.

If you're not quite ready to jump in, then why not take the ASHTANGA YOGA BEGINNERS OR IMPROVERS COURSES

5 CLASS PASS: (valid for 2 months) £45
10 CLASS PASS (valid for 3 months) £85


† Concessionary rates are for those on low income / students / unemployed

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Detox Flow Yoga

This class is suitable for practiced beginners and intermediate students.

An end of working week detox flow, come and unwind to help your body and mind release from the weeks' events, enabling you to start your well-deserved weekend with a spring in your step.

Hannah is a Hastings born, yoga teacher and owner of Old Town Yoga.

Her approach to Yoga is one in which encourages not only health and strength in the body but also a calmness and happiness within the mind. With her experience living in monasteries and ashrams around the world, she understands the importance of the individual practice, study and understanding of yoga in all its' wonderful forms.

Fully trained in Sivananda yoga, she creates a light, happy atmosphere, using the art of yoga to promote strength and happiness in mind and body. She is especially interested in how the mind can be aided by the yogic tradition and how this resonates in enhancing, kindness, happiness and joy in all aspects of life.

Yoga being about the journey rather than the goal, her classes are suitable for practiced beginners and intermediate students.

£6.50, drop-in students very welcome.

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General Yoga

Hilary's drop-in classes are open to all levels of ability, but if you are a complete beginner, please contact her before coming.

Working with simple yoga postures, the breath and alignment and followed by a deeply relaxing lying down meditation, this 8am class is ideal for those who want to start the day with a spring in their step.

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Tania Smith
Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini Yoga, is often described as the yoga of awareness. It uses specific combinations of asanas (postures), pranayam (breathing), mantra (sound), bandha (body locks) and meditation to connect the mind, body and soul.

The class begins by tuning in with a mantra and is followed by a warm up and the chosen Kriya (sequence of postures). There are many kriyas to choose from so the sequence, postures and focus varies with each class.

The kriya is followed by meditation and relaxation. The class closes with a mantra or affirmation. This class helps to; transform stress or worry into focus, clarity and action; stretch, strengthen and tone the body; bring a sense of peace, calm, certainty and purpose and leaves you feeling great!

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Pregnancy Yoga

Mae’s Pregnancy Yoga classes combine yoga postures and movement along with essential breathing practices and other techiniques to keep you fit throughout pregnancy and prepare your body physically and emotionally for birth. Each class is tailored to the needs of the women in the room that day and always ends with a deep relaxation.

Classes are a great place to meet up with other mums to be, share experiences and learn tools that allow you to listen to your body, follow your instincts, connect with your baby and release tensions and fears.

Classes are suitable from 14/15 weeks until birth. Please contact Mae for more information to book your space.

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Slow Flow Yoga

Thursday’s lunchtime flow class involves creative sequences with each posture flowing smoothly to the next. The movements are synchronised with the breath, helping to calm the mind. The slow flow allows time to focus on body alignment and breathing. The class will finish with relaxation.

  • Slow Flow Yoga is suitable for all abilities.

  • The class is drop-in so pop in when you’re free.

  • Classes offer a non-competitive and relaxed atmosphere.

  • Mats and props are provided but please feel free to bring your own.

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Vinyasa Flow Yoga

Our vinyasa classes are built around varied and creative sequences of postures linked by the thread of the breath in a flowing style, sometimes interspersed with longer holds. Breath focus is integrated throughout the class, helping to centre and quieten the mind, and classes may include pranayama and seated meditation

Each class is open to all levels. If you are a beginner do not worry. Every one who practices or teaches yoga was a beginner once so we are all here to support you.

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Weekend Yoga

Yoga classes for adults of any age and ability, run by a qualified teacher who trained with the British Wheel of Yoga. The lessons are friendly and informal, and the atmosphere is non-competitive and relaxed. Each session starts by working on the breath to settle the mind and body. This is then followed by a series of postures that make up the main part of the class, and concludes with a short relaxation.

£36 for six classes or £7 drop-in

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Yoga for All

Yoga classes for all adults of any age or ability. Classes are relaxed and friendly with a gentle non-competitive approach. Each session will usually include the following components:
• start with relaxing and settling
• work with the breath
• warming up and mobilising the body
• then performing a series of postures including a “peak posture”
• utilising counterposes to balance and relax the body
• winding down to end with breathing practice and deep relaxation
All students are encouraged to listen to their body and enjoy themselves.


£7 drop-in or £30 a five class pass


To book please contact Lance on 07999 554 675 or email

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