We offer a wide range of classes in yoga, dance, meditation and even writing to energise, relax, uplift and inspire you. Why not try something new?
Not sure which yoga class to choose?
Are you looking for yoga classes in Brighton but not sure which one to try? Have you been practising for years but are now looking for some new inspiration? We believe the most important thing is to find the teacher that’s right for you. This is why we recommend trying lots of different yoga classes to find the one that suits you best. If you have any questions feel free to get in touch.
Authentic Hatha Yoga
Authentic Hatha yoga is based on ancient Hatha yoga scripts and teachings. It is a meditative type of yoga, where we hold asanas for a longer period of time and work not only with the physical body but with our thoughts and emotions as well.
Teachers: Jitka Andrlova
Brighton Advaita Sangha
A community gathering to explore and relate to – and be in – the Reality of Oneness, with words, sharing and meditation. This group can provide spiritual sustenance for us all. I’ve got many ideas. So have you. We create it together.
Teachers: Nathan Godolphin
Candle Light Yoga
A deeply nourishing Yin and Restorative practice by candle light. This class is a chance to slow down and connect with a sense of calmness and acceptance. A perfect way to boost the immune system and calm the nervous system, a perfect way to prepare you for a restful and rejuvenating nights sleep.
Teacher: Sarah Achucarro
Ashtanga Yoga is a very strong physical practice as it involves unifying the mind, body and soul through the breath and asanas. It can be quite a challenging practice for complete beginners and is therefore more suited to those who have prior experience with some foundational asanas.
Teacher: Olive Walton
Gentle Nurture Flow Yoga
This gentle, remedial & restorative yoga class is focused on deep holding pattern release and therapeutic alignment, to support you in aligning with your Optimal Blueprint. We work with reversing spirals of doom into spirals of JOY, by undoing current body conditioning to find freedom within & re patterning cellular memory
Teachers: Rozy Glow
These classes focus on the Hatha system of Asanas or postures and include yogic philosophy, meditation, pranayama, mantras, mudras and the force of the sun and the calmness of the moon to create balance and to relax the body and mind.
Hatha Flow Yoga
This is an invigorating yoga class for refocusing your mind and rejuvenating your body. We practice traditional Hatha yoga poses in a flowing sequence to energize your body and relax your mind. Mindfulness; observing breath and body are an integral part of class.
Teachers: Jitka Andrlova ,
Iyengar yoga focuses on correct alignment and precision in movement with the aim of deepening self-awareness. Poses are held initially for a few seconds and as the practice progresses for longer, to enable students to align the body correctly and settle into the pose.
Teachers: Barbara Pozzoni
Kundalini Yoga and Gong
Kundalini yoga is the yoga of energy and its unique approach makes it especially transformative. It combines physical asana practice and breathing with mudras (hand gestures), bandhas (body locks) and mantras, and promotes both physical and emotional healing.
Teachers: Maria Varanpal
Meditation & Mindfulness
Mindfulness meditation helps us practice the art of letting go and relaxing. Mindfulness is the practice of bringing a non-judgemental awareness to the whole of our experience in the present moment. Meditation is the art of stopping, coming back to the present moment and letting go of our worries and preoccupations.
Teachers: David Litchfield
Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga
This class has its roots in the Ashtanga Primary Series. By incorporating fundamental asanas from this series, the class flows through creative sequences coupled with vinyasas. It is the perfect class to join if you’re looking for a burst of energy, just in time for the weekend! Classes are suitable to all levels, but best if there is some prior experience with yoga.
Teachers: Olive Walton
The Women’s Circle
This gentle Yan-Yin practice welcomes all levels. In addition to being suitable for pre- and post-natal women, this class is inclusive to all women at all stages of their womanhood.
Teachers: Miri Renert
Qigong is the art and science of energy cultivation. Through time, work and enquiry we deepen our perception and understanding of the universal energy (Qi) both in our own body/mind and all things. Scientific research has shown the benefits of Qigong to health and wellbeing, and the practice can also develop spiritual, martial and artistic capacities. It has a strong relationship with Taijiquan (Tai Chi) through the use of soft, flowing and grounded movements which develop internal energy.
Teachers: Carmen Dolz
Reflective writing can awaken our unique richness and strength. Through a series of short writing exercises we explore our experiences, hopes and knowledge of and belief in ourselves, which can help strengthen connections within ourselves and those around us, and to tap into our potential. This space is both creative and contained.
Teachers: Maura Cowen
Vajrasati yoga combines the poses and breathing of a standard yoga class with the exploration of the teachings of Patanjali.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga
Vinyasa Flow Yoga is a playful and physical form of yoga that will lift your spirits and energy levels while increasing flexibility, focus, strength and balance. It allows you to connect to your body, mind and soul in a way that is nourishing, detoxifying and strengthening.
Yin yoga stretches and targets both the deep connective tissues between the muscles, and the fascia throughout the body. The aim is to increase circulation in the joints and improve flexibility as the poses stretch and exercise the bone and joint areas. It also helps us to regulate the body’s flow of energy.
Neigong is the ancient Chinese practice of health cultivation through movement and posture. Neigong is the number one health optimising practice, developed by taoist sects over millenia. This is a strong claim which I urge you to put to the test of your own experience.
Slow Flow Yoga
With a restorative approach this slow flow gives us time to feel into our bodies and listen to what they need. If you’ve had a busy day and need to relax, are having a mid-afternoon lull, or if you’re just in need of time to yourself with yourself, this class will give you the space to reconnect and replenish your stores.