Our database contains thousands of yoga classes in the UK suitable for all abilities including; yoga classes for beginners, mixed ability yoga classes (also suitable for beginners yoga), intermediate yoga, and advanced yoga levels. Your yoga teacher will recommend a yoga class suitable for you.
Yoga classes usually last between 40 and 90 minutes and group class have around 15 students per lesson. They're held in a calm, relaxing environment.
Yoga classes on this website are run by qualified yoga teachers. To find a yoga class near you, use the class finder on this page.
Note: Some yoga teachers may ask you to attend a yoga one to one session before joining a yoga class.
BEGINNERS YOGA CLASSES
If you have no experience practicing yoga, then you will probably be best suited to a beginners yoga class.
This will teach you all the basics, including breathing techniques, posture and balance, as well as introduce you to some basic yoga poses.
To find a local yoga beginners class near you, choose beginner yoga classes from the drop down selection in the search form.
There are lots of beginners yoga classes to choose from so shop around for the one which you feel comfortable with.
Classes suitable for beginners include traditional forms such as; Anusara yoga, Hatha yoga, Viniyoga yoga, and Iyengar yoga.
Mixed ability classes are usually suitable for yoga beginners . We recommend that you consult your teacher prior to taking a lesson.
INTERMEDIATE YOGA CLASSES
If you have been practicing yoga for a while (10 weeks plus) and feel you have a grasp on the yoga basics including breathing technique, posture and balance, you may want to join an intermediate class. This will offer you an opportunity to be around people of a similar experience and ability as well as providing you with a more challenging exercise routine.
To find a local yoga intermediate class near you, use the Yoga Class search and choose the intermediate yoga classes from the drop down selection in our search form.
ADVANCED YOGA CLASSES
Advanced yoga classes are available for students who have been practicing yoga regularly over an extended period of time and want to develop their understanding further.
Advanced Yoga classes require students with high stamina and core strength as well as full body awareness as they should be prepared to undertake yoga exercises at a higher skill level.
To find yoga advanced classes near you, select advanced classes from the drop down menu selection on the search form.
More vigorous styles of yoga classes include Kundalini yoga and Ashtanga Yoga as well as Power Yoga which are more physically demanding.
Hot Yoga classes such as Bikram yoga and Hot yoga are are increasingly popular and take place in heated rooms designed to cleanse the body of impurities and heating the body to increase flexibility when practicing postures.
CHOOSING A YOGA CLASS
It's better to start yoga exercise with an instructor in order to learn the correct poses and the yoga breathing techniques.
Yoga is a safe and effective way to increase strength, flexibility and balance when taught by a qualified yoga teacher.
Instructors and studios will assess your fitness level and offer a class appropriate for your fitness level.
Instructors can offer a range of yoga class types and will advise you on a suitable class for you.
Some styles are more vigorous than others, while others are aimed at specific people - for example specialist yoga classes such as pregnancy yoga classes, remedial classes, sport injury, over 50s and baby yoga.
The first step is to find a local Yoga class near you. Many instructors and yoga studios offer introductory classes which are a good way to learn about yoga and its benefits first hand. View FREE yoga classes and yoga class offers here.