Classes & Schedule

Online & In Person, classes & Schedule

What level is right for me?

The guide below will help you decide which class is most suitable for you.  If you are a new student to classes with Julie or unsure which level to choose please get in touch.

Beginner Level

For new students or those with some months of practice wishing to polish the basics.  These classes will be tailored to suit all levels in the room working towards understanding alignment and the use of props in asana (postures).

General Level

For students familiar with the method of Iyengar Yoga who have had a regular practice for 1 year or more.  These classes will be focussed on delving deeper into the basics and working towards some more challenging asanas.

“Julie is a brilliant, inspiring and patient teacher!”


Intermediate Level

For experienced students, trainees and teachers with at least 2 years of dedicated practice in the Iyengar method.  Students should have a good understanding of the basics and be able to maintain a 5 minute, stable, Sirsasana and Salamba Sarvangasana. 

Mixed Level

For all levels of practice from the beginner to the more experienced student. All are welcome.

Summer & Autumn Timetable 2023

Please see the timetable below for regular weekly classes in the Autumn, beginning 11th September – 18th December 2023.

Over the Summer from 31st July – 4th September there is one mixed level class for all. This class can be attended in person or online and you can even request a recording to practice at your leisure. There will also be some pop up alfresco classes in the park, weather permitting coming soon!

Super Sunday afternoon workshops are back! See the events page for more information. Dates as follows; 1st October, 19th November, 17th December 2023

This term, our Full Moon restorative sessions will be on Friday’s 29th September, 27th October, 1st December 2023

“Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practice, the brighter the flame.” B.K.S. Iyengar 


Online classes are different to face to face sessions.  You need to take a lot more responsibility for your own safety and wellbeing. It is important to set up your space so that you can see and hear the teacher well and that they can see you too. When participating in this yoga class there is the possibility of sustaining a physical injury. If you engage in this class, you agree that you do so at your own risk, are voluntarily participating in these activities and assume all risk of injury to yourself. If you are suffering from illness or Injury you should consult your doctor before attending any classes.

Your online attendance in classes with Julie accepts that you agree to the above

“Yoga teaches us to cure what need not be endured and endure what cannot be cured.” B.K.S. Iyengar