Yoga for Everyone

A regular yoga practice relieves stress and fatigue and brings about invigoration and vitality.

Physiological benefits include improvement of balance, posture and internal systems; the stabilisation of the autonomic nervous system and the strengthening of cardiovascular systems. Psychological benefits such as self-acceptance, elevated moods, improved concentration and memory come naturally, and bio mechanical functions are supported; things like decreasing sodium and glucose in the body and increasing haemoglobin and thyroxin release. Asana (physical poses), detoxify our bodies through the squeezing of the internal organs and systems through moving into positions that we wouldn’t usually be in.

  • Evening: Tuesdays, Yoga by Candlelight with Yoga Nidra Classes start at 7pm, please arrive 15 mins before your first time for a chat and settle in. The session will last for an hour and a half. Bring a water bottle and wear loose and comfortable clothing.  Mats will be provided but you’re welcome to bring your own if you wish. Please bring a pillow/ cushions and a blanket for Nidra. Yoga Nidra means ‘yoga sleep’, and the last half an hour of the class will be a deep guided meditation/relaxation.Please make sure you’re going to be warm and comfy!

    Payment is to be made in 6 week blocks at £8.oo a class. Payments can be made online using the following transfer details:
    Miss G L Fox
    Account: 00575063
    Sort: 110834

    If you are unable to pay in blocks of 6, drop in price is £10.00 per class.

Yoga for everyone is at the Devizes Quakers Friends Meeting House, Devizes

£10.00 drop in. 

Note – I feel its really important for yoga to be available to everyone. If you’re not able to pay the full amount, please just come along and make a donation.

One to One Yoga

One to One Yoga is at Nursteed Road, Devizes

Small groups of up to three people can also be arranged, please contact Gemma for bookings.

£35.00, sessions last an hour and a half.

This one to one session utilises a gentle Hatha flow style yoga which is perfect for beginners or people with injuries who might not wish to attend a class. An hour and a half practice incorporates a physical yoga practice tailored to your individual needs and also includes guided meditation, visualisation and breath-work to bring the body, heart and mind into alignment.