Yoga Classes

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"Just completed beginners' yoga class, so pleased I could actually do most of the stretches, but learned loads of new ideas to release tension in your body, and the yoga ethos just seems to put your mind in a really tranquil place. Never done it before - you should try it!"
"Brilliant yoga class thank you! Relaxing, pressure free and done at your own pace/ability, would recommend to anyone!"

"We can't thank you enough Helen for running the Yoga course at Co-Lab for the staff team. It had such a huge impact on us all and gave us the time out from our busy jobs. We all left each week floating!


Great skill in including everyone of varying level and flexibility!  Thank you so much."

-Ella (Wellbeing Co-ordinator, Co-Lab)

Cover Classes

The way I share Yoga has evolved!

Currently this includes workshops, and covering classes for many other Yoga teachers, mainly in Exeter.

At the end of almost every cover class somebody will ask 'where do you teach?', so here are details of upcoming classes confirmed for this year (see each class for booking details):

Friday 22nd November

12.15pm - 1.15pm

Lotus Loft, Southernhay East, Exeter

(£7 drop-in cover for Jules)

Monday 25th November

12.15pm - 1.15pm

Lotus Loft, Southernhay East, Exeter

(£7 drop-in cover for Jules)

2.30pm - 3.25pm

Health House, Barrack Road Exeter

(FREE birthday celebration class)

Tuesday 26th November

12.30pm - 1.30pm

University of Exeter, Exeter

(Staff Only - see Staff Life website)

Monday 2nd December

12.00pm - 1.00pm

Derek the Dog, Queens Walk, Exeter

(£8 drop-in cover for Saghar)

Thursday 5th December

6.00pm - 7.00pm

Feofo Centre, Ottery St Mary

(£8 drop-in cover for Saghar)

Monday 16th December

11.30am - 12.25pm

Riverside Leisure Centre, Exeter

(cover for Tina)

Wednesday 18th December

9.30am - 10.25am

Riverside Leisure Centre, Exeter

(cover for Tina)

What will the class be like?

Helen's Yoga classes playfully weave together traditional aspects of Hatha Yoga; sequences of physical postures (Asana), breathing techniques (Pranayama), chanting (Mantras), Yoga philosophy, and relaxation (Yoga Nidra). Each session is delivered with softness and humour and is underpinned by the core foundations of approaching the practice with ‘steadiness, comfort, and ease’.

The overall aim of the class is to bring our attention into the present moment through synchronised breath awareness and movement, encouraging balance and harmony between the physical, mental and emotional, resulting in a sense of inner calm and peace.


Each session will close with a relaxation, ensuring you feel re-energised for the rest of the week!

Workplace Yoga

Workplace Yoga is an excellent way of bringing Yoga classes into the workplace, where employees may not otherwise be able to access classes.

The shared experience of Yoga in your workplace or community provides an opportunity to build connection between those attending, as well as increasing activity levels and potentially improving fitness.


Benefits of Workplace Yoga Include:

-Reduce workplace stress

-Relieve physical tensions such as backache & tension headaches

-Increase fitness levels

-Increase staff morale and wellbeing

-Improve sense of connection between colleagues

-Improve productivity due to better mental function.

Sessions are offered with a variety of options to suit your requirements:

-One-off wellbeing events or workshops 

-6-week beginners course

-10-weekly sessions (possible funding available)

-Regular drop-in sessions

To enquire about how we can work together to bring Yoga to your organisation or community...

...we would love to hear from you!

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What to bring?
All studios are fully equipped with mats, blocks, bolsters, and blankets - just bring yourself with comfortable clothing, and a drink of water.
For classes at Exeter University (staff only), and Ottery St Mary please bring a mat.