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 Live classes on Zoom are on Mondays 7.30-8.30am and Thursdays 7.30-8.30am and 5.30-6.30pm. Every class will take you through a different sequence of postures from energising to restorative. Face to face classes are starting 6th October in Wilmslow



Monday 10.00-11.30am 

 Chorlton Central Church Hall
Barlow Moor Road, Manchester, M21 8BF

Entrance is at front of building, street parking available on Zetland Road and Sandy Lane.

Currently postponed 
Bring a yoga mat and a blanket if you can.



Tuesday 6.00-7.00pm

Wilmslow United Reformed Church Hall
Chapel  Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 1PR

 (Enter hallway through carpark) 

Carpark accessed by Chapel Lane (one way street)

£40 for 4 week course in October

Bring a yoga mat and a blanket or a large bath towel if you can, if you have a yoga belt bring it along too.

Safety measures in place. Hand sanitiser on entry and 2m socially distanced mat spaces


Private Tuition

Private Group Yoga on Zoom

If you have a group of people or a friend/partner that would like to do a yoga class at your home or any free space you have, just get in touch. Private classes can be tailored to your needs and more individual attention can be given. Just get in touch if you’d like to find out more about private sessions.


I’m Lindsay and I teach Iyengar Yoga classes in Chorlton, Wilmslow as well as privately anywhere nearby.

My first yoga class almost 20 years ago had me instantly hooked. I liked the discipline and the practice of physical postures (asanas) which work on all muscles in the body, developing strength and flexibility. But I was also aware of just feeling contented and relaxed after class.

As you learn, yoga increases concentration and body awareness, bringing a sense of balance to both mind and body.


You can join any of these classes at any time by booking a place and sending me a message on my Contact page.

Everyone is welcome, men & women, all abilities, and ages even if you have never done yoga before. You don’t have to be flexible to start!

Always let the teacher know about any medical conditions, injuries, recent surgery or if you are pregnant before the class starts.

It is best not to eat too much just before a class or drink anything during the class.

Wear comfortable clothing such as leggings, shorts and a t-shirt. We practise with bare feet, but have socks & something warm to put on for the relaxation at the end.

Some equipment is on hand for your first class – please bring a yoga mat if you can (and it’s nice to have your own), otherwise we have some to borrow.