Yoga in Glasgow

All live classes and workshops have been suspended for now.

I have online yoga classes Monday - Friday at various times and focusing on different aspects in each class. Click the button below for more info.

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Yoga at City of Glasgow College

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190 Cathedral Street
Glasgow G1 2TA

5.15 - 6.15pm


If you are interested then please contact me for information.

Yoga Workshops in Glasgow

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These Yoga Workshops are held seasonally in Glasgow.

Contact me if you would like information on future workshops.

In the Moment Centre
72 Berkeley Street, Glasgow G3 7DS

More info on the workshops

If you are interested in classes in Glasgow then please contact me.

Type of Yoga

This Seasonal Hatha Yoga classes in Glasgow pay attention to the time of year as well as the breath and rounds off with a nice relaxation (savasana), which can take the form of Yoga Nidra or meditation to help the body assimilate the asana practice beforehand. Seasonal yoga is basically traditional yoga tailored to suit the time of year according to Traditional Chinese Medicine 5 elements. It also encompasses energy work as in Qi Gong and Doa In (self shiatsu).

Teaching Style

My teaching style focuses on the breath to help with the flow of energy both to strengthen and energise the body while at the same time calming the mind. You can expect a nice calm but strong practice balanced between asanas, pranayama and meditation, not to mention the all important yoga nidra which is something else entirely!


Classes are suitable for beginners and experienced yogis alike as you are guided throughout the practice and modifications are offered. If you are a beginner or have any concerns due to physical or mental abilities then please contact me for a confidential chat.

What to Bring

It's best to bring your own yoga mat if you have one. Apart from that just clothes you can easily move about in and water.

"I feel AMAZING afterwards, energised yet calm at the same time..."
Isobel Peel - Care worker