We have Yoga classes every morning Monday – Saturday and evenings Monday – Thursday. Pilates is on Wednesdays and Thursdays. Workshops and Masterclasses are on Fridays and at the weekends, with a Crystal bowl sound bath once a month on a Sunday.

Private tuition is by appointment and usually in the afternoons during the week.

You can view the latest timetable on the website.

Yes we do. Hatha Yoga and Gentle Yoga on Tuesday mornings are hybrid classes which take place at the Studio but are also live-streamed. The Pilates classes are also run this way. 1:1 sessions can be either in person or taught on Zoom. In addition all students on Tamsin’s courses receive a recording of the class each week so they can repeat the session at home if they want. The option of being able to do a class online means that you never have to miss a session if you are unable to come to the studio for any reason.
There are many similarities between Yoga and Pilates. Both will help you improve strength, balance, flexibility and posture. The main difference is in approach. Yoga’s origins lie in ancient Eastern philosophy (although the physical side of Yoga is most commonly taught today), and focuses on the integration of mind and body, using the breath. A typical yoga class involves a mixture of posture work, breathing techniques and relaxation. Pilates was developed in Europe as a system of physical exercises around one hundred years ago and its emphasis is much more on precise movements to target specific areas of the body.
No. All of our classes are mat-based and we have equipment such as rollers, rings and soft balls.
For both Yoga and Pilates you should wear comfortable non-constrictive clothes so you can move freely and easily. You might get warm during the class so layers are a good idea. Men usually wear a t-shirt and tracksuit bottoms or shorts. Yoga is normally done in bare feet, for Pilates you might wear socks but not shoes. For restorative yoga and breathing workshops please wear something comfortable and warm as you will not be moving much.
No. Yoga is not a religion. It can be enjoyed by people whatever their faith or lack of it. However there is a spiritual side to the philosophy that underpins it and meditation is an important part of Yoga practice.
We have equipment at the studio for people to use in class, but please bring your own yoga or Pilates mats, plus a blanket for relaxation. You can buy mats at Studio Yoga or from any sports equipment retailer. Iyengar students will also need bricks, blocks, a strap and a blanket.
Absolutely. Please let your teacher know if you have an injury or other medical condition that may affect your ability to participate. She will be able to offer you modifications so you can practice safely. If you are receiving on-going treatment from a doctor, physiotherapist or other health professional please consult them first if appropriate.
It’s not advisable to practice Yoga or Pilates on a full stomach. If possible try to refrain from eating for two hours before class. We don’t encourage drinking in a Yoga class, however you may bring water in with you if required.
There is plenty of free parking on site. Please park either in front of the Studio or alongside the large storage barn. All cars and their contents are left at the owner’s risk.

Courses, classes and workshops organised must be paid for in full and in advance of the start date.

Once a course has started there are no refunds if you decide to discontinue with it, or miss any part of it.

However if you miss one or more sessions within a course it is sometimes possible to attend an alternative class. Please note, this is subject to availability and not guaranteed. Furthermore it is subject to the following terms:

The substitution of classes are allowed subject to availability and at our discretion.

A missed class may only be substituted by an alternative session if we are notified by email 48 hours in advance. Please do not just turn up.

Any alternative classes must be attended with the timeframe of the course booked. Missed sessions cannot be carried forward to future courses.

If you book a place on a course or class and then subsequently cancel the place, the following refund policy will be applied:

  • More than 30 days before the start of the event  – 100% refund minus a 15% administration fee.
  • 30 – 14 days before the start of the event  – 50% refund
  • 14 days or less before the start of the event: non refundable. 

If you book on to a course or class, that is subsequently cancelled by us, we will endeavour to find a suitable alternative, or a full refund will be provided.

Note: these conditions only apply to classes and courses organised by us. For payment conditions associated to classes organised by third-party teachers, please consult the respective teacher.

For 1:1 lessons we require 24 hours notice if you need to cancel a booking, or you may be liable for the cost of the class.

Studio Yoga reserves the right to cancel an Event for any reason, though we will endeavour to do so only in exceptional circumstances or if there are insufficient numbers booked onto a course for it to be commercially viable. Should this happen we will notify you promptly and refund you in full the amount you have paid us for the Event.

The easiest way to do this is online. But you can also book by email, phone or at the Studio. We also accept payment by card, cash and bank transfer (please ask for details).

Please book in advance. We can’t guarantee you a place if you just turn up as spaces are limited and some classes are full.

Advance payment or deposit is required for 1:1 classes to confirm your booking.

Yoga and Pilates are movement skills. You can only improve and make progress with regular practice, as with any other discipline. Therefore our classes are structured as termly courses, roughly corresponding to school terms, and we encourage you to commit to the course. This is particularly important if you are a beginner. However, you can join part way through a course if there are still spaces available. Drop ins are at the teacher’s discretion.
If you miss a session you are welcome to make it up by attending a different group class (not workshops, masterclasses or 1:1 lessons), subject to a space being available. Please check with the teacher first. If you are one of Tamsin’s students you also have the option to join one of the Tuesday morning classes on Zoom. Everyone also receives a recording of the class each week so you can practice it on your own. All classes must be made up during the current term and cannot be carried forward to future terms.

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