New to Yoga?

Urgent Notice


Due to the COVID-19 virus we have had to close our physical space for the time being we have taken our classes online until the crisis is over however please note you can only do online classes with us if you have practiced with us before we are not allowed to take on new clients online, we do hope to see you when we open our space back up.

Welcome to Yoga Jo’s!

Below we we have listed some information to help you navigate your first visit to the studio and decide which classes you would like to explore. You will find more details on yoga styles and the classes here. Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions we haven’t answered.

We have a first time user deal available Thirty days of Yoga for £30. We recommend you buy this and try as many suitable classes as possible in the 30 days.

First Time User Deal


Try our first time user deal £30 for 30 days of yoga and try as many classes as you like in 30 days.

Can only be purchased by first time users

Class Levels

All classes in the studio are split into these levels to help you to see which are suitable for you.

Beginners Level – Absolute Beginners

Level 1 – beginners or those looking for a slow/moderately paced class
Level 2 – been attending classes regularly for at least 6 months and ready for a challenge
All Levels – open level class, pace and postures will be modified to suit all levels
Beginners Yoga Class
This class is on a Monday evening at 18.15 and is the perfect place to begin your yoga practice. A general class designed to introduce you to the basic asana (postures), breathing and mindfulness practices. We recommend you attend this class for at least 6 weeks.

Here are the other options for beginners if a Monday evening doesnt work for you or you want to do more than one class we have categorised these as dynamic and slower paced but they are all suitable for beginners: 

For a more dynamic style try:
  • Emily’s beginners Astanga on a Wednesday morning at 11.15 am. 

  • Sinead’s Hatha class on Thursday evening at 7.30 pm

For a slower paced class try:

  • Soul Flow with LJ  on a Monday at 9.30 am

  • Emily’s gentle Hatha class on a Tuesday at 12.00 pm​

  • LJ’s Yoga for Relaxation on Wednesdays at 7.45 pm
  • Mairi’s Yin and Restorative class on Thursay’s at 11.45 am​

  • Melissa’s gentle hatha class at 12.15 am on Fridays

  • Emily’s Relax and Unwind Hatha class on Friday evenings at 6.15 pm​

  • Melissa’s Yin class on a Sunday at 10.30 am 

 Remember mysore astanga practice is also suitable for beginners and is one of the best ways to practice yoga.  You just have to make sure and complete the Introduction to Yoga course before coming along.

Introduction to Yoga Workshop

We recommend this course for everyone practising with us. If you wish to practice astanga with us you must complete it.
This informative 3 1/2 hour workshop is held every couple of months throughout the year. It must be pre booked. The workshop is for beginners to yoga or those who would like to deepen their understanding of the eight limbs of yoga (astanga). Jo will give the background knowledge necessary to give the practitioner a good understanding of the fundamentals of the practice. You will also be given modifications of postures to allow you to personalise your own yoga practice.

You can attend classes before doing the workshop but please sign up at some point, it really will help you get the most out of your visits.