Every time you step on your yoga mat you become part of an ever-evolving and powerful tradition that has the power to transform your body and life.
Yoga Sessions To suit you
All sessions are tailored to your body and level of practise. We consider your personal goals, as well as any pre-existing health conditions or injuries and create a bespoke session just for you.
One-to-one or small group sessions
Choose the privacy of a one-to-one session or share with a partner or friends. With a My Method teacher you will always receive the personal attention needed to develop good technique, and you won't feel left behind or held back.
Our teachers come to you
Book a session to your home, office or wherever you are. All you need is space to lay a mat.
yoga session types
Yoga sessions typically involve specific postures (asana) and breathing techniques (pranayama). They may also include a period of deep relaxation or meditation.
A steady-paced, alignment focused class, designed to build strength and balance in the body, increase flexibility and focus your mind.
Dynamic & Sport
Choose from faster-paced flowing sequences to increase fitness, all-round strength, tone and flexibility or targeted exercises to improve your performance in a chosen sport.
Gentle & Therapeutic
Gentle and restful yoga to nurture your energy, restore emotional balance and develop a sense of calm. Restore the body to optimum health with a targeted approach that’s ideal if you’re feeling stressed or depleted. Also excellent for older adults, anyone with injuries or chronic health issues.
Pre and post-natal
Specialist support from experienced teachers throughout your pregnancy, helping you prepare for birth, manage any health issues and gently recover your core stability.
Inclusive, fun and flexible sessions for every generation, from toddlers to teens to grandparents.
Every time you step on your yoga mat you become part of an ever-evolving and powerful tradition that has the power to transform your body, your mind – and your life.
Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of modern yoga are asana (postures designed to increase strength, flexibility and mental focus) and pranayama (breathing techniques to manage physical energy and aid concentration). The practice originated in India about 5,000 years ago; about a century ago it began to gain traction around the world and entered a phase of rapid evolution that continues to this day. In the ensuing melting pot of global yoga, traditional beliefs have blended with a more modern understanding of biomechanics and psychology to create a rich and varied range of approaches.
Yoga is an excellent way to increase physical activity, especially strength, flexibility and balance. Evidence shows that regular yoga practice is beneficial for people with high blood pressure, heart disease, aches and pains (including lower back pain), depression and stress.