“Keep the body strong and healthy, keep the mind serene and calm – these are the philosophies of yoga.” ~ C. Subramaniam

I prefer to work in smaller groups (usually no more than 10 students), so that I can give individual attention when it is needed. When learning yoga asanas or poses, the first step is starting to combine breath and movements – this demands concentration and so gradually you also learn how to focus the mind. Practices are designed to invigorate and relax the body and the postures complement one another, leaving you feeling worked but also refreshed. I also teach breath control techniques (pranayama) and, as classes progress, meditation.

Classes normally work on a half-termly basis and a theme is developed over the successive weeks.

If you would like more information or would like to come and try a class, please get in touch.

 Current weekly classes:

Tuesday: Intermediate Class 6.45-8.15 pm- Redhill School, Haverfordwest


Yoga for MS: 1.30-2.30 – Bloomfield Centre, Narberth

Mindfulness for those with MS and their carers: 2.45-3.45pm – Bloomfield Centre, Narberth

Intermediate Class : 6.30–8.00pm – Curtis House, St David’s

Thursday: Intermediate Class: 9.30-11.00am- Paul Sartori, Winch Lane, Haverfordwest


Intermediate Class: 9.30-10.45am – Bloomfield Centre, Narberth

Beginners’ Class: 11.00-12.15pm – Bloomfield Centre, Narberth



Saturday 6th January, 2017: 10.00am–1.00pm
Redhill Preparatory School, Haverfordwest

Detox and Transform – a Yoga Workshop to start the New Year

After Christmas and New Year it is a good time to look after the fire energy in the body which can become depleted by overconsumption and too much partying! The workshop will be an opportunity to start the year with some energising yoga practices and with some practical ways to set a good routine for the new year in place as well as clearing out Christmas excess.

To book, please contact me.