Beginners, General, Kids, Restorative, Seniors, Teens, Therapy and Trauma Sensitive

Yoga is a century’s old practice where mind, body and spirit are unified through breath, movement and stillness recognizing any conscious attempt at modification in one area initiates comprehensive change in our entire system leading to increased mental, physical and spiritual well-being.

Yoga is a spiral of purpose driven by intentionality where you are invited to spring up towards new positive experiences and awareness whilst deconstructing the “historical” mind/body created from past experiences. It is a powerful tool to relieve the stresses of modern-day life and attain peace within yourself. No matter your size, shape, physicality or stage of life…Yoga is for Every-Body.

Yoga at Mithraels is personalised within small, private groups in a warm, safe and supportive environment. Tailored to suit individual requirements whilst focusing on sensory/felt experiences to strengthen the mind/body relationship and create healthy neural pathways leading to:-

  • Reduction of Anxiety, Stress and Depression.
  • Alleviates negativity associated with past experiences.
  • Improves breathing, fitness, mobility, strength and concentration.
  • Provides relief from back problems and sciatica.
  • Creates Hormonal and Emotional balance.
  • Re-energising or calming the nervous system.
  • Deepening your inner connection with your true nature.


Do I have to book into the class or can I just show up?

Classes are small and private so booking is essential. If you have any queries or questions please feel free to contact me before coming to a class.

Do I need to bring my own mat?

All equipment is supplied but you are welcome to bring your own mat.

What style of Yoga do you do?

Classic Hatha/Iyengar principles utilizing props for accessibility and Trauma sensitive principles to ensure your yoga experience is one of comfort and safety.

What should I expect in a class?

Classes are conducted barefoot and run for 90 minutes. Beginning with relaxation/breathing and followed by a series of postures before completing with relaxation/meditation.

Can I do Yoga if I am not flexible?

Definitely ☺ Yoga is for every-body and assists with flexibility, focus, mobility, strength and emotional resilience. All you need is a willingness to turn up without expectations and be kind to yourself.

What do I need to wear/bring?

Comfortable clothing you can easily move and lie down in as well as your own water bottle. A private change room and toilet is available for your use.

Can I attend if I am pregnant?

Yoga is usually OK in the first trimester if you already have a regular yoga practice. However, it is always recommended to check with your doctor and contact a specialist pre/post natal yoga teacher.

“The goal of Yogic transformation is realized in contemplative practice. This is the sacred journey home – to who you are. This journey is not achieved by travelling, but by being still”

– Patanjali’s Sutras