New Prices - From 1 March 2018
New Client Offer
Unlimited classes for 30 Days - Only £30*
*For new clients only. Valid for 30 consecutive days from date of first visit and cannot be extended. Proof of identity will be required on your first visit.
Monthly Auto Pay (6 months minimum commitment) - £75
One Month Unlimited - £90
Three Months Unlimited - £240
Annual Pass - £750
5 Class Pass - £45 (£9 a class) - Valid for 3 months from purchase
10 Class Pass - £80 (£8 a class) - Valid for 4 months from purchase
20 Class Pass - £150 (£7.50 a class) - Valid for 6 months from purchase
£12 (valid for 1 month from purchase)
We give concessionary rates for senior citizens, registered unemployed and full-time students .
- 5 class pass £35 (£7 a class)
- 1 month unlimited pass with no ongoing commitment £75
- Unlimited pass paid monthly paid by direct debit (minimum 6 month commitment) £60 per month
To rent a mat for the hot yoga classes costs £1. Towels can also be rented for £1.
Please refer to individual course or workshop for their price and how to book.
New Client First Half Price Class Pass for just £40
Continue your yoga journey with a half-price 10 class pass for £40.00 or a half-price unlimited pass for £45.00. Available to purchase up to two weeks after your New Client Offer finish date.
Beginners Course Offer - Half Price Class Pass
Taking a beginners’ course with us? Continue your yoga journey with a half-price 10 class pass for £40.00 or a half-price unlimited pass for £45.00, available up to two weeks after your course finish date.
293A Deansgate (behind Philip James Estate Agents and opposite The Hilton Hotel)
0161 834 6283
Meet the Teachers
After dabbling with various types of yoga, Beth discovered Kundalini yoga on a retreat in Egypt in 2007 and quickly realised how powerful this practice was, making her feel great both during and after.
Kundalini yoga allowed her to reach a place of peace in a particularly difficult and stressful time in her life, and she soon realised that she wanted to share this life changing practice with others.
Beth’s classes are a dynamic blend of postures, pranayam(breathing), mantra and meditation, which will teach you the art of relaxation, self healing and mental elevation. Her passion for music and mantras is evident in her powerful and uplifting classes which are taught in a loving, warm and compassionate way.
Birth Preparation Workshop for Couples
With Maryline Higham
Invite your birth partner to a one-off preparation class. Friendly, informative and hands-on session on natural pain management techniques and postures, for an active and serene birth experience.
Tuesday Beginners 6 Week Yoga Course
With Karen Hadgett
This 6 week course introduces the classic body of yoga postures (asanas) and basic sequences, including sun salutations. A focus on healthy alignment principles and an introduction to breathing practices (pranayama) will help build strength, flexibility and create a foundation for your yoga practice.
In this course, students will receive personal attention from an experienced teacher week to week providing an ideal environment for learning.
Yoga for Anxiety 6 Week Course
With Mick Timpson
A six-week course of yoga based meditations, practices and techniques for calming the mind and body.
Saturday Beginners Yoga 6 Week Course
With Susi Wrenshaw
This 6 week course introduces the classic body of yoga postures (asanas) and basic sequences. A focus on healthy alignment principles and an introduction to breathing practices (pranayama) will help build strength, flexibility and create a foundation for your yoga practice.
With Sue Diamond (Hodgkinson)
This workshop will begin with a focused flow, designed to help you to locate and switch on the core and strengthen the upper body in preparation for inversion practice.
We will practice the main inversions: headstand, shoulderstand, forearm stand, chin stand and handstand with some funky variations! You work with the wall and in pairs so everybody feels confident to go upside down!
Yin Yoga Workshop
With Fiona Finsbury
Fiona will guide you through a sequence of still, grounding Yin Yoga postures which are passively held for long periods of time.