Yoga Class Schedule - Bristol

Our inspiration.
Classes are inspired by our study of classical teachings of Hatha yoga in disciplines that include Iyengar, Sivananda, Satyananda, Krishnamacharya, Scaravelli and Dona Holleman's Centered Yoga system. Hatha yoga focuses on the physical (asana) and pranayama (breath work) aspects of yoga. Hatha yoga can be powerful, gentle, dynamic and restorative. It can be practiced in many forms including vinyasa, mala and holding postures for a longer period. We are inspired by a broad range of classical Hatha practices weaving their forms and expressions into the classes.

I am still feeling the positive effects from my break. Dory, by far, is the best teacher I have had in 18 years...

Our classes.
Classes includes Asana (postures), Pranayama (breathing exercises), and guided relaxation. Standing, inverted, forward bends, back-bends, sitting, balances and twistings are practiced with a different focus each week. Working with principles that include rooting, anatomical precision and alignment, 'not doing', hara (energy centre), intension, universal forces, peripheral vision and awareness, students are encouraged to uncover their own true posture.

(Classes can book up quickly so please book in advance to ensure a mat space - thank you.)

Classes are instructed by either Dory Walker or Rory Viggers

Our students.
Classes are suitable for all levels (except for complete beginners - we recommend that you enrol on one of the beginners courses), from those that have practised a little yoga through to intermediate, experienced practitioners and yoga teachers - variations are given accordingly.

Rory is one of the best teachers in Bristol, by regularly attending his classes I have been able to achieve a moving meditative experience that has inspired me to continue to grow and develop my own practise. Rory is committed to continually develop and share a depth of knowledge that continues to inspire.

All Levels

Suitable for anyone who has practised some yoga to those that practice regularly, intermediate and experienced practitioners, and yoga teachers. 

Not suitable for complete beginners.

Monday / 6pm - 7pm
/ 7am - 8am
/ 8pm - 9.30pm
/ 6pm - 7pm
 / 6.30pm - 8pm
Sunday / 6pm - 7.30pm

Clifton Library, Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4BX


For complete beginners, those who have practiced a little, and for anyone that wishes to have a systematic introduction to the theory and practise of yoga postures, breathing exercises and guided relaxation.

Beginners Classes run in a course format.

Starts Wednesday 10th January 2018 / 7.15pm - 8.30pm
(7 Week Course)

Starts Wednesday 7th February 2018 / 8.45pm - 10pm
(7 Week Course)

Clifton Library, Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4BX

Full Beginners Course info here.

Course Start Date:
Book Course


Not suitable for complete beginners.

Yoga Foundation Series (8 Weeks)
Starts Thursday January 18th 2018
/ 8.15pm - 9.30pm
Continuing on from practices explored in both our beginners courses and All Levels classes, we look at further principles and theory, expand on pranayama (breath work) techniques, explore variations of postures, and look at the foundations for more challenging postures (headstand, shoulder-stand, arm balances). A course designed to both continue further learning, get back into your practice and to systematically work through a full range of asana (forward bends, backbends, twists, standing, inversions, etc) with more explanation and structure than a regular 'drop in' class. 

Clifton Library. Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4BX

Workshop / Date:
Book Workshop / Course

Workshops / Events

New Years Yoga Day
Monday 1st January 2018 / 10am - 4pm (1 hour break)
Clifton Library, Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol, BS8 4BX

We once again start the new year with a whole day of yoga practices.

Working through full cycles of several asana sets (including standing postures, backbends, twistings, forward bends, inversions), we end the holiday period with energy, grounding, focus and clear intentions.

The asana work will be woven together through a number of principles that include breathing practices, 'not doing', hara (energy centre), intension, universal forces, peripheral vision, full body awareness, mantra and total attention.

Full details

Workshop / Date:
Book Workshop / Course


Monday / 8.15pm - 9.30pm
The next course date is TBC - full details here.
Clifton Library. Princess Victoria Street, Clifton, Bristol, BS8

What to bring / wear?

Yoga mats are provided but feel free to bring your own.

Wear loose, comfortable clothes that you can easily move in.

Avoid a heavy meal 1.5 hours before the class. 

We provide blocks, straps, blankets and eye cushions if you wish to use them.

Class Prices & Payment

Classes can be booked as 'drop in'. Please use the online form to reserve/book a mat space.

Drop in prices: 
60 minutes - £10 (£8 Cons / Students)
75/90 minutes - £12 (£9.50 Cons / Students)

If you plan to attend regularly then save money on a 10 Class Card (lasts three months).

10 Class Card Passes
10 x 90 minutes: £100
10 x 60 minutes: £80
Mixer Card Pass (5 x 60min / 5 x 90min): £90

Student / Concession Class Pass
10 x any class (60/90 mins): £70

Class payment methods: 
Cash, debit card, online transfer, paypal, voucher, card pass

Contact us

If you would like further details about classes or would like to enquire about private classes, please get in touch.