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54 The Old High Street




Join us for a truly spiritual experience with musical meditation, philosophical discussion on the Bhagavad-gita and a sumptuous vegetarian feast.


The Bhagavad-gita is an ancient text that describes how to transform one's work into yoga and provides disciplines that allow one to experience God in all things.


"When I read the Bhagavad-gita and reflect about how God created this universe everything else seems so superfluous."

-Albert Einstein



 Hatha Yoga - Wednesday at 6PM


Our yoga classes are suitable for beginners and advanced levels.  We do gentle but deep, traditional Hatha Yoga poses


Yoga is a great way to experience harmony in the body, mind and spirit. It encourages self-growth and self-discovery.


The principles of Hatha Yoga can be applied in our every day lives.  Focusing on mindfulness, breathing and physical movements bring health benefits with regular participation.   Some of these principle are:


  • Let go of your perceptions about your limitations
  • Feel the stretch but feel comfortable at the same time
  • Focus on the 'here and now'
  • Be kind and compassionate to yourself in order to be kind and compassionate to others


(A cup of Yogi tea and freshly made cake is served after class.  Suggested donation £5)




We would like to keep our classes personal and enjoyable , so we limit the number of students to 8. Therefore please book by 12 o'clock on Wednesday by texting 07999110337.

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Morning Mediation  - Saturday 10AM

Meditation calms the mind, improves attention, boosts productivity, and promotes joy, peace and happiness.

Our guided meditation sessions are provided by a trained meditation teacher.  Participants meditate in response to spoken guidance with relaxing music playing.

Whatever your aim is for meditation, guided meditations can help achieve specific goals.  For example, relieve anxiety and stress, self-healing, better sleep.  It is a useful (and cheaper) alternative to target-specific conventional medicine.

Hatha Yoga is acting in a preventative way (not a reactive way) .  It results in a healthier, productive, youthful, happier and more balanced you.

(A cup of Yogi tea and freshly made cake is served after class.  Suggested donation £5)