• Hereford Yoga Centre

    Welcome to Hereford Yoga Centre

    Hereford Yoga Centre is the city’s first professional, fully-equipped facility dedicated to the practice of yoga. It is run by a community focused not-for-profit organisation.

    Yoga Classes

CLASS BOOKINGS

Class bookings can be made via the platform Vagaro – You can download the Vagaro app  or alternatively book online.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us should you have any difficulty with the app: info@herefordyoga.co.uk

BEGINNERS, GENERAL, INTERMEDIATE AND SPECIALIST CLASSES AVAILABLE.

BOOK SINGLE CLASS PASSES, OR BULK-BOOK WITH OUR 5-CLASS AND 10-CLASS BLOCKS (available through the package button or tab)

YOGA IS NOW ON PRESCRIPTION! Know someone who would benefit from 10 free yoga classes?

 

Since our inception as a Community Interest Company in 2014, it has been our ambition to offer free yoga via the NHS. You can imagine then how excited we are to be piloting a project with Belmont, Cantilupe and Wargrave surgeries in Hereford. This Social Prescribing programme is funded by Herefordshire Community Foundation, the Fred Bulmer Trust and Sport England.
We are specifically trying to reach people who haven’t done yoga before, and to break down any perceived barriers to participation. Even if prescribed by the GP for free, people might find it daunting to come to a new place for the first time; they might struggle with access to transport; they might need some reassurance about what to bring and where to go.
If you know anyone who is registered at Wargrave, Cantilupe or Belmont that would benefit (or yourself of course!) get them to speak to their GP to grab a free prescription! They are in limited supply!
Feel free to drop us a message or email us at info@herefordyoga.co.uk with any questions you have.
#YogaOnPrescription

EXCLUSIVE ONLINE COURSE – ‘Yama in Asana’

Join Jenny-May for an exclusive 5-part online course focussing on the yamas (yoga’s universal ethical disciplines, experienced through the practice of asana, poses).

How can we practise the yamas through asana? 
What does each of the yamas mean, how is it experienced and how can that experience be applied in practical terms both on and off the mat?
The yamas are the first ‘limb’ of yoga; the universal ethical disciplines that lead to successful social living. Jenny-May will teach 5 pre-recorded sessions of around 75-90 minutes per class, exploring each ethical principle through a particular ‘family’ of asanas:

Ahimsa – non-violence (with standing poses)

Satya – truth (with forward bending poses)

Asteya – non-stealing (with back bending poses)

Brahmacharya – continence in desires (with abdominal and seated poses)

Aparigraha – non-covetousness (with restorative poses)

We will send you a bespoke web link to a private YouTube playlist where you will have unlimited access to all 5 classes. They’re yours to keep! All we need from you is an email address linked to a Google account to enable access via YouTube. That’s it! (If you need tech support, get in touch).

The guideline price is £100 but we are also offering the course on a ‘pay-as-you-feel’ basis. Once purchased, the course content can be rewatched as often as you like. Please get in touch if you’re interested. Suitable for everyone with some experience of Iyengar Yoga.

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