Classes

Our typical weekly schedule of yoga classes in Cambridge and Hauxton appears below. For the ‘live’ schedule, which captures any changes or cancellations, please view our booking page.

You can find venue addresses, maps and directions on the Class Venues page, and information about prices and class passes on the Pricing page. We have yoga mats and other equipment available at all of our class and workshop venues.

If you have any questions, and/or you are interested in private yoga sessions, then please contact us.

Mondays

6:45*am-8:15am – Ashtanga Assisted Self-practice (Mysore), The Bodywise Studio, Cambridge
*you are welcome to arrive to begin your practice at any time from 6:30am onwards, as long as you are finished by 8:15am

The first Monday of each month is a led class (but note that Bank Holidays will push it a week later):
7:15pm-8.30pm – Ashtanga Led Half Primary, Hauxton

All other Mondays are assisted self-practice:
7:15pm-8.30pm – Ashtanga Assisted Self-practice (Mysore), Hauxton

Tuesdays

6:30pm-8.00pm – Ashtanga Assisted Self-practice (Mysore), Hauxton

Wednesdays

6:45*am-8:15am – Ashtanga Assisted Self-practice (Mysore), The Signal Box Centre, Cambridge
*you are welcome to arrive to begin your practice at any time from 6:30am onwards, as long as you are finished by 8:15am

Fridays

7:00am-8:45*am: Ashtanga Primary Series Led Class, The Bodywise Studio, Cambridge
*note that it is not necessary to know and/or be able to practise the complete Primary Series – you can stop where appropriate and complete the closing sequence, and so you may finish well before 8.45am.

Saturdays

Saturday morning classes in Hauxton:
We run a Saturday morning (9-10.30am) class at the Hauxton studio every month or so – the date for the next one will appear here very soon!

Saturday workshops in Cambridge:
These also happen every month or so – the date for the next one will appear here very soon!

About Moon Days

It is traditional to take a rest on both new moon and full moon days. This is related to the influence of the moon cycle and is beautifully explained on senior Ashtanga Yoga teacher Tim Miller’s website: http://ashtangayogacenter.com/moon-days. We decided to keep the classes running on these days but encourage students to use them for either a gentle practice or meditation/pranayama.

Also, it is recommended that women refrain from a full-on physical practice on at least the first two days of their period. Like the moon days, this also has to do with energy, which is generally low on those days. So it is a good idea to listen to your body and give it the rest it needs.

Talk to us if you are interested in learning a restorative routine for moon days.