Yoga in Wivelsfield

Yoga in Wivelsfield

Find the class that is right for you


  • Yoga classes in Wivelsfield Green are held in the Wivelsfield Church Hall and the Wivelsfield Village Hall, Renshaw Room.
  • Classes are kept small with a maximum of 10 people to ensure everyone gets enough attention and personalised help.
  • Bring your own mat and other equipment – if you don’t have your own, click here for my recommendations or send me a message to borrow one for your first class.
  • There is ample and free parking both at Church Hall and Village Hall
  • Find the current schedule here

If you are unsure about which class to pick, send me a message and I’ll help you pick the one that will suit you

Women performing Warrior II pose in a yoga class

Vinyasa flow

The Vinyasa Flow classes are a creative exploration of the body. Taking the body through its full range of movement, building strength and resilience right at the end of the comfort zone will help it expand.

During the class there will be moments where we slow down, bring focus to a particular joint or muscle for maximum awareness and effect. There will also be moments of free exploration where we bring focus to our own body, experiment where our limits and abilities lie, rebalance muscles, tendons and joints for a harmonious body that we enjoy moving and using.

Whilst not being a fitness class, these classes will be more physically demanding and require some fitness and body awareness beforehand to be able to fully enjoy and safely move through the poses. 

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Suitable for all levels, apart from complete beginniners

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Great for improving strength & flexibility

Woman stretching on a yoga mat

Gentle Yoga

A slower paced class, designed for recovery and mobilisation. By moving the body in a gentle way we improve our body awareness.

Which leads to a better understanding of how the body works, how small changes can have a big effect. Both in the way that our back feels when we are in the office as well as our stride when we are running for example. Improved body awareness also leads to a better understanding of our emotions, such as when we are hungry/full, tired and need rest or tired and need a walk.

These classes are perfect for anyone who wants to balance strength and flexibility. Whether you feel limited by your body or are active somewhere else and want more holistic movement aimed at recovery and wellbeing. 

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Suitable for all levels & age groups – especially beginners & anyone with anxiety or physical obstacles

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Great for improving mobility and joint health

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Restorative yoga

Restorative yoga is slow, postures are held for 5-10 minutes each. This allows full relaxation both physically and mentally. The poses are chosen in a way to maximise restoration.

Calming the nervous system impacts the whole body, including the digestive system, blood circulation, hormones as well as our mental health. When we teach our body how to relax in restorative yoga we can use that knowledge to help us fall asleep easier or to calm down in stressful situations. 

This type of yoga is beneficial for all body types, ages and experiences. Whether you are generally a very active person who has trouble switching off, or someone who struggles with your body. This class is usually the most popular one as the benefits are extraordinary and can be felt straight away.

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Suitable for all levels & age groups – especially beginners & anyone with anxiety or physical obstacles

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Great for improving mental wellbeing and physical recovery

Class Locations


Wivelsfield Village Hall

Eastern Rd,
Wivelsfield Green,
Haywards Heath,
RH17 7QH

Wivelsfield Church Hall

Church Lane,
Wivelsfield,
RH17 7RD,
United Kingdom

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Pricing

Class optionPrice
First ClassFree
Drop-in Class£10
10 class pass valid for 12 weeks£80
Unlimited monthly membership£60