If you are interested in yoga but not sure about joining a public class or gym class, perhaps a small group session is a good way to start.

These sessions might be one, two or three people so you can spread the cost with your friends, partner, or family members, making private tuition accessible.

These sessions can be at your location or my studio, the content will be whatever you are interested in for example:

  • Help! I want to try yoga but don’t know how?to public classes and what 

  • Yoga 101 - basics, types of yoga, popular postures, and sequences

  • Build your own home practice, I will provide a practice plan, run the video:


The use of yoga as a supplementary practice will  undoubtedly improve the performance of any sports person. 

The benefits of yoga in sports have been documented and attested within sport, whether this is building physical strength and flexibility through an asana practice, improved respiratory function with breath training or improved concentration and focus through and mindfulness training.


Online cycling specific yoga classes are aimed at improving performance through a targeted strength and flexibility  programme enabling you to supplement your training or post injury rehab.

A series of 4 progressive classes, each session is 45 minutes and will introduce new postures building up to a home practice plan that can be modified to your needs.

If you are interested, please enquire below:


The article below is written from the perspective of a runner - not a yoga teacher – and in language a runner would relate to.

Sarah Ramsden, the author, is hugely knowledgeable in yoga and how this will help athletes. 

I am fortunate to have studied under the Sarah, my style and public classes are designed around this intention. I am also a runner and still enjoying my running at 60 years in. Yoga really will help!