WEDNESDAY
6.30–8.30am / online

Mysore practice (ashtanga vinyasa yoga)

Beginners and experienced ashtangis.

£12 / £10 low income / free for those in financial hardship. (14 places.)

Booking

Starts 30 September

9–10am / online

Midweek Moves (conscious dance)

All welcome – no dance experience needed.
£10 / free for those in financial hardship. (14 places.)

Booking

SATURDAY

Except for the last of every month

*Please note that in September this class is on every Saturday except for 19th*
8.30–10am / St Marks Centre Greenwich

Mysore practice (ashtanga vinyasa yoga)
Beginners and experienced ashtangis.

£14 / £12 low income; six-class block-booking card £72 / £60. (8 places.)

Booking

Last Saturday of every month only

*Please note that in September this class is on Saturday 19th*

11.30am–1.30pm / Greenwich West Community and Arts Centre
Greenwich Moves (conscious dance)

All welcome – no dance experience needed.

£14 / £12 low income / £10 financial hardship. (18 places.)

Booking

SUNDAY

8–9.30am / online

Led ashtanga vinyasa
Experienced ashtangis and those who are already fit and can pick up movement quickly.

The class is recorded and is available for one week to everyone who books, so if you missed it you can catch up.

£12 / £10 low income / free for those in financial hardship. (14 places.)

Booking

4–5.30 / online
The Sunday Restore (restorative yin yoga)
All welcome. No fitness or flexibility needed.

The class is recorded and is available for one week to everyone who books, so if you missed it you can catch up.

£12 / £10 low income / free for those in financial hardship. (14 places.)

Booking

One-to-one work
Phoenix Rising yoga therapy, and one-to-one classes and sessions of all kinds, are now happening both in person and via Zoom. Please contact to book.

Yoga / dance beginner? Confused?
There are lots of options for you to start dancing or yoga. Please have a look around the website to see what's on offer and then get in touch. I can help you to choose something appropriate for you.

To know the way and not to practise is to be a soup ladle in the pot and not taste the flavour of the soup.”—Buddhist saying