Frances teaching a yoga class


Beginners is suitable for new students or those with less than two years experience.

Basic yoga postures (asanas) are taught to develop strength, stamina and flexibility, and are suitable for any age group.

If you have experience from another form of yoga and would like further information on Iyengar, please contact to discuss which would be the most suitable class for you.

Yoga class in session


General yoga class levels are for students who have been attending Iyengar yoga classes regularly for at least two years.

Classes are more intensive than at Beginners level and you will be introduced to a wider variety of asanas, for example, Sirsasana (head balance) and Sarvangasana (shoulder balance). In addition, general classes will introduce pranayama into some of the classes.

Man and woman in push up position on yoga mat


Intermediate classes are for students with at least four years experience in Iyengar yoga. You will be confident with maintaining Sirsasana (head balance) and Sarvangasana (shoulder balance) and will have established an independent / home practice.

Work will be more demanding than at General level and asanas are studied in more detail.

Woman doing head stand on a yoga mat


These IN STUDIO advanced classes are for students, teachers and trainees who have been practicing yoga for more than 5 years and are ready to use their basic knowledge to explore the connection between poses.

You will be confident with Sirsasana (head balance) and Sarvangasana (shoulder balance) and be curious about developing your Iyengar practice.

This will be a monthly class led by Senior Teachers in Glasgow.

We look forward to helping you progress your skills in Iyengar Yoga

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The gentle class offers those with minor physical ailments, pain and age-related challenges the opportunity to continue with their yoga practice. It is suitable for beginners and those with a more developed practice.

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Yoga Connections

A class to bring together the basic asanas in a flowing sequence to prepare you for self-practice or simply to use sequences to highlight connections between the poses.

Frances standing with her back to the camera and her hands around her back.

Self Practice

Perhaps you have no space at home to self-practice? Maybe you don’t have much equipment? These sessions open up the studio to students keen to build up their own practice. Frances will always be in attendance to answer any questions you may have.

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