Coronavirus Update:
Since 2020, the pandemic has changed how many of us live and how we seek yoga classes;
Many of us work from home, or find ourselves at home a lot more, so why not bring the yoga to our home?
These days I offer a hybrid of yoga classes, with Zoom online classes (I can teach you whether you at home or at work) and classes in venues

SEE MAIN YOGA CLASSES page for my current timetable: click on


Feedback from a student who attended my online yoga for first time
: “Well I’m a convert. I absolutely loved that session. Many thanks. I was supposed to be on a yoga retreat this weekend. So I feel I haven’t missed out completely, best wishes.” – Rachel P, November 6th, 2020

“Being able to do your yoga classes online during lockdown was incredibly helpful and helped me maintain peace, calm and well-being – one of the highlights of lockdown! It’s inspired me to get back to regular practice. Thank you Gary.” Charlotte C, August 2020

“Thoroughly enjoyed the class. Regretting I hadn’t joined earlier.” JH, June, 2020

“I have enjoyed the last two classes you have taken. I find it helpful that you are instructing rather than showing/doing as I find it makes me concentrate far more on the posture itself and how it feels, rather than how it looks!” – Chloe H, June 2020

To read more testimonials: see

If you wish to join one of the classes above, please email me, or if on my mailing list see your inbox for latest links to the classes. When you book I will email back the link for Zoom and this is how you can join the class. You will need to download the Zoom app prior to the class (ALLOW TIME TO DO THIS), see
Email me for details.

Please note disclaimer: I am not responsible for accidents in own home during a yoga class, eg furniture etc close to you during class.

Gary’s style of teaching is based on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras: a traditional approach with a focus on asanas (postures), Gary teaches yoga postures with attention to the anatomical detail based BKS Iyengar’s approach plus the sequencing of postures based on the flow of Ashtanga Vinyasa, he also teaches traditional pranayamas (breathing exercises) and how to meditate (based on yoga traditions and Buddhist meditation practices). Want to know more? See his Testimonials page, go to
Gary has been teaching since 2002 and practising yoga since 1995 – see his biographical information, go to