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Classes

Weekly Practice

Classes are run by University of York’s Yoga Society and take place on campus in James Hall. (Map)

Monday 12.30pm - 1.30pm

Non-members £3.50 per class plus 50p for mat rental, members pay £1.50 per class and mats are free to borrow.

Tuesday 5.15pm - 6.00pm

Non-members £3.50 per class plus 50p for mat rental, members pay £1.50 per class and mats are free to borrow.

Relax on campus

Student yoga classes are held during term time on the University of York campus.

Monday 12.30pm - 1.30pm - James Hall

This class is run by the University of York’s Yoga Society Non-members £3.50 per class plus 50p for mat rental, members pay £1.50 per class and mats are free to borrow.

Monday 6.15pm - 7.15pm - Vanburgh College, V/N/123

£3 per class, no need to book, just drop in

Tuesday 5.15 - 6.30pm - James Hall

This class is run by the University of York’s Yoga Society Non-members £3.50 per class plus 50p for mat rental, members pay £1.50 per class and mats are free to borrow.

Wednesday 6.00pm - 7.00pm - Goodricke College

£3 per class, no need to book just drop-in.

Additional Information

If you’re new to yoga classes you might have a few questions before you join.

What should I bring/wear to class?

A yoga mat can be provided for your first class, after which you will need to bring your own.

You don’t need to wear anything special for class, just comfortable clothes which you can move freely in.

You also might like to bring a bottle of water and a nice blanket to keep you warm during relaxation.

Will I need to register before I join?

I ask everyone who joins to fill in a short registration form at the beginning of their first class. Please arrive 15 minutes early to your first class so that we can chat through the structure of the session and I can get to know you a little better.

I'm a complete beginner, does this matter?

Not at all! Most of my students attend class as a complete beginner. Classes are for all levels and I always offer variations, there will always be something you can do! If you’re feeling a bit nervous about coming to your first class then you might want to try a one-to-one session first, where you can be introduced to yoga in your own space.

I'm not very flexible, is yoga for me?

Absolutely! This is the perfect reason to come to a class. If you attend a regular yoga class you will naturally develop your flexibility.

How can yoga help me?

There are many reasons why yoga can help you, but to name just a few…

Through the physical postures (asanas) and the practice of controlling the breath you will develop increased flexibility, strength, muscle tone and improved respiration, energy and vitality.

As we flow through our practice, synchronising breath and movement, we create a moving meditation that calms the mind and helps eliminate stress. At the end of class you will feel relaxed, renewed and restored – something we all need in our busy lives!

Get in Touch

If you have any questions about my classes or yoga in general then please get in touch with me via my contact page.

Mandie is a fantastic yoga teacher and such a lovely person, her classes have a really good vibe and I love going to them. She makes everyone feel relaxed and happy in class and encourages everyone to get the best out of them. - Katie H

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Mandie's classes are a highlight of my week, she is so calming and funny, and has really improved my confidence with yoga. - Evie E
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