Please note: there will be no class on Friday 13th May. Class WILL be on as usual on Monday 16th May. There will be no classes from Tuesday 17th – Friday 20th May.
Monday 9.30 -11am Standings Class – Zoom/ Calderdale Yoga Centre, Hebden Bridge)
Tuesday 9am – 11am – Mysore-Style Self Practice – Zoom / Home Studio
Wednesday 9am – 11am – Back Bending (Fully led) – Zoom / Home studio
Thursday 7am – 8:45am – Guided Class (Theme will vary) – Zoom only
Thursday 9am – 11am – Mysore-Style Self Practice – Zoom / Home Studio
Friday 9am – 11am – Primary Series (Fully led) – Zoom/ Home Studio
To access the classes follow this link:
The password is 582719
Payments – Zoom
For zoom only classes, please pay as much as you can in order to enjoy the experience;
(but equally please never let money be a barrier to joining in with class)
send financial contributions to
Mr M J Miles
Acc No: 95170790
Sort Code: 60-16-16
Alternatively you can use this PayPal info:
Payment – In-person
If you are attending in-person, class prices are £10 drop-in, £45 for a 5-class pass. You can pay by cash or card.
Want to deepen your Ashtanga practice? This intensive online course is intended for students who have been practising Ashtanga for more than a couple of years, with or without a consistent teacher. You should be familiar with the Primary Series and happy to practise in a Mysore-style (not led) class, probably with a frequency expectation of four times a week or more. If you’re practising less than this you may well have difficulty finding the time to carry out the homework and integrate it into your practice.
The full course is only £130. Check out Joey’s introduction to the course below and visit Love Yoga Anatomy for more details.
Want to study yoga with Joey but can’t make it to class as often as you’d like? Why not watch Joey’s many online yoga and meditation classes at EkhartYoga.
EkhartYoga offers high quality online yoga and meditation videos, for practising yoga at home: your place, your time, your way.
Joey has a rare blend of rigour in the tradition and flexibility where it’s useful, and his teaching is so clearly informed by profound commitment to and love of yoga that it is always deeply inspiring. His own physical virtuosity is never an obstacle in communicating and relating to his students, which he does with great kindness. He always brings a beguiling mix of pragmatism, humour and discipline to yoga. I count myself very lucky to have had Joey as friend, guide and teacher these last ten years.
– Lucy May Constantini, Triyoga TT graduate, dancer, Aikido practitioner