The front desk is open from 10am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday and 10am to 1pm on Saturdays. At other times when classes are taking place, teachers will ensure access for students.
We have two studios, both with plenty of natural light and wooden sprung floors. Please check the board to ensure you go to the correct studio. You can find more information and photos of the studios on the 'our studios' page.
what to bring and wear
Mats and blocks and other equipment are provided. Some people, however, prefer to bring their own. Towels are not provided. We recommend that you wear loose, comfortable clothing, eg leggings, shorts or tracksuit bottoms and a T-shirt or vest top.
safety and medical conditions
Students are responsible for their own safety in classes. If you have a health condition, it is your duty to check with your GP whether you should participate and to inform the teacher.
Drop-in classes provide the greatest flexibility as they do not need to be booked in advance. Simply turn up and pay at the front desk or directly to the teacher when the desk is closed. Prices are £9 for most classes, with a £1 discount if you bring valid proof of concession status eg student ID. Entry is on a first come, first served basis.
Ten and twenty session drop-in class cards can be used to save money for all classes on the drop-in timetable. They are valid for three months. Class cards cannot be used for courses. There is a discount if you're eligible for concession status (so the cost is £70 or £120).
Courses need to be booked in advance online, by phone or in person. They last between 5 and 10 weeks. The advantage is that you build on from what you have learnt each week and practise with the same group of people each time. The price varies according to the course in question.
Why not treat someone to a class, series of classes, a course or a workshop and help them work towards improved wellbeing? Gift vouchers are available all year. Just pop in and buy them at the centre or call us on 01273 600010 to purchase over the phone.