Hatha Yoga is known as yoga for the physical body 'Ha' = Sun and 'Tha' = Moon, it explores the opposites in our lives, yin and yang, light and dark, hot and cold, hard and soft. 

Vinyasa comes from the Sanskrit term nyasa, which mean’s ‘to place in a special way’, to flow fluidly between a sequence of postures synchronised with the movement of breath.

My personal yoga practice and style of teaching are influenced by the traditional practice of yoga postures (asana) breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation which is greatly influenced by my teachers, working with my own injuries as well and working with hundreds of clients through KCR. All of which provide a set of tools to increase awareness of the body, help to reduce injury, improve health and promote longevity. 

Everyone comes to yoga for different reasons. My approach is a holistic way of living for transformation, self awareness and exploration, working towards achieving balance in the mind, body and spirit. In classes expect to work strongly but with a gently approach to support your body's capability while finding stillness and peace of mind. 



Vinyasa Yoga


A flowing vinyasa yoga class linking breath and movement. Vinyasa means to place in a special way. Each class is different but will included a lot of the same postures. Each week is focussed on different body parts or themes. Expect to sweat, to be challenged, to build strength, lose weight and gain flexibility. 

Suitable for all levels

Recovery Yoga


Recover from injury, stress, your week . . .  life! We need to slow down to balance out the activity in our lives. Life is frantic, chaotic and stressful. Join us of a yoga class of yin + restorative postures which are like mini meditations to help deepen your range of motion, targeting the connective tissues, relax the nervous system and build resilience. Essential class for those who need to slow down, live very fast paced lives, have an injury or take part in sport. 

Suitable for all levels




Similar to Tuesday evenings class however this class is for a traditional 90 minutes, giving time to move onto more advance postures.

A flowing vinyasa yoga class linking breath and movement. Vinyasa means to place in a special way. Each class is different but will included a lot of the same postures. Each week is focussed on different body parts or themes. Expect to sweat, to be challenged, to build strength, lose weight and gain flexibility.

Suitable for those who have practiced yoga /  have a good level of fitness

Yoga Mini Series - Yoga Therapeutics

WEDNESDAY | 7.15 - 8.15pm • 60 MINUTES

Over 4 weeks we will cover some of the most common issues we see from our clients and offer a yoga class to help support various injuries. Classes are suitable for all levels, come along to one class, choose all 4 or the just the classes that appeal to you.

  • 18th April - Yoga for Upper Back, Neck and Shoulders
  • 25th April - Yoga to help relieve Lower back Pain
  • 2nd May - Yoga for Athletes / Sport - Recover quicker and gain the competitive edge
  • 9th May - Yoga for Stress, Anxiety and Depression

Suitable for all levels

Book a one off class or go to our packages section to book more than one class.



  • Booking essential
  • Classes are £10 drop in or £40 for 5 classes.
  • Class package valid for 3 months
  • Class can be cancelled or reschedule up to 24 hours in advance



PLEASE NOTE: Classes must be cancelled or reschedule 24 hours in advance. You can do this by clicking Change / Cancel booking at the bottom of your confirmation email or by logging into the booking system. You can find out more information here. Classes not cancel or reschedules will not be refunded.  


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I’ve been doing yoga with Jo for a while now and can’t recommend her highly enough. She strikes the perfect balance for me between challenging you physically and giving you a workout but also ensuring that you leave relaxed and energised. Love it!
— Ruth Hollis


+ What classes are available?

See our timetable above or click here to book.

+ Where are classes held?

All our classes are held at The Barn, Netherton Farm, ML7 5TT. 10 mins from Bathgate / Armadale, 15 mins from Livingston.

+ I have no experience of yoga, can I still attend?

Absolutely, there is no experience required. You do require a good level of fitness or experience of yoga for the Thursday 7.30pm class however all our other classes and events are suitable for all levels. I always give various options of postures so you can choose what is most suitable for your body.

+ What do I need to bring?

Just yourself, maybe some water. I have all the equipment you will need, if you do have your own yoga mat and would like to bring it along, please feel free. You may want to wear layers and some cozy socks for relaxation.

+ What do I wear?

I like to wear layers, a vest top, then long sleeve top of jumper. It’s good to have the options (I hate feeling cold). A tight fitting top or something that has a drawstring tie as there are inversions (down dog, headstand, handstand, shoulder stand) during the class so expect to go upside down at some point! You don’t want your top falling over your head! You’ll be bending, stretching, twisting, so it’s important to be comfortable. And don't feel like you have to spend money on fancy yoga clothes for your first yoga class, it's more important that you're come along to practice.

I like to wear tighter fitting trousers, when moving into downward facing dog, your trousers can fall towards your knee, not that this is a huge deal but it helps to just keep your focus on your body and breath and let go of any insecurities and worries about your clothing. [Read more here][2]

+ Is there space for me to change?

There are toilets downstairs that have space for you to change if coming straight from work

+ Is there somewhere safe for me to leave my things?

We want to keep the studio as clutter free as possible, if you have a small bag you might leave it by your mat otherwise you can leave your bag downstairs. We are the only people using The Barn, we may have clients coming in and out along with other coming to class however you're belongings will be safe. But if there is anything you don't want to leave in your bag, then please do not bring it with you.