See also: Wednesday (Yoga for Men)


Join me for a relaxing and calming yoga class on Tuesday evenings at St. Mary’s Parish Hall in Nantwich, Cheshire. We’ll focus on deep relaxation, stretching, exploring the body, breath and mind to help improve your well-being.


Classes take place Tuesday between 7pm and 8:30pm, please arrive between 6:35pm and 6:55pm.

Please bring a mat and any other props you need, or reserve a loan mat in advance (I need to know to bring it).


The venue is located off Hospital Street and can be found using the post code CW5 5RQ for the car park (free after 6pm). Entrance is through the front door, which will be unlocked, take the door on the left as you come in, walk upstairs. First door right in front of you, also next to the new lift.

£8 cash or £8.15 for card payments (chip+pin, contactless, Samsung Pay, and Apple Pay). 


Yoga pose drawing | Free SVG


Yoga is an ancient practice that has been shown to have a wide range of benefits for both physical and mental health. Some of the general benefits of yoga include:

  1. Physical fitness: Yoga can help to improve flexibility, strength, balance, and cardiovascular health.

  2. Stress relief: Yoga can help to reduce stress and tension through the use of mindful breathing techniques and relaxation poses.

  3. Improved breathing: Yoga can help to improve breathing by increasing lung capacity and helping to control breathing.

  4. Better sleep: Yoga can help to improve the quality of sleep by reducing stress and tension in the body.

  5. Improved focus and concentration: Yoga can help to improve focus and concentration by promoting mindfulness and relaxation.

  6. Better mental health: Yoga can help to improve mental health by reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression, and increasing self-awareness and self-acceptance.

  7. Increased self-awareness: Yoga can help to increase self-awareness and self-acceptance, which can help to improve overall self-esteem and well-being.

  8. A sense of community: Practicing yoga with others can create a sense of camaraderie and support.

  9. Low-impact and adaptable: Yoga is a low-impact form of exercise, which makes it suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels. It can be adapted to suit different abilities and disabilities.

  10. Mind-body connection: Yoga practices help to connect the mind and the body, which can have positive effects on overall health and well-being.

Overall, yoga can be a powerful tool for improving physical and mental health, promoting overall well-being, and fostering a sense of community.