Yoga is about nourishing yourself physically, mentally and emotionally - so you can be the best version of yourself.


Students in my dynamic flow classes can expect to flow mindfully from posture to posture through sequences designed to develop healthy body mechanics. This yang style of yoga makes you feel energised and awake as you move through poses, aligning movement with breath. Practising in this way focuses the mind, strengthens and tones muscles and burns away impurities by firing up the digestive and lymphatic systems.

In my yin classes, students are invited to slow down, take stock and stay in posture so that the mind can become quiet and knots of tension can be released. In yin yoga, postures are held for at least three minutes whilst sitting or lying with a passive body. This meditative practice is excellent for combating the symptoms of stress and is a wonderful compliment to yang styles of yoga, such as dynamic flow.

What people say:

“I love taking your classes - they stretch me but give me confidence in my abilities” - Lynda

“Although I’m feeling my years and cannot do all I could when younger, your lessons keep me flexible and full of energy” - Patricia

“Ruth’s classes are great, whether you're a beginner or at a more advanced level.  I always feel relaxed yet refreshed.  I can't recommend her enough” - Tara

I’ve been suffering with back pain for years and Ruth is very considerate to my needs - making me aware of alternative postures. I find her class extremely beneficial, physically and mentally” - Mana

“I’ve been to Ruth's classes for a couple of years now.  She’s thoughtful and considerate - always encouraging you to do what’s right for you.  I always leave feeling vibrant and energised in my mind and body” - Helen

“Ruth is a wonderful teacher! She makes each class interesting and challenging. I’ve learnt so much from her -  and I am way stretchier now!” - Natasha