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Keep up with your New Year’s resolutions and try some calming yoga in 2020

Fancy getting some exercise in but don’t see the appeal of jumping on a treadmill? Why not try out yoga! This low intensity work out is rewarding for both your mental and physical health, so check out our favourite yoga classes in Bristol and start practicing your downward dog.

Yoga Kutir

Various Locations

Focusing on the classical study of Hatha yoga, Yoga Kutir offers classes from beginner to intermediate in Bristol. Expert yogis Rory Viggers and Dory Walker offer workshops, group classes and one-on-one tuition, as well as a huge selection of relaxing UK-wide yoga retreats. Based primarily at Clifton Library and Pavey House, these regular sessions provide the perfect opportunity to relax and recharge with skilled instruction. Battling with essay deadlines? Yoga Kutir offer discounted sessions for students that’ll certainly help you focus your mind!


10-12 Picton Street, Bristol, BS6 5QA

A self-declared ‘oasis in the city’, Yogasara aims to offer a revitalising and relaxing community in the heart of Bristol. A place for mutual empowerment, love and freedom, this spot is perfect for those looking to get in touch with their inner peace. You’ll find an abundance of yoga classes on offer week-on-week, including empowering Shine Yoga, mindful Hatha yoga and de-stressing Breath of Life yoga. They also offer a selection of workshops, all of which boast a safe and comfortable environment for both beginners and experts to get involved with.

Bristol YogaSpace

Princes Place, Bishopston, Bristol, BS7 8NP

At YogaSpace, the highly qualified instructors practice a style of yoga called Viniyoga, which is breath-centred and therapeutically oriented. Their ethos is to encourage people finding their own style of yoga and slowing it down, working at a pace in which you feel comfortable. This attitude lends itself perfectly to pregnancy and postnatal yoga, with classes running throughout the week. You’re welcome to just drop in as and when and babies are welcome at their Baby & Me yoga classes. Pregnancy classes are even two-for-one, so you can enjoy the opportunity to try it out and see if it suits.

Urban Yoga

Various Locations

Fancy giving it a go but don’t know if you’ll be any good? Beginners are, of course, welcome at all of the yoga schools above, but Urban Yoga offers a free taster session for everyone interested! Providing fitness and wellbeing through mindful movement, these classes are run by a qualified yoga teacher, sports and massage therapist - an expert in using yoga to overcome injuries, problems, fear and limitations. They even offer Fitness Chair Yoga, for those with mobility issues who want to use yoga to get fitter, stronger and more mobile!