Choose a class at the level of experience, pace and teaching style that suits you:
starting yoga: learn the fundamental principles to ensure you strengthen & improve suppleness without strain. A grounding in the basics of Yoga, including aspects of pranayama (the breath work) and asanas (the postures). Gain a deeper understanding of your energy - physical, mental and emotional, and how you spend and recharge it.
enjoying yoga: Reinforcing the basics, plus the next steps in developing your postures and technique. Beginners or those with experience.
core strength class: draws on both yoga and pilates, and teaches the fundamentals for both. Techniques to help you tone your abdominal muscles and strengthen your back.
gentle yoga: a gentle class with variations suitable for all levels. Gentle yoga can bring, gently and steadily, positive change and benefit to our mind and bodies. Suitable for pregancy. See gentle yoga
pre and post natal yoga
yoga Nidra and yoga for sport
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Classes run all year round - you can start at any time. Days and times on class timetables
injury or back pain?
Both yoga and pilates can be helpful in recovering from injury or easing a chronic condition such as back pain. Be sure to speak to your teacher, so that she can allow for your condition. Don't expect miracles, but care and persistence usually produces results. We believe in a holistic approach to your health, and work closely with medical practitioners and therapists where necessary.
Our timetable provides a class level key:
1 = Beginner
2 = Intermediate/advanced
G = Gentle; A = Active
need advice or help?
Beginners are very welcome at BoCo. Not sure where to start, or whether yoga or pilates are for you? If you need advice on the type and level of class that would be right for you, call Karin or Khatun on 0208 399 3930.
A one-to-one session with a teacher will give you more detailed guidance, so you can feel confident in joining a class that is right for you.
Our highly experienced teachers have inspired several members to go on and train as teachers. BoCo teachers are running a Foundation course and a teacher training course now. These courses are accredited by British Wheel of Yoga. The teacher training course is influenced by the teachings of Prof. T. Krishnamacharya and his son TKV Desikachar.
Regular practice of yoga will:
Yoga is for all ages - our members range in age from their teens to their 70s and 80s
Khatun embraces the many styles of Yoga in her teaching. Her classes are varied, insightful and will help you to discover the ‘effortless effort’ so valuable with your practice. Discover all that you never knew that your body could do. Photo
Colin teaches an advanced class with attention to the quality of the breath within the postures. His distinctive style will ensure you deepen your understanding of yoga in general and also the subtleties of gently working your socks off!
Berenice teaches a style of yoga focusing on connecting breath with movement to enhance well-being and joy. Students will come away from a class feeling realigned and peaceful.
Roxanna’s classes include breathwork and chanting and have a meditative feel.
Mandy has always been particularly interested in the meditative aspects of Yoga and is passionate about the ancient practice of Yoga Nidra and the teachings of Advaita. Mandy runs our Yoga Nidra workshops. Photo
Amy teaches Post Natal Yoga. Her teaching is imbued with warmth and humour to keep it fun and non-competitive. She started yoga while at school in Northern California and has been practising yoga for over 18 years. She later trained at TriYoga and is certified by the British Wheel of Yoga. Photo
For more information on the above teachers, see teachers
Moreyoga and pilates in Surbiton and Kingston
6 Electric Parade, Surbiton, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT6 5NT 0208 399 3930