Yoga Classes in Brighton & Hove
Our Yoga teachers cater for all levels and abilities. Our small group yoga classes and experienced teachers ensure you get the attention you deserve throughout your class for maximum benefits. If you have any concerns about whether you should attend a yoga class please discuss with the teacher.
To get full benefits from yoga a regular attendance will promote your understanding of the yoga class and help you to get the most from it. Our yoga teachers offer class passes to ensure you can attend more for less cost to you. Why not buy 10 classes for £90 (saving £30 over a 3-month expiry period), or 20 classes for £165, 4-month expiry, saving £75).
- 1 x Yoga Drop-in: £12
- 5 x Yoga classes: £50
- 10 x Yoga classes: £90
- 20 x Yoga classes: £165
Prefer to pay monthly? Why not sign up to our Monthly Unlimited Plan for £90/month. Access all online and in-studio Yoga classes for one monthly cost. No contract.
Due to Covid-19 you will need to bring your own mat to class. We have socially distanced the studios to allow on 6 students per class (usually 14) and we will be LIVE STREAMING at the same time. So if you are shielding or high risk, you can still join our classes from the safety of your own home.
Online Prices - 1 x Yoga Class £8, 10 x Yoga Classes £65.
We are now also delighted to offer a Monthly Unlimited Yoga and Pilates package for only £90 per month. (Choose from over 40 classes a week online or in-studio)
No sign-up fee, no contract, just pay as you go £90 a month (valid from first class taken, cannot extend) Purchase and book here
This is a graceful flowing practice that creatively fuses the elements from other hatha methods, primarily Ashtanga and Iyengar, depending on the approach of the particular teacher. Each class is original and creative, focuses on the marriage of breath and movement and blends the artistic expression of the human heart with universal principles of alignment or bio-mechanics of the body.
Hatha means Yoga of the body. Therefore all Yoga involving the body is Hatha Yoga. Hatha is a very general term that can encompass many of the physical types of Yoga. If a class is described as Hatha style, it is probably going to be slow-paced and gentle, and can provide a good introduction to the basic Yoga poses
The Ashtanga series (8 limbs – Asta means 8) is a system of Raja yoga (complete system or Royal system) characterised by having ‘8 limbs’ developed and brought to the west by K. Pattabhi Jois. The immediate and obvious focus is on the physical aspect ‘asana’ featuring intelligent sequencing (called Vinyasa Krama) designed to bring greater understanding of the body and mind to the practitioner.
Yin Yang Yoga aims to cultivate a balanced practice. ‘Yin’ postures are long held and seated, targeting the connective tissue, joints and ligaments. This side of the practice helps with joint mobility & is also deeply meditative, engaging with the meridian lines & releasing ‘stuck’ energy. The ‘Yang’ postures & practice are more dynamic and engage the muscles, developing strength & flexibility. Yin Yang Yoga encourages engaging with foundation and alignment through standing postures & flowing movement.
Mysore Self Practice is the traditional way of practising yoga. Traditionally the teacher takes the student through the sequence of Ashtanga step by step – usually as a daily practice. Julie offers one self practice class at Revitalise currently, the Sunday class is offered as a self practice class for students who have been to some led classes, know some of the sequence but want to take things a bit deeper.