Videos & Audio Files

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Yogic Breathing

(Dirga Pranayama)

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Sun Salutations

(Surya Namaskar)

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Yoga Blog

Musings from the Mat


Useful Links to Interesting Organisations

Southampton Yoga Association

Run monthly Saturday yoga sessions with a variety of teachers and styles

The Minded Institute

Training and courses for Yoga Therapy and Mental Wellbeing

Yoga Sanctuary

Where I did my first Yoga Teacher Training in Southampton


A group of my fellow yoga teacher friends follow Sri Anish and offer workshops and retreats with inspirational songs, yoga, teachings and discussions.

New Energy Yoga

Independent Yoga Studio in Winchester (where I teach)



You can buy perfectly good equipment yoga from many high street shops and online. However, it is sometimes tricky to be sure you are buying a quality product. I am happy to offer advice and recommend that you take look at the website.

Your yoga mat is your best friend when practicing yoga. I recommend a 'sticky mat' (which is textured rubber, rather than a smooth foam one). The mat should be at least 4mm thick to offer comfort when kneeling (thicker if you want extra support). The thicker your mat the harder it is to balance, so you might find it easier to step off a thick mat onto the floor for some poses.

Unless your hips are very flexible, it is good to sit up on a yoga block or blocks or a cushion when sitting still. This lifts the hips up higher and allows the knees to drop down when cross legged. It is not necessary to sit cross legged if this is difficult for you.

A blanket is helpful to place under sensitive knees and/or under your head for relaxation if you find your chin is higher than your forehead. Extra layers (or a blanket) are also nice for when you are in relaxation as your body temperature drops when you are still.

Occasionally I will use straps or belts (as an option if your arms don't reach for certain poses) but any belt, tie or dressing gown cord will serve the purpose.

Gift Vouchers

Receive a gift voucher by post or as a PDF to print out at home.

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New to Ananda Yoga - 2 classes - £9 (or £6 online)

Everyone gets to try one class for free, so buy them an extra one off class with this voucher to get them started.

Five Face to Face Ananda Yoga Classes 

Online Beginners' Yoga Course 
Six weeks of 1hour 15 minutes of yoga classes covering the basics with weekly handouts.

Private Yoga Party Class 

Your own online yoga class for you and your friends to celebrate a special occasion or just because you want to get together and practice yoga.

Ananda Yoga voucher - £25 (or any amount of your choice)

Spend this on a workshop, put it towards a Beginners' Course or book some classes - the choice is yours.

All gift vouchers must be redeemed (not used) within three months from the date of purchase.