Yoga Classes in Horsham

athryn invites you to The Joy of Ageless Yoga with Meditation, Qigong, Yoga Dance, Restorative Yoga, Yin Yoga, Yoga Nidra, One to One Yoga, Workshops, Yoga Beginners Retreats, weekly Yoga Classes at Horsham Yoga.

First class is FREE. Nothing to lose but tension. Contact Kathryn now to receive a no obligation trial class to safely begin to explore your potential.

Discover a sense of being at ease a greater range of movement and fluidity.  Here you will find small friendly group sessions and personally tailored private classes adapted to suit for all ages and abilities. Just choose the right time and day for you. Timetable

All Horsham Yoga Classes are supportive, adapted to personal range of movement or ability at any time of life.

Kathryn Varley
Kathryn Varley

Kathryn suggested that I dive into yoga and explore as much as possible. What I discovered was something wonderful behind the different styles and traditions. At the same time, it also raised deep questions which I was able to share with Kathryn and understand more fully with the benefit of her feedback. Kathryn showed me amazing ways that we can always discover more by working within rather than forcing beyond limitations. The outcome was astounding in terms of confidence, inner tranquility, greater range of mobility and in bulding strength and resilience in body and mind. This made me realise what it is that really defines a true, dedicated, compassionate and knowledgeable teacher.

Kathryn’s insight, instinct and sensitivity is unsurpassed. She works intuitively on every level; including the energetic. She has an uncanny way of tuning-in to every one in the room so it feels like she is offering a one to one session. It is profound. She is though, kind and gentle and has a way of guiding which is both authoritative yet nurturing. I recommend Kathryn as an insightful and knowledgeable yoga practitioner, a true yoga elder, transmitter of deep wisdom and knowledge of immense value. Rare abilities to find in this increasingly frenetic and hurried world we live in. Thank you Kathryn. FT Horsham

The essential teachings of yoga were written some 1500-2000 years ago and are given to us today in the Yoga Sutras as the ethical practises of yoga. There are ten principles known within the teachings as the Yamas and Niyamas. These help us navigate the 8 fold path, perhaps with a little more ease and with less suffering. And they serve as a foundational support for the teachings within the classes.

Out beyond ideas of wrong-doing and right doing is a field. I will meet you there. Rumi