Coming Up

Sarah McLusky

Workshop; Getting Started with Yoga

Saturday 4th Sept 1.30-3.00pm £10

Are you curious about yoga, but a bit intimidated? Maybe you're worried that you're not flexible enough to do yoga or that you're too old, or you don't have the right kit? Or have you started doing yoga online and are thinking about venturing into a live class for the first time? This relaxed and friendly workshop will go over the basics of what to expect in a typical yoga class, some key poses and how to adapt them, and how to choose a yoga class that suits you. All welcome! Contact me at to book.

Course: Yoga Basics 5 weeks

Sundays 5.30-6.30pm

starting Sunday 19th September £30 for course

Are you interested in trying yoga for the first time? Or returning after a break? Or maybe you’ve tried yoga before, but found it hard to follow? This five-week course will focus on building confidence in key yoga poses and sequences, with adaptations to suit your body. We will also explore some different styles of yoga and delve into a little yoga philosophy. Hopefully, by the end of the course you’ll know your downward dog from your cobra, and will feel confident enough to join a regular class.

All welcome! Contact me at to book.

NEW Kundalini Yoga Workshop Saturday 4th Sept 2021

Teacher;- Judith Dodd

Saturday 4th Sept 1.30-3.30 pm

This Kundalini Yoga workshop will be an introduction to this form of yoga, exploring what it is and what the short and long term outcomes are of practising. I will be taking people through each component of a typical class, including a full Kriya and relaxation with the gong. I would invite people to bring a yoga mat, blanket, water and an open mind. Hope to see you on the mat! Email me at to discuss or book a place.

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Past Events

Pilates re-starting at The Yoga Station Friday 28th February 2020

Teacher;- Clare Briggs

Friday 11.20-12.30pm

Clare says;

"I discovered Pilates whilst marathon training and initially found that it helped me to train more efficiently and avoid injuries too. I also found that practicing Pilates had a pronounced beneficial effect on my mental wellbeing. This is what inspired me to study Pilates and qualify to become a teacher. I practice Pilates regularly and I feel this compliments my training invaluably. I am passionate about the benefits of Pilates to both the body and mind and feel so excited to have completed my instructor training and can’t wait to share my practice with you all."

Sunday 15th Sept 11-3pm: Open Day at The YOGA STATION

Have you ever wanted to try Yoga but been too embarrassed or scared to go along to a class? Well The Yoga Station on platform 2 Whitley Bay Metro Station is running an Open Day on Sunday 15th September from 11-3pm. Free taster sessions for a mother and babies class, a Yoga ‘Gold’ class, a Hatha and Ashtanga class will be available for you to try on a first come basis. The Yoga Station provides all the equipment necessary, all you need to bring is yourself and to wear comfortable clothing. The sessions will last 30 minutes.