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Class Descriptions (FAQ Below)

Ghosh Yoga

Seeking to improve posture, spine and core strength?

Ghosh Yoga is for you!

Ghosh Yoga is a therapeutic, rejuvenating practice for the health of body & mind. Postures are brought together to work on a system of tension & release / effort & stillness.

Classes are for beginners & regulars, easy to follow and with healthy amounts of challenge to progress both body & mind in strength, relaxation & understanding.

If you have practiced 26&2 or Bikram you will find familiarity with the practice and have the opportunity to explore extra postures & exercises from the core 84 asanas of the Ghosh Lineage.  

Ghosh Yoga is challenging enough that it never becomes easy but easier as the body changes shape & becomes stronger, there is always someplace new to work into. As we shift through effort & relaxation we also shift through our parasympathetic & sympathetic nervous systems, helping to quiet the mind and release stress and anxiety. 

Generally we don't flow one posture into the next as many yoga practices do, instead we steadily practice a posture with full effort then stop, find stillness to relax and prepare for the next posture and so on.

What to expect:

Specific muscle engagement/relaxation with easy follow cues

Postures for leg, core and spine strength

Varied breath exercises


Improved Posture

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Scott Lamps & Ida Jo of Ghosh Yoga


Gravity Yoga / Myofascial Release 

This is an all-levels practice is not only enjoyed by yogi's and fitness fanatics but also ANYBODY feeling tightness & stress in the body.

What to expect:

Targeted Flexibility & Mobility Training. Passive tension, slow deep stretching for myofascial release giving you better range of motion and mobility.

We train specific tight areas such as hamstrings, back, hips and total body. Designed for sports to increase athletic performance. This practice enhances range of motion, gait, mobility, speed and recovery times.


Perfect for:

The typical student who enjoys the benefit of flexibility training is ANYBODY suffering tightness & stress in the body. Typical athletes are run/swim/cyclists, tennis players, golfers, surfers, bootcamp & weight trainers, climbers, dancers, martial arts, equestrian, yogis and those who have physical-manual jobs.


Powerful and dynamic. Beginner friendly classes designed to build strength, flexibility and balance of body & mind. 


What to expect:

Fast paced, dynamic classes that focus on strength. Expect planks, jumps, squats & core-work using a mindful approach for own body alignment, pairing movements with breath. Ashtanga-Vinyasa / Power Yoga beginner style classes.


Perfect for:

  • Deep core, pelvic floor & spine health

  • Leg & upper body strength

  • Balance & overall strength & flexibility

  • Stress management 


Hot Classic and Hot Classic Therapeutics 

Ghosh yoga inspired, practiced in a heated studio  at 40-42° degrees / 40 - 50% humidity. This is both an energising & strengthening practice for the total body. All levels.

What to expect:

Inspired by Ghosh principles finding the therapeutic value of postures and exercises that stretch, strengthen and challenge body & mind. 

Perfect for:

  • Targeting strength in major muscles groups

  • Practicing breath control

  • Managing stress

  • Seeking challenge - physical & mental

  • Enjoying heat


  • Plan to arrive 10-5 mins before class

  • Advise of any injuries/conditions to consider during practice. New or old.

  • There may be music played at medium-low volume, advise if this needs your consideration

  • Lighting is medium-low, advise if this needs your consideration

  • Bring your own exercise/yoga mat.

What To Wear & Bring:

  • Wear clothes you would feel comfortable exercising in. Elastic waists are usually more comfortable and shirts that don't fall over your head when you bend forward are more practical. No socks or shoes to help better engage the body and avoids slips & trips.

  • You may want water available


What does it cost?

£12 Single Class Pass

£10 per class if purchasing a 5 or 10 Class Pass

Is it inclusive?

YES yes and yes. Yoga is for EVERYBODY. All I ask is that you are at least 16 years old.

I'm NOT flexible, do I need to be flexible?

No, this is why we do it.

What do I bring?

Just yourself, a mat if you have one. Mats & props are provided at BSY if you would like to use them.

What do I wear?

Wear clothes you would feel comfortable in.

Can I eat & drink before practice?

It is better to have a more or less empty stomach, ideally try not to eat too much for 2-3 hours before class. If you do need some snacks just keep it light, try fruit, veg, eggs etc. Hydration of clear fluids is important, water, herbal teas etc. Try not to drink huge amounts just before a class, your stomach will thank you in upside-down and compressed poses!

How often should I practice?

Practice once a week and you’ll feel the difference. If you can, two to three times a week is optimum for the body and for progressing your practice. That said, if 2-3+ times per week is unrealistic, one class per week or when you can is better than nothing at all. Do what you can, when you can and celebrate what you do!

Do I need any similar experience?

No, all classes are for beginners+

When is the best time to start?

The sooner the better!

Do you speak in Sanskrit/other languages?

No, I use easy to follow pose names and terminology 

I'm pregnant, I've been referred to yoga, can I attend your classes?

Unfortunately these classes are not suitable for pregnancy at any stage. They are suitable from 6 weeks postpartum with medical professional approval.


Let's breathe, have fun
& stay Strong!

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