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Yoga and Wellbeing Classes at Goldfinch Create and Play

Our yoga and wellbeing classes include prenatal yoga, mum and baby yoga, baby exercise classes and yoga classes for 16 years +.

 Our adult yoga sessions will improve your well-being, reduce anxiety and help to strengthen you physically and mentally. And our baby yoga and exercise classes are a fun way to stretch, workout and connect with others.

Prenatal Yoga

A space for you to breathe and flow whilst nurturing your growing baby. Relax and move through gentle postures and breathwork followed by calming relaxation.

Work on building muscle endurance and flexibility needed for childbirth. Pregnancy yoga can also help improve sleep, alleviate lower back pain, and reduce stress and anxiety.

Mum and Baby Yoga

Relaxing, sociable postnatal mum and baby yoga sessions that help you recover from pregnancy and birth, whilst bonding with your baby. 

Enjoy some simple and relaxing yoga poses and flows, sometimes holding baby, sometimes engaging with them whilst they are on their favourite blanket. The sessions work on building your strength, helping you feel confident in carrying your baby day to day.

Baby Exercise

 A workout for you with baby, enjoy a blend of barre, low impact exercises, yoga and pilates.

It’s not just for mums, if you are a parent, carer, grandparent or auntie, why not come along and enjoy this class with baby. We’d recommend you join once baby is at least 4 months old.

Yoga Sessions for adults (16 yrs+)

Energising and Power Vinyasa, Pilates and Yin Yoga

Improve your posture, flexibility, strength, and overall wellbeing. Begin your day on a refreshing note with sunrise yoga.

Embrace the energising flow of morning and evening vinyasa sessions. Strengthen and tone your body with invigorating pilates.

Conclude your week with a serene Sunday evening Yin Yoga session, perfect for slowing down and unwinding.

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“I attended yoga classes with Chrissie at Goldfinch, the classes were brilliant”