What’s next on your Yoga journey

Yoga class, hands in Anjali mudra

We hope you have enjoyed your recent course with Brighton Yoga Foundation and that you have felt the many benefits of yoga.  Of course, yoga works best when it is practised regularly and becomes a part of your everyday life. 

Because of funding, we can’t always run all our courses all the time so we have outlined some ways you can continue your yoga practice in the community. These include affordable classes and studios and some videos for home practice.

Brighton Yoga Foundation Teachers - community classes
The classes below are run by our outreach teachers.

Teacher Class Description  Where When Booking Details 

Helen Moss 

Therapeutic Yoga

Movement, breath and rest practices to soothe the nervous system. 

UMEUS, a & b, 16 Cambridge Mews, Hove Thursdays 10-11am £8,  2 spaces, £12 four spaces


Helen Moss 

Gentle yoga movement, breath and rest to support a calm state of being.  Yoga @Varndean

Varndean School, Ditchling Road

Wednesday 7-8pm £5 or £10. Pay to please your budget. Bring a mat. 


Indie Foolheea

Yoga in the Village 

The focus is on creating space in all ways. Through slower movements, you'll move through different shapes that help release

Portslade Village Centre, 3 Courthope Cl, Portslade, Brighton BN41 2LY

Tuesdays 8pm 

£8 drop in, £26 four class pass. Mats provided.


Indie Foolheea

Pranayama for all bodies of Colour

A space to share, connect and breathe together. We'll start with a short check-in, followed by practice together, closing with time for reflection or sharing. This is for anyone that identifies as Black, Brown, a person of colour or part of a racialised community

Online via Zoom (Zoom app not required to join)

Wednesdays 7.30am


Sliding scale drop in: £5 Community, £7 Supporter. £15 four class pass


Tammy McCann Community Yoga

An inclusive class exploring the 8 limbs of yoga. Classes will explore postures (some restorative, some stronger), breathing techniques (pranayama) and meditation, with yoga philosophy woven throughout. 

Tues - Zoom only 

Wednesday Zoom or in-person at About Balance Brighton 

Tuesday 6-7.15pm 



12.20 -1.30pm
Community class 

Tues £10/£7



Wed £5 Book HERE

Tammy McCann Yoga for Stress Relief

A therapeutic approach to bring balance to body and mind. An hour of unwinding through mindful movement, breathwork, and restorative postures. These practices aim to cultivate a feeling of spaciousness and calm.

Zoom or in-person at About Balance Brighton  Thursday 5.30-6.30pm £10 / £6



Hannah Lee- Weller Lovebrook farm  an opportunity to access community, nature, and wellbeing.  Tuesday is volunteer day. People to join  between 10am-1pm, to share in a variety of tasks, suitable for all ages and abilities - and then a community lunch between 1-2pm Book HERE
Lisa Nicholls Rider Chair yoga - an accessible class for those that find it challenging to practice on the floor.  Brighton Buddhist Centre.  Weds at 10am - 11.15am.  1st class is free then £10 or £8 concessions


Sam Hart Yoga for All 

Friendly, approachable community classes for people of all abilities. My classes are fun, relaxed and inclusive and work towards a calm mind, a stronger, more flexible body and above all, a greater sense of well-being.

The Space,  92-98 Northease Drive Hangleton

BN3 8LH 

Wednesday 12pm

Saturday 8.30am 

£10 per class

£5 concessions

First class free




There are many studios in Brighton which offer accessible and affordable classes, including:

About Balance, 20-22 Gloucester Place, Brighton

Brighton Natural Health Centre, 27 Regent Street, Brighton

UMEUS Foundation, 16 Cambridge Mews, Hove


We have also pre-recorded some classes especially for our community,  so you can practice in your own time. You can find them here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/6966500-
Password: Community2020

*This is a working document and will be regularly updated. If you have any questions or would like any advice please contact byfoutreach@gmail.com or contact the teachers/ studios directly.