Weekly Classes in Bristol, Stroud & Frampton

NOTE – Easter Break now until Tuesday 23rd April

FRAMPTON on SEVERN – Monday mornings 11.00am-12.15pm

Frampton Village Hall, The Street, Frampton on Severn, Gloucestershire GL2 7ED

STROUD – Tuesdays 10.15am-12.15pm (NOTE: pre-booking for this one class is essential – text me on 07968 493452 to see if there is space that week)

Applegarth, Park Lane, South Woodchester, Gloucestershire. GL5 5HW

Please park in the Church car park on St Mary’s Hill and walk a few hundred yards up to Applegarth. Yoga mats, blankets are provided but if you would like to bring your own, please feel free. @SoulSimple Retreat Centre www.soulsimple.co.uk

BRISTOL – Tuesday evenings from 6.30 – 8pm

St Michael’s Parish Hall, Cotham, Bristol BS2 8BE (Directions below)

Bristol class also available on MoveGB

STROUD – Thursday evenings from 6.00pm – 7.00pm 

Stroud Yoga Space, 26 Nelson Street, Stroud GL5 2HH

Classes are £10 drop in (or 5 classes for £45) and £12 for the Tuesday morning 2 hour class (pre-book only for this one class).

You can pay cash in class, or email me for online payment details.

All classes are suitable for all levels, beginners welcome.  Apart from the Tuesday morning class, the classes are drop in (so no need to book)

Please email me kirsty@lovingtheyoga.com if you’d like to receive a weekly email outlining the class for that week.

About the classes…

Please feel free to call Kirsty on 07968 493452 if you have any questions before your first class

Each class will be different as we will be focusing on a particular aspect of ourselves each week, however the structure of the class will remain the same… and all classes will work on strengthening our nervous system and balancing our glandular system, increasing our vitality, and reducing our levels of stress.

A typical class will include:

  • Tuning in chant
  • Warm up exercises which will prepare you for the yoga set (kriya) to follow
  • Kriya – a series of exercises designed to affect a particular aspect of yourself
  • Deep relaxation
  • Meditation
  • Tuning out chant

Useful information

“Absolutely amazing class. I have never done anything quite like this before (have done yoga) so was a bit nervous. Kirsty is an incredible teacher who holds the space brilliantly. I can’t wait until next week!” Rachel

Please bring…

  • A yoga mat (if you have one)
  • A blanket for the deep relaxation
  • A bottle of water

It’s best to practice on an empty stomach so try not to eat for 2 hours before the class starts

Wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes

Please feel free to call Kirsty on 07968 493452 if you have any questions before your first class

Bristol Venue details:

St Michael’s Parish Hall
(located within the grounds of St. Michael’s on the Mount Primary School)
St. Michael’s Hill,
Park Lane
Bristol BS2 8BE



Go right into Woodland Road off Park Row, then turn right into Cantock’s Close…keep going into Medical Avenue, at the T-junction at end turn left then follow round bend, then right again through school gates ….and park in school playground (for free).

Or if you start on St Michaels Hill, come to the bottom of the hill, turn right onto Perry Road, and find ZeroDegrees, on the other side of the road is a narrow little lane called Lower Church Lane, drive up and turn left at the top, then right at the end and right again into the car park.

“I’m a newcomer to Kundalini, and after a taster elsewhere was overjoyed at the serendipity of finding a class where I live. After my first class with Kirsty I was totally hooked, in a way that I never have been with any class of any art, craft or sport before. I feel now like it’s the practice for me, for life. Kirsty exudes happiness and enthusiasm and it’s infectious and uplifting. I particularly like her introductions to the theme of the practice, her depths of understanding and knowledge, her clear explanations and reminders – setting the context, and helping to tune out of mad-land and tune into the class and particularly the self, where the encouragement to close your eyes and concentrate on your own particular practice and development helps foster a lovely relaxed, non-comparative atmosphere. Equally she explains those breathing exercises inappropriate for those with certain conditions, alternative postures where the usual one is uncomfortable, and gently encourages commitment to finishing the kriya or particular exercise but supports the struggles that practitioners sometimes have. Furthermore she heartily welcomes feedback, questions and clarifications that really encourages a regular practice. I’ve been inspired to practise daily because it’s so well held – supported, encouraged and resourced – Kirsty provides crib sheets and playlists and answers questions also by email and social media. Another aspect of her classes that makes them such a joy are the music she plays, the sound quality of the player she uses, her lighting in the room, and the occasional gong-bath she facilitates. Kirsty is a lovely, happy, nurturing soul and her classes are an absolute joy. I have a chronic health condition but always feel so much better – more energetic, more vital, more joyful – when I go. Kirsty teaches 2 classes now where I live but I would be over the moon to go 7 times a week if I could. I totally and utterly recommend her classes. Bless you and thank you Kirsty.” Derek