Regular Yoga, Bellyfit & Hoop Classes

There's a yoga/fitness practice for everyone, irrespective of fitness, flexibility or body shape. Check out the descriptions below and choose the right practice for you.

CARDIO HOOP Flow is all about putting the fun back into your fitness! Combining tried and tested fitness techniques with hip-shakin' hula hoops, CARDIO HOOP Flow will burn those calories, tone those abs and, above all, give you a feel good workout! You'll even learn some hoop tricks.

To book, please visit the schedule page where you can choose PAYG. Or how about buying a pack of credits or signing up for our monthly membership (classes from as little as £3)? Please check out all of the membership options on our membership page to find the best package to suit your availability.

Beginners are welcome to all classes as poses are broken down to allow you to choose the right shape for you and your beauitiful body. Within each CARDIO HOOP Flow class I go through the basics of how to hoop if you've never hooped before.


Hatha Yoga - where it all began. Yoga poses (asanas), breathing techniques (pranayama), mudras and meditation to align and calm the body, mind and spirit.


Penetrating deep into connective tissue (tendons, fascia, ligaments and other connective tissues), expanding flexibility while invigorating the energy centres of the body.


A mixture of Power and Vinyasa Yoga. Core Yoga is for building strength, stamina and endurance as we hold poses for longer than we would in a Hatha class and work towards more challenging poses.
Yoga is the dance of every cell with the music of every breath that creates inner serenity and harmony.


Incorporating therapeutic somatic movements that are slow, mindful and help amplify bodily awareness to allow your body to self-heal, self-correct and permanently release stress-based patterns.


Experience the movement that combines fitness, yoga and sacred feminine dance for the perfect holistic workout designed just for women.
Classes to start again in January 2023.


Why hooping? As well as being super fun, hula hooping a great cardio and strength workout and a fab way to tone up. It's a low impact and mindful way to exercise and an amazing stress-buster.
"Yoga ceases the movements of the mind."
Yoga Sutras 1:2

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage for Women

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage is a comprehensive Dynamic Bodywork that combines deep tissue massage therapy with yoga-based assisted stretching and breathwork into one treatment

The style of each massage is adjusted to serve your needs, so sessions can be more or less dynamic, deep, energetic, slow, nurturing or soothing (or a combination). The aim is to help your feel more centred, and the energy to flow more freely through your body.

Ayurvedic Yoga Massage


View our yoga class schedule and book the classes that fit in with what your body/mind needs right now. Book PAYG or with your membership.
Several membership packages available from per class to unlimited classes per month. Access to a Private Facebook group.

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    PRANADI - Bringing together PRANA and NADI
    Amanda Meadows (Dip.Ayurveda)
    Yoga Teacher | Ayurvedic Massage Therapist
    Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant | Clinical Somatics Educator

    Gomersal, West Yorkshire | amanda@pranadi.co.uk | Tel. 07411 548052