RM Yoga

Vinyasa Yoga
 9.25am – 10.10am
David Lloyd, Brooklands

Beginners Yoga Course   7pm – 8pm
Manby Lodge School, Queens Road, Weybridge -email me to book

Vinyasa Yoga Course   8.15pm – 9.15pm 
Manby Lodge School, Queens Road, Weybridge -email me to book


Pilates  9.30am – 10.25am
The Scouts Hut, Springfield Lane, Weybridge

Vinyasa Yoga  1pm – 2pm
David Lloyd, Hampton

Dynamic Pilates  1.30pm – 2.25pm
Online and at The Scouts Hut, Springfield Lane, Weybridge
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Vinyasa Yoga 11am -12.15pm
Online class- book here


Yoga and Pilates Classes:

Vinyasa Yoga – creative, sometimes challenging yoga flow sequences that allow for a sense of fluidity and freedom on the mat. Sequenced on the breath to help you develop and maintain strength, flexibility and tranquility. Some yoga experience is required for these classes.

Beginners Yoga – a slower paced flow than a vinyasa class, with longer holds to develop awareness of alignment. Transitions between postures are slower which makes this class suitable for beginners or for yoga practitioners who are looking for a more mellow experience.

Pilates –  is a precise and alignment focused exercise programme that targets specific areas of the body. The method is informed by current anatomical understanding of the body’s muscular, fascial and skeletal systems. Pilates promotes strength building without compression or bulk and creates a long, lean physique with appropriate flexibility and efficacy of movement throughout your whole system, leaving you full of energy and feeling great both inside and out.

Yin Yoga – deep, slow stretches held with relaxed musculature with (or without) props for several minutes to encourage connective tissue or myofascia to release and soften. Yin is a concept found within Taoism and Traditional Chinese Medicine and as a practice often utilises the Modern Meridian Theory, whereby the meridians used in therapies such as acupuncture can be accessed via connective tissue. The meridians form a network of pathways that transport energy or chi throughout our bodies, not dissimilar to movement of prana via the nadis of the energetic body found in the teachings of yoga. The focus of a Yin practice is primarily to free up the body’s energy and promote a deep sense of well-being.



“I attended a weekly beginners’ class with Ruth during my build up to the London Marathon. I had some reservations about how comfortable I would be based on previous sporadic experience with yoga, but thanks to Ruth’s deep understanding and articulation of the physiological benefits of each pose, and her calm yet focused teaching style I quickly felt motivated and completely at ease in the class. The fact that I was able to stay completely injury free in the build-up to the marathon I attribute mainly to yoga, and in particular to Ruth’s attention to the individual goals and needs of each student in her class”  Paul W

Sign up for her classes immediately! Ruth is a born teacher and is both gentle and exacting when she instructs. She allows you to go at the pace you choose, but the class is always really invigorating”  Denise C