Yoga Frog Bringing the Yoga Community Together.
Here you will find many of the yoga teachers across the Scottish Borders, we hope you find the best match for you!
Anne Macnaughton, Yoga Scotland Teacher
Anne teaches at Abbey Row Community Centre, Kelso (within school terms)
Tuesdays, 3.30-4.45 pm and 7.15-8.45 pm
General level yoga class at Wiltondean Village Hall, Hawick, on Wednesday mornings from 9.30-11:00 am. (Currently full, but always worth a check! 😉 )
Elizabeth is a Yoga Scotland trained and do not follow any one particular school of yoga. She is also an ayurvedic practitioner and educator, currently offering a 10 day (5 weekend) introductory course in Edinburgh called ‘Ayurveda, the yogic system of medicine for body and mind’. This is a Yoga Scotland accredited course (syllabus attached).
Borders General Hospital @ the Chaplaincy Centre, Tuesdays at 5 15 pm .
Cheryl have been teaching Yoga for 8 years, practicing for 15 years . Her yoga class is Vinyasa style,influenced by Ashtanga, but more gentle and suitable for beginners .
Yoga mats, blocks and blankets are provided.
Cheryl trained with British Wheel of Yoga. She teaches yoga to children (course with Jo Manuel in London) and is interested in Yin yoga (have attended a workshop for Yoga teachers, with Sarah Powers in New York).
mob: 07960 566556
Eyemouth Community Centre Monday 9.30am
Kelso – Abbey Row Centre – Monday 7 pm
Berwick upon Tweed Tuesdays 2.15 RUC hall Spittal and 6.30pm Berwick Middle School
Greenlaw Wednesday 7pm
Kelso – Abbey Row Centre Friday 10am
Wednesdays at 2 – 3.30pm in the Ormiston Institute in Melrose
and on Fridays at 6.30 – 8pm in the Chaplaincy Centre at the BGH (but not the Fridays when there is chanting at Ednam)
Gentle & reflective yoga session.
tel 01896 820034
Tuesdays from 10am – 11.30am & evening 6.15pm – 7.45pm (Mixed abilities)
Private Lessons are an hour £30 by arrangement
Workshops are held twice a year
The teachings of Vanda Scarevelli and those whom she taught, Diane Long and Sophy Hoare, are the essence of my own teachings. I try to convey through asansa that there is a movement from the spine that allows the body to move both without pulling and with great beauty.
The Studio, Netherbarns Farm, Galashiels, TD1 3NW
Polly Xavier Leaver (Yoga Frog)