Yoga does not just change the way we see things, it transforms the person who sees.

Our Yoga Classes

Our Yoga classes at UK Shaolin Centre Southampton run multiple sessions a week, including Lyengar to Vinyasa. Our timetable makes it easy for you to choose a class based around your busy schedule and means you never miss out on your much-needed relaxation time. Check our timetable for availability and times.

Beginners Yoga

The Yoga class is a great option to work on your flexibility, balance, strength, and coordination. This class compliments all our other fitness choices as yoga movements can be used to warm up and warm down around workouts. Our Yoga classes will explain the wide ranging benefits of the practice, so you can know and feel the benefits to your overall health and wellbeing.

Yoga classes for all ages and abilities

Our yoga classes are open to anyone: old or young, injured or fit, supple or inflexible, male or female. Whether you are a beginner or experienced, anyone can attend.

Expert yoga instructors

Our classes are led by experienced yoga instructors who will guide you through every bend and stretch. They are able to adapt any sequence for every ability level, so beginners can mix with even the most experienced yogis.

Benefits of Yoga Classes

  • Helps to reduce stress and build stress resilience
  • Builds full-body strength
  • Reduce symptoms of anxiety and depression
  • It’s suitable for all exercise skill levels
  • Beginner friendly
  • A perfect opportunity to join a local Yoga community


Our yoga classes involve a variety of yoga movements which work your full body and focus on flexibility, posture, and strength.


Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterised by linking postures together so that you move from one to another, seamlessly, using breath. Our Vinyasa classes are great for newbies to yoga, or those with experience, wanting a new fresh challenge. Vinyasa yoga will also get that heart rate up, giving you your cardio fix but in a low impact execution.


A yoga class with eight components: morality, ethics, posture, breath control, sense control, concentration, meditation and absorption. An intense yoga workout that goes deeper into the self and consciousness.

Kundalini Yoga

Kundalini yoga in a nutshell is a type of yoga that uses breath correlated dynamic movement, often with mantra (sacred sanskrit words) and mudra (hand position) to open up body’s natural resources of inner vitality and spiritual power. This yoga is great for any age and ability, because every asana (posture) can be adapted to any rhythm/pace as well as flexibility and physical limits.

As a rule of thumb after each posture we practice a root lock, which involves contracting the muscles of pelvic floor, anus and of navel (belly button). This on its own is extremely helpful not only as preventative measure for incontinence and prostate issues, but also as a tool to strengthening and promoting both women’s and men’s health at any stage of their lives.