Yoga Classes


Yoga Orkney offers a modern approach to fitness and flexibility through the practice of yoga in a studio based environment. Classes are aimed at a mixture of people of different ages, genders, backgrounds and abilities.

Classes are all about your experience with yoga as an individual. Yoga can help you to learn how to breathe consciously and connect with your body at your own pace with the added benefit of  being great for your body!

Details of classes can be found below:

Additional classes:


MondayHatha Yoga7:45 – 8:30pmKirkwall Grammar School(01856) 872364 after 5pm or email:
Yoga Mail(Term time only)Adult: £5.80; Concession: £2.90; or inc. in active life membership     Barre11:30am – 12:15pmThe Pickaquoy Centre(01856) 879900 or Yoga Mail Adult: £5.80; Concession: £4.20; or inc. in membership

Time Venue Booking Price
Aerobics 6:45-7:30pm Kirkwall Grammar School (01856) 872364 after 5pm or email:
Yoga Mail
Body Balance 12 -12:45pm The Pickaquoy Centre (01856) 879900 or Yoga Mail  Adult: £5.80; Concession: £4.20; or inc. in membership
Fitness Yoga 7:30 -8:15pm The Pickaquoy Centre (01856) 879900 or Yoga Mail  Adult: £5.80; Concession: £4.20; or inc. in membership
Fitness Yoga 10 – 11am The Pickaquoy Centre (01856) 879900 or Yoga Mail  Adult: £5.80; Concession: £4.20; or inc. in membership

Classes are suitable for all fitness levels

Hatha Yoga A general yoga class with breath work, postures and relaxation,  suited to all levels and abilities. Beginners welcome.

Fitness Yoga A fun Hatha flow style class suited to all levels with a 6-8 week yoga routine practiced to music. Designed to compliment any other sports that participants are involved in. 

Yin Yoga This practice is designed to help you sit longer, and more comfortably, in meditation (or your desk!) by stretching connective tissue around the joints (mainly the knees, pelvis, sacrum, and spine). A passive practice, Yin Yoga involves variations of seated and supine poses typically held for 3 to 5 minutes, accessing deeper layers of fascia.

Parent & Baby Yoga A class for caregiver and baby, focussing on bonding with baby, aiding baby’s sensory development and specifically designed postures for parents with young babies.

Pregnancy Yoga a class designed to take into account the changes to the body that come about through each trimester of pregnancy. Asanas are practiced to encourage relief from common complaints during pregnancy such as carpal tunnel, sciatica, lower back and hip pain. We also work to develop strength and endurance for labour as well as practicing breath techniques for relaxation and labour.

Barre is practiced at the ballet barre and is a fusion of pilates, ballet and yoga. We practice to up beat music and work small and large muscle groups and focus on stability, strength and flexibility to develop good posture.

Pilates watch this space…

Aerial Yoga watch this space…

Body Balance an inspired soundtrack plays as you bend abd stretch through a series of simple yoga moves and embrace elements of tai chi and pilates. Breathing control is part of all the exercises. You strengthen your entire body and leave the class feeling calm and centred.

 The Pickaquoy Centre

To book Picky Centre Classes call (01856) 879900 or email
Quick fire email link:
Yoga Mail

Kirkwall Grammar School (KGS)

To book the KGS call (01856) 872364 after 5pm or email

Quick fire email link:
Yoga Mail

Other classes include…

50+ Exercise

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Yoga Workshops

Yin yoga & Relaxation

Parent & Baby classes

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For the above classes call (01856)879900 or use Yoga Mail

Yoga for Pregnancy

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Antenatal Exercise

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Baby Massage

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A bit about my history

I achieved my CYQ approved 200hr Diploma in Teaching Yoga in June 2014. In addition to this I also completed my Level 2 Group Fitness Instructor qualification. After gaining my qualification I began instructing in September 2014 with full professional liability insurance. There was a short break of 6 months or so where I was off on maternity leave. I used that time away from my desk to undergo further study and I am now able to offer parent & baby classes and classes for women during pregnancy and after baby is born :)

Despite beginning my own journey into teaching yoga I still continue to practice yoga with my current teacher whom introduced me to the wonderful world of yoga over 10 years ago and attend classes of many other teachers when I can.