Sarah Dickinson Yoga

"Quiet the mind, and the soul will speak."
Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati


About Me

Hi! I teach a dynamic vinyasa (Ashtanga based) flow class with a focus on alignment to build stability and strength and breathwork to quieten the mind.

My yoga practice grounds me, quietens the chatter and noise of our busy lives and brings me back to the present moment. My aim is to share this feeling of calm and strength with my students. I teach people new to yoga, helping to build strong foundations, and providing a space to move and breathe, and also work with students to advance their practice.

I also think it's really important to have fun on your mat!


Class Descriptions

Full class info including times and venues here.

Prices vary. Unlimited and Multi Class Passes are available here

For online access to classes please email me. 

Thank you! 


Dynamic Vinyasa Flow

A bit of experience is recommended. A dynamic flow class, focusing on synchronising breath with movement. Building strength, stability and healthy alignment. Following the ashtanga primary series sequence (if you don't know what this is it doesn't matter!) with modifications and challenges for all.

Woman Stretching

Yoga for Sports

A 45 minute class for people who like to keep fit by running, cycling, or team sports, and know they need to make time to stretch, but don't! We'll focus on hamstrings, hip flexors, building core strength and stability, and more.

Image by Ginny Rose Stewart


An accessible dynamic and alignment focussed flow class following the Ashtanga Series. You'll follow the sequence, with a few additional postures from the Intermediate Series and others to assist with technique. Please note this is not a Led Primary class. There will be some modifications and sometimes extra breaths spent in postures to deepen understanding and build strength.

The class is accessible if you're new to Ashtanga but also beneficial to those wanting to deepen their practice. There will be modifications to suit the individual student. 


"Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better."