Beginners Yoga in Middlesbrough

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Beginners Yoga in Middlesbrough – at AMALAwellness we cater for beginners and improvers in all of our Yoga and Meditation classes. We run classes in Stockton, Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland.
We also offer private one-on-one classes, on zoom and in-person, as well as running Chair Based Yoga and Exercise classes in Teesside.

Beginners & Improvers classes in Middlesbrough and Teesside

Monday Mornings – Gentle Yoga Flow – Linthorpe
Monday Evenings – Gentle Yoga Flow – Kirkby, Great Boughton
Friday Mornings – Yoga and Meditation – Nunthorpe

To see our full Time Table click here

Starting a new Journey…

People decide to come to Yoga & Meditation classes for a vast array of different reasons.

From weight loss, to improving flexibility, strength, feeling a sense of community to alleviating the symptoms of stress and anxiety.

A comprehensive list of things needed to start your yoga journey can be found here.

Why is AMALAwellness good for beginners looking to practice Yoga?

Aimee has had a regular practice since 2013 and a daily practice since 2017.
She has over 600 hours of Yoga teacher training and professional development, with bodies such as Yoga Alliance and Yoga Alliance Professionals.

AMALAwellness’ other teachers have a wealth of knowledge and experience, they regularly practice with senior teachers and are all insured by Yoga Alliance Professionals.

Experience and Knowledge

Our teachers are skilled at adapting classes to support all levels within a class, whether beginners or improvers.

Aimee enjoying practicing outdoors in Nepal

Reflections on being a beginner and a focus on progression….


Remembering what it felt like to be a beginner, our teachers always take a holistic approach to practice. Movement is important for both physical and mental wellbeing, but at AMALAwellness we focus on philosophy and meditation to teach Yoga in its entirety.

Our teachers alway explains postures, breathwork and meditation techniques to make sure that the practice is suitable for beginners and helping improvers to advance.

More than just a gym class…

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Meditation, gentle breathwork and philosophy are intertwined with a phyiscal asana practice. This makes the practice suitable for beginners and improvers, with postures differentiated for those looking to improve their postural practice.

A focus on Community, with a fun, light-hearted and friendly atmosphere…

Classes always have a community feel, where people feel welcome. We focus on inclusivity and believe community and a non-judgemental space where people can enjoy practice should be at the fore-front of lessons.

We also practice meditation and relaxation techniques, allowing the mind to practice being still and peaceful.

Beginners Yoga in Middlesbrough -Affordable classes with a community feel…

We offer a taster session for free for all of our classes – so you can try before you commit to anything. You can also book onto a block of lessons, to really give the class a go.

To see the full range of classes, please see our comprehensive list here.

What else does AMALAwellness offer?

As well as Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Beginners Yoga and Meditation classes, we offer Chair Based Yoga and Exercise Classes – running across Teesside and online.

Keep Moving Teesside! classes help encourage and motivate people so they enjoy later life. We encourage top to toe workouts to help people stay active and young at heart! Our aim is to help people to stay independent – especially those with mobility challenges. Our classes are fun, friendly and help build a sense of community.

Would you like to give one of our classes a try? Why not contact us for more information. You can complete the contact form here, or email us directly at:

info@amalateesside.com


We look forward to hearing from you soon!

47 thoughts on “Beginners Yoga in Middlesbrough

    1. Hi looking to join your classes at ragworth neighbourhood centre. Hiw do you book a place if any are left

  1. It’s cool to see that even aging folks are doing Yoga and here I am thinking that it’s already too late for me lol.

  2. I love that she’s offering these beginner courses. Yoga is one of those things that really should be done with a teacher, espeically when you’re starting out.

  3. I have never tried Yoga but am keen to give it a go. Spending time in nature is something I have always found to be very soothing. The thought of learning yoga in surroundings like the photo at the top of this post would just be wonderful, rather than indoors. I think the marriage of nature and yoga would be a fabulous experience.

  4. Starting off with yoga can get intimidating for some. Great that there are options for 1:1 classes to lessen the ‘intimidation’ at first.

  5. I have read a lot about the benefits of yoga. I really want to give it a try. Hopefully that will help ease the stiffness in my joints and relieve me of my anxiety!

  6. Yoga is one of those things I’ve been meaning to do but haven’t gotten round to it yet. A beginners class sounds good to me, I’ve not really done it before except in the odd exercise class.

  7. Bending those bodies on the photos might not be suitable for me..im a whopping 110 kilos…i prefer to jogg in the morning and diet..well i can do those slow exercises, that i will give a try

  8. Aimee definitely seems to be doing the correct essence of Yoga and moreover for all classes of individual , so indeed that is great Yoga is indeed a ancient art and needs experienced teachers

  9. If I do yoga it tends to be at home, but I like the idea of going to a class as much as anything to meet people in my local area x

  10. I practice yoga daily too and thanks for spreading the words, it’s good for health and even better to do so with an amazing view and some fresh air. – Knycx Journeying

  11. It’s such good retreat! I believe putting our self first and making a well balance lifestyle can help us to improve our wellbeing. Yoga is def a good reason to start with fitness.

  12. I used to be a big Yogi. After I stopped for a while I got so stiff. Now I had to re-start all over again. I should since Yoga does really good – the body and the mind 🙂

  13. I love yoga, the best thing this pandemia brought me. I first started yoga one year ago and have not stopped practicing from then.

  14. Excellent! I love the focus on beginning. Even though I’ve been practicing yoga for years, and more seriously recently, I love going in with a beginner mindset as it helps me remain humble and compassionate towards my body.

  15. I wasn’t aware that there was gentle yoga. I think that would be great to help get me started. Honestly, I could do with something like this at the moment as it encompasses both body and mind.

  16. Never heard of them, sounds like a great spot to try Yoga and some more peace and tranquility. Cant wait to plan it soon.

  17. Since lockdown last year, I try to do yoga every day as I found it really free and gave me the space to do exercise on my own. I also do with the students, they love it!

  18. So happy to see more yoga teachers getting back out into the world. We need yoga more than ever. I start back teaching “real people” next week! Can’t wait!

  19. I am a firm believer in the power of Yoga. I have never been to an actual class but Yoga along with meditation has been my go to exercise ever since the pandemic started. I actually do look forward to experience a yoga session as soon as the pandemic is over.

    And perhaps hopefully join your class soon.

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