AMALAwellness is a Community Interest Company which teaches:
– Yoga, Meditation, Relaxation
– Tai Chi,
– Chair Yoga and Exercise
All our our classes are very welcoming and suitable for beginners.
As a not-for-profit, whenever you come to a class or course with us, not only are you working on your own well-being, you pay it forwards back to Teesside too!
AMALAwellness has a range of Yoga classes across Middlesbrough and Redcar & Cleveland suitable for those looking to start practising Yoga and Meditation.
Our teachers are qualified and insured with Yoga Alliance Professionals. All of our classes are welcoming to beginners and improvers looking to deepen their practice. We intertwine science and philosophy with postural practices and have an emphasis on meditation and relaxation. We offer free resources for you to take your practice off the mat and into your life.
Try your 1st class for free!
We offer a free taster session in all of our classes, so that there is no commitment and you can see if a class is suitable for you. We welcome discussion about our classes to find the best path for you and your Yoga Journey.
– Nunthorpe – Marton –
£36.00 for a block of 6 lessons, or £7.50 drop in.
Fridays, 9:30-11:00am, St Mary’s Church Hall, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
Deepen your practice
Classes in Redcar and Cleveland are taught by Aimee who has spent time developing her practice in Rishikesh, Northern India and Koh Phangan, Thailand where she completed over 400 hours of Yoga Alliance Accredited teacher trainings. Aimee has also completed courses in Breathwork, Deep Relaxation and is a keen meditation practitioner. Aimee studies philosophy with teachers and independently also and always includes this as a thread in her classes.
Aimee is a keen Hatha Yoga and Ashtanga student, practicing daily with teachers and having an independent practice.
Beginners Yoga in Middlesbrough
£20.00 for a block of four lessons or £7.50 drop in.
Mondays 9:15-10:15am, Holy Name of Mary Church Hall, The Avenue, Linthorpe, Middlesbrough. TS5 6QT.
Our class at The Holy Name of Mary Church Hall is taught by Anqi. Anqi is a keen Yoga practitioner and offers a warm, friendly space. Her class is very welcoming of beginners. Postures are differentiated to be welcoming of beginners or those looking to deepen their practice. The class includes kneeling postures.
To book your space, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or ring us 📲 07774600440 – you can also contact us via our contact form.
11 thoughts on “Beginners Yoga in Teesside.”
My friend has been doing yoga and it’s had an amazing effect on her. I’ve been considering taking it up although I’m finding it difficult to find time to do so. Deep relaxation sounds ideal for me!!!
Yoga helps to improve our body and mind. Good to know about the program where the focus is on beginners as well as for improvers.
I need to get back into doing yoga, it helps my back and hips so much. Thanks for all of this great information!
It is great that you are offering the first lesson free of charge. I have tried yoga before but I wasn’t comfortable in the class, I felt it was too advanced for me so I didn’t pursue. I like that you are offering classes for beginners but for advanced as well.
LOVE this post. I could do with taking up yoga, looks great and the perfect way to relax mind and body x
I’ve just started up yoga . Love the beginners groups as I didn’t feel so much on a sore thumb as I did with the other classes I joined 🙂
I do yoga every once in a while and each time I do it, I feel like I have done myself – body and mind – some good.. so wonderful you are offering so many options to people
I love yoga. It’s something I make a point of doing, especially during lockdowns. If I lived in Middlesbrough, I would absolutely attend these sessions!
This looks like a wonderful opportunity. If I was near there I would absolutely join. Thank you for sharing. I hope many people take advantage of this great opportunity.
I used to do yoga years ago, and your post reminds me that I should do it again. It is good for my health and overall well-being.