BAYoga Studio 162-166 High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 3AP. TEL: 01442 866667
Welcome to BAYoga Studio, Hertfordshire
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BAYoga Studio is your 'one stop shop' to maintain your health and keep active
We are a team of qualified, knowledgeable and enthusiastic teachers and therapists who are passionate about what we do. We would like to share our expertise and help you, to keep active and pain free. We have a dedicated yoga studio, pilates equipment studio and 2 therapy rooms and have created a well-being centre with a vibrant, yet peaceful atmosphere, in which to enjoy a variety of classes and therapies. Whether you are looking to stay on the football pitch, continue playing tennis or would like to walk upstairs with ease, we know we can help.

What makes BAYoga Studio so special?
* A team of qualified, knowledgable and enthusiastic teachers
* A light and spacious studio
* Different styles of Yoga to suit all levels of ability, age and gender
* Regular guest teachers, workshop and events
* Free use of equipment
* Therapies to give you the full experience of health and well being
* Easy access by car, bus or train

Not sure what yoga is, or the difference between ashtanga and gentle and therapeutic yoga, or the style that would most suit you? Click here to find out


Taster classes just £5. Choose from any of the studio time table classes (not pilates studio) and see which you like best. Click here to see the studio timetable

START YOUR DAY IN STYLE WITH OUR EARLY MORNING MYSORE STYLE ASHTANGA YOGA CLASSES
6.30 - 8.30 AM


BEGINNERS COURSES STARTING OCTOBER 22ND AND NOVEMBER 5TH, 7 - 8 AM     BOOK NOW!



Give yourself the gift of a holiday
Ashtanga and Yin Retreat to InSabina, Italy
20th - 27th June 2015

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WORKSHOPS
COMING UP AT BAYoga STUDIO


Yin Yoga workshop with Clare
Deep stretching and relaxation
Saturday 1st November 3 - 5 pm

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Gong Relaxation & Bitesize Kundalini Yoga
Saturday 15th November 2.30pm-3.30pm - £10
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video by Carl Bigmore and music by Louis Gilbert