Yoga Classes

Weekly classes

Weekly yoga classes are held in Taunton, Wellington and Milverton. Courses are run at different levels, from beginners to more advanced, from gentle to more challenging classes.

Classes will recommence on 11th September.

Where When

  • Extons Barn, TA4 1RG (email Karen for directions)

  • 3.30 – 4.45 pm gentle class
  • 5.45 – 7.15 pm intermediate
  • 7.45 – 9.15 pm general class


6 week beginners courses will be held on the following dates:


10.30 – 11.45 am

31st October – 5th December

7.00 – 8.15 pm:

9th January – 13th February


  • Taunton College, Wellington Road, TA1 5AX (bookings through the college, see below)
Wednesdays (starting 20th September)

  • 6.15 – 7.45 pm     general class

  • St John’s Church Hall, High Street, TA21 8QY

  • 6.30 – 8.00 pm    general class


 £48 for 6 weeks

Single class £9.50

See contact details below for enquiries and bookings.

Please note that the course on Wednesday evenings is organised through Taunton college and needs to be booked directly through the college by email:, or telephone: 01823 366 570. The price is slightly different for this course.

Which level?

Gentle class

This is a small class in which poses can easily be adapted to suit individual needs. The class includes relaxation and gentle stretching and strengthening. Recommended if you have any injuries or medical conditions affecting your ability to move freely. Also suitable for beginners.


6 week beginners’ courses are run several times a year. They are suitable for those new to yoga, or to this approach, and will equip you to join the general classes. These classes are more active than the gentle class and progress more quickly. 

General class

These classes are recommended for students who have completed the 6 week beginners’ course or have done yoga before. The level will be tailored to the group and often different options will be given so that everyone is challenged to the right degree.

Intermediate class

This class is suitable for those already experienced in this approach. As well as some more challenging physical poses and longer holding times, it offers a deeper level of discussion about the spiritual meaning of yoga.