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Where do you teach?

Currently I teach from two venues in Strines and Marple. Both of these spaces are community spaces and not yoga studios and whilst I will bring some yoga equipment with me I ask that you bring your own yoga mats and props to class. If you need to borrow a yoga mat please email me yoga@helenroscoe.com when you book onto a course.


Monday morning classes take place at the Strines Pavilion, Strines, SK6 7GP


First time going to Strines Pavillion?

From the B6101 you’ll turn off onto Station Road. Take the second left onto Pavilion Lane. This will take you through an industrial estate. Keep going past Cheshire Furniture and Joinery and DJS Research. Once through the industrial estate, you’ll see some houses to the right of the lane and some fields to your left. The lane becomes a gravel road, keep going! You’ll see some tennis courts on your right and more fields on the left. You’ll reach a wooden clad pavilion with lots of parking behind and to the side of the building. Once you’re parked, head around the front of the Pavilion to the entrance. You’ll be met by myself when you come in the front door.


Wednesday evening and Friday morning classes are at Mura Ma Art Space, 15 Stockport Rd, Marple, SK6 6BD


Mura Art Art Space is centrally located in Marple and within walking distance of the local amenities. Opposite the Regent Cinema, Mura Ma is accessible at street level with 1 step into the entrance way. This is a private gallery space and is home to a series of creative exhibitions which involve many artists around the region. The space itself is a hard wooden floor, so I ask that you bring a blanket for additional support. Access to chairs and other props will be made available to you during the session. There is an all gender toilet at the back of the ground floor with 1 step up to get there. Street parking and council carparks are all available within a short walk with pay and display options for some. After 6pm parking is free. There is no waiting area, so please be mindful of pedestrians and other users of the space when you arrive.

What do I need to bring?

I will provide mats and blocks but recommend that you bring a blanket for support and comfort. You may wish to bring your own equipment too, if the classes get busy I may ask that you bring your own mat should you have one.

What shall I wear?

Wear clothing that is comfortable and light on your skin. It is useful to wear layers so that you can layer up or down according to your body temperature. You don’t need to wear socks during the practice but it’s a good idea to have some around for relaxation.

When should I arrive?

If it is your first class I would always recommend that you arrive at least 10-15 minutes before the class is due to start so that we can discuss in private any concerns or questions you may have.


Otherwise if you are regular please ensure you arrive at least 5 minutes before and if you are arriving late to class please be considerate of others when you arrive.

I’ve never done yoga before, can I still attend your classes?

Absolutely. I always make sure the classes are inclusive for complete beginners through to seasoned practitioners. This approach is designed to be adaptable to your individual needs and I offer alternatives throughout the class so can move in ways that are healthy for your body.

What does a typical class involve?

I usually start by checking in, settling physically and bringing you into the space here and now. The classes are designed to keep you in the present moment by moving mindfully with the breath.


You can expect fluid, dynamic movements in standing through to lying with an emphasis upon core strength, overall stability and mobility as well as time to wind down and rest at the end. Each class includes specific breathing exercises and a guided relaxation. Sometimes I may incorporate sound too. It is important that my classes are enjoyable and supportive.

I have an injury, is it still okay for me to attend?

As long as you have the all clear from your GP or physio to practice, then you are welcome to attend these classes. Please note that during a typical session you will be required to get up and down off the floor unassisted. I will make sure there is access to chairs and props for further support should they be required. Most importantly I ask that you tune into your bodies and as a result develop an awareness of what feels right and what doesn’t. Your participation in yoga should not be directing you towards pain. Yoga is a wonderful way to deepen your physical awareness and practice self-kindness.


Please keep me informed me of any ongoing injuries or illness that you feel may impact upon your participation in class. If you have any questions or concerns please do email or call me in advance or the class. You can also update your health form too if your personal circumstances change. 

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