The word "yoga" comes from the Sanskrit root "yuj", which means "to yoke" the spirit and physical body together. It has evolved over thousands of years to embrace a wide range of styles and disciplines that provide an excellent form of exercise for everyone.

Duke Yoga was founded in 2013 by Fiona Barrett, who specialises in Hatha and Vanyasa yoga, delivering professional training and meditation sessions throughout Worcestershire to students of all ages and ability in both friendly, relaxed and sociable environments.

Day Location Class Type Genders Start Finish
Monday WAND's Children Centre Droitwich Beginners Class 6:00pm 7:00pm
Tuesday Clarence Park Health Suite Hatha and Vinyasa Flow 5:50pm 6:50pm
Tuesday Westlands Community Hall Stretch and Tone Yoga 8:00pm 9:00pm
Wednesday Dines Green School Beginners/Intermediate Class 6:00pm 7:00pm
Friday Clarence Park Health Suite Intermediate Level Class 12:30pm 1:30pm
Saturday Perdiswell Leisure Centre Hatha and Vinyasa Flow 10:30am 11:30am
           
Class Gender Key:

Male Class only

Female Class only

Mixed Gender

For more information about our classes please visit our Class timetable page

 

     
   

In addition to our regular classes, Duke Yoga can provide a range of bespoke classes that are tailor-made to suit the individual requirements of private individuals, sports clubs, social groups and employees.

For those requiring one-to-one tuition, Fiona Barrett provides a range of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga classes with optional meditation sessions that can be delivered privately and in the comfort of your own home.

For those requiring group sessions, Fiona offers a similar range of classes that can be delivered both in the home and in other venues such as village halls, local sports clubs and in the workplace.

To learn more about Fiona's bespoke yoga classes, please send details of your specific requirements by clicking here 

 

     
   

If you are new to Yoga you will probably hear some strange phrases and terminology's used by teachers, trainers and instructors that may seem confusing or indeed foreign.

To help identify their meaning you can refer to the "Yoga Terminology" section of our website, where you will find a useful jargon-busting glossary of the words you are most likely to hear

Go to Terminology page

 

     
   

As we always say, nobody is too young to enjoy the many physical and spiritual benefits of Yoga, so we are now developing a series of accompanied courses that are specifically designed to be fun for children aged 4 and over.

In the meantime, for any parents wishing to introduce yoga to the younger members of their family, you can download the ABC of Yoga using the link below, which combines letters of the alphabet with basic poses that are fun to share in the home.