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Please note this course has now concluded, but I will be starting more beginners Hatha Yoga classes across Milton Keynes soon. Click here to see my current timetable of Hatha yoga classes in Milton Keynes or contact me to find out more about Yoga LIly’s one-to-one, private or small group Yoga classes.

New Beginners Yoga Class in Milton Keynes: Yoga Classes at Pat’s Pilates, Bancroft Park MK

If you are looking for a NEW Beginners Hatha Yoga Class in Milton Keynes or a new challenge I look forward to welcoming you to my fun, relaxing and de-stressing yoga class! Starting Thursday 19 June 2014 for beginners or those looking to improve on their yoga technique.

The 4-week beginners yoga class is just £40 per person, and will lead in to a new regular Hatha Yoga Class at Pat’s Pilates.

Yoga Class:

Thursday – 6:30pm – 7:30pm

To Book your 4 week course starting Thursday 19 June 6.30pm, at £40 per person.
Contact Emma: 01908 322722 or email to book your place.


Pat’s Pilates, Roman Park Centre, 1a Constantine Way, Bancroft Park, Milton Keynes, MK13 0RA


A beginners introduction to Hatha Yoga Classes in Milton Keynes


Yoga is for everyone

Anyone can do Hatha Yoga because its practice is aimed toward relaxation, stress reduction and management. Yoga Lily’s classes cover the basics of this ancient Eastern tradition; so you will learn how to breathe properly and centre your attention on clearing mental clutter – all the while staying fit, improving posture and reaping the physical benefits of the yoga tradition.

You can help balance your mind and body to give a sense of wholeness and great happiness.

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 Yoga Lily

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Lily is an experienced certified yoga teacher, she teaches the traditional, relaxing and invigorating Yoga as practiced in Asia for thousands of years; it is a little more holistic in nature, meaning, it covers not just the physical aspects of yogic practice (like asanas or poses, mudras or locks), but also the breathing, meditation, mindfulness and restorative techniques sometimes lacking in the modern practice. Yoga is part of who she is, from practicing yoga in the parks of China as a child, to graduating from YogiYoga(China) Institute in 2007, Lily has loved helping and inspiring people ever since. You can help balance your mind and body to give a sense of wholeness and great happiness.