Concessionary Rates

Concessionary rates are available to those in need. Please let me know you would like a reduced rate if you feel you cannot meet the costs of classes but would still like to attend.

Rough Guideline

As a guideline lower income prices are for those with household incomes less than:

  • Single person £15,700,
  • 2 partners £17,700,
  • 2 partners and 1 child £19,700,
  • 2 partners and 2 children £20,700.
  • This is based on the Open University Model

However…

Sometimes paying for yoga classes becomes an uneasy balance of the benefits of yoga and the challenge of paying for them. I firmly believe in balance and ensuring those who want to come can do so. If you find paying for classes difficult or impossible, please get in touch and we will find a suitable and good way forwards.

 

Pay it forwards

Sometimes people find it hard to ask for, or to receive a concession. If this applies to you please take the favour and, in your own way, hand it onto to another when the opportunity arises. You can forget about the concession, and one day you will pass someone or something in need of help and you will naturally want to help. There’s a lovely film: Pay it forwards if you want more about this. In terms of yoga It’s that simple: pay it forwards!

When you pay concessionary rates it is private between you and me. You owe me nothing but to come to yoga and benefit from the classes. This is firmly a part of my yoga philosophy.

When you have the opportunity you will help someone else out, and together we will share our good fortunes. This concept of community is part of yoga philosophy: we’re in this together.