There are quite a few yoga classes in the area, and it can be fun to try something different: whether you want to move faster or slower or find a day workshop.

For Ashtanga and all derivatives, like yoga flow and hot yoga: try Bristo Yoga. A fabulous group of dedicated teachers in a lovely central Edinburgh studio.

For fun ‘get moving classes’ that are good for the body see Dancebase, central Edinburgh

For 5 rythmns dancing see this website, in Edinburgh.

For deeper, gentle yoga try Kay Hush @ Mulberry House, Edinburgh. I trained with Kay in Inner Yoga (British Wheel of Yoga accredited our course), she is just lovely.

For day workshops see Yoga Scotland, Inner Yoga & British Wheel of Yoga – there will be something to tempt everyone!

I run general classes and pregnancy / prenatal yoga classes in Inverkeithing and Dunfermline. I also offer a postnatal, baby yoga and baby massage classe in Inverkeithing.

Within Fife there are 2 other yoga teachers I am familiar with: Fiona McOwan (qualified with the British Wheel, one of the 2 major yoga assocaitions, along with Yoga Scotland) who runs pregnancy yoga in Dunfermline and is lovely. Linda at myyoga4you has some fun evenings where you get a taster of different styles of yoga like restorative yoga. Im  not familar with her training, so can’t comment.

Synergy in Glenrothes run a variety of classes, and the Fife Yoga Association and Edinburgh & Lothians Yoga Association runs yoga events in the area. Yoga Scotland, The British Wheel of Yoga and Inner Yoga also run events in the neighbouring areas of Edinburgh Lothians, Perth, Kinross and Stirling.