My Classes

As I work on my plans moving beyond lockdown and juggle many changes and commitments over the summer months, I currently offer free classes on Tuesday evenings. You can sign up for them here.

I have series of classes on Tuesday evening, Thursday evenings and Friday mornings beginning in September which you can find out more about below. These paid-for classes are all recorded and available to watch back on Vimeo for those who cannot make the class live or who want to revisit them.

More classes and workshops are coming very soon.

The links to the free classes, and weekly full class recordings, are sent out to everyone who is signed up to receive my email newsletter. You can sign up for that here.

Important information (if you are not the reading the detail type!) is that, sadly, my classes are not suitable for pregnancy.

When we meet online, I always always invite self-awareness and self care. My classes are kind and gentle, and always suitable for beginners. Listen to your own body. Always feel able to stop, to rest, to pause. Never do anything that hurts.

Having said all of that serious stuff, I promise my classes are very lovely and super fun, I teach always in mind of every body, and there is zero requirement for flexibility, lycra or the ability to do an handstand. I always love to meet new people. Come as you are. The practise meets you there.

If you have any questions about classes why not send me and email?

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“I adore Sara-Jayne’s classes & her style of teaching. They are like a lovely snuggly blanket, safe, secure & oh so cosy. Sara-Jayne explains postures & breath-work beautifully, taking her time so you fully understand what you need to do. A glorious space to be in – just divine x”

What do I teach?

I teach a kind, inclusive and very fun form of Kundalini Yoga called Kundalini Global.

As a teacher I have a particular interest in and passion for the value of the many practises that come into yoga as tools in recovery from suffering – be that from anxiety, and other mental health concerns or from the very many other ways we can find ourselves overwhelmed, stressed-out, constricted and bored of ourselves, our minds, our stories. I am not an advocate of yoga as a ‘cure’ but I am living proof of how much it helps.

I have my own tall dark history with anxiety disorders, self-harming behaviours and addiction and I believe that, whilst yoga can never be a cure-all, it truly can become an aspect of our lives that holds us in the present moment. Anchoring us to our bodies and allowing for a stillness that opens us up to a whole new possibility of being.

I believe that my own practise is what allows me to stay, at least most of the time, out of hell. And that my calling to share the practise with others is one of the greatest things that the universe has ever offered to me. 

I teach a lot about finding safety. Believing that to feel safe enough is the foundation from which the magic of yoga – of connection – can truly emerge and grow.   

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Trained in 2020 by the incredible Carolyn Cowan, Sara-Jayne is a passionate, creative and radically inclusive yoga teacher based in Wolverhampton, UK.

Classes take place online, either in a group or via one-on-one sessions which can be booked on this site.

Do you have questions about classes or want to get in touch?

You can contact Sara-Jayne via email:

Sara-Jayne is based in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, United Kingdom.

Sara-Jayne can travel to teach, and to facilitate workshops.

Sara-Jayne Kundalini: Fun, Dogma-Free, Very Human and Very Kind.

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