Transform your life, the way you think, feel and look with the incredible benefits of yoga.

Whether you have practiced lots of yoga or never before; Whether you’re an exercise junky or a sedentary sloth; Whether you’re old or young, healthy or broken.

Bonfire Yoga is truly amazing for putting you on a path to wellness and helping you to stay there. At Bonfire we offer a combination of heated and non-heated classes, suited to all levels and goals, with many of our classes also designed for beginners.

Bonfire Yoga attracts the world’s leading yoga teachers who will guide you on your journey to increased wellbeing. Our studios and facilities are incredible! Cast away your preconceived ideas of dark, smelly, intimidating yoga rooms; at Bonfire, you’ll be blessed with clean studios and friendly staff and be surrounded by happy, like-minded yogis.


The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj, means to yoke or bind, and is often interpreted as ‘union’ or a method of discipline. A male who practices yoga is called a yogi, a female practitioner, a yogini. Today, most people practising yoga are engaged in asana, which is a program of physical postures designed to purify the body and provide the physical strength and stamina required for long periods of meditation.

Yes, by holding stretches and poses, yoga can indeed improve flexibility. You will only notice a significant improvement in your suppleness if you regularly practise yoga. You will find that the more often you participate in yoga, the faster and more noticeable your improvements in flexibility will become.

Yoga can improve both strength and flexibility. Holding poses and maintaining balance requires core stability which will be increased through yoga practice. Stabilising the body in certain poses can also call into action the strength in your legs and arms, thus improving it. Strength gained from yoga will be by means of using your own body weight rather than any form of external weights.

At Bonfire Yoga, we offer different types of yoga, each with their own particular flavour. This page lists the different types that Bonfire offers.

You should, however, free yourself of any personal expectations you may have of yoga if it is your first attempt. Expect a calm, relaxing environment where your goal should be focus and self-awareness.

Yes, using your own yoga mat is good for hygienic reasons as well as providing you with a sense of individuality and a unique yoga experience.

Absolutely! In fact, you SHOULD bring your water bottle into class. Staying hydrated during any form of exercise is incredibly important and we do encourage that you have your water bottle with you at all times during your yoga class.