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CONFIDENCe building yoga classes

​A range of yoga classes by Jade that are accessible, inclusive and allow you to move in a way that feels good for you and have a bit of fun along the way. 

There's a class for you no matter if it is your first time stepping on a yoga mat or you are an experienced practitioner. 


  • I teach in simple, easy to understand language - technical terms are clearly explained and I teach in English and always explain any Sanskrit that is used. 

  • Philosophy teachings are explained and taught in an easy to follow way that is relevant to today's world

  • I don't chant in class. 

  • I don't offer hands-on adjustments without consent - I will always offer choice and active opt-in for adjustments

  • Any adjustments will be supportive, and not forceful

  • I don't teach headstands, arm balances or other poses in these categories unless otherwise stated

  • Options and variations are offered for all poses in each class

  • I encourage you to exercise choice - take options that work for you

  • I'll never call you out for taking a break or different pose to what is offered in class



I really enjoy being in Jade's company - she has a lovely charming way of teaching.


I really enjoy my classes with Jade. I am learning to appreciate yoga is a journey.


Jade's classes are great fun and always give me lots to work on


I always feel really comfortable in Jade's classes. I can ask questions and I never feel silly for asking or not being able to do things.


Jade is an excellent teacher and the classes are set at a level that work you and teach all kinds of yoga. Thoroughly recommend.

class styles

There's a variety of different classes on the timetable on a weekly basis to choose from. 

Classes are Asana (posture based), and include some breath (pranayama) practices, and some classes include meditation too. 

If you are working with an injury, my usual process is to recommend a 1:1 initially - this is so I can ensure you are comfortable with variations of poses. 

Basic mobility is essential for all group classes - think things like being able to get on and off the floor unaided, bear weight on hands and feet, put arms out to side and overhead. If you don't have this, don't stress - I can see you 1:1 initially and teach you some alternative options before you join a group class. 

Yoga 101 classes are Hatha/hatha flow -this just means we move and breathe, come back to a reset posture and continue or link a few postures together and reset.

Flowing Yoga 101 is similar to Yoga 101 but is faster and more flowing. This class includes part and full sun salutations, and is more dynamic. Some more technical and challenging poses are included in this class; but there is no obligation to do these.

Stretch & Rest is a relaxing class, with a few floor based poses using cushions and blankets to release deeply into tight muscles, releasing tension both mental and physical. We finish this class each week with a short meditation practice and some breath work.

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When & where?

There's a range of ways to join classes both in person and online. 

I offer a range of different specialist workshops throughout the year to help you delve deeper or introduce you to new kinds of yoga practices - each workshop has it's own page under the CLASSES menu.

In person group classes currently take place in Ambrosden (5 mins outside Bicester) with Bicester and Fencott & Murcott classes returning soon.


I also offer 1:1/1:2 private classes at my Private Studio, outside Bicester by arrangement. 

There's two ways to practice online:

  • Live interactive streamed classes for you to join from home 

  • On Demand classes are available whenever you like via the Pride Pack Yoga Membership