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Our regular classes

The calendar below shows the regular classes and all events at Maitri Studio. Click on links in the calendar for information or read the class descriptions if you're not sure what you're looking for. Class prices vary and are listed on each instructor's page.

You can log in and buy Iyengar class passes for Claire, Maura and Eva's classes and tickets for some other events & workshops on the student page.

Alternatively view this month's downloadable timetable pdf here.

Class Timetable

Studio Calendar

What we teach here

Read a brief description of the range of yoga and other classes we offer at Maitri Studio.

Yoga Styles

Hatha yoga

Hatha yoga is an overarching term for most yoga practised in the West, incorporating asanas (the physical poses) as well as pranayama (breath) and relaxation to achieve mental and physical balance and wellbeing. All other forms of yoga at the studio also come under this term, but we list the teachers who do not follow a particular style here.

Instructors: Susan - Tomek - Diana - Lucie - Julie

Iyengar yoga

This is a form of hatha yoga developed by Yogacharya Sri B.K.S. Iyengar with the use of props such as blocks, blankets and belts. Correct alignment of the body ensures you work safely, with maximum benefit to your flexibility, strength and wellbeing. All eight limbs of yoga are introduced, including pranayama and learning to focus attention. Buy Iyengar yoga class passes and register online for in-person or online classes.

Instructors: Claire - Maura - Rachel

Vinyasa flow yoga

A flowing yoga with some static poses and with focus on placement of breath & body. Can be more active (Lucie), gentler/slower (Dani) or mixed (Oonagh, Jackie)

Instructors: Oonagh - Valerie - Jackie - Lucie

Core yoga

A strong practice that combines poses from hatha yoga with the core strengthening exercises from modern fitness techniques

Instructors: Eva

Ashtanga yoga

A dynamic yoga practice inspired by the Ashtanga Yoga system developed by Sri K Pattabhi Jois. Includes Sun Salutations, followed by standing, seated and lying down postures with vinyasa. A strong practice using bandhas, drishti and ujjayi breath. Classes are open to all levels with options offered throughout.

Instructors: Lucie

Yin yoga

Yin yoga differs through holding poses for a longer period of time, to go deep with the pose, and deep into the mind.

Instructors: Valerie - Xenia

Children's / Family yoga

Using postures, sound, breathing, self-massage and mindfulness, these sessions encourage children to develop their body and spatial awareness, as well as develop strength, flexibility, confidence and social skills. Suitable for a wide age range, from toddlers to teens. Family yoga sessions are a fun and interactive way to experience yoga while taking some quality time to support bonding as a family, held monthly. Neurodiverse children also supported (ASD, ADHD and more).

Instructors: Zoe

Mum & baby yoga

​Two types available: one focuses more on mum and postnatal recovery (Wiebke) and one more about baby and bonding (Lily), promoting relaxation, stimulating the brain and improving their muscle development. Both let you meet other new parents and have a little time out! Check out both and see what suits.

Instructors: Lily

Menopause yoga

Yoga to help women during all stages of the menopause. Includes asanas, breathing techniques, meditation and cognitive behavioural therapy strategies designed to help alleviate symptoms of menopause, such as hot flushes, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, irritability and brain fog.

Instructors: Jackie

Jivamukti yoga

Jivamukti yoga is a rigorous Hatha Vinyasa practice that can incorporate chanting, philosophy, breath awareness, pranayama, meditation, and deep relaxation, a method created by Sharon Gannon and David Life.

Instructors: Steven

Yoga Nidra

Yoga Nidra is a form of guided meditation also known as “yogic sleep” or “effortless relaxation”

Instructors: Julie

Slow flow

Slow Flow classes to help you find the space between poses while still retaining the gentle rhythm of a flow yoga class

Instructors: Julie

Acro yoga

Partner acrobatics - or acro yoga - will help you build strength, flexibility, and trust with others. Usually you'll work in in groups of three or four, to cover entries, poses, transitions and sequencing

Instructors: Lu

Other Classes

Aerial yoga

Although named 'yoga' this class comes from a fitness tradition, using hammocks slung from the ceiling beams to let you swing, float and fly! Enjoy a mix of cardio, abs & core, and yoga-style poses. Let your spine hang free and enjoy cocooning yourself at the end.

Instructors: Sandra

T'ai Chi

T'ai Chi is a system of holistic training, with a series of martial arts moves and techniques consisting of carefully coordinated natural movements. The slow movements of T'ai Chi are graceful, powerful, relaxed, balanced and meditative. They help improve balance, flexibility and strength, while calming the spirit and reducing stress.

Instructors: Julie-Anne - David


Pilates works to strengthen the centre, lengthen the spine, increase body awareness, build muscle tone and gain flexibility. Pilates is excellent for rehabilitation for back, knees, hips, shoulders and other stress-related injuries. Pilates works the whole body addressing asymmetries, chronic weakness and bringing the body and mind back to balance.

Instructors: Aimee

Meditation and Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the practice of paying attention with gentleness, curiosity and acceptance. Mindfulness helps to develop awareness so that we can live more fully in the present moment where we have more choice about how to respond to our experience. A regular meditation practice can help to restore peace and calm, increase concentration and efficiency and enhance communication and relationships.

Instructors: Fiona

Gong baths / sound meditations

Using the surround sound of live instruments (gongs, bowls, bells, rain sticks etc) to create a peaceful and soothing environment to aid your own meditation and relaxation through the effect of the sounds on your body and mind.

Instructors: Lisa - Brian


Kirtan is a form of musical meditation, singing mantras to help calm the mind and bring joy. Kirtan first became popular in India in the early 16th century. It has now become the fastest growing music form in the USA as people start to experience the joy and bliss that kirtan brings into their busy lives.

Instructors: Julie & Vic


Nia is a non-impact, expressive movement programme designed to achieve whole body fitness and cardiovascular conditioning

Instructors: Rose

Indian dance

Classical Indian dance classes for primary and secondary school children

Instructors: Swaralipi


Shamanism is an ancient tradition of living in harmony with nature that strives to strike a balance between mind, body and spirit for the wellbeing of all creation. The teachings of shamanism focus on connection to nature and techniques like meditation and chanting to create trance-like states to aid individual understanding.

Instructors: Brian

Art / Creativity

Ranging from specific art therapy to creativity circles, these events help you express yourself through art and craft.

Instructors: Zoe


Central to the HypnoBirthing® philosophy is the physiological reality that birth, as a natural process, does not have to involve pain. Empowered by knowledge and equipped with the tools of relaxation and self-hypnosis mothers and partners can prepare for and achieve gentle, calm natural birthing.


Wim Hof Method

The Wim Hof Method encompasses breathing, cold therapy and commitment to help with mood, the immune system, reducing stress and inflammation and more.

Instructors: Alex

Drum circle

A community drum circle is where people of all levels of musical expertise come together to share their spirit by entraining rhythmically as a percussion ensemble. These drum circles are opportunities to let out your playful side, be creative, and not worry about making mistakes or ‘doing it right’.

Instructors: Rowan &

Contact Us

Maitri Studio Limited
4 The Mount, Belfast, BT5 4NA

Tel: +44 (0)28 9099 2428

Company number: NI635546