We are reopening!

Following the recent government announcement, we are excited to say that BAYoga is reopening on the 25th of July.

We are very grateful for all the support we have received during lockdown – it has made a big difference to us.

Thank you for filling out our survey, it has really helped us to make the right choices.

Please bear with us as we look to open the studio with some restrictions.
For the first few weeks we will be offering a reduced timetable at the studio, these classes will be limited by size but they will also be streamed, so that those who cannot attend in person can still enjoy the class.

Our new in-studio schedule will be live for booking on Wednesday 22nd July, you will only be able to book classes 7 days in advance.

In order to ensure that we will all feel safe and happy coming back to the studio we will be implementing safety procedures as outlined in the government guidelines, as well as a few more of our own.

As always if you have any questions and would like to speak with one of our team members, then don’t hesitate to email us: Cathy@bayoga.co.uk


Your safety and that of our staff is our top priority. In line with government guidance, we have put in place measures to ensure that BAYoga is a safe place for you to practice.

1. Keeping a safe distance:

We have reduced the timetable and number of physical spaces available in the studio to help members keep a safe distance from each other. This may mean studio classes become fully booked, but you will still be able to attend the classes online.
The studio has been rearranged and marked out for us to use safely, so it is easy for everyone to follow.

We expect queues to be unlikely but we have put safety measures in place if you do need to wait before getting in.

2. Extensive and frequent cleaning:

The studio will be cleaned after each class. In addition to that all surfaces will also be cleaned throughout the day, so that we can all practice with confidence.

We have installed hand sanitiser dispensers in the studio, so it is easy to regularly clean your hands during your visit. Additionally we ask you to sanitise your hands before and after the class to keep yourself and others safe.

3. Staff training:

All staff will be fully trained on our new cleaning and safety measures to ensure these are delivered to the highest standard. You will also get the same warm welcome that you’ve come to expect at BAYoga.

4. Air Quality:
Windows and doors, where possible in the studio will remain open to ensure good ventilation. Studio numbers have been adjusted in line with government ventilation guidelines.



MEMBERSHIPS: All memberships will have access to both in-studio and online classes.

For those with a suspended Membership please inform us when you would like this to be reactivated. cathy@bayoga.co.uk

CLASS PASSES: We have both in studio and online class passes – click here for all pricing options.

Anyone who has purchased a studio class pass, drop in or membership will be able to sign into online classes.

Please note that online class cards cannot be used for studio classes. If would like to join an in studio class, you will need to purchase a membership, studio class pass, or an in studio drop in.

There is now a 12 hour late cancellation fee for studio classes. If you wish to un-book yourself from a studio class you will have to do so 12 hours before the class. This gives the opportunity to other BAYogis to attend and get the maximum number of people who want to attend studio classes, to do so.

There will be a waiting list for studio classes that will automatically alert you if you have been successful at getting a place on the class.

Online classes must be signed in for at least 30 minutes before the class starts.

Thank you for bearing with us as we all learn to deal with this difficult environment. We really look forward to seeing you again.

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