From January 2024 weekly classes are online.  I’ll be teaching in-person classes & workshops in Cheadle Hulme every 2-3 months.   I’m available for private sessions online to support you & your practice.  These could be a 121 or a small group class.   Get in touch if you’d like to chat more. 

Drop-in classes are £10


A warm & welcoming environment both online & in-person

A varied practice of mindful movement & stillness

An invitation to come as you are & to do what you can do

Movements are simple.  Time is given for skill-building.  You are encouraged to feel rather than think by paying greater attention to your breath & body.   Classes are designed to engage, inspire, & and improve your overall well-being.   Yoga Moment will help you to breathe, move & to live with greater ease.


Choose & book your class via the booking system to receive an email with the Zoom link to your yoga session.

When it is time to join the class, click on the link.   The Zoom software will download automatically when you join your first session.

Before the class, decide where you are going to do your yoga.   Roll out your yoga mat & see how it feels.  Do you need to move anything out of the way?   Ask your household not to disturb you.

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move freely in.

I’ll be online 10 minutes before the scheduled class start time.   Please log on to Zoom at least 5 minutes early so we can begin the class together.


Arrive at least 5 minutes before the scheduled start time so we can start the class together.

Bring your own mat or contact if you’d like to borrow one.

Wear comfortable clothing that you can move freely in.

“I thought yoga was just exercise until I realised how relaxed I felt after a class with Kirstin.  It brings me into the present moment and leaves me feeling calm and settled.” – Andrea, online & in-person student –

Senior Yoga Teacher - Yoga Alliance Professionals

Senior Yoga Teacher - Yoga Alliance Professionals

“Just watch this moment, without trying to change it all.  What is happening?  What do you feel?  What do you see?  What do you hear?”

– Jon Kabat-Zinn –