Hello

Hello and welcome,

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I’m Rachael also known as Panda Yoga Edinburgh 🐼

I’ve been practicing yoga for almost 20 years having first started when at school. I discovered yin yoga in 2014 and fell in love with this slower style of class.

Panda Yoga started in St Margaret’s House in June 2016 following my yoga teacher training. Since then I’ve expanded my knowledge and classes with restorative yoga, BASI pilates and an ongoing 800 hour course in yoga therapy. In May 2019 I moved studio to a space within Lifescycle in Edinburgh.

Classes are kept small to allow for individual attention and options in poses. As such all of my group classes are suitable for beginners but I also offer private sessions if you have a particular focus.

Panda Yoga is moving

Panda Yoga is moving to a space within Lifescycle on Newhaven Road from the 20th May.

Come along to a full week of £5 classes in the new studio and try something new.

Monday 20th – Yin Yoga 7.45pm
Tuesday 21st – Combination pilates and yin 7.45pm
Wednesday 22nd – Pilates 4.15pm, Yin Yoga 5pm, Yin Yoga 7.45pm
Thursday 23rd – Restorative Yoga 7.30pm

August Classes at Panda Yoga

August classes are now open to book. Booking and the full timetable can be found on BookWhen

Regular classes will continue as normal

Monday 7-8pm – Yin Yoga

Wednesday 5-6pm – Yin Yoga – no class on 22nd August

Friday 17th August – 6.30-7.30pm – Restorative Yoga

There are also a couple of one off classes to help you escape the fringe and relax or catch up with a missed class

Thursday 9th and 23rd – 7.30-8.30pm

Sunday 19th – 7-8pm

You can now buy a class pass for £30 for 4 classes to use within 60 days of your first class. Perfect if you can’t make it along for a few weeks or aren’t sure of your availability at the start of the month.

Bloody Good Period Collection

Pads and tampons are not cheap, but for anyone with a period, they are an absolute necessity.

Many women living in poverty simply cannot afford to buy the items they need and resort to using toilet paper, old scraps of fabric or nothing at all. As if they didn’t have enough to worry about already. There are very few food banks and asylum seeker drop-in centres providing feminine hygiene products – despite a desperate need.

I am organising a collection for Bloody Good Period during February so please bring along donations to the studio.

YOU CAN DONATE :
● Sanitary towels of all descriptions!Daytime, nighttime, normal, maxi, with wings, without wings…
● Pantyliners Again – of all descriptions!
● Tampons
● Menstrual Cups
● Tena Pants – In all sizes, for all ladies!
● Shampoo and Conditioner
● Shower Gel
● Wet wipes
● Deodorant
● Toothbrushes and toothpaste
● Children’s underwear (new, unused)
● Adult’s underwear (new, unused)

Check Bloody Good Period for more information.

Either bring donations along to the studio during February or drop me a message and I can arrange to meet you and collect donations