Yoga Classes in Brighton and Hove

“Thanks Louise for a wonderful yoga session this morning, I have been to quite a few yoga classes in my time and I love the way you combine your expertise of the physiological benefits of yoga with intention setting and inspiration from the heart, it is a unique integration of yoga & life coaching. Your own special creation ” Amy, referring to Yoga Classes Brighton.

“For anyone in Brighton/Hove and interested in Yoga – I recommend a class Monday nights 6-7pm at Revitalise (beside Co-op on Western Road) with Louise Gillespie-Smith – she’s fantastic, focuses on one powerful affirmation for the class and leaves you feeling very relaxed! ” Sarah, Brighton.

Current Yoga Classes in Brighton & Hove:

Louise teaches a mix of yoga styles; Vinyasa Flow, Hatha and Yin, descriptions of these styles are below the schedule.


Monday evenings at Revitalise, 123a Western Road BN3 1DB:

Vinyasa Flow 6-7pm,

Yoga for Beginners. 7.30-9pm.

Drop in class £9.50/ 10 class cards available at reception desk. Booking through Revitalise.

Wednesday Evenings (also at Revitalise):

Hatha  Flow Yoga 7.30-9.00pm

Drop in class £9.50/ 10 class cards available at reception desk. Booking through Revitalise

Thursday Daytime

Chair Yoga for MS at the MS Centre, Southwick. 12-1pm.

Thursday Evenings (also at Revitalise):

Yin Class – 6-7.15pm.

Drop in class £9.50/ 10 class cards available at reception desk. Booking through Revitalise

Friday Mornings at Alive Gym on Castle St: 

Vinyasa Flow Yoga – 9 – 10am. Bookings at Alive Gym,

Saturday Afternoons: Monthly 3 hour yoga workshops, see the workshops page for more details. Bookings for these are directly through Louise;

The next Yin workshops is 3rd March 2-5pm at Revitaiise

Here is a bit about the different styles of Yoga Louise teaches:

Vinyasa Flow Yoga which is an alignment between movement and breath, turning classic Hatha asanas into a beautiful heart centred flow. It is a perfect combination to increase flexibility and strength whilst leaving you feeling totally relaxed and present by the end of each class.

Hatha yoga this practice is slow, with pauses between each pose, includes breath work and mindfulness. Beginners are very welcome for all classes.

Yin is a very slow practice where you hold the poses for 3-15 minutes. This style helps to get into the joints, ligaments and fascia. It’s a meditation, it creates softening and opening in the body and mind. A yin yang practice is a mix of yin and vinyasa flow, a balance between energy and stillness.

Louise is passionate about helping people create a life they love. As well as yoga she also helps people through life coaching and Reiki healing.

Louise is also available to teach private classes for groups or 1-1, please contact her to discuss this further on 07779 150886/

Louise is  registered with Yoga Alliance to give you peace of mind that she has met all their high level of teaching standards. She is a Chartered Level 1 teacher which means she has taught for over 4 years and has over 2000 hours of teaching experience since graduation.


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