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Restorative Hatha Yoga is a calming flow class, focusing on uniting mind, body and breath.  Suitable for all levels this restorative practice will leaving you feeling relaxed and re-energised.  

Currently available in a Normal and Hot temperatures. 

Why not give Restorative Hatha Yoga in Kettering at the Ironstone Wellbeing Centre a try for yourself! 


A calming flow class, focusing on uniting mind, body and breath. We start with active postures to warm and strengthen the body, melting into softer flexibility work to encourage relaxation.

The class will close with soothing breathing exercises and a gentle meditation, leaving you feeling as if you have had a full body (and mind) massage. This class will be accompanied by essential oils.

What to bring?

For now, due to Covid we will not be providing mats. You will therefore be required to bring your own. We will provide blocks and straps. 

A hot yoga towel to prevent slipping in hot and warm classes.

Water – Hydration before, during and after hot yoga is key.

Our changing facilities and toilets are available. 

We have onsite parking.


A drop-in Restorative Hatha yoga class is £13 a session or £8 in Off peak hours (9am-5pm Mon-Fri). The price can be greatly reduced by purchasing a membership or class pack. For more details regarding the memberships and class packs and introductory offers we currently display, please check out our membership page for more details.

Bookable online? Yes

Can be booked with Ironstone class credits? Yes


Improves Flexibility – You will notice an improvement in your range of motion if you stick to regular practice.

Strengthens Your Body – The poses in yoga can improve your balance significantly, as well as help with leg strength and muscle control.

Focuses Your Mind – Yoga encourages a mindful state, helping you to feel relaxed and calm reducing stress levels.

Connecting With The Breath – The Breath is a powerful tool when it comes to our well-being. If we can learn to connect with the breath, energy also known as the prana, will begin to flow more freely. This is essential in Hatha yoga as it will help with the alignment of both body and mind.

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