Sue Chudley teaches Yoga classes, individual lessons and the BWY Foundation Course 1. She is also a Yoga Therapist and Ayurveda practitioner

Sue has been practising Yoga for over 30 years. She follows the teachings of T Krishnamacharya and TKV Desikachar, emphasising the coordination of breath with movement. She is a practitioner member of TSYP and aYs. She holds a British Wheel of Yoga Teaching diploma and Foundation Course Tutor certificate, a KHYF/TSYP certificate in One to One tuition, in Yoga Therapy from Dr N Chandrasekaran of Yoga Vaidya Sala, in Ayurveda from Sadhana Mala and is registered with the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council. Sue also practises mantra and Vedic chant.

Weekly group classes in the Barn at Millers Farm

Tuesday evenings  7-8.30 pm and Friday mornings 9.30-11 am  £6       Or at Flaxley School Rooms Wednesday evenings 5.30-7pm  £8

All levels of experience are welcome as classes are modified to suit all abilities. Bring a mat and blanket and wear loose clothing. The barn has underfloor heating with views out over the fields. Classes are limited to 10 or 12. Email for further information and to book your place.


Individual tuition, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda sessions are held in the Barn at Millers Farm or occasionally in a person's home.

 One to One teaching is the traditional way of Yoga for those who wish to develop a personal practice at home. A one to one relationship with a teacher is invaluable and a great opportunity to explore the benefits of yoga more deeply than in a group class. It can help a person of any age, level of fitness or state of health to recognise patterns in movement, breathing, diet or lifestyle which may be causing poor posture, stress or illness. A teacher trained in the Krishnamacharya tradition uses the tools of Yoga to help change these patterns and to optimise health.

If a person has serious health problems, Yoga Therapy and Ayurveda may help to relieve pain, improve breathing, mobility, coordination, digestion or sleep and may ease anxiety or depression. Movement with the breath, relaxation, sound and meditation are used as appropriate in modified forms to suit the individual. A regular home practice helps to overcome the effects of illness, assisting in a greater sense of self empowerment and well being.

A free half hour introductory consultation will assess general health, diet, sleep, work and leisure habits. From this strictly confidential information, Sue will plan a one hour lesson and a simple home practice which will include a combination of the tools of yoga; whatever is appropriate to the individual's needs. It is important that the person is committed to a short regular practice at home. This will enable her/him to become aware of, and change, patterns of movement, breathing, diet or lifestyle and help the teacher to see how the practice is working. At each subsequent lesson, the practice will be revised and adapted to suit development as it arises. Lessons are generally spaced 2 - 4 weeks apart and cost £40 per hour when held at Millers Farm. Prices may vary at other venues according to space rental and travel costs.

To make an appointment, please email   


British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course 1

October 2016 - July 2017

60 hours of tuition over 10 Sundays 10am-5pm

Applications by 6th September   Introductory Day 11th September 

This is an ideal course if you wish to deepen your understanding of Yoga, as a tool for self development or as preparation for Teacher Training. Sessions will be held in the Barn. Topics will include asana and practice planning, relaxation and stress management, simple anatomy of muscles and joints, pranayama, mantra, mudra, Prana, cakras and techniques to focus the mind. We will look at the history, literature and philosophy that informs Yoga. Each day will include 3 practices (asana, pranayama and concentration), practical analysis of asana, a talk, discussion and small group work. You will be encouraged to develop a home practice, read a text and keep a journal. A BWY certificate will be awarded on completion. To apply, you need to have attended Yoga classes for 2 years and be able to commit to the dates and course curriculum. Please email or phone for information about dates, cost, curriculum and an application form. Apply by post or email. Interviews will be held on the Introductory Day or by appointment

Monthly Yoga Sutra study and Chanting sessions will begin soon. If you are interested, please email 

Bespoke Yoga Breaks can be arranged. Staying at Millers Farm in the barn's self-catering accommodation could include personal yoga lessons programmed to your timetable - early morning, pre-lunchtime, early evening or late practices specific to your needs, be they energetic or soothing postures, pranayama, relaxation, meditation or mantra chanting or a Therapy session. Visits from local therapists can also be arranged: massage, kinesiology, herbal remedies.......And you will have time to walk in the stunning countryside or visit the main attractions in the locality. Please email if you are interested.