Outdoor & Online Yoga Classes Milton Keynes

“If you don’t take care of this, the most magnificent machine you will ever be given….where are you going to live?” K Calabrese

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Slow gentle  Hatha Flow  – Mondays and Fridays 9.30am

on Zoom From £6 per week for one or both live  classes 6 weeks £36

Friday 5th November 6 weeks – Friday 10th December 

Monday 8th November  6 weeks – Monday 13th December 

£6 per week on Zoom for one or both classes 

In person at The View, £8 drop in or £2 supplement for one outside class a week for those on Zoom

(If you miss a class you can take the recording as many times as you like for that week and one zoom link for the whole household)


Monday Evening  6.15-7.15pm Slow Flow Yoga  


The Synagogue, Giffard Park Monday

13th September – Monday 18th October 2021 – 6 week term £42

        Monday 8th November – Monday 13th December- 6 week term £42

Please pre pay term or drop in  £8

A filled in Health Questionnaire and Covid procedure acknowledgement is required before you take a class. (pre booking essential). Health Questionnaire. 

Try your first 2 classes on zoom for free.


Payment by  prefer bank transfer to Karen Noon with your full name as reference to Sort Code 40-47-64  Account 4231 0805 – Many thanks.                       


Monday and Friday We will open class at 9.20am to chat and catch up and keep connection. (6/7 In person places social distancing at The View £8 drop in or £2 supplement for those on Zoom)

I am enormously grateful that wherever we are in the world, the internet enables us to maintain our connection and we can continue to move, breathe and practice together.

A filled in Health Questionnaire is required before you take a class. 

From March 17th 2020 (AHIMSA-do no harm) Lessons went live streamed on Zoom 

When government guidelines allow we are social distancing live streaming from The View keeping safe. spaces IN/Outdoor yoga Milton Keynes available, social distancing  –  zooming live from The View


Monday Evening  Slow Flow Yoga  6.15-7.15pm –  £8 

Monday 6.15-7.15pm   Giffard Park   Synagogue  In person 

Inside term pre book limited spaces social distancing £8 per session, please pre book. 

A filled in Health Questionnaire and Covid procedure acknowledgement is required before you take a class. (pre booking essential).


I aim to make these classes as inclusive as possible and if you have lost your job or unable to pay please contact me.


Payment by  prefer bank transfer to Karen Noon with your full name as reference to Sort Code 40-47-64  Account 4231 0805 – Many thanks.

Suitable for beginners Yoga Milton Keynes.

Some Testimonials on the live stream Gentle Flow Yoga classes;

Thanks so much for taking the trouble to set up this. It’s so good to be able to do this at home. The unexpected joy is that we can see each other & exchange greetings. It was the highlight of the day. – Ros


Thanks so much for doing this for us, I don’t think I would be doing yoga without it, and it makes such a difference. X – Susan M


It’s working great Karen. Feel I had a really good practice and nice to feel part of a group rather than just following a random video.
Thank you!

Well done, Karen. Brilliant yoga session. It was easy to set up Zoom on my iPad and great to be able to see and chat to all the class too! Cheers – Keith H

Hi Karen
Enjoyed the session today- it helps to keep the body flexible and memory going especially at these challenging time- really good
See you tomorrow at 0930hrs
Thank you – Anne

Hope to be back soon but in the meantime let’s all practice ‘Ahimsa’, (do no harm) by staying home as much as we can.

Monday 9.30-10.30am   Great Linford     Linford Lakes  Slow Flow Hatha Yoga  

Term book £6 a class pre book on Zoom or £8 in person drop in 

The perfect start to your week. Yoga in nature outside in the summer. Using pranayama (breath) and asana (postures) we gradually allow our bodies to build strength and mobility ending with relaxation to unite the body and mind.

(Monday 6.15-7.15pm   Giffard Park   Synagogue  Slow Flow Yoga )

 £8 drop in.

Inside term pre book limited spaces social distancing

6 week term from 5th November – 13th  December £42 or £8 drop in.

A great end to your day. We will flow through various asanas synchronising breath with movement in a slow vinyasa yoga allowing your body to build strength and mobility ending with relaxation for body,  mind and spirit.

Friday 9.30-10.30am Great Linford    Linford Lakes Gentle Flow Yoga  – 

Term book £6 a class pre book on Zoom or £8 drop in.

The perfect start to your day.  We use pranayama (breathing) and move through various poses gradually allowing your body to build strength and mobility ending with relaxation for both the body and mind. Yoga in nature in summer outside.

Try your first class on Zoom for free.

Click on location above for google map site.

“The only way to experience true wellbeing is to turn inward. This is what yoga means – not up, not out,but in. In is the only way out.”– Sadhguru

Payment by cash/cheque or if you prefer bank transfer to Karen Noon with your full name as reference to Sort Code 40-47-64  Account 4231 0805 – Many thanks.

Corporate Yoga Sessions – £75 per hour (Currently on Zoom only)

Clients include Nuffield Health, VW, Up and Running and Network Rail…..

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Private YOGA As Therapy – Yoga Somatics and Restorative – Healing the body-mind 

For anyone in recovery or with chronic illness, auto immune conditions  or simply as a complimentary de stress to the world we live in.  All in the comfort of your own home, equipment provided.

We will start with SATYA (Sensory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement) is Prajna Yoga’s “yin” style practice. All the movements are done on the floor in a flowing fashion, without force. The SATYA movements cultivate inner listening and heighten proprioceptive awareness. This awareness is the body’s innate intelligence. The exercises are non-weight bearing and involve sliding, gliding and circular movements to reduce myo-fascial holding in the body.

We will cultivate essential sensory-motor awareness by experiencing small movements out of gravity. Movements that benefit the lower back, iliopsoas and spine.  Thus helping to reduce body fatigue.

Our body tissues absorb our living experience whether it is the food we eat, the way we live or the stress of our everyday lives. It’s no wonder we encounter discomfort and dis-ease. This practice will allow us to pause and using small somatic movements along with meditation and breathwork, help address these imbalances.

Somatic postures are used as a means to increase strength and flexibility, as well as heightening our ability to listen to deeper nerve pulsations and flows within the body.
See SATYA 1 for more information of this wonderful yoga practice.

I teach on a 1-1 or 1-2 basis at your home. Currently full. Contact me for when I next have availability.

Yoga at The View

above photo credited to yogi Linda Dennis showing Monday and Friday morning yoga view.

“I would love yoga and the benefits of this wonderful practice to be available to all in the community and if you find yourself here and are unable to afford the class, if there is space and in complete confidentiality, you may offer what you can afford and be most welcome”.

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Yoga In School

Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” (possibly Albert Einstein)

Apologies – I don’t teach in schools any more.

I have a BSC(Hons) in Psychology, a year of which was spent studying Child Development. 

I am enhanced DBS checked,  first aid trained and am trained and experienced working with the SEN code of Practice.

I undertook my Children’s Yoga and Teenage Yoga Teacher Training with the mindfulness expert, Christiane Kerr of CalmForKids in London and have been teaching yoga in preschools and schools since 2014.

Yoga is a fantastic mindful movement integrating body and mind with the breath.

For children and teenagers,  yoga helps development in the following ways

  • Develop body awareness
  • Learn how to use their bodies in a healthy way
  • Manage stress through breathing, awareness, meditation and healthy movement
  • Build concentration
  • Increase their confidence and positive self-image
  • Feel part of a healthy, non-competitive group
  • Have an alternative to tuning out through constant attachment to electronic devices


There is some great research and articles into the benefits of Yoga and children’s development. These are just a few, please do take a look.

A great article by Laura Grace Weldon on how physical and cognitive development relate to each other – 2012 – here

Yoga for Children and Young People’s Mental Health and Well-Being: Research Review and Reflections on the Mental Health Potentials of Yoga – here.

The Benefits of Teaching Yoga to Young Children with Special Needs: Developing an Appropriate Methodology – Michelle Mochan 2017 – click here

Karen Noon  Yogaalliance UK Registered

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