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Welcome to Stable Yoga

Stable Yoga is a bespoke yoga studio in the quiet village of Kintbury, between Hungerford and Newbury in Berkshire. It is run by Lucy Makin who qualified as a certified yoga teacher in 2002 and who has been teaching in the Newbury area since 2004.

The Stable Yoga team consists of Lucy and her colleagues Neeta Madahar, Zoe Warren and Lizzy Nichol, who all teach a range of different classes to suit differing needs and abilities, including daytime and evening options.

For more information on the ancient practice of yoga and some of its modern-day benefits, please click to link to Why Practice Yoga.

To register for a class please go to the Registration Form where you can register online and send it to us. If you have any questions do contact us.

Class spaces are limited, so book early!

“I’ve loved the yoga I’ve done so far and it’s total bliss being able to just walk down the street for two minutes to get to you.” Nicki

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“I've been coming to Lucy's yoga for over 10 years and feel incredibly lucky that our paths have crossed. Every week I leave her class feeling restored, refreshed and incredibly blessed.” Lou

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“I joined Stable Yoga in 2009 and have attended a Wednesday evening class throughout the various terms ever since. I hate to miss a class because of the sense of well-being that each class gives. The ancient art of Yoga has a very great relevance today and can bring a kind of serenity in a chaotic world. Lucy is an exceptional teacher. Her classes have a structure and balance that is challenging, rewarding and enjoyable. Her cheerful patience when correction or guidance is needed is always encouraging and never critical or ‘off-putting’.

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“A weekly dose of stretching, strengthening, relaxing, enlightening, rebalancing self-care - the perfect way to destress & start the week. I always leave Lucy's classes feeling refreshed.” Hayley

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“I'm so pleased to have discovered Yoga, a full 90 minutes of forgetting all the things usually buzzing round one’s head and stretching long forgotten bits of your body is so therapeutic. And to add to that such beautiful, tranquil surroundings, beats a gym or Town Hall any day :)” Jo W.

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