Private Appointments

If you don’t feel confident enough to try a class straight away, why not book a private appointment with Michelle? We offer private sessions with Michelle in Yoga, Pilates, Nutrition, PT, rehabilitation after injury or illness, family groups, or vouchers to use later, or as a gift. Please contact Michelle regarding all appointments, as they do unfortunately go quickly. 1-2-1's and small groups are held on Tuesday daytime plus Sunday mornings .

Private sessions 1-2-1 £28
Private sessions 2-2-1 £34 adding £6 per each extra person


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ATMR Access to Mobility and Rehabilitation has tried to work with a number of different charities and groups in order to provide support for as many different people as possible within Barnsley. Funding has been given by the National Lottery Fund Big Lottery Fund & Barnsley Hospital, plus Little fox’s over the years.

ATMR has since closed its funding but we have still be covering the same areas as below -:

Cancer Classes (free)
Wednesday 12 noon
Funded by Barnsley Hospital and Little Fox’s, plus our own fund raising events.
This is a free class covering Pilates, Yoga, Thai Chi, Pranayama and Meditation cancer rehabilitation on scar tissue, treatment areas and more. Please download a leaflet for more information.

ME & MS, Fybromaylga, and other mobility conditions. Monday 12 noon Pilates Mobility Some availability Tuesday 5.50pm, check for availability.

Over 60s (£4 donation to cover the costs of the class held at the end of the year the profits from this class is donated to a local charity voted for by the group attending this class.)

Wednesday 10:45am

A Wednesday 10.45am classes covering Yoga and Pilates plus mobility for a healthy heart and bones.

Yoga for Kids

Mini Yogies is a six week course for 3 – 7 years.
Fun and active, learn to balance their mind and bodies with yoga postures full of fun and games, with storytelling. An experienced BWY teacher, CRB checked will take your child on a wonderful journey through yoga postures and breathing exercises.

A fun and active class with games, and interaction with other children their own age. Be amazed at home with their demonstrations from six sessions. Their mind will be full of new experiences to share with all the family.



Pilates was designed by Joseph Pilates, a gymnast born in Germany. He recommended a few precise movements emphasizing control and form to aid injured soldiers in the first world war in regaining their health by strengthening, stretching, and stabilizing key muscles. Pilates created “The Pilates Principles” to condition the entire body: proper alignment, centering, concentration, control, precision, breathing, and flowing movement. Pilates works in many areas, Alignment correcting posture, Control of breathing through movement, using your inner strength from your core and pelvic floor, focusing your mind.

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Hatha & Ashtanga Yoga

The word Hatha is a compound of the words Ha and Tha meaning sun and moon. However, when the two components of the word are placed together, “hatha” means “forceful”, implying that powerful work must be done to purify the body. Yoga means to join two things together, hence hatha yoga is meant to join together sun (masculine, active) energy with the moon (feminine, receptive) energy, thus producing balance and greater power in an individual. Stretching and flexing the body in many postures developing breath awareness and working through traditional hatha practices to calm the mind and breath through Asana, Pranayama and Meditation. Changing your way of life forever.

Ashtanga Yoga – is the yoga of Patanjali, the compiler of the Yoga Sutras. It is composed of eight limbs: Yama and Niyama, which are ethical observations; Asana; Pranayama which is breath control; Pratyahara; which is sense withdrawal; Dharana, which is concentration; Dhyana, which is meditation; and Samadhi, which is a high state of concentration, mastery of the mind. The eight limbs are more precisely viewed as eight levels of progress, the foundation for the higher levels of Vinyasa Yoga, or dynamic connecting posture, that creates a flow between the more static traditional yoga postures using the breath. Essentially the breath dictates the movement and the length of time held in the postures. Unlike some Hatha yoga styles, attention is also placed on the journey between the postures not just the postures themselves. The viṅyāsa ‘flow’ is a variant of Surya namaskara, the Sun Salutation.

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Contact info

Mind Body and Spirit Barnsley Ltd  
The Studio
Shaw Lane
S70 6HZ
Studio: 00 44 7769 996438
Office: 00 44 7789 037427