GuildfordYoga payment options

GuildfordYoga offers a variety of payment options to help you save money depending on how regularly you wish to practice.


Pay-As-You-Go Prices

If you aren’t ready to commit to regular yoga practice you are very welcome to pay-as-you-go and come along to any class that is convenient for you. Find details about this week’s classes on the GuildfordYoga Class Timetable page, with venue and price details and you can book/pay directly using PayPal.


Practice for less – GuildfordYoga discount passes

Yoga was designed to be practiced regularly, but it can get expensive if you pay-as-you-go. So why not buy a discount pass? There are a range of different pass types to help you practice frequently and save money.

Term class pass – n/a

This pass isn’t currently available during the Covid-19 pandemic – hopefully I’ll be able to re-introduce it soon!

– unlimited access to all mixed ability classes during the term
– 50% discount at the Yoga Therapy classes
– £5 discount at both workshops during the term

Great value if you want to practice every week or more often. Buy in class when you arrive (cash or cheque payable to Luci Phipps) or you can buy now using the PayPal facility. Valid: 6 Jan – 3 April 2020 (12 weeks of classes).

2020 Annual class pass – £390

– unlimited access to all the mixed ability classes during the year
– 50% discount at the Yoga Therapy classes
– £5 discount to all six workshops

Amazing value for a whole year of yoga (6 Jan-15 Dec 2020). Buy in class when you arrive (cash or cheque payable to Luci Phipps) or you can buy now using the PayPal facility. There will be a minimum of 44 full weeks of classes, closures will be announced on the website and on Facebook.


GuildfordYoga gift vouchers

Any of the above discount passes can be purchased as a gift for a loved one.

“… I thought I would let you know that your yoga class this morning helped my back enormously. Sometimes, for no apparent reason it goes into spasm but this morning’s yoga seemed to catch it before it fully developed. The exercises seemed to settle it and it is now just sore, not agony, for which I am very grateful. Long live yoga and a strong core.” – Alistair