Yoga Classes

Glasgow Yoga Classes with Melissa Corazón

Melissa Corazon doing yoga at Loch Lomond
Melissa teaches Hatha Yoga and Yin Yoga classes across Glasgow and in Milngavie.

You can read more about Melissa on her own website:

Below are all her current public classes:

Hatha Yoga @ Kinning Park Complex, Southside

Beginners Welcome
Tuesdays 6.45-8pm;
£5 Drop-in
£20 5 Class Pass*

*All classes must be attended consecutively for discount passes


Hatha Yoga @ YogaJos, Milngavie: 
Beginners Welcome
Wednsesday 9.30-10.45 am
£10 Drop-in


Gentle Hatha Yoga @ Yoga Healing, West End
Beginners Welcome
Thursday 10.30-11.45am
£10 Drop-in (concessions available)


Hatha Yoga @ Baldernock Church Hall, Glenorchard Road:
Beginners Welcome
Thursday 7.30-8.30pm
£8 Drop-in


Gentle Hatha Yoga @ YogaJos, Milngavie: 
Beginners Welcome
Friday 12.15 -1.30 pm
£10 Drop-in


Hatha Yoga @ Beatroute Arts Centre, Balornock: 
Beginners Welcome
Friday 6-7 pm


Yin Yoga @ YogaJos, Milngavie: 
Beginners Welcome
Sunday 10.30 - 11.45 am 
Includes Optional Free Meditation Class 11.55-12.25
£10 Drop-in


Melissa is also available for private and semi-private yoga classes throughout Glasgow from £35 per hour.

Yoga Classes are open to all levels. No need to book in advance, just turn up on the day.

Please advise of any injuries, ailments or other conditions before class begins.

Bring your own mat if possible, though there will be spares available or for hire depending on the venue.

Call : 07836 209194 or email for more details on any classes.

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Melissa's Yoga Story

Melissa in lotus pose on Bournemouth beach
My yoga journey began when I was travelling in Mexico. I suddenly felt compelled to join an early morning class at an eco village I was volunteering at - I wanted to take some responsibility for my own mental and physical health. In yoga I found a practice to nourish body, mind and spirit.

I began a daily practice and dedicated myself to study the different aspects of Yoga. I studied psychology at University as the body-mind connection has always intrigued me, so I viewed my yoga studies as a natural extension of this.

There were difficulties along the way and times when I 'fell out' with the practice, but it was always there for me when I returned.

In 2010 I decided to travel to India to train as a teacher. I spent 6 months there, immersing myself in yoga. I completed a 300 hour Yoga Alliance approved course in Rishikesh and I also spent time at the Anand Prakash Yoga Ashram and the Sri Aurobindo Ashram. I was fortunate to meet some wonderful teachers, whose words still continue to evolve and grow with me now.

On returning to the UK I began teaching in Bournemouth and found a teacher to keep learning with, who was part of the Integral Yoga discipline. However, I felt I wanted to immerse myself in Yoga, as I had in India, so my Husband and I went to work at Yoga Rocks Crete for 2 years. We ran the vegetarian kitchen, met friends for life and continued to deepen our Yoga practice. We were lucky to study with some of the worlds most well known teachers.

We returned to the UK at the end of 2012 and I've been teaching several classes around Glasgow since then. I also completed a 90hour teaching training with Jude Murray to teach people living with cancer and long term illness. The course was wonderful and added a different aspect to my own practice and therefore my teaching.

I continue to study and develop my practice, learning from great teachers and my wonderful students, who have taught me more than they could realise.

Hatha Yoga

The focus in this class is on bringing awareness into the breath and body, in order to feel happier and healthier on and off the Yoga mat!

In each class we will explore movement guided by the breath, to stretch and strengthen, complemented with gentle yin style postures to connect the mind, body and spirit.  We will close each session with a deep relaxation in order to receive the full benefits of the yoga.

Click for Melissa's Yoga Alliance Profile