Yoga in Westbury

Westbury Leigh Community Hall is a voluntary, not-for-profit undertaking run entirely by local people for the benefit of the village community.  

It’s a stunning converted church which was carefully altered in 2000 so that the atmosphere of the original church was preserved – and now the majestic Community Hall which it has become has a magnificent main hall measuring some 17m by 7m. The comfort of guest sis ensured by the underfloor heating and the impressive beech floor.

Not only that, but the Community Hall shows off to best effect the e original church ceiling and stone walls. There are three hardwood framed glass screens which open out into the original chancel of the church. Many classes and clubs use the venue, so you can check specific details on the community hall website.

By contrast, Leigh Park Community Centre is the focal point of Leigh Park, Westbury. It’s a community hall with catering and PA system. There is excellent disabled access and plenty of onsite parking. The venue offers clubs and classes in a central and easily accessible venue. 

We have two recommendations for yoga in Westbury:

Ben Parkes

Tuesday evening in Leigh Park Community Centre

Ben’s yoga takes place on Tuesday 7pm-8.30pm in Leigh Park Community Centre, Leigh Park Way, Westbury, BA13 3FN.

The cost is £8 per class if paid in advance or you can take the drop in option any time for £10 a session. You can book by calling or text Ben on 07850 465 419 or email him on

His website can be found here. 

This is a general yoga class, which means that all levels and abilities of yoga student are welcome, including beginners welcome. Ben suggest that you wear wear loose clothing and bring a yoga mat if you have one. Oh, and you’ll need a blanket to keep warm during your Yoga nidra (relaxation).

Fiona Fallon

Fiona holds claases on WEDNESDAYS in Westbury at the Westbury Leigh Community Hall Westbury BA13 3SQ

Her general and improvers class runs from 7.00 p.m. – 8.45 p.m.

Her schedule coincides with school term dates, with a break at half term. The costs of the classes is payable by the term in advance. Newcomers are able to attend on a drop in fee basis for up to 4 sessions before committing to a course. Concessions are available in some cases.

For full details see Fiona’s website.