A space to relax, meet new people and escape.


The Little Yoga Studio is all about wellness and community.

We want to provide a space for people to relax and unwind, meet people and make friends and feel like they can escape the hustle of day to day life.

Our beautiful studio is located in the center of Twyford, above the Bia Hub, a 2 minute walk from the train station. We provide Lululemon non-slip mats, blocks, straps, bolsters and blankets for you to use, so you don’t have to worry about bringing anything with you.

We want everyone to feel welcome. Whether it’s your 1st or 1,000th time stepping on the mat, our highly qualified experienced yoga instructors are here to guide you through your practice.

We offer a variety of classes for all levels of students, allowing you to find the class that best suits you and your lifestyle. We also host a variety of workshops and courses with guest teachers, designed to help you learn more and deepen your practice.

Whether you’ve journeyed from Charvil, Hurst, Caversham, Windsor or beyond, you’ll be sure to find a warm and welcoming atmosphere waiting for you.

Come and connect with our community and

experience the transformational benefits of yoga!

Meet the team

Stacey Collings

Stacey Collings


Influenced by her teachers and peers, Stacey was first inspired to become a Yoga teacher during her 200-hour Ashtanga and Rocket Yoga Alliance Teacher Training in 2014. Since then she’s gone on to study and train in Advance Rocket, Mandala, Tripsicore, Yin and Pre and Post natal Yoga.

On her yoga journey, Stacey found herself wanting to learn more about nutrition and overall wellbeing. She’s since become a Kinesiologist and Nutritional Consultant and runs a small wellness clinic in Hurst.

Yoga, Kinesiology and nutrition have taught Stacey so much about herself and what’s important to her. She is passionate about helping people feel good about themselves from the inside out and often weaves Yoga, Kinesiology and nutrition together in her classes and workshops.

Stacey loves teaching a sweaty powerful flow and looks forward to working with you in one of her classes.


Emily Cobbie


Emily Cobie is a community yoga and chanting facilitator and founder of the Oh Shala yoga festival. She has been studying and teaching yoga in and around Berkshire and Buckinghamshire for over 10 years under the guidance of her teachers Hatha Yoga Guruji, Praveen Somu and Ashtanga Yoga Guruji, Ajay Kumar. Emily continues to study in India each year with her teachers and share this knowledge locally. Emily is trained in Ashtanga, Hatha, Yin Yoga, Yoga Decolonisation, Kirtan, Pregnancy Yoga and Anatomy.

Emily’s approach is accessible to all, always offering modifications for the physical asana but fundamentally a class to understand the study of the breath during the yoga practice.


Dom Hatcher


Dom started practicing Yoga over 15 years ago before becoming a qualified teacher in 2017. Since then he has taught Yoga on Yoga Teacher Trainings and Retreats around the world as well as running local classes in studios in Twyford, Henley and surrounding areas.

Dom is a passionate Bhakti Yogi & Kirtan leader & his studies have taken him to India, Central & South America, Europe and Indonesia.

He now resides in the UK and teaches Bhakti, Hatha, Yin & Trauma Informed Yoga Practices as well as working as a Healer and Ceremonialist. He is also founder of Cacao Sita.

Dom brings a sense of calm and grounding to all of his classes whilst emphasising alignment and introspective awareness. His classes are more than a movement practice, they are a pathway home to yourself.

Dom loves to share what he has learned with all who wish to benefit from this great wisdom tradition to aid them in greater health, peace of mind and vibrant living.

When he is not teaching you will find him creating music, gardening, working out, going to temples, traveling and practicing Yoga.


Ester Abrey

Teacher & Pre/Post Natal Specialist

I love helping others love yoga. I am a 500 hour registered yoga teacher who loves sharing my love of yoga whether that is to new or expectant mamas, through to providing accessible yoga for local charities, to supporting athletes in their training and aiding injury recovery, supporting your nervous system through yoga nidra meditation, or even exploring aerial yoga. You can find me regularly teaching in Twyford, Wallingford, Streatley and Berkshire & Oxfordshire!

My original 200 hour yoga teacher training was in Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, and my curiosity has led me to explore functional movement, being one of the few people in the country to have attained the Yoga Alliance Professionals Yoga for Athletes and In Sport, as well as specialising in pregnancy and postnatal yoga (including further training into c-section recovery, and Pelvic Girdle Pain), yoga for anxiety, depression and PTSD, and yoga nidra.

I love finding out about the why and the how behind these incredible traditions and practices, and love blending my learnings on the very latest on for example, research into fascia and how this impacts movement with traditional yogic wisdom, for example in this instance, the bandhas.

My classes encourage you to find where you need to be, to tune in to the feedback from your own body, breath, and mind, offering options to tailor it to where you find yourself each day.


Alice O’Sullivan


After over 10 years of practicing Yoga, I completed my 200-hour Hatha Yoga teacher training with Om Yoga Academy in 2021. Deepening my practice during a time of so much uncertainty was transformative for me, and allowed me to approach life with more connection and balance. In 2022 I became a qualified Cosmic Kids Yoga teacher which I have loved facilitating at the primary school I teach at. It has been incredibly fulfilling to bring the joy and benefits of Yoga to children, and I love watching them embrace the practice through storytelling and imagination. Recently, I had the opportunity to complete an 80-hour prenatal Yoga teacher training whilst in Rishikesh.

For me, Yoga is not just a physical practice; it’s my sanctuary, my happy place. It has taught me the importance of finding balance and inner peace amidst the busyness of life. I strive to inspire others to discover their own sense of harmony through yoga, just as it has done for me.


Somita Basak


Somita is an experienced classical dancer, enthusiastic yogi and nurturing yoga therapist with a lifetime of experience in teaching, performing and healing.

She teaches in Twyford, Reading and Caversham and offers a unique ‘Sweet and Powerful’ style. She nurtures a tranquil, safe and supportive environment. In which people feel comfortable enabling them to connect with their true selves. Somita is passionate about movement and the healing benefits it brings and desires to share the magic with you all!

Qualifications include;
RYT 200 hour certified instructor with Yoga Alliance UK
Level One Yogic Arts Instructor
580 hour IAYT and BCYT accredited Yoga Therapist
Professional Indian Classical Dance Artist
( Lifetime of Experience and Continued Professional Development including practising with leading teachers of Ashtanga, Jivamukti, Dharma Mittra, Yogasana and Yogic Arts).

You can find Somita doing anything that involves music and or being in nature when not in the studio!


Lynette Greenaway


Lynette is an experienced yoga, meditation teacher and space holder based in Reading. Skilled at creating powerful, healing spaces wherever her voice is heard. Known for her intelligent, consciousness in motion yoga classes and action on and off the mat.

Vinyasa practices with philosophy, poetry, heart, laughter en route to profound realisation, poignant revelation, occasional tears and frequent experiences of astonishment and awe toward this miraculous existence. Yin and restorative teachings that lead you to internal experiences of stillness and deep divine rest, collective care, healing and ritual.

Jo Winterton

Jo Winterton


I started practicing yoga over 20 years ago. Yoga and meditation have helped me to find my true path to happiness, well-being, peace and joy. They have helped me to navigate the ups and downs of life, and I love to share the knowledge I have learned (and am still learning), in my yoga classes, meditation classes, workshops, retreats and sound healing.

I chose to do my yoga teacher training with FRYOG – studying classical and holistic yoga. I then studied with Swami Saradananda, and trained to become a meditation teacher. I am also a gong master practitioner CMA, I trained with Sarah Gregg at Sacred Sound Inspirations. 

I have become more immersed in the world of yoga since having my children – it is a way of life for me, I live and breathe yoga and am constantly adding to my knowledge and skills.

Life can be busy, come and join me to rest and be still for a moment.