Welcome to the Yoga Garden

At Knepp Wildland Safaris

We have finally completed our move to our new home.  The Yurt has been re-sited in a beautiful wild flower meadow at the safari campsite in the heart of Knepp Wildland, a 3,500 acre rewilding project, and our full class and therapy timetable has resumed.  Please see the map for directions.

The Yoga Garden was created to provide a dedicated place for the practise of yoga in a harmonious and tranquil environment. Founder Nina, inspired by her love of practising Yoga in nature, opened up the centre to create a peaceful healing space and an alternative to getting fit in a noisy gym or crowded sports centre. The centre, which has now been open for eight years, offers a wide range of yoga classes and workshops in a variety of styles, for all members of the community. Private sessions, treatments and consultations are now available too.

Acu-Energetic Massage

For one Weekend only with visiting practitioner Salila from Australia Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st July.

This healing modality integrates Chinese, Judaic, Indian and Western healing traditions into an accurate energy medicine.  Phenomenal for identifying holding patters, shifting blockages and dealing with reoccurring, persistent problems that are proving hard to shift by other means.   Don’t miss this great opportunity! Call for more info or reserve your space on line.

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The studio is a beautiful hand crafted Mongolian style Yurt. The organic breathing structure creates a light and airy space, which is both warm in winter, thanks to the wood burning stove and felted wool lining, and cool in the summer. The Yurt has a smooth wooden floor and is fully equipped with top of the range ethically sourced organic yoga mats, bolsters and blankets.

The yoga garden welcomes all who want to grow in their yoga practice or try a class for the the very first time. Nina and her team will ensure you experience yoga and massage in a safe and nurturing environment.


‘May our heart’s garden of awakening bloom with hundreds of flowers.’
Thich Nhat Hanh