Class Locations in Surrey

Cranleigh Arts Centre

1 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AS

Situated on Cranleigh High Street diagonally opposite the petrol station. This at the mini roundabout connecting with the Ewhurst road and Horsham road.

Drive down the narrow road between St Nicolas Church and Cranleigh Arts. There is a small arts centre carpark on the right. Or keep going and there is the Church carpark (not to be used during church events) Better to park along a revidential road off the Ewhurst Rd.

There is also pay and display parking at Co-op carpark. There is a short walk from the recycling end of the carpark, past the medical centre, beside the Thai restaurant and then across at the traffic lights.

Enter Cranleigh Arts through the back door from the carpark. The front door is often closed in the morning and evening, unless there is an event on. Yoga is in the studio alignment the corridor.

Please leave shoes outside the studio on the rack. There is equipment in the wooden cupboard for your to use. Please bring a mat.

Walliswood Village Hall, Dorking

Walliswood Village Hall, Froggetts Ln, Walliswood, Dorking RH5 5RJ

Walliswood Village Hall, at the edge of the Surrey Hills, is a sweet little hall set in a field surrounded by trees. Whilst a rural location, it is close to Cranleigh and the larger towns of Dorking and Horsham and just a short way from the A29 at Ockley.

A yoga mat and a blanket. In due course bring foam blocks too. New people can request to borrow a mat (please contact Sarra in advance)

Free parking at the hall, and there is an overflow area for parking just along the road.

Kilnhanger, Shamley Green

Kilnhanger, Farley Heath, Near Guildford, Surrey, GU5 9EW

There are mats to use. Please bring foam blocks if you have them.

Parking for yoga retreats and classes is located at the end of the dirt track just before entering the gravel driveway at Kilnhanger. It is just before the gate in the clearing on your left hand side.

This is a family house along the end of a dirt track . Drive along the dirt track and take the second right. Park in the clearing. Walk alignment the gravel through the gates towards the house. Walk to the left of the building to the front door. When you enter the hall, the studio is on your right. Please leave your shoes, bags and coats in the hall.

Sat nav: if you are coming by sat nav make sure to put in Shamley Green, Farley Heath Road as well as the postcode (GU5 9EW) as some sat nav’s have taken people via Shophouse lane which is the wrong way. The dirt track that leads up to Kilnhanger is situated just off Farley Heath road.

Directions to Kilnhanger from the A3 
If you are coming down from London on the A3:

Turn off the A3 at the Ripley by pass and take the 2nd exit of the roundabout and you then go through Ripley village. Coming out the village, you’ll go past a shed company on your left and a garden centre on your right. Keep going until you get to a roundabout with a shell garage on your left.

Take the first exit on the roundabout (the A247 towards West Clandon )
Stay on the this road and you’ll pass the clandon rail station the L’Auberge public house then the Bull’s Head Pub then you will come to Junction with traffic lights. Go straight over, taking the A25 (Shere road) towards Newlands Corner.

You go over Newlands corner (a huge hill) and start going down the hill then take the first turning on the right towards Albury on the A248. You will pass a church on your left and then take the first turning on your left which is New road and you will start going up a hill.

Stay on the same road (over a railway crossing), keep going (the road becomes Brook hill, keep going on the same road past Edgely caravan site on your left, veer round to your right, still on the same road (it becomes August Lane), carry on the same road (it then becomes Farley Heath road).

Keep going until the road is just about to start going down a hill and you see the Kilnhanger sign on your left.  Go left up the dirt track (past a stables on your right) and take the right after the stables which goes straight up to Kilnhanger house.