My yoga passion started while still at school, rushing home to follow Richard Hittleman on TV, then started attending Ian Scorgie's classes at Bon Accord in the early 80's, latterly attending his teachers class.

I started teaching in 2005 on a cover bases before setting up my own classes in 2009 and qualified as a Hatha Yoga teacher with Yoga Scotland.

My style focuses on body and breath awareness, flowing between postures and getting students to relax.


"I have been coming to Moira's yoga for several years now, basically because I enjoy it and for the feeling of well being it gives me. I decided to take it up because for a number of years i have had problems with my shoulder and every so often when the pain spreads to my back & neck, I'd need to get physiotherapy to slacken things off. When I started it was just 5 girls and me and over time the numbers have grown but unfortunately (or fortunately) I am still the only guy. This has not made any difference and I am treated by all as one of the group, I am not excluded or made to feel self consious. I look forward to my weekly sessions and the coffee afterwards and although I still have a sore shoulder, I don't have the expense of physiotherapy"
JL, Ruthrieston
"I thoroughly enjoy Moira's yoga class. I particularly like her voice which I find very calm and relaxing. There is always a variety of things to do from one class to the next. I always feel better after the class and feel that my general health and strength have improved since I've been doing yoga."
LF, West End
"I have been attending Moira's yoga classes for just over a year and in that time I have found that my body feels stronger and my balance has really improved. Moira's classes are very friendly and calming and she explains every position really clearly. I always leave feeling a lot better than when I arrived."
KB, West End

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