Yoga teacher launches new classes after relocation

Yoga teacher Annabelle Wright.

A yoga teacher has launched a series of yoga classes in the district with the aim of opening her own studio when she becomes established.

Annabelle Wright, aka Bells, has recently relocated to North Yorkshire from London.

She hopes one day to open a yoga and holistic wellness studio in the area.

Whilst scouting for the perfect space, she has launched classes in various venues to start connecting and building a community here.

Bells said she had taught at some of London’s top yoga studios over the past four years and has hosted a range of workshops and retreats.

She said: “Coming from a performing background, I found a much-needed sense of grounding and stability on my mat that was lacking in my career; it was a constant that always had my back and I wanted to be able to give that to other people.

“Generally speaking, I teach classes that are strong, steady and mindful. I endeavour to create and hold space for you to meet yourself where you’re at, each time you step on your mat.

“I will encourage you to practice mindfully and connect with the subtle signals your body gives you to be fully present with yourself. I am very much looking forward to sharing the beautiful practice of yoga with the community up here.”

You will currently find YogawithBells at Physio 42’s new Pear Tree Studio in Newbiggin, Richmond; The Treebridge Hotel in Nunthorpe; Great Smeaton village hall and the village hall, in Brompton, near Northallerton.

For more information visit or find @yogawithbells on Instagram and Facebook.