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I enjoy blending many different styles into my Yoga classes.

I guess I am a bit of a mixologist!

One day you might find a little T’ai Chi a splash of Yin and a dash of Somatic Movement in your yoga class!

The inspiration for my classes comes from the island where I live and the passions that I have. Sometimes a line of a song, something from nature absorbed on a walk with my dogs, a book I have read or a poem. 

I also weave in the why of what we are doing from a yoga perspective for those of my clients who want to delve a little deeper.


Message from Kate.

The start of a Yoga journey is a beautiful and special time and should be enjoyable.

The golden rule is “if it doesn’t feel right don’t do it!’.

You should not experience pain or discomfort when practising Yoga or Pranayama/ Breathing exercises and should stop immediately if you do.

I urge you to listen to your own body and only do what feels good for you.

I am here to support you so please allow me to.


Creative Weekends

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Private Lessons

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The information provided in this website is strictly for reference only and is not in any manner a substitute for medical advice. For all health or medical issues, consult a qualified healthcare provider.

The author assumes no responsibility or liability for any injuries or losses that may result from practising yoga or any other exercise program. 

Essential – Please read carefully.

1. Ensure that you have contacted your medical practitioner for permission to practise yoga if you have any existing medical or health conditions that may affect your ability to practise safely.

2. It is imperative that you declare any existing medical or health conditions or any concerns that you have to Kate Gray Yoga/ Yoga on Bute before taking part in any classes or workshops provided by the above. We are here to help.

3. Pregnancy-

Please be advised that regrettably at this time Yoga on Bute/ Kate Gray Yoga are not able to allow you to participate in any class if you are pregnant or have recently given birth. Following your 6-week post-natal check-up and with the permission of your health care professional please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we would love to welcome you to class. 

4. Remember Yoga is a physical practise and as is the case with any physical activity, the risk of injury is always present and cannot be entirely eliminated. You affirm that you alone are responsible to decide whether to practice yoga.