Welcome to the Eclipse Yoga Centre
We look forward to meeting you. You will find us on the main promenade of Dover. A hidden jewel that lies under the main building of 1-3 Waterloo Crescent. We are on the opposite end of the building to the Royal Yacht Club. The entrance is around the back. The main doors will be open 20 minutes before class starts and close 5 minutes after. If you wish to come down to see the facilities please call beforehand as you may not get in if a class is in progress and we would not want you to waste a journey. Information will be available in a dispenser outside if you are passing.
About Eclipse Yoga Centre
Located in Kent on Dover sea front Eclipse Yoga Centre is easily accessible and is close to the town centre, station and main roads. The Centre fulfils the dream of teacher Caroline Purvey who has long wanted to offer her students and clients a venue that provides the ambiance not found elsewhere in the area, indeed such venues are very limited outside of London.
As well as studio space the Centre provides a private room for meditation.
The fully equipped Studio space is available for other teachers/therapists to hire at very competitive rates.
If you are thinking of taking up Yoga for your wellbeing then please do get in touch.
How to Find Us
Easy access from M20 (Ashford, Folkestone) direction, along the A20 to the third roundabout into Dover taking the 2nd exit into Union Street. Take the next left into the Esplanade. The landmark to look for is the Royal Cinque Ports Yacht Club. The entrance to the Eclipse centre is situated on the end of the building block as you walk round to the rear from the sea front alongside the gardens.
From Canterbury direction follow the A2 down Jubilee Way towards the docks. Take the first exit at the bottom of the hill (A259) Townwall Street. Stay in the left lane and after the first left into Marine Parade by the Premier Lodge. Waterloo Crescent is just past Wellesley Road.
The mainline station Dover Priory is approximately 3 minutes by Taxi or just under a mile to walk.
There is ample parking in the vicinity. During the day De Bradelei car park is the best option. Charges vary depending on car park or road. Parking is free after 5:30pm. Permits offering considerable discount are available for regular visitors to the centre from Dover Council. http://www.dover.gov.uk/Transport,-Streets–Parking/Parking/Parking-in-Dover.aspx