Falmouth: Dracaena Fields


Join our FREE Park Yoga sessions at Dracaena Fields, Falmouth, TR11 2ES.

Please look out for the large Park Yoga flag.


9.30am – 10.30am every Sunday morning from 5th May to 15th September.

Getting here:

Car: Postcode for Sat Nav is TR11 2ES. Free parking is available.

Bus: We understand the following buses pass near the Dracaena Centre – 69, U1, U2, U4 but please check before travelling.

Train: Falmouth Town and Penryn Train Stations are about 30 minutes away by foot.


  • Free parking

Meet your instructor: Roz

Hi, my name is Roz and I have been teaching yoga for the past 4 years.

I first started yoga 10 years ago to help with my mental well-being post pregnancy, and from this my love of yoga was born. Never did I imagine that I would become a teacher one day, but I love making yoga accessible for people – people who are yet to discover the benefits mentally of a yoga practice, as well as the strength and flexibility it offers. I am passionate about yoga supporting you in whatever stage of your life you are in – which is why I have undertaken pre and post natal qualifications as well as menopause and yoga for cancer training. I also believe that financial barriers should not mean that you can’t practise yoga or attend a class, which is why I am so excited to be a part of the Park Yoga team.

Yoga is for every-body, so please do not be daunted if you don’t feel flexible. Yoga can meet your body physically where you are – with progressions if you fancy a challenge but a softer, calmer option if that suits you better. Personally, yoga has enabled me to run long distances and remain injury free, so the practice can definitely help enhance and maintain an already active lifestyle. It offers a different kind of strength. So, if you can’t touch your toes or hate the thought of standing on your head – it doesn’t matter – all these things are yoga, but yoga is so much more than any of these things, and I can’t wait to share practice with you.