“Jess is a compassionate and lovely person & very well qualified and experienced”
– Nick B 2023
“7 years, so many changes in my life. I’ve never looked back!”
– Sarah V 2024
“So welcoming, down to earth and she makes you feel at ease!”
– Gill B 2023

Class Timetable

Teaching for 17 years (up to 2024) Jessica is a very well-respected and established teacher/speaker/mentor, currently hosting weekly Yoga & Meditation classes, Corporate wellbeing programmes PLUS Workshops, Retreat Days, Rest & Restore evenings and more. Jess also teaches one-to-ones, weekend and longer retreats, company wellbeing, workshops & courses. To keep abreast of what Jessica is up to follow here or on social media (Insta @wellbeingyogaessex & Facebook @wellbeingyogauk). NEXT Retreat Day is September dates tbc. Thank you.

Monday Night Class: 19:00 – 20:10

At: Little Warley & Childerditch Village Hall, 3 Magpie Ln, Warley, Brentwood CM13 3DZ (next to The Greyhound pub). Plenty of space as well as plenty of parking. 5 min drive from centre Brentwood. first

Tuesday Morning Class: 09:30 – 10:40

At: Maple Hall, Maple Cl, Brentwood CM13 2EA – lovely and spacious hall, very local, parking outside.

Friday Morning Class: 09:30 – 10:40

At: Eagle Hall (1st Warley Scout Group), The Drive, Warley Brentwood Essex CM13 3BH. Plenty of space & plenty of parking. 5 min drive from the centre of Brentwood. If you drive up The Drive (from Brentwood end) it’s the turning on the left close before you reach the old Ford building – signposted to the Depot – (not well signed) – it’s pretty much the first big building (green) on your left – come in the gates & park – it’s a new building &we’re on the 1st floor.


See below for pricing + how to buy packages (via Paypal) – all class passes have at least 4 weeks extra time built in to use up the pass e.g. a 6-Class Pass has 10 weeks to use it, an 8 has 12 weeks & so on.
 Thank you.

Teacher Bio

Jessica Livingstone, Senior Yoga & Meditation Teacher & Founder of Wellbeing Yoga (Yoga & Meditation Studio Brentwood Essex 2013-2021)

As of March 2024

Business owner, teacher and mother of two, Jessica is a highly experienced, Senior Yoga Teacher (16 years teaching, 1000+ CPD hours, 20+ years practising) of many forms of Yoga, including Vinyasa, Hatha, Slow Flow, Power, Shadow Style & more. Jessica founded and ran the first of its kind Yoga & Meditation Business from 2013-2021 in Brentwood (Essex). After losing the Venue due to the pandemic (the gym we were housed in went bust) Jessica chose to let go of her studio and teachers and focus on hosting her own classes and progress the mentoring side to her business.

Additionally, Jessica has 16 years experience and training as a Meditation teacher from multi-disciplines inc. Mindfulness as well as in-depth Yoga Nidra Meditation training and pranayama (breath-work) training.

Jessica also acts as a Life Coach/Mentor as well as a Corporate Wellness Coach in the City, this has included hosting talks with clients such as WestHam FC & Empiric IT Solutions.

Jessica has hosted 8+ Yoga and Meditation Retreats in the UK and abroad, as well as many workshops and courses and large fundraising events. Jessica created the first of its kind in Essex annual Yogathon raising £10,000 for MIND.

Her passion is “mental and emotional health and wellbeing”.  As such, she has also trained in trauma, somatics and yoga for anxiety and depression.

Some of Jessica’s teachers include the famous Shiva Rea, the late Michael Stone, Alan Finger (ISHTA Yoga), Rod Stryker, Sianna Sherman, Uma Dunsmore Tuli, Alessandra Pecorella, Lisa Kaisley-Isley, Maria Garre and more.

Jessica continually studies self-development. This has included training 5 times with very famous International Life & Business Coach Anthony Robbins and the More to Life Foundation. She regularly attends yoga industry events e.g. UCL’s Yoga and The Brain Conference: The Impact of Yoga and Mental Health.

Example Testimonials

“Why I commit to yoga with Jess every week – To be a successful teacher I believe you have to love what you teach, and Jess LOVES yoga and meditation. It is who she is. She has devoted a huge part of her life to learning more and this is shown and shared in every class she teaches. I mentally crave Jess’s class each week for the knowledge, positive energy and balance she share and I physically crave Jess’s class for the enhancement to my body’s strength and flexibility. Jess is empowering, bringing a positive light into the lives of everyone she teaches. Jess is a breath of fresh air to anyone caught up in the trials and tribulations of everyday life…. Thank you”

“Jess and her classes have been keeping me sane for years. Every class is different and reflects the mood of the people attending, she instinctively seems to know what you need – I always leave class in a better state of mind than when I arrived. Classes are friendly and nonjudgmental and no matter who you are next to they are happy to chat. She has changed my life for the better and continues to do so. Thank you”

“When I came to my first class with Jess I knew instinctively that she was not any ordinary yoga teacher and was so pleased to have found a great one. She gives much of herself, providing a meaningful class and I feel a greater sense of wellbeing after each. I reap the rewards throughout my daily life. I am looking forward so much to her new classes and hoping to get my son involved in yoga too. Thanks a lot Jess.”

Class Style

Jess teaches predominantly Vinyasa yoga – this is a style that’s characterised by sequencing postures together so that you move effortlessly from one to another, using the breath  Can be referred to as “flow” yoga. If taught expertly and with mindfulness Jessica believes you can move into a flow state – a zen-like state of meditational movement: breath and body.

Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are alike.  The opposite are “fixed forms,” such as Ashtanga, which has the same sequence every time.

The variable nature of Vinyasa Yoga Jessica believes lets you develop a more balanced body as well as to avoid repetitive motion where injuries can happen if you’re always doing the same thing – equally variety is the spice of life!