Walk into Space Fitness and Wellbeing and immediately experience the calm and welcoming atmosphere. Located in The Grange, a beautiful Grade 2 listed building at the heart of Burley-in-Wharfedale, the light and airy studios have been updated, showcasing the original features against a contemporary backdrop, creating a relaxing environment that will leave you feeling renewed and invigorated.

At Space Fitness and Wellbeing we believe that the journey towards a fitter, healthier you should be enjoyable, fulfilling and renewing both physically and mentally. We offer you excellent instructors who are friendly yet professional, a safe environment in which to enjoy a range of classes, courses, workshops and therapies and a wonderful sense of community.


Pop in to our cafe and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and relax before or after class. There are magazines to browse and a range of wellbeing products.

Improving wellbeing is more than just a fitness decision so at Space our mission is to inspire, motivate and empower you to achieve your personal best and to help you feel fitter, stronger, healthier and more energised.

Sarah Clough

The founder of Space Fitness & Wellbeing has been described as the ‘powerhouse’ behind this dynamic business. Working alongside her amazing team of passionate professionals they strive to create a welcoming environment, which helps people of all ages and abilities to feel fitter, healthier, happier and more energised.

Sarah has always enjoyed a healthy lifestyle, combining exercise and good food. Whilst on holiday she decided to move her career away from fashion design and train to become a Pilates instructor when she realised that it is never too late to fulfill your dreams. Since creating her business, she has never looked back.

Having travelled extensively, living in Asia and Africa, Sarah is innately curious and continues to be so, staying up to date with health and fitness trends, the best of which she endeavours to brings to SPACE.


Sarah teaches Pilates, Power Pilates (with weights), SLIDE and Cardio Barre.

Luke Holland

After spending over 6 years in the Royal Marine Commandos Luke knows first-hand what the body and mind can achieve when properly driven and focused.

He has adapted his years of training to apply this accumulated knowledge to training clients in the most effective way, whilst making each session enjoyable and keeping them coming back for more.
Luke’s focus lies on functional fitness, conditioning and strength training but he also believes that fitness and nutrition go hand in hand.

Affectionately known as the ‘Smiling Assassin’, Luke will challenge you to work to your full potential and to achieve things you never thought you would be able to.

Luke teaches HIIT / Circuit classes

and Studio Fit for Ages 14-17.

Georgia Carlisle

After spending 3 years living in San Franscisco where she studied her 500 hours of Yoga Teacher Training Georgia returned home to Yorkshire. Practicing yoga has opened up a door to allow Georgia to live life in a more conscious and thoughtful way. As her practice has developed and evolved, she has continued to discover the endless teachings yoga has to offer.
As part of her training Georgia has specialised in Prenatal, Postnatal and Restorative Yoga and feels a special passion for creating a supportive and nurturing community for women through the time of pregnancy, birth and motherhood.
Georgia’s style of teaching is welcoming, safe and thoughtful, and considers each student as being unique and individual.
Georgia teaches Vinyasa Flow, Flow & Restore, Mums & Babies yoga.

Ali Morpeth

Ali is a Registered Nutritionist (RNutr) working with people and communities to bring nutrition and health into their lives.


For over 13 years Ali worked with global food manufacturers, UN institutions and NGOs developing behaviour change programmes to help people establish healthy habits. From years of working on large-scale behaviour change interventions Ali is super aware of the importance of change psychology. Her nutrition practice is based on the same behaviour change principles - she delivers sustainable lifestyle change rather than short-term ‘diet’ advice.  


Ali is passionate about making nutrition simple for her clients, helping them achieve and maintain healthy eating, even when life gets busy.


We are so delighted to have Ali join the team at SPACE so that we can all benefit from her knowledge, experience and practical ways of making nutrition simple for all.


Ali is available for consultations on Tuesdays and Fridays at SPACE.



Juliet Mason

Juliet is a qualified Dru Yoga instructor with advanced training in Dru Yoga Back Care, Anatomy and Myofascial Movement. She practices an accessible style of yoga which guides the student through gentle flowing movements with the aid of breath, allowing the body to open, soften and lengthen. This graceful form of exercise energises the body and is an effective form of stress relief.
Juliet’s guiding principles are to work with the body’s natural patterns of movement in an environment that is safe and relaxed. Her style of teaching is welcoming and non competitive, working with you as an individual.

Juliet teaches Dru Yoga

Emelia May

Emelia began her career as an Energy Worker and Massage Therapist going on to qualify as an advanced Colour Therapist and Crystal Healer. The common denominator to her studies being how the body’s energy systems are working and strengthening them. Acknowledging the powerful role that the mind plays, Emelia then became a teacher of ‘Guided Imagery’ before embarking on her journey to become an instructor in Taekwon-Do, Tai Chi, Chi Kung and Meditation.
Emelia emanates peacefulness and calmness and you will leave her sessions feeling relaxed and renewed.
Emelia teaches Tai Chi

Jill Harris

Jill has been practising yoga all her adult life and over the years has tried Hatha, Yin, Iyengar, Bikram/Hot yoga, Kundalini, Vinyasa and Ashtanga yoga. However,  it was Vinyasa that spoke to her most because it encorporates flavours of other yoga practices, focuses strongly on breath and movement together and allows room for freedom and adventure in class.

Jill qualified as a yoga teacher in December 2014 and says she feels that yoga has a magical quality that can bring about amazing transformations on a physical, mental and spiritual level.  Jill says “it is an absolute joy to help others obtain feelings of acceptance, well-being and peace. To me that's what yoga is about - how we feel inside. It has been my saviour at difficult times in my life and I feel grateful every day for that”.

Jill’s classes are fun, challenging and open to all.

 Jill teaches Vinyasa Flow.

Laura Carty

Laura brings her expertise as a fully qualified physiotherapist as well as a musculoskeletal physiotherapist to SPACE. Never one to stand still Laura is working towards her MSc in professional practice and is a qualified Pilates instructor as well as a postnatal, mum and baby and pregnancy yoga instructor.

Outside of teaching, she is a keen climber and has conquered Kilimanjaro, Mount Fuji and Everest base camp and on top of that speaks fluent Portuguese.  Laura believes that wellbeing is about a positive state of mind as well as physical fitness and emotional wellness.

​Believing that movement is about quality and not just quantity, Laura’s classes are accessible to just about anyone with a strong focus on technique.

Laura teaches Pilates, Pilates Core, Power Pilates and Pregnancy Fit

David Squire

As a keen rock climber and fitness enthusiast, David first turned to yoga as a way to take his rock climbing to a new level.

With foundations built in Ashtanga Yoga, he undertook a 200 hour teacher qualification in Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga. A new style that brings the best from traditional and modern yoga practices to offer challenge in a way that is open to all levels.

At completion of his Core Strength Vinyasa training in 2018, David became the first and only male in the UK to be qualified to teach in this style.

Since then he has been delivering yoga classes specifically to compliment cyclists, runners, climbers, power lifters and CrossFit athletes. The outcome is better overall health, recovery from and reduced chance of injury and ultimately improved performance within each discipline.

David strives to promote the benefits and huge versatility of yoga. In particular he wants to encourage men who may be sceptical about yoga, or who are looking to push their own training to new levels. Whether an athlete or an occasional yogi; for life, for longevity he loves to encourage everyone to give yoga a go and find the style that suits them.

David teaches Core Strength Vinyasa Yoga

Jen Scott

Jen has been practicing yoga for 20 years, exploring and enjoying different styles including Hatha, Ashtanga, yin, kundalini and Vinyasa.
Encouraging her students to connect with mind, body and soul, you will be warmly welcomed and immediately put at ease on the mat. She believes this is your time to quieten the mind and connect to the physical body. This time is vital in helping to maintain a healthy and balanced lifestyle.

Jen believes yoga isn’t just about being flexible, it is about what you experience while connecting with the body whilst synchronising the breath and movement together.

Jen taught in a secondary school for 13 years and enjoys sharing knowledge with children and young people. She believes it is important, maybe now more than ever, to give our young people strategies to reduce anxiety, mindfulness techniques to be present and a physical practice to build strength and promote flexibility.

She continually seeks to grow in her yoga practice, learning from different culture’s approaches to health, wellbeing and spirituality.
Jen teaches Vinyasa Yoga, Parent & Toddler Yoga and

Kids Yoga year 7-8.

Susan Saville

Susan is a qualified midwife with almost 30 years experience of supporting women in pregnancy, birth and new motherhood.

She is a qualified Hypnobirthing instructor and Rebozo practitioner and holds hypnobirthing courses and pregnancy relaxation classes in SPACE.  

She is passionate about preparing parents for birth and new parenthood and believes that hypnobirthing provides parents with the tools to navigate labour, birth and new parenthood positively, no matter what type of birth they have. She also teaches preparation for breast feeding and life with a new baby.

Susan’s style of teaching is nurturing, fun and informative and always includes guided relaxations.

She is a great believer in promoting self-care and enjoys regular yoga practice, mindfulness exercises and getting out in nature in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside

Susan runs Hypnobirthing and Relaxation courses, workshops and is instrumental in MumsHub.

Angela Hurst

Angela is our very own ‘Front of House’ angel!

Taking care of everybody, plus anything that requires her special attention. She assists in the smooth running of Space, and aims to enhance your overall experience the moment you walk through the door.
With a professional background in design and property, she immediately fell in love with Sarah’s beautiful vision for Space.  

Her own wellness journey uncovered a passion for following a holistic approach to health and wellbeing. She practices yoga regularly and is a self-confessed personal development junky... having studied NLP, counselling skills, meditation, energy medicine and nutrition she qualified in Reiki healing and is a DARE™ (Dissolve And Resolve Emotions) practitioner.

Angela loves to paint (canvas or walls), chat over a cuppa or gallop down her beloved Bamburgh beach.

Her favourite time is when clients tell her that Space is their healing place.

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Space Fitness and Wellbeing

The Grange, Main Street, Burley in Wharfedale,

Ilkley, LS29 7ND

Tel: 07999 835 660



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