Top 5 Yoga Classes in London
Say Namaste because we found the top 5 yoga classes for you in London.
Yoga Foundations class is an excellent way to build confidence alongside other students who are new or returning to practice. You will learn the basic postures (Asanas), breathing techniques (Pranayama) and sequences to develop suppleness and greater mobility. Using simple, clear instructions and demonstrations, the teacher will help you to explore the body with a calm and focused mind.
Studio One, Islington
Yin Yoga is a slower-paced yoga, where students hold postures for set periods of time from 45 seconds to 5 minutes (depending on experience). Yin is not only a wonderful way to restore energy to the body, but it also helps to restore and heal. Aiding with energy flow, flexibility, and inner awareness. During postures, the time is used to explain the movement and benefits or aid mindfulness practice through meditation.
Equinox, Kensington and St James’s
Set your intention and build inner strength with heated yoga experience. Flowing sequences designed to make you sweat. The thermoneutral-heated studio is set to the ideal temperature range for your body and engineered to yield its optimal performance. Each class starts with a ritualistic warm-up and Sun Salutation series, preparing the body for strong standing sequences and conditioning interludes, leading to backbends and deep hip openers.
Sangyé Yoga School
Jivamukti Yoga is a method of yoga that was created by David Life and Sharon Gannon in 1984, which reintegrates the physical, philosophical and spiritual aspects of yoga. The emphasis in the west has been on yoga as mostly a physical practice. More and more people are achieving firmer bodies through regular yoga classes. But many are finding something more: what starts out as a purely physical practice creeps into the hearts and minds of even the least spiritual practitioners.
Frame Yoga Studio
Mandala Flow Yoga
A Mandala-inspired yoga class that flows dynamically 360 degrees around the mat. This is a playful and creative class, which will make you feel energized and upbeat. The sequence for each class will link back to the element, and related chakra, of the day as per the Mayan calendar. Not recommended for those who are new to yoga.
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