New to Yoga/Pilates
New to yoga?
Although all our Level 1, All Levels, Gentle, and Restorative yoga classes are open to beginners, we strongly recommend you complete a beginners’ course first to ensure you start your yoga practice with the best possible foundation.
Want to try a class first so you know what to expect? We offer all new clients 30 days unlimited yoga classes for just £40—drop in and sign up anytime. * For new clients only. Valid for 30 consecutive days from date of first visit and cannot be extended. Proof of identity required.
Read more about what yoga is, the benefits of yoga practice and what a general class involves in our Frequently Asked Questions.
Beginners’ yoga courses
We offer regular six week beginners' courses at both centres for those who’re new to yoga, want to brush up on yoga basics or are simply curious. Courses run for six consecutive weeks and must be booked in advance.
What our beginners’ yoga courses cover:
- Basic philosophy of yoga
- Techniques for breathing and bodily alignment
- Key yoga postures (that you are most likely to encounter in Level 1 classes)
Please note: if you are unable to commit to a full course, please speak to a member of our reception team for advice on which of our open classes will be most suitable for you.
New to Pilates?
If you’re new to Pilates you’re welcome to drop in and try one of our Level 1 or All Levels Pilates classes—please remember to tell the teacher that you are a beginner before the class starts.
Read more about what Pilates is and what our classes involve in our Frequently Asked Questions.
A 20% discount is available to senior citizens, registered unemployed and full time students on beginners courses. Available to purchase in centre only proof of status is required.
1 Britannia Row
London N1 8QH
020 7704 0919
Saturday: 08.30–19:00 (unless there is an evening workshop taking place)
15 Edge Street
London W8 7PN
020 7221 4602
Heart Shine: A Bhakti and Kirtan Exploration
With Sivani Mata Francis
Come join us to explore Bhakti Yoga (the path of pure love and compassion) through Kirtan (heart-centred singing) as a practice of the cultivation of love relationships in our lives.