Yoga Centre: Glow Yoga – First infrared heated rooms, Covent Garden

Glow Yoga Covent Garden

 

Yoga Flow challenging and nurturing warm yoga in an infra red heated room in Covent Garden

 

Glow Yoga is a modern approach to a time-tested practice: uniting traditional yoga with current anatomical understanding and practiced in a state-of-the-art warm studio, the first in Europe to use infra red as heating source.

Glow Yoga is a flowing yoga that combines hatha yoga flow with the principles of Pilates and movements from complementary disciplines. Each class comprises an intelligent sequence of dynamic postures delivered with a care that will challenge, but also nurture.

The stylish secular space in Covent Garden is inspiring and welcomes all abilities. We offer Foundation classes, restorative classes, dynamic flow classes and Glow  Pilates.

Classes

Glow Yoga is a warm flow studio offering

  • Foundation classes for beginners
  • Flow classes for those who know the yoga poses
  • Fire classes for warriors
  • Bliss classes to restore and recharge
  • Core flow and Glow Pilates if your middle is a riddle

Where is it?

14 – 16 Betterton Street, Covent Garden, London

Contact

http://www.goodvibesfitness.co.uk/

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Centre: “Glow Yoga – Covent Garden, Holborn”

The Yoga studio is a beautiful, bespoke, bamboo studio. The room is gently warmed like a sunny day to allow your body to open safely and relax.

Each class comprises an intelligent sequence of postures that flow from one to another, delivered with a care that will challenge, but also nurture.

Glow Yoga creates effortless harmony in the body. Each class is designed to create a balance of strength, tone, flexibility and mobility and a calming of the mind.

After a Glow Yoga class you’ll be smiling at strangers, helping old ladies across the street and beaming out good vibes all day long!
What kind of classes are offered?: Glow Yoga is a fluid, flowing style of Yoga practised in a warm room. Each class comprises an intelligent sequence of postures that flow from one to another, delivered with a care that will challenge, but also nurture.

Glow Yoga creates effortless harmony in the body. Each class is designed to create a balance of strength, tone, flexibility and mobility and a calming of the mind.

Foundation classes, full flow classes, advanced classes and restorative classes available.

A community feel that wants to spread the love to everyone!

Glow Yoga Foundation Series

The Foundation Series is a set of 4 Glow Yoga Foundation classes that you can take in any order.

Each class instructs you through the key tools that are fundamental to Glow Yoga, will give detailed flow instruction and will workshop 3 – 4 key poses in each class.

The Foundation Series is suitable for beginners, we recommend you do all four at least once before you move on to a Glow Yoga Flow class.

The Foundation Series is also suitable for improvers looking to tweak their practice. Either attend all classes in the Foundation Series or pick and choose the classes you want to go to:

Glow Yoga Flow – for those who know the poses and want a fluid flow that will challenge as well as nurture. The flow class is available in 60, 75 and 90 minutes

Glow Yoga Bliss – the delicious restorative class opens, stretches and calms. Suitable for beginners, and for those who want to recharge.

Glow Yoga Fire – this class is for urban warriors. A flow class with holds and advanced postures. Minimal instruction will be given so that you can lose yourself in the flow.

Where?

14 – 16 Betterton street, WC2H 9BU

Contact

Email: reception@goodvibesfitness.co.uk
Website: http://www.goodvibesfitness.co.uk

Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/goodvibesstudio

 

Events: Day Out – “Kiehl’s Yoga Charity Event”

 

We have supported some of Kiehl’s charity initiatives before so imagine our delight when we see that they are supporting a yoga centre close to our own hearts – Special Yoga Centre Kensal Rise.

The Charity Fundraiser is to help raise funds for Special Yoga Centre and will be held  on 24th of March at their Covent Garden store.

Hatha Yoga at Kiehl’s in Covent Garden

On the day you can join a Hatha yoga class open to all levels and indulge in some sweet treats from our delicious cake sale to reward all your hard work. Yoga and cakes – sounds like a perfect day to me!

There will also be a raffle with a chance to win Kiehl’s products, free yoga classes and much more!

Fancy yourself a baking wiz?

Bring a cake on the day and join in a chance to win the crowd over with your baking prowess… The winning baker will win an amazing prize!

About the Special Yoga Centre

The Special Yoga Centre (SYC) is a registered charity supporting children with special needs through one-to-one yoga therapy, outreach work in schools, group classes and parent support groups. SYC support individuals with a wide range of conditions including cerebral palsy, Down’s syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD), epilepsy, ADD, ADHA and other physical and developmental difficulties.

What the children say:

“Yoga helps to take away my pain and stiffness and makes me feel happier” Eyar, aged 9, with cerebral palsy.

“I like doing yoga because it helps me to calm down and I like coming to this nice environment. I like my teacher. I think yoga is the best thing to calm me down, I love it” Samuel, aged 11, with aspergers syndrome.

“I wish I could do yoga every day. Yoga takes my grumpy feelings away and makes my day better”. Ali, aged 9, with autism.

Where?

29 Monmouth Street, London. WC2H 9DD Tel: (0) 20 7240 2411 e-mail: kiehls.monmouth@uk.loreal.com

When?

24th March 2011, 2pm

Yoga classes work on a donation basis and starts at 2pm. Please call on the number above to reserve yourself a place.

Centre: Central London – “Triyoga Centres in Covent Garden, Soho and Primrose Hill”

 

Triyoga

 

This is one of the most established and still one of the most exciting yoga centres in London. It has three locations – Primrose Hill, Covent Garden and Soho. All very convenient. It was started by a man called Jonathan Sattin in 2000 who gave up umpteen coffees and cigarettes a day in the pursuit of a more balanced lifestyle. He has a great yoga story to tell

Practising yoga (on the mat) and in a broader way, increased my awareness + instincts across my life; from the way it improved my football (without losing any of my highly competitive streak) to the way I now practiced law with a difference – trusting my instinct as much as knowledge + experience. Read more

Triyoga combines Yoga, Pilates and Treatments to give everyone access to a healthier lifestyle choice. But they are not preachy about it, it’s more about exploring yourself and having fun. They have excellent workshops (e.g. “Where yoga meets Neuroscience” or “Reviving the Spine”) and teachers. If you haven’t tried it yet, get yourself down there in your lunchbreak or after work.

A word of warning, evening and weekend classes can get busy and a packed studio can be intimidating if you are new and find it hard to follow the instructions. So make sure you choose a class that is right for you. If in any doubt, call them or contact us for advice.

Great yoga teachers

Triyoga must have the largest list of yoga teachers connected to their centres, including some of Yogi London’s favourite teachers – Graham Burns (also teaches at the Life Centre), Lisa Sanfilippo, Mark Hill (also teaches Ashtanga at Special Yoga, Kensal Rise), Mimi Kuo Deemer (also teaches at Special Yoga, Kensal Rise),

Keep up to date with their news and events (workshops get  booked up FAST!) on Triyoga Twitter

primrose hill

6 erskine road, primrose hill, London, nw3 3aj

Nearest Tube: chalk farm

Telephone: 0207 483 3344

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soho

2nd floor, kingly court, soho, london, w1b 5pw

Nearest Tube: oxford street

Telephone: 0207 483 3344

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covent garden

wallacespace, 2 dryden street, covent garden, london, wc2e 9na

Nearest Tube: covent garden

Telephone: 0207 483 3344

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