Yoga Centre “Namaste”, East London, Docklands Centre E15

Yoga club “NAMASTE” is the place where ancient yoga practices meet modern people to help them improve their life, to make them more energetic, balanced and happy!

ImageOur goal is to preserve the essence of yoga, whose knowledge and methods emergy millennia ago, to achieve better health, self-awareness, perception of the world. To achieve internal balance, vitality and spiritual perfection. Yoga is not a sport, not gymnastics, acrobatics, or religion. Yoga is an ancient Indian system of holistic development and improvement of man.

We practice classical Hatha yoga incorporated with elements of Vinyasa flow, Power yoga and practices of detox.

What makes this yoga centre different?

Every human beeing is an unique spark that gives an unique is not only path to the deeper in is sharing love, comitment, energy…together we can Generate – Organise – Distribute the best of us!


98 Gibbins Road, Stratford Carpenter’s and Docklands Centre  E15 2HU London, UK




Yoga teacher: Meet Hatha yoga teacher, Caroline Knight

Hatha Yoga Teacher Caroline

What type of yoga do you offer?

Hatha yoga. I also incorporate pranayama, guided meditation and yoga nidra into the classes.

What makes your yoga different? 

While vinyasa and Astanga may be the practice of choice for many people, I believe in taking the yoga down a few notches in pace and really coming into the postures to get maximum benefit for the body, awareness and breath.

While my practice may not have the speed or sweat factor of a vinyasa, it will make you work hard and have you serene by the end of class.

Who is your yoga suited to?

I listen to any demands and needs of my students and adjust my sequence accordingly. I make sure that I offer many variations on the more advanced poses so all abilities and levels of health can participate.

I am extremely keen to encourage more men to discover the amazing power of yoga… for their bodies- inner and outer!





Teacher Nomination: Sivananda Yoga – “Catherine”

Classical hatha yoga class covering pranayama (breathing), surya namaskar (sun salutation), a series of asanas (yoga postures) and final relaxation. A regular practice will allow you to tone, stretch and strengthen the body, reduce stress and bring focus and calm to your mind.


7-8:15 pm Wednesdays

Style of yoga

Sivananda, Hatha


Streatham Therapy Centre (The Capoeira School), 1-4 The High Parade (entrance on Leigham Avenue), London, SW16 1EX

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Teacher Nomination: Kundalini & Hatha – “Olga Tarabashkina”



Nominated by: Madhur Srivastava

“Olga is a  certified Hatha and Kundalini yoga instructor. In her teaching she combines the knowledge from various disciplines such as lymphatic drainage, intuitive self-massage and chakra balancing. In her classes she incorporates vigorous breath work, high power energy yoga poses counter-balanced with quieter restorative and meditative practices. She lectures and explains why we do what we do in the class and supplies you with a valuable “take home” kit of practices and techniques”


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Centre: West London – “Iyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale”

Iyengar Yoga London

Iyengar yoga is a form of Hatha yoga that uses belts and blocks to achieve perfect alignment and posture. It is a busy centre with over 50 classes a week for beginners and advanced students. It was opened in 1984 by the founder of Iyengar yoga himself, B.K.S Iyengar.

The centre started in an old artists studio as there was no central place for early London Iyengar teachers to practice, and was funded by the teachers and Mr Iyengar. For ten years, Mr Iyengar stayed at the artists studio on visits to London and it became known as his ‘home away from home’. in 1994 the present building was opened by Mr Iyengar and it is now an award winning studio.

If you’re new to Iyengar or yoga, they have free taster classes and beginners courses.

Next free Taster classes

Monday 18 April, 6.15 – 7.15pm

Wednesday 20 April, 7.45 – 8.45pm

Thursday 14 April, 8 – 9pm

Saturday 16 April, 2 – 3pm


223a Randolph Avenue
Maida Vale
London W9 1NL
Tel: 020 7624 3080

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




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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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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Centre: Central London – “Oasis Leisure Centre” Holborn

Distinct from purely commercial enterprises, GLL is the first leisure operator in the UK to be awarded the prestigious Social Enterprise Mark.  Not just another leisure company, but a charitable social enterprise that exists for the benefit of the community.

Oasis Sports Centre

Situated in the heart of London, this is a real find for all sorts of activities, not just yoga. Walking past one day I decided to step in and I found an outdoor swimming pool which you can swim in for only £4 an hour (although they said you can stay as long as you like in fact). It’s a real hub of activity in an unbelievably convenient location, it’s cheap and it’s a social enterprise – what a great place! Don’t expect anything luxurious though.

Winners of Big Society Award 2010 – read more

Yoga classes at the Oasis Sport Centre (as of March 2011)


– Pilates 1.15 – 2.15

– Ashtanga 7.30 – 8.30


– Meditation 11.30 – 12


– Pilates 7.30 – 8.30am

– Tai Chi 10.00-11.30 am

– Ahstanga Yoga 7.00 – 8.30 pm

– Pilates 6.30 – 7.30 pm


– Hatha Yoga 6.15 – 7.15 pm


– Pilates 11.00 am – 12.15


– Hatha Yoga 11.00 am – 12.30


Address: 32 Endell Street, London, WC2H 9AG

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Telephone: 020 7831 1804


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Events: Courses – “Beginners Hatha @ Special Yoga Centre, Kensal Rise in West London”

New Beginners Hatha Yoga 5 Week Course

Starting this Thursday, Jenny Fleming will be taking a group through the beginnings of Hatha Yoga. Special Yoga Cenre at Kensal Rise is a great place to start – its relaxed, friendly and a true drop-in centre so not everyone there is REALLY serious.
It’s a good price for a 5 week course at only £45 or just £10 for a drop-in class, which is less than most yoga classes.
Date: Thu 17/03/2011 – 14/04/2011
Time: 20:15 – 21:15 
Price: £45 for full 5-week course, £10 drop-in

Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga is the basis of all physical forms of yoga. A practice that relaxes, balances and energises the body, and calms the mind. Classes include a combination of postures, breathing techniques and deep relaxation.

Jenny Fleming

Jenny is a Sivananda based Hatha Yoga teacher who did her training in India in 2006 and since then has gained experience covering different Yoga classes for various yoga teachers throughout London. She now teaches her own classes at the Special Yoga Centre and other yoga centres/gyms in North London.

Teacher Review: Hatha and Yin Yoga – “Divya Kohli”

Upavista Konasana-jpegDivya teaches, and encourages a ‘mindful’ yoga practise; refining one’s attention and developing one’s self awareness. In this way, through the vehicle of yoga students can cultivate deep insight about themselves, and their environment.

Through such self-discovery, we find and create a stronger connection not only to our inner values but to the world around us.

Classes are based on classical Hatha Yoga postures, combined with further influences from wider Indian and Buddhist traditions.

Time and assistance is given to enable every student, wherever they are ‘at’ at the time, to really get into and breathe life through the ‘heart’ of a pose.
Divya’s practise and teaching combines a keen focus on alignment, a mix of Yin (long, deep held poses) and Yang (dynamic movement) – and a healthy dose of wit and earthiness!

Yoga Tuition Offered: 

Private Classes for Adults
Yoga for relief from Stress, Anxiety or Depression
Open Group Classes in West Hampstead
Ante+Post Natal Yoga
Yoga in your Workplace



Telephone: 07930 410 387

Events: Course – “8 week course, Intermediate Hatha Yoga, Beginning 12th April 2010”

This is an intermediate course focusing on the most commonly practiced techniques of Hatha Yoga. This course introduces and extends techniques in a methodical, hands-on manner, with commentary that explains the original context of techniques and their relevance to modern life.

Contemporary western practice is centred upon five elements found in Hatha Yoga:

• Pranayama (breathwork)

• Asana (posture and kinesiology)

• Dharana (first stage meditation)

• Yoga Nidra (deep relaxation)

• Yogic Nutrition.

The course will enable enable you to experience and measure your progress – in learning foundational techniques; in developing strength, stamina, balance and flexibility; and in gaining greater concentration and peace of mind.

The practice of yoga should be intrinsically rewarding and contribute to good health and mental balance. You should have some experience of Yoga (any form) and be physically confident to participate fully in this course.

Time: 20:00 – 21:30

Concessions: £42.00 (GBP) (Students/ Unemployed / OAPs)

Block booking: £52.00 (GBP) for 12 weeks

Yoga style: Hatha Yoga Ability

Level: Intermediate

Course Length: 8 week course

Course Title: Intermediate Hatha Yoga

Start Date: Beginning 12th April 2010

Location: Morley College, 61 Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo, London, London, SE1 7HT

Telephone: 07944 044616

For booking details see the Morley College website: