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 Centre Review: West London Buddhist Centre, Westbourne Grove

“It is a charity run centre that focuses on meditation and yoga.  The surroundings might not be as glossy as most Yoga centres but the atmosphere is of a calm relaxing state.  More of a comfortable cosy feeling.

The quality of the teaching is of a high level and there are many different types of Yoga to choose from.

Monday and Thursday mornings is a dynamic Yoga inspired by Vinyasa and Pilates. I do like this particular style, I find it a good all rounder when it comes to fitness, weight loss, detox and a destress.

It is made for all levels, you come out feeling relaxed and also feel that you have had a great work out. It is based around the Notting Hill area and I do strongly recommend a visit”.

What makes this yoga centre different?

It yoga centre houses one of the hardest working dynamic yoga classes

Where is it?

94 Westbourne Park Villas


Teacher Nomination: Jivamukti – “Lizzie Reumont”

Lizzie’s background as a restorative body therapist (thai yoga massage and craniosacral therapy) help support her nurturing yet challenging teaching style as a Jivamukti Yoga Teacher.

The use of pranayama and attention to body alignment and breath are integrated into a vinyasa-based fluid class that integrates yoga philosophy and classical yoga postures strung together with innovative sequencing. Her slightly longer breath count enables students to deepen their understanding each asana, rather than rushing through the practice that often result in injury.

Lizzie teaches twice a week at Alchemy in Camden, and will be teaching five classes a week at Indaba, a new studio opening in Marylebone in May. She also teaches privately throughout London.


Tuesdays, 10am; Sundays 3.15pm

Style of yoga



Alchemy, Indaba, privately

Teacher Nomination: Vinyasa in Putney – “Gena Davidson”


I am a Vinyasa Yoga Teacher.  I want to make yoga available to everyone as it has so many benifits.  I am passionate about creating a calm and safe enviroment for my students.  I am available for Private Tuition, classes and for fun girls nights in with a yoga twist.


Monday, Wednesday and Sunday


Putney Bridge Clinic


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Teacher Nomination: Vinyasa – “Emily at Tabernacle, Notting Hill”


Emily teaches a flowing vinyasa style of yoga to open the heart and quiet the mind. Her classes (open to all levels) have a strong focus on the breath and she enjoys working with a variety of themes, sequences and range of postures to help students deepen their practice and understanding. Her classes also draw on her interest in meditation and healing, together with her degree in Hinduism and Buddhism, to incorporate the philosophy and spirit of yoga with a meditative quality.


Tabernacle, Notting Hill (other classes at Tabernacle) and private lessons


Wednesdays 7 – 8 pm

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Events: Workshop – “Vinyasa Flow to Live Music”

vinyasa flow


Let the music move you and the vibrations soothe you in this Vinyasa Flow class to live music. Blissful!

Explore your vinyasa in “Samadhi Flow”

Come and enjoy a full-length and fully-dimensional vinyasa flow yoga class where you have time to slow flow to inspiring live music, a chance to break down more challenging postures and the sweetest time to elongate your body, breath and head space. No rush, no stress: just breath, body and intention. You will leave understanding more clearly the depth of the vinyasa flow yoga practice. 

Claire and her friends will lead you mindfully and deeply through each class, giving equal and skilled hands-on assists, and help guide you to find correct alignment without losing the steady pace of the practice.

This series of workshop classes are open to all except beginners.
Please bring a piece of paper and pen.

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The Life Centre Islington


9 April & 30 July 2011
2:00 – 4:30 pm

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