Regular classes below, in studio or online

Sunday Afternoons, Triyoga Shoreditch : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Sundays 4:45pm – 6pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Sunday Evenings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Yoga Nidra Open (Online)

Sundays 6:15pm – 7:15pm

Yoga Nidra is a floor-based practice and you’ll be covered with blankets and have props to support your body in its most comfortable state. I will guide you into a state of “conscious sleep”, leading to a feeling of complete inner and outer relaxation and calm.

Open to all levels from complete beginners to the more experienced as I adapt the class according to the students.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Mornings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Kundalini Open (Online)

Tuesdays 9:15am – 10:30am

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Evenings, Yoga Quarter : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Tuesdays 6:00pm – 7:15pm

A typical Kundalini yoga class is comprised of three parts: an opening chant (known as “tuning in”) followed by a brief warm-up for your spine, a kriya (which is a sequence of postures paired with breathing techniques), and a closing meditation or song.

Each kriya—which is Sanskrit for “action”—pairs a physical pose with a breath or meditation. These poses can be anything you choose based on the part of your body that you want to focus on, like cobra pose for your spine or warrior for your legs and glutes.

While different kriyas use different breaths, one of the most popular breathing techniques is Breath of Fire, which consists of short, quick breaths (almost like a dog panting). To do Breath of Fire, seal your lips and breathe in and out of your nose at a rate of about two to three breaths per second. As you breathe, expel the air in powerful spurts to engage your core.

Chanting and singing are also key components of Kundalini yoga. There are endless mantras and songs that you can recite during your practice but most classes start with the Adi Mantra, which means “I bow to the subtle divine wisdom, the divine teacher within.” Another common chant you’ll hear in a Kundalini class is Sat Nam, which means “I am truth.”

You can also expect a meditation-heavy class. Each set during Kundalini yoga has different poses that involve movement, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and a mantra. Between postures, you’ll have a minute or two to relax and focus inward. After the entire set, there’s a relaxation followed by a meditation, then a mantra before class closes.

Visit Yoga Quarter to book, or call the studio at 020 7700 3363.

Various discounts and class pass available. See theyogaquarter.co.uk for more details.

Yoga Quarter are also offering a special offer unlimited pass for livestream classes. See their MindBody scheduler for more details.

Wednesday Evenings, Triyoga Camden : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Wednesdays 7:30pm – 9pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Camden to book, or call the studio at 020 7483 3344.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Regular classes below, in studio or online

Sunday Afternoons, Triyoga Shoreditch : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Sundays 4:45pm – 6pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Sunday Evenings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Yoga Nidra Open (Online)

Sundays 6:15pm – 7:15pm

Yoga Nidra is a floor-based practice and you’ll be covered with blankets and have props to support your body in its most comfortable state. I will guide you into a state of “conscious sleep”, leading to a feeling of complete inner and outer relaxation and calm.

Open to all levels from complete beginners to the more experienced as I adapt the class according to the students.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Mornings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Kundalini Open (Online)

Tuesdays 9:15am – 10:30am

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Evenings, Yoga Quarter : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Tuesdays 6:00pm – 7:15pm

A typical Kundalini yoga class is comprised of three parts: an opening chant (known as “tuning in”) followed by a brief warm-up for your spine, a kriya (which is a sequence of postures paired with breathing techniques), and a closing meditation or song.

Each kriya—which is Sanskrit for “action”—pairs a physical pose with a breath or meditation. These poses can be anything you choose based on the part of your body that you want to focus on, like cobra pose for your spine or warrior for your legs and glutes.

While different kriyas use different breaths, one of the most popular breathing techniques is Breath of Fire, which consists of short, quick breaths (almost like a dog panting). To do Breath of Fire, seal your lips and breathe in and out of your nose at a rate of about two to three breaths per second. As you breathe, expel the air in powerful spurts to engage your core.

Chanting and singing are also key components of Kundalini yoga. There are endless mantras and songs that you can recite during your practice but most classes start with the Adi Mantra, which means “I bow to the subtle divine wisdom, the divine teacher within.” Another common chant you’ll hear in a Kundalini class is Sat Nam, which means “I am truth.”

You can also expect a meditation-heavy class. Each set during Kundalini yoga has different poses that involve movement, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and a mantra. Between postures, you’ll have a minute or two to relax and focus inward. After the entire set, there’s a relaxation followed by a meditation, then a mantra before class closes.

Visit Yoga Quarter to book, or call the studio at 020 7700 3363.

Various discounts and class pass available. See theyogaquarter.co.uk for more details.

Yoga Quarter are also offering a special offer unlimited pass for livestream classes. See their MindBody scheduler for more details.

Wednesday Evenings, Triyoga Camden : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Wednesdays 7:30pm – 9pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Camden to book, or call the studio at 020 7483 3344.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Regular classes below, in studio or online

Sunday Afternoons, Triyoga Shoreditch : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Sundays 4:45pm – 6pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Sunday Evenings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Yoga Nidra Open (Online)

Sundays 6:15pm – 7:15pm

Yoga Nidra is a floor-based practice and you’ll be covered with blankets and have props to support your body in its most comfortable state. I will guide you into a state of “conscious sleep”, leading to a feeling of complete inner and outer relaxation and calm.

Open to all levels from complete beginners to the more experienced as I adapt the class according to the students.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Mornings, Triyoga Shoreditch : Kundalini Open (Online)

Tuesdays 9:15am – 10:30am

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Shoreditch to book, or call the studio at 020 3362 0677.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

Tuesday Evenings, Yoga Quarter : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Tuesdays 6:00pm – 7:15pm

A typical Kundalini yoga class is comprised of three parts: an opening chant (known as “tuning in”) followed by a brief warm-up for your spine, a kriya (which is a sequence of postures paired with breathing techniques), and a closing meditation or song.

Each kriya—which is Sanskrit for “action”—pairs a physical pose with a breath or meditation. These poses can be anything you choose based on the part of your body that you want to focus on, like cobra pose for your spine or warrior for your legs and glutes.

While different kriyas use different breaths, one of the most popular breathing techniques is Breath of Fire, which consists of short, quick breaths (almost like a dog panting). To do Breath of Fire, seal your lips and breathe in and out of your nose at a rate of about two to three breaths per second. As you breathe, expel the air in powerful spurts to engage your core.

Chanting and singing are also key components of Kundalini yoga. There are endless mantras and songs that you can recite during your practice but most classes start with the Adi Mantra, which means “I bow to the subtle divine wisdom, the divine teacher within.” Another common chant you’ll hear in a Kundalini class is Sat Nam, which means “I am truth.”

You can also expect a meditation-heavy class. Each set during Kundalini yoga has different poses that involve movement, breathing techniques, mindfulness, and a mantra. Between postures, you’ll have a minute or two to relax and focus inward. After the entire set, there’s a relaxation followed by a meditation, then a mantra before class closes.

Visit Yoga Quarter to book, or call the studio at 020 7700 3363.

Various discounts and class pass available. See theyogaquarter.co.uk for more details.

Yoga Quarter are also offering a special offer unlimited pass for livestream classes. See their MindBody scheduler for more details.

Wednesday Evenings, Triyoga Camden : Integrated Kundalini (Online)

Wednesdays 7:30pm – 9pm

Classes are a dynamic blend of postures, Pranayama, music, mantra and meditation, which teach the art of relaxation, self-healing and elevation.

Visit TriYoga Camden to book, or call the studio at 020 7483 3344.

Various discounts and class pass available. See triyoga.co.uk for more details.

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