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Enjoy the perfect way to end your day

What to expect

Move with the breath through a steady sequence to stretch, strengthen and restore the mind, body and soul. We'll also hold some poses for a few breaths and finish with a relaxing cool down and savasana.


Open to all levels with options in poses.


Beginners are welcome.

All mats and equipment are provided but feel free to bring own mat if prefer. 

The benefits

The class will include poses to stretch the back and legs and open the hips, chest and shoulders; especially good for the body and mind if you spend long periods sitting or working at a desk / computer.


The class will help improve strength, posture, flexibility and focus and leave you feeling revived and calm.


The Bridge, 73 - 81 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0NQ (please see map below).

Class price

First class is free. Enter promo code: FIRST CLASS to redeem offer.

Normal price is £10 per class*


6 CLASS PASS is £50 (an extra class for free).

Drop-in or pre-book

You can either drop in and pay (cash or bank transfer) or pre-book and pay in advance. To pre-book/pay in advance, please BOOK CLASS HERE

Any questions, please EMAIL ME or see more CONTACT DETAILS.

It would be great to see you!

*Cancellations up to 24 hours' notice will be fully refunded. 

About the studio 

Studio is light and spacious with a wooden floor, a mirrored wall on one side and air-conditioning if required (please see photo below). Studio is on the 5th floor (lift and stair access), the same floor as the female changing room with showers, toilets and lockers (£1/returnable). Gender neutral toilets are on the 1st, 2nd and 3rd floor which can also be used to change in.

How to get there


Nearest mainline or tube station is London Bridge (6-10 minutes' walk) and Waterloo is in walking distance (16-20 minutes' walk).

How to find: The Bridge, 73 - 81 Southwark Bridge Road, London SE1 0NQ

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Photo of the yoga studio

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The style is based on 'Vinyasa' yoga. 

Vinyasa means 'to place in a special way' which refers to the synchronising of the movement with the breath. An upward or open movement is usually linked to an inhale and a downward or twisting movement is usually linked to an exhalation. 

"Yoga is 99% practise, 1% theory." Sri K. Pattabhi Jois

"Yoga isn't about touching your toes, it's about what you learn on the way down." Judith Lasater

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