About Our Yoga Classes
We believe there is a yoga path for everyone, regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, size, fitness or lifestyle. We offer a broad range of classes with some of the best teachers in London. Yoga is a practice that can last a lifetime, and we are here to support you throughout all stages of life, through conception, birth and beyond.
There are many different styles of yoga on offer at The Life Centre, and at first glance it may feel daunting to know which class is right for you. Yoga classes can be dynamic, alignment focused, strengthening, still and restorative, or anything in between. This guide aims to demystify the main styles on offer at The Life Centre. We recommend you try a selection of different classes for yourself, so you can discover what works best for you.
Dynamic, flowing classes with a focus on linking the breath to the movement.
- Ashtanga Yoga
- Vinyasa Flow
- Jivamukti Yoga
- Kundalini Yoga
- Fit Flow
- Yoga & Pilates Flow
Slower with greater attention to detail
- Yoga for All
- Scaravelli Inspired Yoga
Classes to relax the mind and body
- Gentle Yoga
- Restorative Yoga
- Yin Yoga
- Yoga Nidra
Classes for every stage of life
- Pregnancy Yoga
- Mums & Babies Yoga
- Baby Massage
- Pregnancy Pilates
Mat-work classes aimed at conditioning and strengthening the body
Meditation & Pranayama
Find focus and stillness with meditation and pranayama.
- Meditation All Levels
- Breathwork & Pranayama Courses
Whether you are new to yoga or more experienced, we have classes on offer to suit you. Our classes are categorised so that you can find the class that's appropriate for your level of experience. Here's what you can expect at each level:
Our Foundations style classes ensure that you learn all of the essentials, from the ground up. We will cover the foundation postures of yoga (asanas) as well as cultivating awareness of how you breathe. These classes are great for beginners, for those returning to yoga practice or those who want to explore the foundations of practice in more depth.
Suitable for more experienced students. Expect more advanced postures and breathing techniques, requiring and developing greater strength and flexibility. Students are expected to have a good basic knowledge of body alignment, breathing techniques and key yoga postures.
In classes marked as 'Experienced', teachers will assume that students have an understanding of the principles of movement and breathing within asana practice, of the mechanics of some of the most commonly practised postures, and of how to sit for pranayama and meditation. These classes are likely to include more complex postures and sequences, and may also bring in practices such as bandha and mudra.
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We offer Yoga and Pilates classes 7 days a week at our London studios in Notting Hill.View Schedule