We believe in providing a safe environment where students feel their personal well-being journey is at the heart of our teachings. Class sizes are kept small so that individuals have the attention from our experienced practitioners to help them achieve their well-being goals.
Clerkenwellbeing offers yoga and pilates classes 7 days per week at our Clerkenwell studio in the heart of London.
Yoga and Pilates
At Clerkenwellbeing we teach a variety of Hatha-Yoga* classes. These includes Vinyasa flow, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Scaravelli, Iyengar, Yin yoga, Feldenkrias, Chi Kri yoga, Gentle yoga, Yoga, Yin Yang yoga, Pregnancy yoga and Post Natal Yoga. We also have mat pilates classes too.
We encourage you to explore a range of teachers and styles to find those which really work for you.
For advice on which classes might be best for you, please contact our reception team.
We offer short meditation classes open to all levels from beginners to more experienced meditators. Our teachers at Clerkenwellbeing use a range of meditation techniques including focusing on the breath, visualisations and a period of reflection to provide space and time in the midst of the working day. Meditation helps to quieten the mind and allows you to focus on the present. Meditation has been shown to help ease chronic pain, anxiety, stress, improve heart health, boost mood and improve immunity.
New to Yoga?
All our cases are open to beginners as our teachers will ensure each pose is adjusted to suit your personal needs and your personal physical structure. Please do come and tell the teacher if you are new to yoga or pilates.
Click here to meet our experienced team at Clerkenwellbeing, who are dedicated in supporting you and your individual needs to help you be and feel your best self.
Find out how to book and start your journey to well-being now.
Pilates Yoga Movement
We house one of the most renowned Pilates studios in London: Pilates Yoga Movement (PYM). This spacious and fully-equipped Pilates studio offers one-to-one and group tuition by a team of dedicated and highly experienced teachers.
Please inform the class teacher of any injuries or conditions that you may have before the class as modifications are always available.
*In its original form, Hatha yoga simply refers to the practice of physical yoga postures. It is an old system that includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring peace to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation.
Hatha is a Sanskrit word that can be broken down into two smaller words: ha, meaning “sun,” and tha, meaning “moon.” The word may also mean “willful” or “forceful.”
In modern times, hatha yoga is often referred to as a type or style of yoga to describe a gentle, slower paced form of yoga with minimal flows between poses.