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London life can be hectic at the best of times but taking a class at triyoga can slow the pace and relax even the most stressed person.
Having never done a yoga class before, I have just completed an eight week beginners yoga course at the gorgeous triyoga centre in Soho and have been left truly inspired. I couldn’t wait for the class each week and my fellow yogis must have agreed as it was always full of familiar faces ready to learn.
Over the course I have learnt many core yoga poses from tadasana to shoulder stands and my personal favourite, the sun salutation. These were easy to practise at home and have prepared me for a drop-in yoga class in future. In addition, the relaxation techniques and breathing exercises will become a key part of my daily routine.
Our teacher Leela reminds us that “the purpose of yoga is to reach contentment” and I certainly discovered this throughout the triyoga beginners course and highly recommend it for its numerous physical and mental benefits.
triyoga also has centres in Primrose Hill and Covent Garden.
triyoga are offering two fantastic offers exclusively with Visit London, 20% off beginners courses when you book with a friend and £15 for 3 classes.