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Hatha Yoga is practised at a slow pace, focusing on breathing techniques, maintaining physical postures, stretching and proper alignment. If you're new to yoga, a slow-paced style with a relaxed learning environment may be right for you. This class will help you build strength through poses like downward dog and tree poses while helping you maintain proper alignment. Stretching is also encouraged so your body can become more flexible on your journey towards yoga bliss! Trainify's Yoga teachers in London will help you achieve your wellness goals.
Vinyasa yoga is a very dynamic style that combines physical work with the work of the mind due to the need to match the breath with each movement made in the session. This type of yoga is often referred to as “flow” yoga because it feels like you are moving through your poses effortlessly. Vinyasa helps you connect with your body and focus on your breath, which can help you feel more energised and relaxed throughout the practice. Vinyasa yoga is perfect for people who want a challenging workout but want to improve their focus and concentration.
Ashtanga is a powerful yoga style that intensely works the body and mind. It's a physical, demanding style that offers little room for rest and requires the practitioner to achieve many dynamic sequences in which the body must flow quickly from one posture to the other. In Ashtanga, you'll work your body hard in standing postures, on the ground, flexion, torsion, extension and even some inverted postures. If you're looking for an intense yoga style that will challenge your body and mind, then Ashtanga is the perfect option!
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Absolute studios is a Dynamic Reformer Pilates loft studio located in Parsons Green and Kensal Rise. Absolute studios offer premium Reformer Pilates in two brilliant locations in south-west and west London.View Details
Crossfit Shapesmiths is a world-class facility located near Battersea, Wandsworth and Clapham. Crossfit Shapesmiths has a strong community, industry-leading coaches and outstanding facilities.View Details
Revival personal training studio brings you the perfect space for a private and exclusive gym session. You can thrive with barely any distraction thanks to the three trainers at a time rule which is always enforced. At Revival personal training studio, rest assured that your perfectly planned session will happen with no interruption.View Details
PT Workspace is a private personal training studio in Islington, Essex, and Harrow. You will find everything you need for your PT sessions. The studios are also suitable for Yoga, HIIT, Boxing or any other exciting training you would like to book. Each of the sites is within walking distance of key transport links.View Details
Majestic Fitness is everything fitness under one roof, with all the equipment to get you started on your fitness journey and thrive in having a happier and healthier lifestyle. Majestic Fitness boasts a large studio for you to enjoy your 1-2-1 personal training sessions with your chosen Trainify trainer, as well as having access to the top gym and studio equipment by Technogym.View Details
MINDSET is a gym and boxing facility located in the heart of SE1, extremely close to Waterloo Station and underground station as well as Lambeth North making it easy for you to get to and from.View Details
The Hidden Gym creates a personal and unique experience when it comes to fitness. The hidden gym allows a limit of five people in an area at any one time creating a space where you can feel fully focused and stress-free.View Details
The Kensington Studio is a personal training gym located in the beautiful Stratford Village area of Kensington.View Details
Whether you're new to the fitness world or a pro, rest assured this gym has got you covered. Fitness Space Wapping has the facilities of the big gym, but the intimacy of a private facility.View Details
Book Solo60 or with your Trainify trainer from 60 minutes through Trainify. Say goodbye to equipment hoggers and hello to blasting the music that motivates you to move.View Details
Perfectly located a short walk from Windsor train station and easily accessible off the M4, Windsor leisure centre is the perfect place to enjoy your workout.View Details
Boxing and Metcon studio offering classes and personal training.View Details
Renovated in a loft style making for a unique and individual setting. Located directly off a residential street within a quiet mews. Finished to a high standard, the main space benefits from exposed brickwork, industrial features, white walls and high quality fitness equipment.View Details
Prevail offer modern facilities for private one-to-one and group training in a new and purpose-built personal training studio in Kensington, London.View Details
Duo is an industry leading private personal training studio in Chelsea.View Details
Just a stone's throw from Southfields and Fulham underground station and high street, we want to make your working experience as comfortable and easy as possible.View Details
If you're new to yoga, it's important to select a program that is right for you. There are different styles and levels of yoga available, so it's important to find one that will fit your needs and goals. Talking with your coach about your needs and goals is also a good idea.
It's always a good idea to be prepared for your session. That means bringing a mat, towel, and water bottle (or any other props you may need). Some of our coaches can provide some helpful props if necessary, but we recommend bringing your own ones for hygienic reasons. Props are not required for all types of yoga, but they can be helpful for certain poses. Make sure you ask your coach what props you need to bring for the type of yoga you will practise.
Yoga is not recommended if you are pregnant. There are several poses and techniques that can be potentially dangerous for pregnant women, including those involving backbends or headstands. Three months after when you become pregnant, you can begin taking pregnancy-related classes (such as pre/postnatal yoga) but always check with your doctor first. Tell the teacher about any medical conditions that you have before class starts so they're aware of them and can make appropriate adjustments during the class.
To become a yoga teacher at Trainify, you will need to apply. Please fill out the form available on our website and we'll get back to you as soon as possible!