Yoga in West Central London
The trendiest form of exercise since MC Hammer showed us the Running Man, yoga has taken over the capital with its popular mix of mind cleansing and body toning. Accessible to abilities of agility, London offers a shed-load of yoga classes, whether at a specialized yoga school, in a fitness store or on the roof of a multi-storey car park.
Leaving you fresh, strong, Zen-like and, let’s face it, smug, there are few better post-exercise feelings than a good yoga session. So you book to go again and again and before you know it you’re hooked. It becomes part of routine until suddenly you’ve run out of money to go again or anything else for that matter until next payday.
Yoga course is a low impact way to increase stamina and strengthen the back and the core. Breath work will aid concentration and relieve stress, whilst boosting energy levels and deep relaxation will soothe the nervous system and allow the body to rest and repair it leading to an innate sense of well-being.
Their classes take place in two modern, wooden-floored yoga studios on the first floor of their premises in Covent Garden. Both have large windows extending across one wall meaning they are flooded with natural light during the day. For certain evening classes, teachers will use candles and incense to enhance your experience. They provide mats free of charge for both the hot and temperate studios.
Kundalini yoga is a powerful technology for promoting health and a sense of well-being, and was brought to the west by Yogi Bhajan in 1969. An ancient practice previously reserved for a privileged elite, kundalini yoga is a complete science, combining posture, breath, mantra and meditation in a potent and effective system of personal development and self-transformation. The focus of kundalini yoga is to break through blocks in the energetic pathways of our bodies that result from our postural and emotional habits and history.
Good Vibes is more than just a fitness studio. It is a place dedicated to the enjoyment created by positive, fun and thoughtful exercise creates. They hope to inspire people to exercise because it’s better for their minds as well their bodies. Their winning combination of classes will not only make you fitter, but happier too.