There’s a lot to feel stressed about at the moment, and that’s without even thinking about your personal life. If you need to relax, yoga can help you.
London’s hotels always have a range of yoga sessions from both long-term and short-term partnerships with instructors. If you’re looking for something interesting, try one of these hotels for a popular yoga trend…
FloatFit at Haymarket Hotel
If you’re an Instagram yoga fan, you’ve no doubt noticed people sharing photos of themselves doing SUP or paddleboard yoga in exotic places. But you don’t need to be in Bali to try this fun form of yoga – in fact, you can find sessions all over the UK.
At Haymarket Hotel, head to their swimming pool for FloatFit in a warm, indoor environment for extra comfort.
The vinyasa classes take place on specially engineered AquaBase boards, helping to develop strength, balance and mindfulness. Enjoy Recovery Brunch in the hotel’s Brumus Restaurant after these Saturday sessions.
ROOTED Yoga at South Place Hotel
Yoga is often a silent affair, with only the instructor’s voice to concentrate on. But with ROOTED Yoga at South Place Hotel, there is an emphasis on music.
The soundtrack to the class helps to keep you focused and calm, stimulating your mind, body and soul. The philosophy behind these classes is to listen to your body and feed your soul. The class is suitable for beginners to intermediate yoga practitioners, and you’re encouraged to practise your new moves at home.
Yoga Nidra at Bermondsey Square Hotel
Bermondsey Square Hotel isn’t afraid to shy away from yoga trends. Last year they started offering YogaBox, a combination of yoga and boxing.
Now you can Stephen Marks’ yoga nidra or sleep meditation class.
The class features calming music and low lighting to help you let go and relax as much as possible.
If you’re a yoga addict, have a go at some of these classes to experience something a little different.
Photo credits: Dave Rosenblum, Haymarket Hotel, South Place Hotel, Bermondsey Square Hotel.