Yoga classes in Stoke Newington, Hackney, and in north London for iyengar, ashtanga, hatha, raja, asana, pranayama, nidra, pregnancy, post natal, mother and baby
Louise Leonard - iyengar
Madelaine Heinemann - hatha, hatha flow, ashtanga, pregnancy, mum/baby, ayurvedic, structural
Gilly Angell – scaravelli, raja/classical asana, pranayama, nidra
Nicky Bowden - ashtanga, hatha
The Well Garden
4 to 5:30pm (90 minutes)
The Well Garden
17 Amhurst Terrace
Hackney Downs Studios E8 2BT
£14 per class drop-in or £90 for 10 class pass
9:15 to 10:15pm (1 hour)
257 Liverpool Road
Islington, London N1 1LX
£10 per class drop-in or £9 per class paying monthly
The Old Fire Station,
7 to 8:30 pm (90 minutes)
The Old Fire Station
Upper Hall 2nd floor
61 Leswin Road, Stoke Newington
London N16 7NX
£12 per class drop-in or £95 for 10 class pass
Iyengar yoga focuses on the structural alignment of the body through physical postures and breathing practices. It is characterised by precision and attention to detail and is accessible to people of all levels of fitness.It aims to unite the body mind and spirit for health and stress reduction. It will help you to:
Balance strength with flexibility
Sharpen mind/body awareness
Allow you to work hard then be able to relax completely
Louise is a fully qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher who has been studying yoga for over 15 years. Her classes are energetic and upbeat. Louise is keen to help everybody to improve, no matter what your shape or size! She brings a sense of enthusiasm and humour to her classes. Students work hard but have fun.
Feel free to contact Louise if you have questions or require any further information.
Home Studio - Nevill Road, Stoke Newington, London N16
Tel: 020 7249 6664/0797564802
Yoga in the Style of Scaravelli
This form of externally soft, but powerful internal yoga, utilises the breath and gravity to energise the spine to unfold like a wave opening and energising the whole body.
With breath and gravity engaged the spine releases residual tension and harnesses latent energy, allowing us to co-ordinate our bodies and lives in a different way..
Yoga is a psycho/spiritual tradition, at least 10,000 years old, which allows the body, mind and spirit to be combed of all impurities.
Studying the internal nature of our being, leads to the control of the internal and external worlds. This process transcends the ego and the spirit of the Self is revealed..
The practice of Yoga Nidra allows you to experience a deep state of relaxation physically, mentally and emotionally as the brain waves move from Beta to Alpha. A thirty-minute practice of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours sleep.
The classes are a fusion of Raja/Classical Yoga ,influenced by Scaravelli and are holistic in nature , allowing students to develop their yoga practice at a deep spiritual level through asana, pranayama, Yoga Nidra and meditation.
The classes are small and friendly, taught from the individual, not the group, encouraging students to develop their own home practice. Both beginners and advanced students are welcome.
Yoga For Cancer and End of Life
From personal experience Gilly has seen how yoga can support cancer patients with gentle asanas, pranayama, yoga nidra and meditation. Visits can be arranged either at the client’s house or in hospital.
Gilly has been teaching for over 20 years and continues to work with teachers in the tradition of Raja and Scaravelli yoga. Her clients have included schools, local authorities, business, government, special needs,art institutions and 1:1.
Yoga Sessions for Autumn 2017
Asana & Pranayama Practice - Mondays 8.00pm - 9.00pm Church Hall, Defoe Road, Stoke Newington, London N16
Asana & Pranayama Practice - Wednesdays 8am - 9am and 10am – 11am Church Hall, Defoe Road, Stoke Newington, London N16
Stamford Hill Library
Ladies only class gentle Hatha Yoga
At Talking matters Community Space
Upstairs at Stamford Hill Library ,120 Stamford Hill N16 QT
£10 drop in - contact Jose 020 8802 9222 for further details
The Old Fire Station
Ashtanga Friday 12 - 1.30
Drop in available
Please contact Madelaine regarding availability
Hatha yoga is a form of yoga that emphasises specific postures in combination with controlled breathing to bring about physical health and mental well-being. There are many different types of posture to help make the spine supple and to promote balance, flexibility and circulation.
Classes in Stoke Newington take place in a comfortable, dedicated fully equipped home studio for a maximum of 6 students. Block booking for 5 - 7 week classes and drop in classes available. Please visit www.madyoga.co.uk for details.
Yoga for the whole family. All ages and stages of life. At Osbaldeston Road or your own home.
One to one consultations to help to correct structural imbalances and muscle tensions. This includes problems such as back, shoulder and neck problems that orthodox medicine has been unable to resolve satisfactorily.
Individual one to one, private classes, private groups and corporate classes available. Please inquire.
Ashtanga Yoga takes place at Osbaldeston Road on Thursday evenings and at The Old Fire Station, Leswin Road N16 on Fridays 12 - 1.30pm. All levels.
Madelaine is a very experienced teacher with a wide knowledge of many different forms of yoga. She has taught in school, college, local authority, leisure centre, businesses, special needs and much else. For full details please visit her website or if you have any questions please phone 020 8806 2364
Nicky teaches Ashtanga Yoga, Dynamic Hatha Yoga and Gentle Hatha Yoga. Private one-to-one or small group classes in Stoke Newington area, at your home or mine. These are an ideal way to either learn and fine-tune the basics or to refine your practice at a more advanced level. Also recommended if you wish to come back to yoga after a period of not practicing. Please get in touch for more details.
Nicky has been practicing yoga for over 15 years and teaching for 10 years. She has a British Wheel of Yoga Accredited Teaching Diploma, and has also completed a Foundation Course in Yoga Therapy at The Yoga Biomedical Trust and John Scott’s Techniques of Teaching short course.