In yoga is a centre of excellence for yoga, Pilates, treatments, and much more. With three beautiful, fully-equipped centres, located in Primrose Hill, Soho and Chelsea, triyoga has everything you need to begin or deepen your practice.
The largest yoga centre in Europe, triyoga has over 270 classes and workshops each week across all levels, taught by the highest-quality teachers London has to offer.
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With the belief that yoga is the best practice for mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing and that there is no one way to practise yoga, but several, triyoga is dedicated to offering a place where everyone can belong.
I see chanting as an important part of the many practices of yoga; when you chant you can just close your eyes and let go and be part of something amazing both as chanter and listener. We all have different practices that appeal to us at particular times and at triyoga we want to give people the opportunity to practise with the world’s leading teachers’, says Jonathan Sattin, Founder and Managing Director of triyoga. ‘We are fortunate to have hosted Krishna Das several times; I think someone once called him The Beatles of chanting… if you like music, what more can you say?
Triyoga also hosts weekly Kirtans, meditation classes, teacher trainings and special events and workshops, led by world-renowned teachers including David Swenson, Gurmukh and Donna Farhi. To find out more, visit triyoga.co.uk
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Stress in all of our lives seems to be increasing, and it seems there is so much to worry about our jobs, our finances, our relationships, our future, the future of our planet – the list is endless. So it is no wonder that stress-related illnesses are also on the rise, including physical problems like IBS and heart disease, and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression. So is there anything that can help us to live alongside the challenges of our times?
Hailing from the Buddhist meditative tradition, mindfulness practices not only teach ways of developing calm and concentration, but ways of investigating what happens in the mind and heart as the backdrop and driving force of our daily lives. So how is it that this 2,500-year-old practice from an eastern religious tradition, has found its way into modern medicine?
Mindfulness was first introduced into a medical setting by Jon Kabat-Zinn, who pioneered Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at the Medical School in Massachusetts in 1979. It was his belief that the mindfulness meditation that he practised himself, could be invaluable to patients with chronic conditions for whom the healthcare system could do very little. He devised an eight-week course that could be delivered to a mixed-diagnosis group that was cost effective as it was transformative.