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Yoga House | Lockdown 2.0


Dear Yogis, 

Let’s be positive.. with November being very different this year, let this be a time where we reconnect with our mind and body. November can bring us health and happiness if we look after ourselves during this month, taking us into a better place when the business of December is upon us.  At Yoga House we have created a new online schedule, which you can see below, with 30 classes a week! and great package deals to see you through. You can also catch up by requesting a recording of the class if you can’t make the timetable slot. From all styles of yoga and meditation with your favourite teachers at Yoga House, our health can really start at home and there is so much to choose from. 

Yoga will help you keep a calm mind and your shift any tension building up in your body. It can help your immunity by reducing stress and inflammation of the nervous system and by improving your sleep. 

We will also be continuing our Yoga House Sunday Live Sessions on Instagram. There will be an Alchemy Bowl Session from Kasia and we have a fascinating talk on Ayurveda coming up. If you are unsure on what Ayurveda is, read below to find out more. 

Our workshops will also be back in December, when we are sure you will be ready for some much needed in studio pampering and relaxation.  

For memberships and class packages: We have messaged all of our members so please do look at your email. For anyone who has class packages they will be extended to after this short pause.

We really believe this is only a short pause on in studio classes and we are already gearing up with a full time table to launch from December, that’s less that 4 weeks away and we’ll hopefully be opening up our bookings for in studio in a few weeks time.

We’ve got you covered and we can all make this journey easier for ourselves if we work together. 

Members can access all online classes as before. 
Non members can choose from one of our packages:
1 Session for £7
10 Sessions for £50
20 Sessions for £95
If you are unable to make the time of a class, you can still book in and request a recording of the class to do later. Please email with any requests.
Tune in 
Yoga House Instagram Live session
November 15th – 18.15 
What is Ayurveda?

Ayu means life and Veda means knowledge, therefore Ayurveda means the science of life. Ayurveda is the traditional Indian health system which is more than 5,000 years old and uses a constitution based model (the doshas) for determining your state of health. Thousands of years ago, India’s Rishis and seers observed the rhythms of the universe and the interaction of the flow of energy throughout the body/mind during deep states of meditation – these insights form the basis of Ayurveda, the “Science of Life”, and were documented in ancient Indian texts such as the Charaka Samhita written by Patanjali.

They realized that good health can be maintained through diet and lifestyle as well as taking Ayurvedic medicine. The principles of Ayurvedic medicine and the harmony between mind and body have been documented and practiced in India for thousands of years.

How does the Ayurvedic system work?
From observing the universe, macro-cosmos, climate differences in various geographical locations and seasons the Rishis discovered that these principles can be applied to the human body. 

Ayurveda describes three fundamental mind/body types, or doshas, called Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which embody different combinations of the five elements: air, ether, fire, water and earth.  Each of us contain all doshas to varying degrees. Because the five elements exist in us and in nature, your doshas can become aggravated or imbalanced due to inappropriate or inadequate diet, change of seasons, climate, lifestyle or stress, and result in disease in the body.
What are the different types of Doshas?
Dosha is a Sanskrit word meaning the one which can pollute the body, however all three are needed to create balance in the body. If one is too low or too high this produces imbalance. There are three main types of dosha:
  • Vata – the air type which means all movements in the body and mind – for example, breathing, heart beat, elimination, pulsation, blood circulation, and thinking. These are all due to air. 
  • Pitta – the fire/heat type. This is responsible for the metabolism and digestion in the body. Without adequate heat, your food cannot be properly digested and will become toxic in your system. Pitta is also responsible for keeping the body warm.
  • Kapha – the water type. Our body is made up of 70% water and this is controlled by Kapha dosha. It is also responsible for lubrication in the body and provides stability. Lubrication is needed in the joints, skin and mouth. 


Join us back in the Studios this December for some self care and relaxation

Aroma Yoga Workshop
with Anais Alvarado

A two workshop that will take you from yang movement to yin practices, all weaved with the centring and stimulating power of essential oils.

Saturday 5th December
2-4pm | Catford

Gong Bath with
Junior Valentine

Join Gong Master Junior, who will take you on a magical sound journey with his three gongs. Setting intentions for the last weeks of this year and connecting to the universal energy.

Saturday 19th December
 6-7pm | Lee


We are so grateful for your support. We really do believe our studios will be reopening again soon, and we will be launching the full in studio timetable in the next couple of weeks so you can book ahead. We have so much goodness happening over November (online) and December (studio and online) so please make sure you look through our timetable and keep an eye out for our newsletters and reopening over the coming weeks. 

We are here for you, please get in touch and keep practising. Yoga will save the world. 

LOVE from the YOGA HOUSE team
& Kasia x

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