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Triyoga Soho
Triyoga Soho
Kingly Court, 2nd Floor,
Soho, London, W1B 5PW
United Kingdom

Yoga Studio

Triyoga Soho
Kingly Court, 2nd Floor,
Soho, London, W1B 5PW
United Kingdom
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Triyoga Soho part of Triyoga

Welcome to Triyoga Europe’s leading centre for yoga, Pilates and treatments. Our mission is to help you lead a healthier, more fulfilling life by making authentic yoga, pilates and holistic health treatments accessible and affordable. Whether it’s Ashtanga, Iyengar or Yin Yoga, pregnancy classes, Kids Club, Pilates, massage or acupuncture it’s here.

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Posted 4 years ago
I went to a Kundalini yoga workshop with US superstar Gurmukh who is in London until Sunday, go and see her as her workshops are legendary!
Kundalini yoga is not for the faint hearted: along with the meditation, there is a lot of hard work involved but it is one of the best types of yoga to free up your spine. We also had a little boogie at the end with some drumming music while downstair in Kingly Court you could hear the Friday revellers laugh over a few pints at the pub!
I really liked the venue, the main yoga studio was opened up (it has a sliding partition in the middle) as there were so many of us, I didn't count but surely at least 50 participants. There's also 2 treatment rooms which I didn't see. The studio has skylights and has a very bright and airy layout being on the top floor. Incense and candles were scattered around the room which made it very welcoming and conducing to meditation.
I could see that the staff were a bit overwhelmed by how popular this workshop was and reception was heaving, but they handled all enquiries and the registration process with extreme poise (I bet they do yoga too!).

Very happy to recommend both Triyoga (but this place doesn't need publicity, it's so famous!) and of course the wonderful Gurmukh.

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Posted 4 years ago
This is a great place for yoga. It is right in the centre of town so can easily be incorporated into the day at the shops or a nice lunch.The facilities are fine and there is a pleasant feel about the place. It is also excellent value for money.

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Posted 6 years ago
If you are looking for a reasonably priced to do Yoga in the west end this place is great. I have been going here for several years and I love the selection of courses and the teachers are among the best I have come across.

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Posted 6 years ago
I took a beginners class in Ashtanga Yoga at Triyoga and came away disappointed. This place has an amazing reputation and I really had expected more. The teacher is really good and she is clearly very experienced but the teaching is let down by the facilities.

When you arrive you are gruffly greeted by the staff at the front desk who tell you to take off your shoes and wait. I wanted to buy some yoga pants but no one offered to help me -- I was on my own. Meanwhile, you have 30 people waiting in the hallway to start the class. The changing room is small and simply not designed for classes this big.

I have not visited the other triyoga locations but the one in Soho features one large yoga studio. Its an attractive enough space with exposed beams and high ceilings but the classes are big and the room is simply too crowded. To make matter worse, they don't open windows so with 30-40 people crammed into a room doing their sun salutations, the place gets hot and smelly really quickly. You could almost classify it a bikram yoga class! I know that the ambience isn't everything but I think its really important for things like yoga and it just doesn't get you to relax. The courses are definitely good value but I think I would prefer to pay just a little bit more to get a smaller class.

All that being said, the choice of Yoga classes is impressive, the teachers are excellent and its pretty good value. I will keep going because its convenient and I enjoy the teacher but I really think they should keep their classes to half the size and send their staff on a yoga course -- they need to relax!

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6 years ago
The classes do tend to get smaller as the course goes along (people don't show or there are conflicts) and a warm room is good for your flexibility so worth keeping that in mind!

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