Yoga Collective was founded by Aimee Garcia-Marshall. Her aim was clear and simple. She wanted to create a new-style space which respected the heritage of yoga, but which appealed to the modern-day yogi. Nearly 18 months later, the studio is going from strength to strength yet it still holds true to that original vision.
In just two words, the name ‘Yoga Collective’ sums up what the studio stands for. It is a collective of classes, all of which aim to ‘Balance - Empower - Inspire’. Whether you’re a seasoned yogi or a newbie, like it hot and sweaty or would rather chill out, there are classes for everyone. It offers everything from dynamic Vinyasa to calming Yin, as well as regular workshops led by some of the leading names in yoga.
The studio is also home to a collective of teachers from a wide range of backgrounds, with experiences of teaching all ages and levels of fitness. The one thing they share is a passion to inspire the studio’s community, and to instil confidence and ease both on and off the mat.
Modern life is more demanding than ever. It calls for a yoga space which understands and meets those demands. Yoga Collective is exactly that: a yoga studio for the way we live today.
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