OM got a glimpse recently into The Lost House, the beautiful King’s Cross home of Yogasphere founder, Leo Lourdes. Designed by renowned architect Sir David Adjaye (who has designed homes for the likes of Brad Pitt and Ewan McGregor), it’s where he hosts his private classes and life coaching one-to-one sessions.
The Lost House, with all its yogic allure and beauty, has even played host to catwalk fashion shows and film shoots. “My home is designed in such a way that the light is endlessly reflected and refracted through reflective surfaces and with beautiful gardens that just transport you to another world within seconds,” he says. “This house is like living in a piece of art; it is my creative portal where my spirit is free to love and be loved in.”
This amazing space stands right in the heart of King’s Cross, just a short walk from one of London’s busiest stations. It’s not far either from where Yogasphere recently opened its new flagship studio: Yogasphere 32 Grosvenor Square, Mayfair. It’s a similarly stunning studio space set across two floors in a listed building, now offering over 80 yoga classes and meditation immersions per week. It offers all the usual touches of luxury you’d expect from Yogasphere: Be pampered with wellness areas, complimentary towels and mat use, and by talented hand-picked teachers. Find your true inner bliss and your tribe away from the usual yoga crowd and be at home with Yogasphere.