“Inspirational teachers, nurturing therapies, welcoming community”
Queens Park favourite, Yogaloft has opened a second beautiful London studio. Yogaloft first opened in 2012 in a former Victorian hayloft. Founder Susannah Tomkins, a passionate Iyengar yoga practitioner and teacher, came across the stunning building in a pretty and peaceful mews. Eight years on, Yogaloft thrives at the heart of the Queen’s Park community.
September saw the opening of Yogaloft’s eagerly awaited second studio housed in a former warehouse on Beethoven Street, just five minutes walk from Queen’s Park tube. Step through the door which is down an unassuming side street, just off Kilburn Lane, and you’re in for a surprise.
“We’ve had the same reaction again and again”, says Ian, co-owner, “you suddenly find yourself in this spectacular, light-and-air-filled oasis which seems to expand in every direction”. It has high ceilings, natural light, plentiful plants and fresh air gracing the three stunning studios.
Yogaloft Beethoven Street retains the local feel for which Yogaloft is known and loved. Between the two centres there are more than 150 yoga and reformer Pilates classes every week, taught by carefully selected, skilful and inspirational teachers, holistic therapies to nurture and heal body and mind, and a welcoming café where you can sit by the green wall, enjoy a smoothie and breathe in the fresh air before stepping back out into the city.
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