Vinyasa yoga


A combination of breath and movement that flows through a sequence of poses that strengthen, squeeze and stretch both your body and mind.

This class is suitable for all levels, from beginner to advanced, encouraging depth of understanding in the basics of alignment whilst allowing for the freedom of expression through vinyasa. Expect to move, breathe, sweat and walk away energised!



XENIA BOLOMYTI 's yoga journey began 17 years ago and thrives on continuous education from a variety of Yoga disciplines. With a background in Ayurveda, physical theatre, dancing, Butoh and sports, she deepened my practice in body and mind awareness. Her technique is rooted in Vinyasa tradition with the influence of the Ayurvedic health system. Find out more about her on her website, on Facebook or via email.

LUISA DEMANT started yoga to recharge her batteries and give her a break from a stressful job. Very soon she discovered that breath is an amazing tool to calm the mind and achieve body awareness. Her aim is to help people make the most of yoga by connecting yoga postures with real life off the mat.  Find out more on Facebook  or via email 

CAROL ARNELAS started her Yoga path a few years ago while working Monday to Friday in the City of London. She had what it’s commonly believed as a successful life: a ‘good job’. But there was still a void inside her, something was missing. So she started practicing yoga and mindfulness meditation. She soon realised yoga was her calling and quit her 9-5. She has advanced training in yoga and specializes in Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga principles.

THANIA TYMPANARI  first found Yoga through dance at 2000 in Athens. After the first class she felt the freedom, that had never found in any physical exercise before. The Flow classes she teaches are influenced from Dance, Martial Arts, Swimming, Alexander Technique and Ayurveda! You will think how can you put all of these together in just one Vinyasa class! Well you can! With lots of love and understanding for the individual, always moving forward with attention and intention.  Find out more on her website , on Facebook , Twitter or via email .

JAMES SMEE has been practicing yoga for over ten years and graduated from the Triyoga teacher training programme two years ago. He is a British Wheel of Yoga qualified teacher. All classes aim to balance effort and ease. Teaching with a friendly, down-to-earth approach, James’s intention is to leave students feeling centred, relaxed and uplifted.