Channel your inner yogi at one of our top six yoga studios in Brighton…
A spiritual hub, it’s no surprise yoga has taken off in Brighton in a big way. No longer does it involve squeezing in a slot at your local gym, for there are plenty of dedicated studios offering tailored yoga classes and wellbeing workouts. Here are our top six yoga studios in Brighton you need to try…
Yoga in the lanes
Beginners, intermediate or experts are all welcome at Yoga in the Lanes. Located just a short walk from the station, or from surrounding car parks, this spacious yoga studio boasts a great reputation on high quality classes. An average of 5 classes are available throughout the day with a variety of yoga techniques available.The centre specialises in Bikram Yoga (Hot Yoga) a series of 26 postures (asanas) and two breathing exercises.
Find out more: http://yogainthelanes.com
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The Float SPa
The Float Spa is fast becoming a popular destination in Hove for practising yoga due to the friendly staff, great facilities and an overall unique, dedicated experience. The Yoga studio offers a diverse range of classes, for beginners to more experienced yogi, with highly experienced teachers on hand to help adapt technique depending on your level. Smaller, private classes are available on request as well as other wellness features.
Find out more: https://www.thefloatspa.co.uk
It’s Yoga Brighton
It’s Yoga Brighton studio is based at Milligan House, on Port Hall Avenue in Brighton – Located between Seven Dials, Dyke Road and Preston Park. It’s Yoga Brighton offers group classes, workshops, teacher training as well as private one to one classes. The studio can hold up to 20 people, making an ideal size for group classes. Classes vary and include Ashtanga, Yin Yoga and Rocket yoga. With an ethos of meeting new people and having a good time, you’re guaranteed to leave with more than just a greater mindset and increased flexibility!
Find out more: http://itsyogabrighton.co.uk
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Yoga for All – at Yellowave
Professional Melanie Melvin holds a weekly yoga class every Sunday at Yellowave Brighton. Offering a beautiful view of the seafront, it’s the perfect way to de-clutter your mind and get yourself ready for the week. Mats are provided, the class is for all levels and if you have a busy schedule, you can just drop in on the day. Having studied yoga for over 20 years Melanie knows all the ins and outs (and ups and downs) of Yoga so is great to assist with any questions, queries or poses you have.
Find out more: https://www.meetup.com/Yoga-For-All-At-Yellowave-Brighton/
Revitalise is a well-being centre that specialise in 5 different types of Yoga – Mysore Self Practice, Vinyasa flow, Hatha, Ashtanga and Yin Yang. Their group classes are small but intimate, ensuring the attention is on you allowing for the teacher to help with quicker development and understanding. Suitable for all abilities, each student receives quality guidance and personal advice depending on their level of expertise.
Find out more: http://revitalise-u.com/
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Studio iO Brighton
When it comes to yoga studios in Brighton, Studio iO is a small intimate haven of tranquillity. A hidden gem on the bustling streets of Brighton, it is the perfect place to relax and rejuvenate. Their studio practises a variety of yoga techniques, with classes available throughout the day. Classes are small allowing instructors to give personal encouragement for each pose and help develop any weakness you feel you may have. With years of experience the teachers can help all beginners up to the dedicated yogis.
Find out more: http://studio-io.co.uk/