A deep release class designed to relax, de-stress and rejuvenate you at every level. Slower than a dynamic practice, but still challenging, with more of an emphasis on deep stretches, alignment and mindful breathing. A mixed level class, beginners can take advantage of the slower pace to build their awareness and skills whilst more experienced practitioners can deepen their practice. With an easy chilled out feel, these hatha yoga classes are a great place to get to understand core yoga asanas (postures) and to consciously deepen our practice both on and off the mat.

All live classes are at ZenYoga - a lovely, bright studio in Camberwell, South London offering small classes and personalised attention. Following COVID-19 for those of you that prefer to practice from home you can join online classes. See more below:

IN STUDIO AND LIVE STREAMED ON ZOOM:  Friday mornings from 10-11am UK time at ZenYoga, 24A Camberwell Grove, London SE5 8RE. Single studio classes are £12 or buy a class pass for 5 classes at £55 (valid for 90 days). As studio spaces are limited to 5 people due to social distancing measures, studio classes will be live-streamed (log on at 9.50am); single online classes cost £8.

ONLINE:  Sunday mornings 10.30-11.30am UK time on zoom. Log on from 10.20am. Online classes are £8.

Please note that all bookings must be made online and payments made via PayPal to secure your space in studio or online using this link:  Please book by midnight the day before class and be careful to spell your email correctly or you won't receive the booking info.

One to one classes also available; please contact us for further information.

I also teach at the annual Darbar Festival of Indian classical music and dance in London every autumn. These special 60 min classes are done to live Indian classical music. Limited to 15 people per class. Advance booking required. Contact us if you're interested. (Temporarily suspended)

Essential info for classes: Please wear loose and comfortable clothes for practice, in an area free of obstacles and refrain from a heavy meal for 2 hours before practice.  Yoga can help improve your health and well being, but it’s important to listen to your body and work at your own level and explore your own limits. To reduce the risk of injury, never force or strain yourself and stop if you feel pain or dizziness and seek medical advice if necessary.

Medical disclaimer: Not all exercises are suitable for everyone. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health professional before starting or changing any exercise program or making a lifestyle change. This is particularly important if you are overweight, pregnant, nursing, regularly taking medications, or have any existing medical conditions.  Pregnant women should not practice any twists or abdominal tightening asanas and should refrain from practice for the first trimester. Yogabliss assumes no responsibility or liability for any injuries or losses that may result from practicing yoga whether online or face to face.