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Helpful friendly staff!!
Great changing area, very busy at peak times, but well handled!
Showers, clockers, coffee shop!
Loads of classes! Amazing teacher I had tonight! Fun, super hard! Loved it, can’t wait to go back!
My title says it all! You wouldn’t expect that a yoga studio in Kingly Court would the best place to find your Zen but this place is really magical. Top floor, away from all noises, lovely environment and classes. The changing rooms are a bit...More
Had an excellent vinyasa class at Triyoga. The instructor was terrific and had an excellent playlist. The location is super cute, tucked back in Kingly Ct. The desk staff was very friendly and the space itself was very nice. Happy that I visited to work...More
I have been doing acro for 2 years now but not in London so I wanted to try a class while I was here visiting home. The studio is nice with changing rooms and water. However, the class I took was disappointing. The instructor was...More
I was staying in London for one month and took a monthly pass allowing me to access all classes.
The main class I took was Ashtanga, Mysore style and I loved it !
The teachers are amazing ! Thanks to Ursula, a very professional and...More
Date of experience: July 2017
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