Studio Review: Triyoga Soho

Triyoga has four locations across London – in Primrose Hill, Chelsea, Soho and Covent Garden so there’s bound to be one near you!

I visited the one in Soho, just off Carnaby Street – although in a busy surrounding it is relatively quiet as it is tucked away on the 2nd floor of Kingly court. It has two studios; one large and a smaller one about half the size as well as a treat- ment room that offers complementary therapies. Triyoga has a vast selection of classes for more mindful/meditative practice to more physical practice that run throughout the day starting from 06:30 with the last class at 20:25 – very convenient for those working nearby as you can go before work, after work or any time in between!

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The space itself is very comfortable, good changing facilities with showers but the one thing I noticed was the lack of storage. This wasn’t a problem as I could take my stuff in to the studio but would prefer to keep it out of the way. I love Triyoga’s self-sign in system. You have a card that you can top up with lessons, meaning you simply scan in when you arrive. It speeds things up if you are short of time whilst nipping out from work. Another plus was the equipment as there was lots of it and very good quality. I hear that some classes can get very full at peak times. However, there is now an online pre-booking system, where you can register for a class 24hrs in advance, to avoid disappointment.

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I tried the open level Ashtanga Yoga classes on Wednesday and Friday at 12:15. I was slightly apprehensive at attending an ‘open level’ class as ones I’ve been to previously haven’t worked. However, these classes were excellent as the instructors catered for everyone’s needs. No matter what level you were they could help you develop the sequence and improve.

Overall, a great place for yogis with busy lifestyles – just remember to pre-book!

Triyoga Soho
2nd Floor, Kingly Court, W1B 5PW triyoga.co.uk
020 7483 3344

REVIEW
BY ALEXANDRA MARTINELLI

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