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Yoga On the Lane

Sport and fitness, Gyms and fitness centres Dalston
5 out of 5 stars
Yoga on the Lane
Pauline Egge

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

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A lot of thought has been put into this pretty as a picture yoga studio on Shacklewell lane - from the cosy underfloor heating to the parcels of lavender handed out after each session to sooth tired eyes. Founder Naomi Reynolds is a high skilled ballet dancer, and her teaching is results driven, positive and fun rather than overly spiritual - although she always makes time for a wind-down post session. She and her small team of instructors practise Vinyasa yoga- otherwise known as dynamic or flow yoga. So classes are quite fast paced. There are options for beginners, but all classes welcome all levels- except perhaps those designed for expectant mothers. Downstairs is a reflexology studio offering massages and relaxing treatments. Locals should take advantage of yoga lunches- a special deal with the neighbouring Mouse and de Lotz cafe which gets you a class and a sandwich for a measly £12. You can't book in advance, so arrive ten minutes early to secure a place at the popular weekend classes.



Address: Yoga on the lane
105 Shacklewell Lane
Transport: Tube: Dalston Kingsland; Bus: 149
Price: 60 minute classes: £10; 75 minute classes: £11; 90 minute classes: £12
Opening hours: See website
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