West London Buddhist Centre

Hatha Yoga

Published in Drop-in Yoga Studio Classes

  • Tuesday 6.30-7:45 pm, 5.15pm-6.15pm, Thursday 5.15pm-6.15pm and Friday 9.15-10.45am
  • Booking required
  • Tue and Weds morning Drop-in class, £12 per session; £10 concessions Weds lunchtime £10 per session; £8 concessions
    Fri Low-cost Community Class £7 per session


Hatha Yoga is a life practice which ensures the evolution of the human individual. We initially use simple, set forms derived from the natural and human worlds, leading to sequential development of asana (posture) linked by vinyasa (fluid movement of body and breath). This culminates in the inner stability embodied in inverted postures and upright sitting, and the practical experience of meditation.

While challenging people to re-awaken their muscles and work tenaciously, we support students in cultivating deep physical awareness with an underlying emphasis on self-care and the therapeutic benefit of each pose. Fluid, dynamic sequencing is balanced with restorative postures, and students are encouraged to move with full breath and uplifting intention.

These small-group classes are suitable for all including beginners; personal adaptations are made where required.


Death of Urgyen Sangharakshita (26 August 1925 – 30 October 2018) Founder of the Triratna Buddhist Order and Community

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