Another Tribe has taken over the Netil360 rooftop for a series of evening and weekend yoga sessions this summer. With wildflowers dotted around the rooftop and a view stretching over the city, it is the perfect setting for your Vinyasa flow. Look out for the special yoga brunches on a weekend when you can follow your practice with a delicious and healthy brunch by well-being partners such as Hackney Pantry for a wholesome start to the day.
Saturday & Sunday 10AM, Monday & Tuesday 7PM
Ham Yard Hotel
Who knew this hotel, located right in the middle of Soho, had a beautiful rooftop garden? Now offering yoga led by luxury gym Equinox, you can practice amongst the greenery and flowers for a serene start to the morning. Weekly sessions are on a Wednesday morning, or for more of a treat, visit on a weekend for their brunch session where you can feast on a range of delicious healthy food from avocado on chia seed soda bread to house-glazed ham, eggy bread and grilled tomatoes.
Ham Yard Hotel, 1 Ham Yard, London, UK, +44 20 3642 2000
Yoga is about being at one with yourself and your surroundings, and what better way than looking over London, 155 metres up in the beautiful Sky Garden. Offering a Vinyasa flow yoga class, you can then treat yourself to breakfast at its Darwin Brasserie, all before work. This is a safe bet for those rainy British days as it is located indoors.
Tuesday to Friday 6.30AM and Saturday & Sunday 9AM
Sky Garden, 1 Sky Garden Walk, London, UK, +44 333 772 0020
Secret Yoga Club
Combining supper club with yoga, the Secret Yoga Club explores a different venue every time, with past venues including the Royal Academy of the Arts, Sutton House and Wilton’s Music Hall. Meet other yoga fans, eat drink and be merry after your yoga practice with every detail thought of, making it a truly unique experience. Currently, the club is offering rooftop yoga picnics on a weekend and yoga supper clubs.
Pure Yoga Zone
Everyone seems to be doing paddleboard yoga in a dreamy, exotic destination this year on Instagram. Well, thanks to Pure Yoga Zone, we can now just take the short journey to London’s Paddington Basin to hone our skills. Offering a new challenge to yoga aficionados, floating on the water mimics your inner energy flow, making you feel even more relaxed. Don’t fret too much about falling in; the boards are actually wider than a yoga mat, and most people find balancing instinctive.
Wednesday 6pm & Saturday 10am