Our pick of the best yoga studios

Looking for a new place to practice your downward-facing dog? The UK is home to some of the best yoga studios, with a wealth of classes and mindful inspiration for you to enjoy.

Here, our Head of Digital and resident yoga teacher, Amy Moore, reveals her favourites. What others would you add to this list? Send your recommendations to [email protected].

The best yoga studios to further your practice

Battersea Yoga, London

This yoga studio is something of a hidden gem. Just a short walk from Chelsea and a stone’s throw from Battersea Park, you’ll find Battersea Yoga.

Amble up the gravel drive and transport yourself from the city as you step inside the studio. Soothing aromas of incense float through the air, while low-lighting and fairy lights add to the tranquil atmosphere of this charming studio.

Battersea Yoga offers an incredible variety of classes from a range of teachers. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an advanced yogi, you’ll find a number of classes from yin and restorative to vinyasa and power.

Plus, don’t miss the studio’s courses, workshops and retreats running throughout the year. Andrea Arare’s women’s circle – running once a month on a Saturday evening – is a powerful evening of meditation, healing sounds and sacred rituals. Perfect for meeting like-minded women and supporting the sisterhood!

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Stamford Yoga, South Lincolnshire

Only a moment away from the bustling streets of Stamford, you’ll find this tranquil studio.

This intimate setting is perfect for finding a class that’s tailored to your every need. Been hunching over a desk all day? Head to a Shoulder Stretches Power Yoga class. Looking to tone up? Don’t miss Yoga for a Leaner Physique.

With a huge variety of classes available Monday to Sunday, it’s your go-to for some mindful me-time.

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R1se Yoga, Sheffield

Fancy working up a sweat? R1se is your go-to if you’re based in or around Sheffield.

Located in two locations throughout the city, R1se prides itself on offering fun hot yoga flows. Practice vinyasa, power, yin or even restorative, in a warm and toasty environment.

Plus, if you fancy complementing your yoga practice, the studio also offers barre and Pilates, helping you to work your deep muscles and build strength. Alternatively, turn things on their head and have a go at aerial yoga – ideal for trying things from a new perspective!

After your practice, there’s plenty of space in the Brook Place studio to relax, enjoy a soothing cuppa, tuck into a nourishing salad bowl, and catch up with friends.

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Indaba Yoga, London

Indaba Yoga is one of the most popular studios in London, with a regular, jam-packed schedule – both online and in-person. A short stroll from Marylebone station, this studio features an array of different yoga styles, from vinyasa and yin to kundalini and rocket.

Plus, with a wealth of different workshops from world-famous teachers hosted on a regular basis, there’s plenty of opportunity to explore your practice in this calming environment. Relax with a soothing gong bath, or perfect your crow pose with an arm balance workshop. There’s something to suit yogis of all ages and stages.

The studio is based over two floors, and also features a small shop and refreshment area – perfect for restoring your energy levels between classes.

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Camyoga, Cambridge

Camyoga is one of the leading studio’s in Cambridge and is based across two locations. It prides itself on offering classes that are supportive and inclusive, with classes for all abilities from total beginner to seasoned practitioner.

Classes are small in size with friendly, knowledgeable teachers, ensuring you can really get the most out of your practice.

Alongside the extensive yoga schedule – comprising of everything from restorative to Ashtanga – you can also find Pilates and barre classes.

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White Space Yoga, Milton Keynes

Feel like taking your practice to the next level? The teacher training courses on offer a White Space Yoga are well worth a look.

Begin your training journey with a 300-hour foundational course or, if you’re looking to specialise, take a look at one of White Space Yoga’s teaching intensives. Choose from pregnancy yoga, yin or perhaps even menopause awareness.

Alongside the studio’s extensive course schedule, you’ll find an abundance of classes. These are available online, or at their in-person studio in Milton Keynes.

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