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Benk + Bo Yoga offer you a 70sqm sized room with natural light, plants, cork flooring and a mirrored wall with a linen curtain.
The studio fits 25 mats and is fitted with SONO sound system and Philip Hue bulbs that allow the user to set their own mood.
Drop in is £12 and you can also find monthly, weekly and 10-pack deals on our website.
Our current intro offer is first class for free and 5 classes for £20!
See our schedule below and book classes through the MindBody app or the bottom of this page.
Helen did her 200hr teacher training with YogaLondon and went on to complete her Pre & Post Natal Pregnancy yoga teacher training with Sally Parkes. Her aim is to give students the best bits of yoga in plain English, making yoga accessible for all and giving people the tools to use off the mat, whether that be simple stretches at your desk, calming visualisations or easy breathing techniques to call on when you need them.
To her, yoga is about helping people have a better day .
You can find Helen at Benk + Bo 7.30am on Wednesdays for Pregnancy Yoga and Fridays 12.15pm for Anti Desk Yoga.
Helens Anti Desk Yoga is a real opener for your shoulders and muscles that get forgotten about while working all day from a computer. This class is a gentle but effective lunch time pick-me-up!
Natalie Cristal Morrison
Natalie is an established yoga teacher, Personal Trainer, pilates instructor, mindfulness guide and health coach.
She integrates these different practices to help people discover a greater sense of freedom in their bodies and hearts. She seeks to cultivate both yin and yang elements, recognising that intuition, stillness and release are as important as strength, vitality and momentum. She teaches to a loyal following of students and clients at studios and other venues across London and internationally.
In Natalies classes you will be encouraged to flow strongly while focusing on how to maintain a healthy alignment of your body. Expect to leave the class feeling more knowledgable about your limbs and muscles. Recommended for experienced yogis.
Find her Mondays 07.30am and Thursdays 12.15pm.
Jonathan completed his 200 hour YTT with Stretch in June 2017. His classes are slow and deep, fusing elements of primal/ natural movement alongside a traditional vinyasa sequence. He believes that movement should be fun and playful and that every person is a unique collection of complicated information, so a movement or yoga practice should also be unique and tailored to the individual.
His passion is not just for movement but for a balanced approach to health and wellness, seeing the body as a complex set of physiological systems, intricately linked to energy and emotions. He is studying to become a Nutritional Therapist at the CNM in London and is also a certified TRE (trauma releasing exercises) practitioner.
Jonathan is passionate about helping people become more connected to themselves via yoga/movement and the cascade effect that this tends to have on nutrition and a general awareness for how to look after the body more intuitively.
Find him on Wednesdays 6.30pm.
Following years of back problems, Dionne discovered the incredible benefits of Pilates. She studied the principles of Pilates and trained to become a mat and pre & postnatal Pilates instructor.
She teaches across London both 1:1 and group sessions and is passionate about helping you getting healthier and stronger.
Dionnes classes will make you feel like you can conquer the world. Starting off gently but strong and slowly taking your body in to some serious core work where you will attach muscles you didn't even know was there.
The classes are so much that you will forget you are actually doing a work out!
Find her on Tuesdays 12.15pm.
Dre is a qualified yoga teacher and reiki practitioner level 2 coming from the field of social work. Her practice uses yoga as a therapy for societal pressures and oppressions.
Her nurturing, fun classes encourage students to appreciate their strengths on their journey to irie: a journey of being at peace with your current, yet evolving state of being. Her classes empower all to cultivate inner peace and self-love.
Expect to feel total relaxation and focus! This is a great lunch time break from the hustle and bustle.
Find Dre on Wednesdays 1.15pm.
She started to move on her yoga mat eight years ago in the rainiest city of Sweden. She fell deeply in love with the spiritual practice and started to explore it, both on and off the mat. Dijana is teaching and practicing movement with integrity and playfulness, welcoming all sensations and emotions with open arms. Good vibes will be created and shared through strong and creative Asana. Her passion is to create a space for people to slowly dissolve and unite.
Dijanas classes are strong, playful and focused. She also combines the use of sound and light in a truly special way. Expect to leave feeling wiser, happier and surprised by how quickly time went by in the class!
Find her Mondays 12.15pm and Tuesdays 07.30am.
She is a certified Forrest Yoga teacher and Guardian-in Training, also renowned for her dedication to long distance running, and creative spark!
She first started practising yoga in 2007, and has never looked back! Rosalind started teaching yoga in 2011, and has taught in Malaysia and the UK. In addition to teaching regular public classes and workshops, Rosalind also regularly works as an assistant to Ana Forrest during her workshops and teacher trainings around the world.
Rosalinds classes will make you find space in your body that you never found before. You will understand your poses and movements in a whole new and different way. Expect doing targeted muscle work while being so focused that you forget how difficult it is.
Find her on Tuesdays 1.15pm.
She is a strength and conditioning coach, performance specialist, cyclist, triathlete and lover of all things endurance sport. She also teaches yoga. She works with companies focussing on marginal gains to achieve optimum performance for employees. She works with individuals helping them to be better versions of themselves. She enjoys exploring the connection between endurance sports and high achievement, with wellbeing and success in all areas of life.
Gail is one of the warmest souls you will meet. She has an incredible knowledge of the body and her beginners class will make you feel welcomed and confident as soon as you step in to the room!
Find her on Wednesdays 12.15pm.
Pip offers vibrant, thoughtful and relaxing classes stemming from her intuitive self practice and varied inspiring trainings (having trained with the British wheel of Yoga in hatha, flow with Tara Stiles and Shiva Rea and yin with Norman Blair). Her group and private sessions are guided in a clear and useful way that provides encouragement, confidence and space for discovery. Pip is a dedicated practitioner with a playful edge and always brings a smile to class while providing a contained and flowing yoga experience. Classes are laid back, energetic and have an open vibe, with an emphasis on what feels good for the individual on the mat.
Hailing from a background in life sciences this biological filter is applied to the eastern terms, drawing West and East together and collaborating in explanations. Practice always adapts to what is required on the mat that day whether it be hamstrings that need stretching or a more esoteric approach to movement within the body, Pip can guide you.
Pips class is easy, fun and a great class for beginners!
Find her on Thursdays 6pm.
She teaches yoga across London, and is a passionate advocate of the mental and physical benefits that yoga can bring. Her classes are infused with music and lightness of heart, with the desire that each student comes to find clarity and calmness.
Find Hannah on Fridays 07.30am.
Olivia takes a down to earth, modern and science-based approach to yoga. Expect clear, logical instructions that help break down seemingly complicated postures into manageable steps. You will learn to work with the anatomy and needs of your own body to help you get the most out of each practice. Olivia's classes are light-hearted and open to all, while still being challenging and maintaining a strong focus on correct alignment of the body. She teaches vinyasa, traditional hatha and restorative classes across London, is a regular guest teacher at Casa Yoga in Milan and leads workshops and retreats across Europe and as far afield as the Caribbean.
This mixed levels flow class is open to everyone. Expect to start with slow and steady warm ups, then get moving and work up a bit of a sweat, and finally wind down to finish with a guided relaxation. Clear instructions will help beginners start to understand the different postures, while different options will be offered to challenge more advanced practitioners.
Find Olivia on Tuesdays at 6.30pm.
After practicing yoga for the best part of a decade Rachel gave up a career in publishing to train with Frog Lotus and Stretch London in back in 2016. She teaches a strong, dynamic vinyasa style class, which is full of opportunities to get grounded and get upside down! She has an intelligent understanding of both the anatomical and philosophical sides of yoga, which she peppers throughout her classes by using clear, breathe led queues. Rachel's classes are perfect for anyone looking to invite an element of play and a little bit of hard work into their yoga practice.
Her classes welcome everyone but is very well suited for people who want to push their practice further.
Find Rachel on Thursday mornings at 07.30am.