Be energised

A yoga practice millenia old

Central London location opposite St Paul's cathedral

Fortnightly meditation classes

Drop-in yoga classes every weekday in St Paul's

Our yoga classes in the City of London give you a range of options to attend class as all classes are drop-in mixed ability. We are experienced at teaching beginners to advanced all in one class.

Come along with no pre-booking, simply arrive a few minutes early for the teacher to book you in. Or buy and reserve online.

Energy Yoga classes in St Paul's London

We're passionate about classical yoga

We teach a beautiful sequence of hatha yoga which has evolved naturally over thousands of years, Sivananda yoga. Unlike ashtanga vinyasa or Bikram, this method wasn't invented by any individual person - it has withstood the test of eons.

Traditional hatha yoga is all about raising prana, or energy. We vitalise the entire body with breathing, inversions and held stretching including twists, bends and balance. Our practice emphasises the spinal column, where the nervous system and energy channels run.

Experience for yourself the life-changing impact of Energy Yoga.

Friday night meditation

We offer a Meditation class on selected Friday evenings (see the schedule). We share a practice that uses sound and still sitting meditation to relax into the present moment. We cultivate a willingness to soften into whatever we find when we relax within, whether that is strong feeling, no feeling, or thoughts. Through this willingness to feel the now-moment, our capacity to rest in honesty with our own experience increases, and with it, our sense of being at home.

Following the meditation there is a Q&A where we talk about areas of our experience we are struggling with, to unravel the deepest source of the struggle.

All about the Moon …

By Energyoga | 10 July 2020

The Moon. At once a side-kick to the Earth and yet a powerful and mysterious entity that affects our oceans and, by some, accounts tempers our moods. The Moon is not only significant to modern science, it is also culturally and spiritually iconic. So let’s investigate: how important is the Moon? An Introduction to Yoga … Read more

SPracticing yoga, sitting in squat, Garland Pose, Malasana, stretching back muscles, hips & ankles

Squat and Live Long and Happy!

By Energyoga | 3 July 2019

We were born to squat. You might say squatting would qualify as a lost art. Yet it’s a very instinctive movement pattern and posture for humans. If you watch a baby, it becomes quickly apparent that squatting is a natural human trait. Toddlers and young children spend much time in the squatted position as they … Read more

Please write us a review!

By Energyoga | 4 April 2018

Please review us! We’ve heard you think we’re a little gem of a yoga class in the city đŸ™‚ Aw shucks you guys! Did you know one of the best ways to help keep us in business is to write us a review? Google and other search engines really value recent reviews when they determine … Read more

Good things last: Yoga’s not a Fad, it’s Steeped in Tradition

By Philippa Kartawick | 18 February 2018

Everybody and their mother does yoga in London today; it’s the aerobics of the 70s, the Zumba of the noughties and definitely flavour of the month. Except unlike Barre, Bootcamps or Crossfit, yoga has been around for thousands of years. Steeped in tradition which goes far beyond the asanas (the physical practice). Yoga is first … Read more

The 5 points of yoga – Swami Sivananda’s legacy

By Frankie | 28 January 2018

Many people understand yoga as just the physical positions (asana) on a yoga mat, but yoga in its true essence is much more on and off the mat. Swami Sivananda, one of the yoga masters of the 20th century, outlined 5 simple points of yoga. Proper exercise (asana) The yoga asanas are said to be … Read more

The Power of Meditation

By Philippa Kartawick | 14 January 2018

Times have changed, meditation is no longer seen as a practice for Tibetan Monks or time-rich hippies. It’s now recognised as a practice for anybody who wants to maintain sound mental health. Of course like most things, meditation can be difficult to start. Not because the activity in itself is particularly difficult, but because of the … Read more