Located in the West Quarter of Central Exeter, The Exeter Yoga Workshop - Exeter’s first purpose built yoga studio - is a unique space, lovingly crafted from the finest sustainable materials and cutting-edge technology, providing an ambience found nowhere else in the area, and rarely found outside of London. The specially engineered bamboo floor provides a solid and deeply grounding base, while eleven infrared heating panels heat your inner core like the sun!
Join our team highly experienced yoga teachers for Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Hatha Yoga, Yin & Restorative Yoga, Prenatal Yoga, Baby Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Kundalini Yoga Exeter’s only daily morning Ashtanga Yoga Mysore programme in a beautiful, quiet and warm specially built yoga studio.Studio Timetable
As long-term practitioners and teachers of Yoga, Meditation, Self-Development and Functional Medicine we know that meaningful and lasting personal transformation requires commitment and investment. Our membership packages offer discounted classes in exchange for a one month commitment (you can cancel anytime)
UNLIMITED Membership is a monthly contract, valid for all drop-in classes on our timetable. No long term contract commitment or joining fee required. Cancel any time.
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Book your class in advance from your own home (or on the move) and avoid long queues at reception to make your arrival super smooth. Some classes are very popular so pre-booking ensures you will never miss out on your favourite class. If you are unable to pre-book your class online there will still be drop in spaces available at reception.
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"Ashtanga yoga, though familiar to some as strictly a series of postures accompanied by specific patterns of breathing and gazing, is actually the broad system of yoga that forms the context for posture and breathing practices. Ashtanga means eight limbs, implying that there are many different interrelated approaches within this school that are used to develop a laser-like focus of the mind. This focus is utilized to explore any and all physical and mental phenomena that arise in order to reveal that they are composites of their backgrounds and not anything separate or eternal. This revelation or insight leads the ashtanga practitioner on and on to deeper states of insight into the nature of the mind and the world, and eventually to liberation from conditioned existence"
~ Richard Freeman, The Mirror of Yoga ~