Triyogatriyoga, various locations, London

A welcoming premium studio for all levels offering different types of yoga and pilates as well as treatments. Several locations around London provide beautiful spaces where everybody can belong.

Founded in 2000 by Jonathan Sattin, triyoga prides itself on being one of London’s top destinations for yoga, pilates and treatments.

A former lawyer, Jonathan discovered yoga in the 80s, eventually giving up legal practice to open his own studio. Today, triyoga has five studios around London in Chelsea, Soho, Shoreditch, Ealing and Camden.

Although the different locations vary in their facilities, all offer a café and disabled access. Triyoga strives to create beautiful studios that offer sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the city outside its walls.

Triyoga went into partnership with United Fitness Brands in January 2023, after a big drop in turnover and profit during lockdown.

A Calm and Tranquil Experience for Every Body

One of triyoga’s key aims is to help and inspire people to lead healthier lives as they want. The studios are high quality centres which focus on wellbeing with community at the heart, creating a space where students, staff, teachers and therapists feel they belong. Authenticity is important and by offering a broad range of classes, both modern and traditional, they aim to dispel the myths around who can practice yoga, encouraging all bodies and levels.

Changing rooms, showers and lockers are available at all studios with the exception of Soho, and towels can be hired for £1.

12 classes a day per Triyoga location from, £20 drop-in

There are on average around 12 classes per day from 6.30 am to 9pm across their 5 locations: Chelsea, Soho, Shoreditch, Ealing and Camden. Besides yoga, Triyoga also offers pilates, treatments and workshops.
Prices are £20 for in-studio classes, down to £15.5 if you buy 10, and an unlimited monthly membership: £110.
Yoga types offered by Triyoga: Vinyasa, Rocket Yoga, Ashtanga, Hot Yoga, Pilates

Guest Teachers and Teacher Training

The studios currently host over 180 teachers, all with different backgrounds, stories and styles from former ballet dancers to vegetarian chefs. They also pride themselves on attracting some of the world’s most renowned teachers as guests, for in-person and online classes, and for workshops.

Triyoga provides a range of teacher training across their different locations, and online. The courses vary from foundation level for those starting on their path through to courses that help deepen your practice and learning. triyoga’s yoga teacher training has been running since 2005 and is fully recognised and accredited by Yoga Alliance Professionals (Yoga Alliance UK) and Yoga Alliance USA. Prices start at £2700.

Information up to date as of January 2023. Please contact us if you see anything out of date.
How to get there


Nearest station - Camden Town (Northern)

Bus routes - Bus: 134, 168, 214, 253, 27, 31


Nearest station - Imperial Wharf (Overground) or South Kensington (District, Circle, Piccadilly)

Bus routes - 11, 22, 49, 319, 345, 328, 19, 14, 211, 414


Nearest station - Ealing Broadway (Central)

Bus routes - 65, E7, E8


Nearest station - Shoreditch High Street (Overground)

Bus routes - 388, 8, 26


Nearest station - Oxford Circus (Central)

Bus routes - 14, 6, 9, 19, 38, 94


On MindBody the studio averages a rating of 4.7 across nearly ten-thousand reviews with many commenting on how lifted or restored they feel after class. Google reviews across the studio’s locations range between 4.1 and 4.6, the highest grade going to the Camden studio which is routinely praised for the quality of its classes.

Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson

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