Yoga on the LaneYoga on the Lane, Dalston, London

Recommended if you're looking for a boutique vinyasa studio, Yoga on the Lane is welcoming and designed with taste with heated floors, brick walls and a large table for after class tea.
Yoga on the Lane
105 Shacklewell Ln
London, Greater London E8 2EB
Types of yoga

Yoga On The Lane is a Dalston based respected yoga studio founded by Naomi Annand in 2012. After a career as a dancer, Naomi began teaching yoga full time in 2002. In 2012 she published ‘Yoga: a Manual for Life’, a beautiful book with extensive guides to poses and picture led sequences to guide home practice.

Situated on the corner of Shacklewell Lane with a dark black front, Yoga on the Lane is a contemporary vinyasa yoga studio, carefully designed by interior design firm Form and Story.

The most welcoming yoga studio in East London

Yoga on the Lane prides themselves as being the most welcoming yoga studio in East London with a glorious heated floor that makes the studio snug and relaxing on even the coldest of winter nights. After class, the studio offers you the option to sit down with the other students for fruit and a cup of tea.

Up to 15 in-person classes a week

The studio currently has an average of 15 in-person classes per week and also offers online classes. The main focus is vinyasa yoga, but meditation and Pilates classes are also present through the timetable.

On the cost side, in-person classes are £15, Intro Offer of five classes for £35 (valid for one month for new members only), five-class card £65 (valid for two months), Ten Class Card (valid for three months) for £120.

Teachers and Teacher training

The studio currently counts nineteen teachers on its books. Naomi Annand leads a teaching team that includes the likes of James Hocke and a selection of other teachers from diverse backgrounds.

Yoga on the Lane also provides teacher training, and has trained more than 50 teachers to date. The studio is a Registered Yoga School 200 hours at Yoga Alliance (RYS 200). Their Teacher training begins in September with prices starting at £3200.

A reflexology studio is also available at the studio for massages and relaxing treatments and the café next door sometimes offers a lunch deal for those practicing at Yoga on the Lane.

Information up to date as of November 2022. Please contact us if you see anything out of date.
How to get there

Nearest station - Dalston Junction (Overground)

Bus routes - 4, 56, 30


On Google the studio averages a score of 4.8 out of 5 from over twenty reviews, many naming Yoga on the Lane as their favourite studio in London. There are over 500 reviews on MindBody, most of them very positive, however some do mention a crowded class, so it may be better to avoid evenings and weekends if you want space.

Wayne Wang

Wayne Wang

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