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"Behold! human beings living in an underground den... Like ourselves... they see only their own shadows, or the shadows of one another, which the fire throw on the opposite side of the cave."

- Plato, Ancient-Greek philosopher

Triyoga, one of London’s leading Yoga / Pilates centers

By Sharda ten Hove on 06 October 2012

Triyoga is a must for all yogi's coming to London. There are 3 studios, one in Camden, one in Chelsea and one in Soho. They offer Yoga and Pilates classes 7 day's a week from morning till evening as well as courses, workshops and teacher trainings.

Triyoga also provide a broad range of treatments as massages, acupuncture, accupressure, ayurvedic treatments, craniosacral therapy, nutritional consultations, osteopathy and much much more.

At their cafe you can enjoy the most delicious organic foods from breakfast and lunch to all sorts of healthy and nutritious cakes and cookies to guilt free indulgence in.
Their menu is vegetarian, vegan, raw-food and gluten-free friendly and their fresh made smoothies and juices taste heavenly + give you just the perfect boost for the day!
To get an idea check their menu here.

The teachers are all highly qualified and come from all corners of the world. The levels start at beginners level and go up to where even the advantage yogi is still challenged!
Diaforlife’s favorite teacher at Triyoga is Mercedes Ngoh, her classes are open to all but quite challenging too.
She blends the yogic traditions with the satisfaction of a good and sweaty workout. You can check the schedule to see when she is teaching.

To find out more about this London Yoga, Pilates and Community Center check their website: www.triyoga.co.uk
Make sure to also check their extended list of treatments all performed by excellent therapists!

About the author

Sharda ten Hove

Founder, Ethical Vegan, Yogi, Social Activist

Sharda was born and raised in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Descended from an Indian mother and Dutch father, she received a multi-cultural upbringing during which she gained a broad perspective on life.…  Read full bio