Open Air Yoga this August

Take your mat outdoors with these open air yoga sessions in London this August:

Live Well at Ham Yard Hotel

Ham Yard Hotel are running yoga sessions on their leafy rooftop again this summer. Instructors from Third Space will guide a Hatha Yoga practise for an hour, followed by a healthy brunch from guest chef and author of Happy Food, Bettina Campolucci. There’s also the option to add an express manicure or pedicure at their new urban nail bar in the Soholistic Spa. Every Saturday until 31 August, 9.30am. Rooftop Yoga and Brunch £39, Rooftop Yoga, Brunch and Express Manicure or Pedicure £65.

Evening Yoga at Eccleston Yards

This summer’s outdoor yoga sessions at Belgravia’s Eccleston Yards have proved so popular that they promptly sold out. Lucky then, that they’ve just added an additional date to the line-up – book tickets now for the 7pm Vinyasa class on Thursday 29 August. Hosted by Phoebe Greenacre, founder of Silou London, a £15 ticket includes the class plus an SMUK London goodie-bag and a smoothie. Tickets at

Sunday Yoga at the Pavillion, Dulwich Picture Gallery

Enter the Colour Palace and take a yoga class that focusses on a specific theme reflecting the Pavilion’s structure. A ticket also includes a tea or coffee from the cafe, and entry to the Picture Gallery’s current exhibition Cutting Edge: Modernist British Printmaking. Sunday 11 August and Sunday 1 September, 8.45-9.45am yoga followed by exhibition view, tickets £25

Free Saturday morning Yoga on the River at Re:Centre

Re:Centre have a beautiful space right on the river from which they run events (GOOP Festival) and host artist residencies and yoga classes. This summer they’re offering a free weekly yoga class outdoors on the Thames riverside. Taught by a different teacher each week, the open-level classes run every Saturday 10.30-11.30am until 31 August in the gated Wharf area outside Harrods Depository in Barnes. Visit the Re:Centre cafe for brunch afterwards.

NB. You’ll need to bring along your own yoga mat.

— Daisy Allsup
30th July 2019