As a Yoga teacher you know that your practice is the .most important thing. But beautiful yoga venues for your classes can add to the atmosphere, and help attract new students.

Whether it’s a one-off yoga workshop, a series of classes, or a regular weekly session, we’ve rounded up some of the most beautiful venues the UK has to offer that will host yoga classes.

There are stained glass windows, vaulted ceilings and sea views, so read on to find your perfect venue.

Nonsuch studios – Nottingham

Nonsuch studios is a creative space for artists, but their turn of the century studio, with gorgeous stained glass windows and original wooden floor, would make a stunning space for a yoga or pilates class.

Light Room Yoga Studio – Sheffield

One of Sheffield’s most striking yoga spaces, this venue already hosts over 20 yoga classes each week. But there are still hire slots available.

The stunning room has wooden floors, a beamed ceiling and an exposed brick fireplace.

 

The Southville Centre – Bristol

Milford Hall at the Southville Centre in Bristol is an airy and light room, with a parquet floor and high vaulted ceiling.

With plenty of space for a large class, this venue will add a sense of serenity to your class.

 

Bristol City Yoga – Bristol

This purpose-built yoga venue in the heart of Bristol is light and airy with a beamed ceiling. Holding up to 25 mats, it still has an intimate feel.

 

Yellowave Clubhouse – Brighton

There might only be 1 week a year where it’s warm enough to do yoga on the beach in the UK, but Yellowave Clubhouse in Brighton is the next best thing.

This single story wood clad building has floor to ceiling windows offering uninterrupted sea views.

 

Didsbury Parsonage Trust – Manchester

Didsbury Parsonage Trust is a grade II listed building in the village of Didsbury, near Manchester, that provides a community hub. It hosts exhibitions as well as providing room hire.

Its largest space is a warm and intimate room for a yoga class, with deep red walls, a high ceiling and wood frames bay windows.

Katherine Low Settlement – London, Battersea

Katherine Low Settlement is a charity organisation that aims to tackle poverty in the area.

They have several rooms available to hire, and their second floor Chapel Room is a stunning space, flooded with natural light from roof windows, with a wooden floor and vaulted ceiling.

A beautiful space for calm reflection and mediation.

 

Jacksons Lane – London, Highgate

Jackson’s Lane is the UK’s leading venue and supporter for contemporary circus. As well as hosting performances, they also offer space to hire for meetings, rehearsals and parties.

Many of their spaces would be perfect for yoga, but we particularly love the stunning studio 1. With church features including arched windows, it also comes with a fully sprung dance floor and a PA system.

 

Lift – London, Islington

Lift is a healthy living hub for young people, and among its many facilities, it offers a beautiful dance studio, available to hire.

The room is big enough for a large class, spacious and light, with a beautiful feature arched ceiling.

 

Synchronicity – London, Clapham

Synchronicity is an intimate space in a tranquil and secluded location. It’s beamed ceiling and wooden floor create a feeling of calm, perfect for a regular class.

 

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