Energybase runs over 50 classes per week in term time, ranging from high intensity circuit training through various form of yoga to belly dance. We believe it is possible to get fit and have fun in the same time. There is something for everyone!

  • Members are requested to turn up in time for the start of all fitness classes.
    Late entrance in to the studios will not be possible!

  • Please pre-book your classes in advance to ensure your participation in them. Please note that only members can book over the phone. Non-members must purchase a day-pass and book at reception on the day.

  • Class timetables and Instructors are subject to change from time to time without notice.

  • If you are unable to attend a class that you have booked in for, please call our reception to cancel 0207 664 2002

 

Body & Soul

Strength & Conditioning

Cardiovascular

Dance

 

Energybase runs over 50 classes per week in term time, ranging from high intensity circuit training through various form of yoga to belly dance. We believe it is possible to get fit and have fun in the same time. There is something for everyone!
  • Members are requested to turn up in time for the start of all fitness classes. Late entrance in to the studios will not be possible!
  • Please pre-book your classes in advance to ensure your participation in them. Please note that only members can book over the phone. Non-members must purchase a day-pass and book at reception on the day.
  • Class timetables and Instructors are subject to change from time to time without notice.
View The Timetable

 

Mayan Patel

Mayab teaches Yoga
 

Mayan Patel is a London based Yoga teacher, Dancer and Creative Facilitator. Using body/mind disciplines and creative tools to create personal change for individuals and in the workplace. Mayan is passionate about community building, authentic communication and rekindling a real felt sense of wellness in our busy 21st century lives.

Mayan's practice is informed by the traditional Ashtanga system as well as somatic and improvised movement practices. Over the years he has been fortunate to train all over the world with variety of high profile teachers of different modalities.

His session's focus on Yoga as an inquiry where we can learn in a sensate, felt mode of discovery. Focusing on fundamental principles and patterns, efficient pathways for movement and encouraging release in the body. Bringing our attention internally so we can move as a unified whole and perceive what the body has to tell us.

Mayan emphasises the transformative tools that Yoga brings. An honesty and ability to observe without judgement. Yoga has helped him step into his body and off his mat with a whole new sensitivity, vibrancy and intuition.

Find out more about Mayan @ www.mayanpatel.com

Sylvia

Sylvia teaches Dynamic Flow on Tuesdays 1-2pm.
 

Sylvia has been practsing yoga for 12 years and over the years has come to explore many different styles of yoga. Coming from a strong Ashtanga background and inspired by her teacher David Swenson, Sylvia has taken a huge amount from this practise which she passes on to her students with care, compassion and humour. She has practised many other styles over the years including Jivamukti, Iyengar, Yin and Shadow Yoga and also practises and teaches Yoga Nidra on a regular basis. Sylvia teaches classes and workshops across London and holds annual Yoga retreats in Devon. As well as being a teacher, she remains a student of yoga learning from many different teachers and practitioners and maintaining a daily self practise.

Aubrey

Aubrey teaches Classical Yoga on Saturdays 11am-12pm.

Aubrey has been practising yoga for over fifteen years and became a registered Independent Yoga Network teacher in 2007. He teaches the Classical Yoga class on a Saturday morning. The class covers the full repertoire of poses from tree pose to headstand, including standing/sitting poses, forward bends, back bends, twists and inversions. The class is aimed at students who are already familiar with the basic yoga poses and want to deepen their practice. The sessions are varied in content and draw inspiration from different styles of yoga, encompassing both dynamic and subtle body work. Pranayama (yogic breathing exercises) is included.

Austeja

Austeja teaches Ashtanga Yoga on Mondays 7.45-8.45pm and Thursdays 7-8.30pm, and Hot Yoga on Fridays 7.45-8.45am.

An extensive yoga education with teachers from around the world has had an insightful effect on Austeja’s style of teaching, which is a blend of Patanjali’s Asthanga, eight-fold path, flowing Vinyasa sequencing and T. Krishnamacharya’s teachings. She has taught many, from blind students to marathon runners, triathletes and yoga teachers in UK as well as overseas.

Classes led by Austeja are suitable for all as she strives to accommodate a beginner and challenge the experienced student. Using humour, modified postures and adjustments, she encourages yoga practitioners that everyone who can breathe can do yoga, hence emphasising the breath and mindfulness in her classes.

Austeja has been fortunate to study Asthanga yoga with teachers such as David Swenson, Lino Miele & Saraswathi; Jivamukti yoga with Stewart Gilchrist and Vinyasa Flow with Rebecca Ffrench. Austeja is a certified Pregnancy Yoga teacher (Yogacampus, UK) and she has also been practicing Yoga Nidra with Swami Pragyamurti Saraswati, and is certified to teach this remarkable practice by Satyananda Yoga Center, UK.

For more information about Austeja please visit: www.yogasvasa.com

Natasha

Natasha teaches Hatha Yoga on Mondays 1-2pm and Fridays 12-1pm.

Natasha has a diploma with the British Wheel of Yoga and has been teaching Hatha yoga since 2002 and teaching at ULU since August 2004.  Natasha has been practicing yoga since 1998.  She has a sensitive approach to yoga, with emphasis on harmonising the body, breath, mind and spirit.  Adapting to individual needs in a safe and caring environment.   Having experienced the transformational power of yoga she has great enthusiasm to share this practice with others and experience the unfolding beauty of their own true nature.

?Natasha’s classes and workshops run from an intuitive basis depending on what the group needs, tapping into her wide range of experience to provide what is required. The sessions are a mixture of yoga, breathing and relaxation techniques and can be calm and gentle or upbeat and energising.  Natasha meditates on a daily basis and intertwines this important practice into her classes. www.natashamalik.co.uk