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Yoga at the Garden Museum

Join us for an hour of yoga in the peaceful surroundings of the Garden Museum before we open to the public.

Classes will be held in the Museum’s nave space, surrounded by soaring pillars, vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows. Sessions are suitable for all levels of experience.

Please bring your own yoga equipment, mat and water.

Doors open at 8.30am, and your class will begin at 8.45am, running for one hour.

The sessions will be followed by a rejuvenating brunch at the Garden Cafe. Class participants can enjoy free range eggs on toasted sourdough from Bermondsey-based bakery The Snapery, with a barista-brewed Allpress coffee for the exclusive price of £6.

Tickets also include complimentary entry to the Museum when we open at 10.30am.

Saturday Morning Yoga Dates

Click on each link below to add the session to your basket.

11th August led by Chloe Faulkner

25th August led by Katy Bateman

8th September – Rain Maher

22nd September – Chloe Faulkner

6th October – Bryony Cameron

20th October – Rain Maher

3rd November – Chloe Faulkner

17th November – Bryony Cameron

1st December – Chloe Faulkner

15th December – Chloe Faulkner

‘I have loved everything about it. The walk across Westminster Bridge and then along the river. The beautiful space that the class is in and of course the yoga itself.’ – Sue, Museum yoga attendee 

Yoga Instructors

  • Rain Maher

    Rain Maher

    Rain Maher is a big hearted, life loving, tree hugging hippy enigma wrapped in a sarong. She's been guiding yoga practices of hatha for 16 years and vinyasa for ten years. Her main teacher is Shiva Rea. Expect breath led slow build vinyasa flow classes that leave you energised yet relaxed.

  • Bryony Cameron

    Bryony Cameron

    Bryony Cameron is a qualified Iyengar yoga teacher, and also one of the gardeners at the Garden Museum. Bryony will be teaching a general level class at the Garden Museum. Beginners are welcome.
    Bryony has been practicing yoga regularly for 5 years and attends classes with senior teachers in London. She is the daughter of Dublin based senior Iyengar yoga teacher Eileen Cameron and so yoga has been part of her life from a young age.
    Iyengar is a method of teaching and practicing yoga where poses are held for longer with a focus on correct and precise alignment of the body. The classes are carefully sequenced to give maximum benefit to the student. All of this leads eventually to a balancing of the mind, emotions and senses.