Liverpool is home to some amazing yoga studios. We have rounded up some of our favourite yoga studios near to the city centre.
Based in Wavertree, Planet Yoga offers a variety of hot yoga classes for all abilities. Their relaxed atmosphere and widest range of teachers in the north west makes this studio a favourite for many people in Liverpool to practice yoga and relaxation.
435 Smithdown Rd,
This converted warehouse space hidden away in the Baltic triangle has been transformed into one of the most popular yoga studios in the city centre. With ambient smells, low lighting and warm studios help to create the perfect atmosphere to relax and practice yoga. Their timetable includes a wide range of classes for beginners and the experienced, with a mixture of hot and non-hot classes.
The Old Gun Factory, 1st Floor,
20 Watkinson Street,
Sefton Park Palm House
Liverpool’s famous Palm house is home to Wellness Wednesday yoga classes every Wednesday morning 9.30-10.30am. The classes are held by Jessica Sawyer from Conscious Calling and welcome all abilities. Relax and take part in their flow class, surrounded by tropical plants, green space, and light pouring in through the roof. This experience is guaranteed to set you up for the day.
White Wolf yoga
This tranquil space in the heart of the city centre is a unique space for Yoga and relaxation. Once a ballroom for property exchange, White Wolf’s building provides ample space for their classes. They also have a plant based cafe for yogis to enjoy healthy food and drink after their class.
White Wolf Yoga,
14 Cook Street,
Rise Fitness Studios
Liverpool’s popular cycle studio has recently opened their newest Fitness Studio near to Penny Lane. They have transformed Happiness into a brand new yoga & reformer pilates studio for their members to relax, work out and enjoy. Rise Fitness Studios holds a range of yoga and pilates classes including hot yoga, vinyasa and pre-natal yoga.
Rise Fitness Studios,
2 Church Road
Ceri Sedgwick has always had an interest in health and fitness. As a registered nurse working in critical care, she applies her health and physiology knowledge not only to her career but to her own training and nutrition. Through social media, she has worked with many fitness brands and local businesses around Liverpool, giving her an insight into PR and content creation.