Free Group Meditation: Every Tuesday @ 8:15pm - 9:15pm

African Yoga Classes: Every Wednesday @ 7:30pm - 8:45pm



African Yoga (Kemetic yoga) is the ancient Egyptian system of Yoga enlightenment based upon the practices of physical movements combined with controlled deep breathing and meditation. In the Kemetic teachings this process of yoga is called Smai Tawi which means Union of Two Lands. It is symbolic of the Higher & Lower Consciousness coming together to be one. Many of the poses used today in Kemetic yoga are depicted in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics found on pyramids, temples and tombs.

Breath control is the main aim of Kemetic yoga practice. Practitioners move through the poses while breathing, using the movements as extensions of the breath work. Breathing with the poses raises energy and circulates it through the body.

African Yoga is characterised by a series of geometrically progressive postures that creates alignment of the spinal column and corrects defects in the skeletal muscular system in order to relieve stress, increase blood circulation, nutrient and oxygen supply to vital body systems.



Meditation has proven to have many benefits: relief and prevent stress, heart disease, insomnia and digestive problems but meditation will mostly help you feel grounded and balanced.

Now when a collective of individuals get together to meditate it makes the practice even more beautiful. A small handful of people strongly unified by a common intent can be a profoundly powerful experience.




Group Meditation: FREE (Donations Welcome) (max. 10 participants)

African Yoga: £12 per Class  (max. 5 participants)

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To Book Your Space:

Email or call Anna on 07778230236

Spaces are limited, so be sure to book your space in advance (at least 1 hour before the start of the class).

Matts and props are provided, changing room and toilet is available. We will have tea after the session, so bring some time with you.



Dunya Ntinizi

Dunya is a Hatha Yoga teacher but most of all she is a devoted practitioner. Having started yoga from scratch, she understands that the body can work through apparent limitations and go beyond one exceptions. "I like to think that I will be a guide on the road of your self-discovery. Willing yourself into a fresh shape will eventually help you figure out how to do it out there, in your daily life." 


Let us come together in shared intentions for a better us and a better world