Thank you to our whole community for your overwhelming response and kind messages about our new online classes. With the support of the Kula community, we hope that we will be able to ensure that there is a Yoga Kula studio at the end of this turbulent and unsettling time. We need your help to make this happen!

Live Our Yoga

This is our time to truly live our yoga. It is an opportunity to come together with solidarity, with our community at heart and practise yoga both on and off the mat. By joining us for our live online classes we hope that you will spread the yoga love by encouraging your friends and family to join you in your space at home, moving and breathing together. United, as one.

To make this work we need your feedback. So please let us know how you get on, whether that’s a message on social media, a photo of your home yoga set-up or an email. Keep talking to us, we are here for you every step of the way.

Studio Update

From Saturday 21st March the Yoga Kula studio will become completely virtual. The studio will be closed to students, however, we will be offering 30 live-streamed classes per week with some of your favourite Kula teachers. At the moment we can’t offer every single class virtually due to resource but we will try our best to add more over the coming weeks. We aim to re-open the studio doors on Monday 20th April, but we will, of course, keep you updated on this based on advice from the Government.

Booking Online classes 

Please book your place on one of our live classes by logging into your Mind Body account or booking on the app. Live classes will be serviced via Zoom. All participants will receive an email with information on how to join the class up to one hour before the class begins. Please note you must join the class no later than 15 minutes before the session is due to start to allow the team enough time to send you the Zoom class information.

Online Class Etiquette

When you join the Zoom class, your mic should be muted as a pre-set setting by Yoga Kula (this means you shouldn’t need to do anything). But you can check this yourself by looking at the mute icon on the bottom left of your screen.

We want to see you – we are asking our community to turn their video cameras on (if possible and if you are comfortable) so we can practise together as one community. The teachers also want to see you during class.