A London Favorite, MoreYoga, Has Big Plans For The City

  • Lauretta Ihonor Lauretta Ihonor
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A London Favorite, MoreYoga, Has Big Plans For The City

If you love the capital’s favourite affordable yoga chain MoreYoga, but don’t have a branch near you, we’re about to put a smile on your face. Yes, MoreYoga’s founders have just announced that they’ve got London domination on their minds — they plan to have 100 yoga studios in the city by 2022.

Thinking Big

With a current studio count of 15 in London, adding a further 85 to their portfolio is no mean feat, but the ambitious expansion plans are already unfolding. New sites have just launched in Tower Bridge, Greenwich, and Caledonian Road. And rumour has it that MoreYoga studios are also set to open in Winchmore Hill and Surrey Quays this September.

And that’s great news because MoreYoga is all about convenience. When you buy a class pass, you can sign up for a session at any of their studios — so more studios means more flexibility… in more ways than one! Even if you work in North London, hang with friends in the east and live in the south, you’ll be able to find one of their yoga studios just a stone’s throw from wherever you are in the city.

The MoreYoga Experience

If you haven’t been to a MoreYoga studio before, you may be wondering what all the fuss is about. Firstly, there’s the variety of classes. There are a whopping 23 different yoga-based options on offer at MoreYoga — from Vinyasa Flow and Ashtanga to Jivamukti and Dharma.

Then, there’s the price, which starts as low as £6 per yoga session. Add to the mix legendary events like the Late Night Lock In—that’s a Friday night chill session, featuring sound baths, yoga sessions, and healthy treats—and MoreYoga’s More Music sessions, which feature live DJs, and you’ll start to understand why this yoga chain is fast becoming a thing in London.

Oh, and did we mention that MoreYoga loves to pay good karma forward through community projects? Now that’s the type of brand we’re happy to see more of in the city.