Our fantastic centre has been designed to cater for your every need. Amazing teachers, spacious studios, lovely therapy rooms and a private studio add to the bespoke experience. This is yoga at it's top level.
For those of you that have never tried yoga we have Basics courses and Yoga Advisors to assist you in selecting the appropriate class .
For the more experienced yogi, Indaba is a feast! With AcroYoga, Anusara, Astanga, Dharma Mittra, Iyengar, Jivamukti, and Yogasana classes taught by our international array of teachers it can sometimes be difficult to decide which class to attend! Come and Play!
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Venue Details & Map
Indaba Yoga Studio
18 Hayes PlaceMaryleboneLondonNW1 6UA
- +44 (0)20 7724 9994
- Public transport:
- Marylebone Station: Exit station by the International Cheese Shop. Take a right and take a left at the first street. (Hayes Place) We are on the left (number 18).
- Access Inside Building Facilities
- All routes suitable for wheelchair users
- Payment Facilities
- Credit cards accepted
- Debit cards accepted
- Group rates available
warm and cosy venue, filled with the aroma of the complimentary herbal teas and the mutual passion for all things yoga
the above and excellent teaching makes it my favourite yoga space in London!more
I am beyond disappointed as the presence of a yoga studio was part of why I moved to my particular flat in Marylebone. I am a yoga enthusiast and practice everyday.
This has got to be the most uninviting studio with languid and incompetent counter staff despite the studio being nearly empty when I arrived. The teacher also only made adjustments for regular students and completely ignored me...more
I'd give this a 2.5. Despite being a beautiful, clean space, what really brought this studio down for me was the attitude of staff and even some of the people who go there. I'd show up with a smile, ready to get my stretch on, and staff would routinely ignore me when I tried to sign in for my class and act as if I was putting them through some first class torture. Certainly didn't find it warm...more
Awful studio. Staff incredibly rude. Bathroom smells funky. Took a class with a borderline psycho path who attacked me as I tried to leave 15 minutes early. I was unaware that it was a 90 minute session and after a few people had left - I tried to escape. Big mistake. Made a scene in front of the whole class. Totally aggressive. Started screaming at me, "how dare I leave" side note my mom had...more
Indaba is a warm and inviting studio that ultimately hooked me in as a member, and here's why:
Facilities: private showers, CLEAN mats for free ( never been to a studio that cleans the mats after every class and doesn't charge), loads of props, beautiful hardwoods and natural light.
Community: the front desk will greet you, often by name, with a smile. Most of the other yogis are...more