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Meditation, Yin Yoga & Hot Yoga

at Wimbledon Park

Meditation, Yin Yoga & Hot Yoga

at Wimbledon Park

Meditation, Yin Yoga & Hot Yoga

at Wimbledon Park


Hot Yoga

About Laila

She wanted to share the benefits of yoga with others and became a Hot Yoga and Yin Yoga Teacher at Sadhana Yoga & Wellbeing. She loves the challenges and the mental stillness that practicing yoga brings, integrating peace and resilience into her everyday life.

Whether teaching meditation or yoga, Laila’s open heart shines through.

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Laila offers private classes on request. This lends itself to individual attention to improve your practice. £60.

Laila teaches at other yoga studios  in the Greater London area.

She is registered with the Yoga Alliance.

Woman practicing yoga, stretching

What people say...

“Laila is an excellent teacher and also a genuinely lovely person. Her classes are energising, fun and relaxed. Her directions are clear and precise and she is very observant, constantly checking you are positioning and comfortable but also where able challenging your body. Her methods are tailored to each of your personal health needs. I also really love the meditation at the end, which leaves me feeling very relaxed and centered. Laila is a great teacher. I cannot recommend her highly enough!”

Genet A

“I attended Laila’s yoga class with my girlfriend. Although I am a total novice, my girlfriend is far more experienced than me.  We both found the session to be perfectly scaled to our capabilities and delivered by Laila with confidence and gentleness. My girlfriend commented that this was one of the best sessions she had ever had. “

Michel P

“This was the first time I had ever done yoga and I was a bit nervous but I felt very looked after by Laila as she kept checking to see if I was ok and helped me into the positions. I felt safe the whole time and really enjoyed it! I am a yoga convert!“

Matt A

“I like Laila’s style of teaching as she is very caring but also clear and precise; even though I have been doing yoga for a long time, I find Laila’s instructions easy to understand so I know what I need to do in each posture.“

Ian P

“A wonderful class, Laila has a warm and and soothing voice. Laila has a wonderful presence and I would highly recommend her classes.“

Jen D

Woman practicing yoga, meditating


Yoga is a sanskrit word which means ‘yoke’ or ‘union’. It is the practise of breath control, meditation and postures which bring about a sense of physical well-being and relaxation whilst improving flexibility and bringing stillness to the mind.

Yoga is also a way to look inside and find our true selves, a way to explore the physical and spiritual connection. Laila teaches Hatha, Yin, and Hot Yoga and allows each person to develop their own practice at their own pace by giving individual attention.

Yin yoga is a slow-paced form of yoga where the postures are held for longer periods of time. This is done to stretch the connective tissues increasing circulation and improving flexibility. Yin yoga also improves energy flow. Being still in a pose can be meditative, giving you time and space to observe whatever is going on within.

Yoga Mat

Hot Yoga

Laila teaches the original form of Bikram hot yoga based on 26 postures and 2 breathing exercises. The studios are heated to approximately 40 degrees Celsius. The heat allows your body to stretch and can help to relieve pain in joints, knee, neck and back.

Hot yoga helps cleanse and detoxify whilst providing a cardiovascular work out. The postures are designed to work every part of your body including your muscles, joints and organs. Hot Yoga helps you build resilience; what you learn in the studio helps you in the outside world and the breath is important with this. It’s a moving meditation.

Woman Practicing Hot Yoga, Sat Down


Do I have to book?

Yes please. The classes are small in size, so booking is advisable to avoid disappointment.

Is it ok if I am a complete beginner?

The classes are suitable for everyone; whether you are a first-time student or experienced. You go at your own pace and if you have any medical conditions or injuries, please consult your doctor first and let Laila know about them before class.

What should I wear?

Women wear sports tops and shorts or leggings. Men wear shorts and t-shirts. (No swim wear or underwear please).

What do I need for class?

Please bring your water bottle and a towel if you would like. We have mats available for you to use.

Do I have to give notice to cancel a booked class?

Yes please! If you can give 12 hours’ notice to avoid a 100% cancellation fee, that would be appreciated.

If you have any other questions at all please don't hesitate to get in touch.

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