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West Hampstead Yoga with Simon Hoten & Yoga360

West Hampstead, Greater London (Camden), NW6 1AH
Phone: 07984613826
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Yoga360 offers yoga classes in West Hampstead as well as private one to one tuition, Yoga in the workplace, Restorative Yoga and Yoga for Sport

Yoga360 (pronounced Yoga Three Sixty) creates yoga practises, classes, programmes, workshops and retreats. As the number 360 reflects the number of degrees in a full or whole circle, yoga360 reflects a focus on the whole person.

Founder: Simon Hoten

I have been practising & studying yoga for over 13 years and teaching since 2010. As a yoga teacher I am British Wheel of Yoga accredited.

I started my personal meditation practise with a 10 day silent Vipassana meditation retreat in New Zealand in March 2003. Following this revelatory experience, i went to my first yoga class a few days later, with the primary intention of improving my flexibility so that i could sit more comfortably during meditation. However at my very first class i became intrigued about the physical yoga practise as well as meditation and this soon developed into the passion that it is today.

My teaching style is one of emphasis on the breath, healthy alignment, flow of movement, building strength, whilst also giving an opportunity for deep relaxation. I aim for all my classes to be open and friendly whilst also being focused. I am very keen in sharing the benefits of private / one on one teaching, having personally seen the depth in my own practise develop following such a setting.

As a yoga teacher I come with 25 years experience of a fast-paced, city working-life and all the pressures, expectations and challenges that this lifestyle brings. I have seen the positives that yoga can bring first hand including supporting improved focus and energy as well as helping alleviate symptoms of stress and supporting improved sleep patterns particularly after long periods of travelling. With a regular asana practise, I have also significantly benefited from improved posture, flexibility and movement in my body where there were restrictions, particularly following the effects of a severe femur fracture in my 20's and subsequent 12 month recovery period in hospital.

Yoga is more of a journey than a destination, a pathway of continued growth and learning. I take great joy in sharing my knowledge and experiences with my students and I am extremely grateful to those who have shared theirs with me, particularly Donna Farhi, Jane Kersel, Kate Ellis, Anna Ashby, Carlos Pomeda, James Reeves, Swami Saradananda, Bridget Woods Kramer & Chris Swain.

Opening Times

Opening Times: Classes in West Hampstead
West Hampstead Community Centre
Sunday evenings 7.15pm - 8.30pm
Wednesday evenings 6.55pm - 8.10pm - check website for details as usually they are 6 week beginner's/ back to basics courses, 6 week Level one / Improver Courses or 3 week Level 2 /Improver Courses

Additional Classes
Monday 7am -8am, Monday 8pm - 9pm, Thursday 9.30am - 10.45am, 6pm - 7pm Fridays 9.30am - 10.30am at Health Town

Private one to one tuition - Every day 7am -9pm. Contact for details and for bookings.
Private Yoga Tuition: I cover all of London and the surrounding areas.

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: West Hampstead Community Centre is just off Mill Lane, NW6

Private classes can be held here in NW6 or at your home. Please contact for further details.

We are situated very close to West Hampstead, Kilburn, Brondesbury Park stations with great transport links from Kentish Town, Highbury & Islington, Kensal Rise, Willesden junction. Stratford, Liverpool Street, Euston, Hampstead, St John's Wood, London Bridge and the City.


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