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Become the best version of you.

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{Welcome to Lotus, Highams Park}

The Lotus Mission is to help everyone in our community achieve total health and wellbeing.

We do this by bringing together brilliant teachers in Yoga, Pilates and expert practitioners in Ayurveda and Massage therapy. 

Lotus Studio is a welcoming and supportive environment. We design our classes, workshops and therapies to help you feel physically and emotionally well and become the best version of yourself.

We take an Ayurvedic approach to health and wellbeing, with an emphasis on prevention and maintaining health. We understand that the mind and body are intrinsically linked and the key to health is maintaining balance in your lifestyle.

You can find us at: 

479 Hale End Road, E4 9PT. 

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A strong, healthy body is the ultimate fashion statement.

A healthy outside starts from within.

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Lotus Ayurveda: Winter Wellness Guide

Lotus Ayurveda: Winter Wellness Guide

Understanding what your body needs to stay feeling well throughout autumn and winter starts by observing the qualities of the season. It’s definitely cold, damp and just a little grey out there. These qualities can feel oppressive and weigh us down. Emotionally and...

Winter Spices for Cooking and Remedies

Winter Spices for Cooking and Remedies

Stock up with warning winter spices: garlic, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, black pepper, turmeric, cayenne and chilli. Find out more about how we can use them in food and in Ayurvedic cold and flu remedies.  We often suffer from coughs and colds throughout Autumn...

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Ashtanga Workshop this weekend. - mailchi.mp/b3babd1e23f3/join-us-for-the-kirtan-the-yoga-of-sound-friday-26th-april-7-8pm-2686599 Have you been thinking of trying Ashtanga Yoga?

Take time to explore the Primary Series under the expert guidance from Anita.

Ashtanga Yoga is a dynamic practice, which not only develops strength and flexibility in the physical body, but develops focus, and concentration. Through a regular practice, you will discover the meditative benefits of this practice through synchronising the movements with the breath. Building internal heat helps purify the body and sweating offers a pathway for toxins to leave the body.
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