Welcome back to the studio.

We've been counting down the days until we could get back to our favourite studios. Whether you love yoga, Pilates, spinning or lifting weights at your favourite gym class, we know you'll be as pleased as us to get back to some normality.

Here we share some of our favourite studios so you can make the most of getting back to breaking a sweat anywhere but on Zoom..

Boom Cycle

Who:

Spinning studios with a difference, Boom Cycle was born in Shoreditch in 2011 and was quickly followed by sites in Holborn, Hammersmith, Battersea and Monument.

Why you should go:

Fun, accessible and convenient, Boom Cycle’s vision is to empower and to be anything but exclusive. No pretentiousness; all positivity. You can find out more about Boom Cycle and their journey here...

What you should wear:

Loose clothing is best avoided for spinning, so try something close-fitting like our soft and supportive bamboo Flow with It yoga leggings or Karma Capri yoga pants.

TriYoga

Who:

Triyoga (the realisation of founder Jonathan Sattin’s dream to create the highest quality centres for true wellbeing) opened its doors in 2000. You can now find Triyoga studios in Soho, Chelsea, Camden, Shoreditch and Ealing.

Why you should go:

Offering a broad range of authentic styles, Triyoga’s ethos is about inspiring all people to lead healthier lives in whatever way they want.

What you should wear:

It depends on what practice you’re there for, but you can rest assured our collection of bamboo clothing has you covered whether it’s yoga, Pilates, barre or Gyrotonic.

APPI

Who:

APPI is an internationally renowned integrated Physio and Pilates service with welcoming clinics and studios, the best quality equipment and expert clinicians (and also the largest Pilates teaching institute for Physiotherapists in the UK, no biggie!). You can find them in Hampstead and Wimbledon.

Why you should go:

As APPI puts it: to help you reach your goals of better movement, health and wellbeing.

What you should wear:

Keep it streamlined so your physiotherapist/instructor can see your form. We love to wear our long-fit Radiance Racer, super-soft, supportive, and perfect for Pilates.

Body Control Pilates

Who:

Our friends over at Body Contol Pilates have been training Pilates teachers internationally since 1996.

Why you should go:

BCP run sessions ideal for those wanting an effective, more affordable Pilates workout. Two teachers who can tailor the exercises to suit your individual needs supervise and the full range of studio equipment is available.

What you should wear:

Give our Move With Leggings a go. Supremely comfortable and with a high waist they stay put whatever Pilates position you are in.

The Life Centre

Who:

The Life Centre is a retreat in the middle of the city. They provide yoga classes across a diverse range of styles and lineages in Notting Hill, Islington and Manchester.

Why you should go:

For simply excellent yoga classes, events and workshops.

What you should wear:

Your favourite yoga outfit! Discover our ethical yoga clothes here...

Fierce Grace

Who:

Fierce Grace is “a fresh look at classical yoga” with studios in the UK, Rome and New York.

Why you should go:

A unique blend of all yoga styles, HIIT, Pilates and slow strength to enable you to achieve strength and flexibility for both body and mind. FG studios also draw the most diverse crowds - a testament to their judgement-free ethos.

What you should wear:

Did we mention it’s hot yoga? Keep comfortable in something naturally breathable, like our Balance Bra Top. Did you know, our bamboo tops are antibacterial too?

Samsara Mind Body

Who:

Samsara is a Wellness Studio offering yoga and pilates classes, as well as a wide range of massage and beauty treatments, holistic therapies and Ayurveda.

Why you should go:

Go to soothe, relax and re-energise your mind, body and soul. 

What you should wear:

Comfort is key, try our buttery soft Be Grace Batwing for their signature candlelit yoga class.

Yoga and Pilates Teachers

We have to give a special mention to the yoga and Pilates teachers Asquith has had the honour of working with over lockdown. Here’s where you can find and support them as the world of yoga and Pilates reopens:

Eithne Bryan: Join Eithne for her uplifting yoga classes online and in person here.

Marcia Mercier: Join Marcia for group and 1:1 yoga classes from her Mill Hill based studio here.

Kate Godfrey: Join Kate in her online studio and for outdoor classes here.

Jazzi Craddock: Give Pilates a go with Jazzi at The Pilates Workshop, Harpenden.

Amanda Kemp: Go virtual via Zoom or Skype or join Amanda for Pilates in the East Sussex forest here.

Lorna Fisher: Get moving with Lorna's dynamic yoga classes here.

Sahir Ahmed-Evans: Join Sahir for Classic Pilates and fitness at SAE Pilates and Fitness in Cardiff.

All of our ethical activewear is as sustainable as possible. We think that knowing your clothes are gentle on both people and planet will help you feel all the more wonderful as you get back to your favourite studio. You can browse our range - created with yoga and Pilates in mind here.