But life moves on and whilst the world begins to learn how to live with Coronavirus, the good folk of Glasgow are keeping their spirits up.
One great way to stay positive and retain a sense of normality in life, is Yoga. There are plenty of Yoga events happening across Glasgow which will help reduce stress, and keep you strong in body and mind.
The Kali Collective
Vinyasa Yoga in the Heart of Glasgow. A Glasgow city centre yoga studio dedicated to Celebrating Radical Authenticity through the teachings of the Hindu Goddess Kali. The The Kali Collective's core value is to guide others towards their own unique wisdom through the vessel of yoga.
Since lockdown Yoga Healing have taken their beautiful, west-end yoga studio into the safety of people's homes to bring you inspirational live streamed classes in Yoga, Meditation, Pranayama and Yoga Nidra. With over 100 live-streamed classes a month to choose from, seven days a week, there is so much to love, with the freedom of dropping into longer classes. With over 40 years of yoga teaching experience all you need is a yoga mat, a wifi connection, a device. All online classes are done through Zoom.
Move, breathe & feel with Studio 70 – in studio and online. Studio 70 are a welcoming yoga studio based in Glasgow’s Southside. Offering in studio and live online yoga classes including beginners yoga, pilates classes, workshops, courses & more. Experience the tranquility of the Studio 70 studio from your own home with live online classes. Feel free to share your video if you want to feel like a part of a class, or turn off your camera if you prefer privacy. It’s totally up to you.
Hope Studio are ready to help you slow down, unwind & restore balance. A city centre yoga and wellness studio with an emphasis on inclusivity and diversity. It’s never too late to begin or re-ignite your yoga journey. Currently, all of Hope Studio's classes are online so you can enjoy them from the safety and comfort of your own home. A place for you to pause and slow down, away from the rest of your life. Hope Studio create an atmosphere that encourages the mind to switch off or slow down. They believe the essence of a yoga practice is less about what the body looks like, and more about what it feels like.