yoga and barre studio | glasgow | scotland
I found The Kali Collective following a recommendation from my yoga teacher, who was moving out of Glasgow. I was so scared that, in losing my familiar teacher, I would never find a studio with teachers I loved, and lose my commitment to yoga - how wrong I was! Having attended classes at Kali since the studio opened, I can confirm that the teachers are, without exception, officially, amazeballs. Yoga studios are, in my experience, so variable in their atmosphere/approach. Some (not many) have left me feeling uncomfortable or out of place. I can’t think of a time when I’ve left The Kali Collective without feeling brillzo thrillzo.Steph and Jenny have, in The Kali Collective, created a true spirit of community in those who attend classes there. With sincerity and true passion for what they do, it’s easy to see how hard they have worked to establish their studio and create a programme of classes, courses and retreats that are as diverse as the students who attend them. From Yin to Power, and everywhere in between, they have something for everybody - and the classes are honestly excellent (I favour Vinyasa and Power Vinyasa) Every teacher I have worked with at Kali has promoted laughter and enjoyment in the practice of asana. Additionally, they have encouraged me to push out of my comfort zone and believe in my ability to constantly improve my practice - through asana, philosophy and self-study.If you’re thinking about trying yoga, and/or trying a class at The Kali Collective, stop thinking about it! Do it now - I promise you’ll find one reason to go, and a hundred more to go back.
A great oasis in Glasgow! Jenny & Steph have established a much needed studio in a city that’s searching for high quality yoga. Every instructor provides a unique experience, and the location near Anderston train station is perfect!
Caters to all abilities from beginner to more advanced practitioners, with a friendly and welcoming atmosphere. A variety of styles of yoga on offer (vinyasa, yin, power, forrest) mean there’s plenty to try out, and always something new to learn! Definitely worth trying out, has fast become my favourite place to practice!