Welcome to the Yoga Life Studio. We are based in central Eastbourne, East Sussex and provide an outstanding range of classes lead by qualified yoga teachers. We run classes 7 days a week for yoga enthusiasts of all standards. See the schedule for details.

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Eastbourne Yoga Show

Eastbourne Yoga Show

We are very excited to announce that the Yoga Life Studio will be hosting our first Eastbourne Yoga Show!! When?  13th June 2015 – all day long Where?   The Yoga Life Studio What will be happening?  Full day of exciting...
Yoga in Eastbourne

Yoga in Eastbourne

Based in central Eastbourne, East Sussex, we provide a wonderful location and an outstanding range of classes for yoga enthusiasts of all standards. Our studio, the beating heart of Yoga Life in Eastbourne, is also home to reiki, massage, Tai Chi, pilates and even drumming...
Pregnancy Yoga – For Mums To Be

Pregnancy Yoga – For Mums To Be

Every Thursday at 6.00pm

Pregnancy is a strange and beautiful time. Our prenatal yoga class is here to support you through it. While you get to grow an entire baby in your belly a lot of discomforts appear in the...


DATES: 1st - 8th April 2015 (Easter) & 16th - 23rd September 2015

Welcome to a yoga holiday with a difference! We invite you to live in harmony with the elements, a revitalising experience that will...


DATES: 2016

If want to visit India for a yoga holiday, you’ve found the perfect location. Take your time. Ease your mind. Nurture your soul. Reconnect with your strength and inner wisdom...
Yoga Holiday to Greece

Yoga Holiday to Greece

1st - 8th July 2015

Our Magical Yoga Holiday in Santorini, Greece is a popular destination for many. The wonderful heart warming people of Greece, the food and climate may make this one of our best locations on offer so far....
Yoga for Beginners

Yoga for Beginners

We have several classes for Beginners & Beyond, please check our timetable

A gentle introduction to world of yoga, these classes are ideal for beginners and operate on a drop in basis.
Postnatal Yoga

Postnatal Yoga

Every Tuesday at 11:15

Bring your baby and come to this supportive and relaxing class. Yoga is a wonderful way to look after yourself in the months after birth. It brings a sense of well being and equilibrium...
Yoga Holiday to Egypt

Yoga Holiday to Egypt

13th - 20th May 2015
25th November - 2nd December 2015
(Teacher Training immersion/completion)

Renowned for its warm weather all year round, you can escape the cold to this tranquil paradise. Whether you are new to yoga or a seasoned yogi,...
Latest blog posts
Posture of the month - Reversed Triangle

Posture of the month – Reversed Triangle

Parivrtta Trikonasana – Reversed triangle  Body position/posture type: Standing twist Technique: Begin standing in Tadasana. Turn the left leg out 45 degrees and step forward with the right leg. Keep the hips level and ground into the left heel. Push the back of the left knee open and lift the knee to thigh, drawing the energy of the back leg into your left hip and moving it forward. Activate the right leg in the same...
Wenche's Travel Blog - Tobago

Wenche’s Travel Blog – Tobago

The Caribbean beat of Soca and Reggae soon got into my blood stream arriving back in Tobago. Tobago is unique to the other Caribbean Islands, it is surrounded my the most breathtaking beaches, forests and water falls. It has one of the top 10 beaches in the world, English mans Bay, the most amazing rain forest, incredible bird life, a musical rhythm you cant help moving to and the most lade back people you may...

The Transition from the Piscean to the Aquarian Age

Every 72 years the earth shifts one degree. The precession of the equinoxes is a gradual shift in the orientation of the earth’s axis of rotation. 30 degrees of rotation takes us through one zodiac sign (30 x 72 = 2160 years). The age of Pisces started before the birth of Christ and ended, according to Yogi Bhajan on November 11 1991. The cusp period between the Piscean and the Aquarian Age was 20 years and...

Problems of the times By being born we are separated from soul our nature, our spiritual home. We are in fact born into a dying world and we have a deep hunger to heal this separation (which makes us feel empty) but first we have to pass through the time by crossing the ocean of life. This has been true throughout the ages and it is why religions are created (re-ligion = return to your...
Introducing our teachers - SIMON

Introducing our teachers – SIMON

My Yoga journey began for real, about three years ago although it had been something that I had wanted to explore for a very long time, life just kept getting in the way. So I found myself on my yoga mat at Yoga Life Studio while trying to heal having gone through a challenging time on my life journey. The result was incredible and virtually instant. The restorative benefits – physical, mental and spiritual were...
Posture of the month - Virabhadrasana III.

Posture of the month – Virabhadrasana III.

In Sanskrit terminology, “Virabhadra” means a brave warrior incarnation of Lord Shiva who wears a tiger’s skin and is described as having a thousand heads, a thousand eyes, and a thousand feet; wielding a thousand clubs . This yoga pose is the third variation of the Warrior Pose. Begin with Tadasana or the Mountain Pose, then bend your body and fold into Uttanasana, the deep, standing forward bend. While exhaling, move the left foot backwards...
Travelling Yogini

Travelling Yogini

I have now been back in the UK for a couple of weeks after some epic Yoga travels from the end of last year and started this year in Egypt then travelled to India and Sri Lanka. I have met amazing people from all over the world, dived into culture and embarked on a journey that is taking me deeper and beyond my imagination, personally and in my love for sharing Yoga. Life is full of...

The 5 Levels of Healing

 We are all on a journey of returning to our origin so whilst we have the distinct sense that we are moving forward in our lives, which in some sense we are, we are also completing a cycle of return. We are born into a dying world and we have a deep hunger to heal our sense of separation. This is what makes us feel empty. Not recognizing the emptiness as our longing to return we make it...
Introducing our teachers - KAREN

Introducing our teachers – KAREN

In 1999, I was searching for something that would calm my busy and creative mind when I went to my first Yoga class. In addition to feeling fantastic I realised I didn’t have to take any painkillers to ease the discomfort from a childhood injury. My weekly practise rapidly became twice a week and when time permitted, three times a week. In 2000 I was working at the BBC as a Production Manager in Documentaries...

The Yogic Process

The Yogic Process There are 3 processes in yoga and in life – Rejuvenation/Balance/Elimination In terms of our yogic practice this is what they mean and how they are engaged Rejuvenate, tonify or gather means bring new energy in, build up prana, engage the pingala (right side/masculine) and the raja guna (active aspect). This needs long deep breathing, inhalation and retention of inhale. Also breathe of fire (kapalabhati) which is both rejuvenating and eliminating/cleansing. Balancing...


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