“The purpose of Yoga is to connect to mySelf and to others, open-heartedly.” – Dani

Since the world has changed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus I have moved all my yoga classes online. These are live classes and I set a max limit to attendees so that I can see each one of you. These online classes are a beautiful way to connect with one another through our yoga practice. 

Yoga Classes, How to Book & Prices 

You can join me for weekly yoga classes in my virtual online studio. Go to our online booking system to see all our class timetable with a short class description. Always feel free to get in touch with Dani if you want to discuss which class is right for you. You can email [email protected]

Online classes are £9 each 

Charity: With each class you book you make a donation to a charity that we choose together at our classes. £2 per class is being donated to a different charity each week. So far, we have raised 100’s of pounds for the London Soup Kitchen and contributed to meals served to our fantastic NHS workers.

To book – Please click on your chosen class, workshop or course and follow directions to payment. Please contact Dani directly if your cancellation is unavoidable and we will try to fit you in another day.

What to expect – Once we shut the studio door (which is currently your bedroom or living room perhaps) and we leave this busy world outside, we have time to focus on our breath, our every move. We will strengthen and soften our bodies whilst quieting our minds and I will do my best to guide you through your practice safely

Retreats: I love hosting 2-3 retreats every year. Sometimes I team up with amazing colleagues, sometimes I host them on my own. Please contact me for more information as I don’t always get a chance to update the blog with the latest information. You can also try over on the events page for more info. Thank you

Note:  If this is your first class, please arrive a few minutes early into our virtual chat room so we can have a chat about any injuries or medical conditions you may have.

To me finding the yoga practice that suits YOU is like discovering your favourite cup of tea. It’s a bit like Earl Grey or PG tips! There are many different schools of yoga and so many teachers interpreting these in their own ways.

What I love most about yoga is that it is a journey. A journey through your body and mind and I will be a student of life and yoga forever. Every time I step on my mat I bring a beginners mind. Yoga has opened many doors for me. I currently take an accredited MBSR mindfulness course as I am fascinated by the effectiveness of mindfulness in everyday life. I am also really into breath work and have been on a discovery journey myself. This has allowed me to experience and tap into areas in my body and mind that I never thought possible of exploring.

My yoga is a journey: When my mother in law ushered me to my first class I had already finished chemotherapy, but I was still waiting for my hair to grow back. So I wore a hat over my wig, and I was constantly worried it would all slip off my head! Can you imagine how not- relaxed I was in downward dog! I wore socks as I had lost all my toenails during my treatment and was so conscious about exposing my feet, that my first few classes were a very slippy affair.

And no, I did not fall in love with it immediately. But for some reason, and thanks to my fantastic teacher, I kept going back, week after week & today I love it so much I want to stand on my head everywhere I go!

My physical yoga practice has slowly started to rebuild my ‚house‘. I grew stronger, more flexible which in return gave me confidence.

But it is mentally that my yoga practice has really made a difference. Every time I step on my mat I become aware that it is the ‚here and now‘, the present moment that really counts. All my worries about the future of my health are really an illusion. It has not happened, besides there are no guarantees either way. And I cannot change all the things that have already happened, these belong to the past. So what I’m left with is the NOW and that NOW is so important. It counts! So let’s grab it and let’s make the most of it! Join me on the mat!


“Daniela Binnington- Nessmann is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance Professionals. This accreditation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance Professionals.”

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