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Monday - Friday: 10am - 6.30pm
Saturday: 10am - 6pm
Sunday: 12pm - 6pm
Christmas opening hours:
Christmas eve: 9am - 4pm
Christmas Day: Closed
Boxing Day: Closed
New Years Eve: 10am - 5pm
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Sweaty Betty Hampstead
35 Heath Street
020 7794 2914
- Located just a brisk walk from the Heath is our Hampstead boutique. A hub of sporting activity, this is the perfect place to put your Sweaty Betty workout clothes to the test.
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Core belief #5 ‘practise what we preach’. Call the Hampstead boutique (membership card in hand) to book a place at a free weekly workout.
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Ever since my first ballet lesson at three years old, I have loved movement. After years of classical training and dancing professionally, I became injured, so I decided to further my studies at University, where I adopted contemporary dance and took up yoga. In 1999, I journeyed to the spiritual home of Ashtanga – Mysore in India – where I spent three months immersing myself in yoga. I emerged with a sense that yoga was my personal and spiritual practice, eventually following that calling and training as a certified instructor in 2003. I’ve been teaching yoga ever since, and feel blessed to be able to connect with the beauty, grace and strength of my clients. My husband and I opened our own studio in 2013 – the Sadhaka Yoga Centre in Camden, where we combine our passions for spirituality, dance, arts, music and poetry, with yoga. I also work with yoga teachers, yoga teacher trainees and people in other healing fields to bring honesty, integrity, personality and joy to their work.
Power Song: Everything By Everything - Lauryn Hill
Personal Best: Enjoying my practice and feeling relaxed and healthy!
Favourite Yoga Pose: Headstand
Next Big Challenge: Running the studio, leading teacher training and keeping my own practice up is plenty challenge for me for a while!
Emily has been involved in fitness from an early age; her talent for dance won her a full scholarship to Elmhurst Ballet School aged 12. This led to her going on to study at degree level at the London Contemporary Dance School, where she gained her diploma in Performance and a BA (Hons) in Contemporary Dance in 2011. Since then, Emily has danced professionally both in the UK and in Europe. She has also appeared in fashion and music videos as well as working as a model. Currently teaching fitness classes across London, Emily combines her love of ballet and Pilates in her Barre classes; imbuing her students with the pose and grace of a dancer, but training the body to be strong and flexible too. She is based at Move Your Frame and The KIlinik Health and Fitness Studio which are both in Shoreditch, as well as Frame in Queens Park. She also teaches dance fitness and rebounding and is currently studying to be a yoga teacher.
Power Song: Otto Knows – Million Voices
Personal Best: Performing at the Copenhagen Opera House
Favourite Yoga Pose: Svarga Dvidasana (Bird of Paradise)
Next Big Challenge: Yoga teaching training course