The Iyengar Yoga Studio

The Iyengar Yoga Studio has been a centre for yoga in East Finchley since it was opened on 1 January 2007 by teachers Patsy Sparksman, Gene Wilcox and Wendy Sykes. Classes are conducted in a building designed by award winning architect Dean Hawkes and dedicated to Iyengar yoga.

The studio offers classes to suit all levels of experience, as well as therapy classes and a session for younger people aged 13-18. Mats and other equipment are supplied, so there is no need to bring your own.


Classes at the Studio will resume when the current crisis is past, meanwhile we are offering a reduced timetable of online classes. To find out about these, please email us at


The Iyengar Yoga Studio is an Affiliated Centre of the Iyengar Yoga Association UK and every teacher is a fully certified Association member. For more details about teachers at the Studio click here.

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A reduced timetable of online classes is available mainly for students of the Studio. If you normally attend our classes but have not been contacted by your teacher, please get in touch on If you are a newcomer, please contact us at the same email address to arrange a chat.

The following classes are running:

  • Monday 9.30am (General with Patsy)
  • Monday 6.00pm (General with Kate)
  • Monday 8.00pm (Beginners with Gene)
  • Tuesday 9.30am (General and beginners with Wendy)
  • Tuesday 11.00am (Therapy with Patsy)
  • Tuesday 6.15pm (Beginners with Gene)
  • Tuesday 8.00pm (General with Wendy)
  • Wednesday 9.30am (Gentle/general and beginners Wendy for Fran)
  • Wednesday 11.00am (Intermediate with Patsy)
  • Thursday 9.30am (General with Tessa)
  • Thursday 11.30am (Gentle/post therapy with Tessa)
  • Thursday 6.15 (Beginners and general with Nita)
  • Friday 9.30am (General with Patsy)
  • Saturday 9.30am (General with Wendy)
  • Saturday 11.30am (Beginners with Wendy)
  • Sunday 10.00am (Sunday class with Gene)

Disclaimer: Please note that students taking online classes assume responsibility for any risks injuries or damages known or unknown which they may incur as a result.