3A, Montgomery Street Lane
Telephone: +44 (0)131 556 9526
When calling, please clearly spell your name and take time to recite your telephone number and we will get back to you. We do not have reception, so sometimes it might take a couple of days. E-mailing is the best way to contact us.
How to find us
Yoga Stable is in Montgomery Street Lane, located just off Montgomery Street.
We are a very short walk from the top of Leith Walk and Leopold Place / London Road, which is close to the city centre and serviced by buses:
7, 14, 10, 12, 16, 22, 25, 49 (Leith Walk / Elm Row)
1, 4, 5, 15, 19, 26, 34, 44 (London Road)
For bus timetables and service updates, refer to Lothian Buses.
There is a taxi rank five minutes away, by the Playhouse Theatre and on street parking is available in the surrounding streets for just 70p per hour.
Some of our yoga classes are held at Gathering Essence: 10A Broughton Street Lane (look out for the white shutters). Please feel free to contact us by phone or e-mail if you would like more information.
At Yoga Stable we can offer Studio Hire. We have a versatile studio space which is draped in natural daylight and can be lit brightly. Measuring 25m square, with wooden flooring and under-floor heating, there is an assortment of yoga equipment, including yoga blocks, bricks, belts, bolsters and ropes, in addition we have blankets and chairs. We also have a treatment room for hire, with a hydraulic therapy couch.
Our studio suits experienced practitioners working within the fields of mind & body, have an established client base and are looking for a space to practice small group work and/or individual sessions.
The studio has very good acoustics and light . It has also been used also by artists for photography; live music and acting rehearsals.
Please call or email us to discuss.
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