10am - 11.30am
dalston roof park, 18 ashwin street, e8 3dl
From May until September come and join us at our new Rooftop Yoga Picnic every Sunday morning at Dalston Roof Park.
Each week will be hosted by a different Secret Yoga Club teacher for an hour long yoga session in this secret little rooftop hotspot.
After class you're invited to sit down to enjoy a delicious breakfast picnic cooked by one of our talented Secret Yoga Club chefs.
In the case of bad weather - we will be able to move the class to a beautiful bright space just downstairs from the rooftop so you won't miss out if the heavens open!
Having initially graduated with a Physics degree Katarina then trained as an actress in London, it was at this time that she realised how invaluable yoga was in keeping her physically and mentally on point.
Discovering the strong and very yang style of Rocket yoga in London was the practice that got her hooked. She credits practicing ballet for over 10 years as bringing a graceful element to her yoga.
Katarina went to the Andaman Islands in India and explored the lighter practice of Sivananda yoga. She returned to India a year later to complete her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Ashtanga Vinyasa and Rocket with The Yoga People, who themselves were taught by Larry Schultz the pioneer of Rocket yoga. She then went on to complete her 100hr advanced Rocket teacher training in Thailand with them.
She practices a mixture of Dynamic vinyasa as well as Dharma Yoga, which she takes influences from in her classes.
Katarina has just beed to India to complete another 100hrs of advanced teacher training in Mandala and Shamanism with The Yoga People.
Katarina is a 400hr, Yoga Alliance approved, Registered Yoga Teacher.
dalston roof park
Nestled amongst Hackney’s Victorian buildings and overlooking London’s skyscrapers, Dalston’s only rooftop garden is an opportunity to relax, eat, drink, dance and see the London landscape differently.
Framed by the city skyline, our rooftop oasis transforms what was once forgotten space into a traditional English Garden, plushly turfed and brimming with herbs, hops and flowers to be put to good use in this year’s food and drink offerings.
Inspired by Robert Hammond’s New York High Line, the DRP began as a collection of allotments cared for by a group of local volunteer gardeners, with a pop-up bar and a programme curated by a team of Bootstrap staff and tenants who organised music and film nights they would like to attend themselves.