Chris Miller

Personal Fitness Coaching and Yoga Tuition

 -Evidence Based - Goal Driven - Holistic - Fun -




Weekly Yoga Schedule


My mixed level classes combine an alignment based Vinyasa Flow practice with Buddhist principles of mindfulness and compassion. Expect to work hard, get sweaty, unwind, learn more about yoga and have some fun.


18.15 (1 hour) - Vinyasa Flow Houses of Parliament Gym 

This class is for parliamentary staff / pass-holders only - book in advance!


17.30 (75 mins) - Triyoga Shoreditch - Yoga for Sports

Learn how yoga can improve performance and reduce injury;
poses and sequences chosen to create better alignment, stretch muscles, develop strength, stability, increased awareness and focus. We learn to utilise the breath for increased efficiency and mindfulness in training.

Yoga for sport can act as a physical 'post it note' by learning more about our bodies we can decide to pay increased attention to our discoveries away from the mat - reminding ourselves to roll, book that massage, or spend more time stretching or strengthening specific muscle groups.


19.30 (75 mins) - Triyoga Camden - Yoga for Sports


11.00 (1 hour) Triyoga Camden - Yoga for Sports

13.00 (75 mins) Ace Hotel - 7th Floor - Ace Yoga Club

Book in advance by clicking HERE

If you are interested in having me come to your gym, home or workplace for group or individual yoga tuition get in touch - I'll be happy to hear from you!

I studied my 500 hr Yoga Teacher Training with Cyndi Lee - the first female Western yoga teacher to fully integrate yoga asana and Tibetan Buddhism in her practice and teaching. I get to further my studies and practice with Cyndi a few times a year, she is totally awesome.

Founder of NYC’s OM yoga Center (1998-2012) she now teaches workshops and teacher trainings worldwide, including at her new studio, Yoga Goodness Studio in Lynchburg, Virgina. Author of the yoga classic, Yoga Body Buddha Mind, her newest book is the The New York Times critically acclaimed May I Be Happy: A Memoir of Love, Yoga and Changing My Mind