Yoga Classes at the Natural History Museum

People doing yoga in the Museum

Join us for a series of yoga events for all levels at the Museum, hosted in collaboration with East of Eden.

Stretch out under a blue whale skeleton in the iconic Hintze Hall, or reach for the Moon under Luke Jerram's stunning artwork in the Jerwood Gallery.

Please bring your own yoga mat for these events. 

Slow Flow Yoga

21 October, 08.15-09.15, £25

Slow flow links movement, breath and sequence similarly to vinyasa flow, however here, everything is slowed right down. Open to everyone, including complete beginners. Entry is via the entrance on Queens Gate.

After the class, you can enjoy an exclusive free visit to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition. 

People doing yoga

Hintze Hall Yoga: Vinyasa Flow - sold out

3 November, 08.00-09.15, £28

Before the Museum opens its doors for the day, join us under Hintze Hall's magnificent blue whale skeleton for an experience weaving breathwork with movement and sound.

Open to everyone, including complete beginners. Entry is via the main entrance on Cromwell Road.

After the class, you can enjoy an exclusive free visit to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

People doing yoga

New Moon: Dynamic Vinyasa - sold out

26 November, 18.30-19.30, £21

Dynamic vinyasa flow links movement, breath and sequence. Classes are usually based around Sun salutations and are fast-moving. You'll get the chance to try some challenging poses but there will always be other options and you can rest when you need.

Open to anyone with some previous yoga experience. Entry is via the entrance on Queens Gate.

New Moon: Vinyasa Flow

26 November, 20.00-21.00, £21

Dynamic vinyasa flow links movement, breath and sequence. Classes are usually based around Sun salutations and are fast-moving. You'll get the chance to try some challenging poses but there will always be other options and you can rest when you need.

Open to anyone with some previous yoga experience. Entry is via the entrance on Queens Gate.

Hintze Hall Yoga: Vinyasa Flow

19 January, 08.00-09.15, £28

Before the Museum opens its doors for the day, join us under Hintze Hall's magnificent blue whale skeleton for an experience weaving breathwork with movement and sound.

Open to everyone, including complete beginners. Entry is via the main entrance on Cromwell Road.

After the class, you can enjoy an exclusive free visit to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

Hintze Hall Yoga: Vinyasa Flow

29 March, 08.00-09.15, £28

Before the Museum opens its doors for the day, join us under Hintze Hall's magnificent blue whale skeleton for an experience weaving breathwork with movement and sound.

Open to everyone, including complete beginners. Entry is via the main entrance on Cromwell Road.

After the class, you can enjoy an exclusive free visit to the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition.

Important information

Please bring your own yoga mat for this event. This event is for those aged 18 and over.

Entry for yoga in Hintze Hall is via the main entrance on Cromwell Road. Entry to yoga under the Moon is via the entrance on Queens Gate.

Bookings are required. No refunds will be given.

The event will begin promptly and we cannot allow entry more than 15 minutes after the scheduled start time.

A free ticket for a carer accompanying a guest with a disability can be requested on +44 (0)20 7942 5000, Monday to Friday, 9.30-17.30, subject to availability. 

It is your responsibility to determine, through obtaining appropriate medical advice, that you are fit and well to take part in the event. Before commencing any exercise regime, you should consult your doctor.

Guests who are pregnant must advise the teacher and be aware that if they are in the first trimester, they may not be able to take the class. This is entirely at the individual teacher’s discretion. If the teacher agrees to you participating in class, this is at your own risk.

Please note that photography and filming may take place during this event and these images may be used for Museum marketing purposes. If you have any concerns about being photographed, please speak to a member of staff at the event.

You may change your booking to an alternative date as long as you inform us at least 30 days before the date of your original booking. Alternative dates are subject to availability and must take place within one year of your original booking. A £5 administration will be charged for each changed ticket.

The Museum reserves the right to make any necessary changes to the event as required, such as adjusting the locations, timings or content of the activities. This is to ensure that we deliver a safe and excellent experience for all guests at all times.

Visitors must bring a print out of their booking confirmation or collect a printed ticket at the information desk well in advance of the event time.

The event will begin promptly. We cannot allow you to join the event after it has commenced and no refunds will be given to latecomers.

Members can purchase discounted tickets to this event. Please note this discount is not available to non-Members who may be accompanying you. Please bring your Membership card with you to the event.

For access to exclusive discounted Member ticket prices, contact our Membership team on +44 (0)207 942 5792 from 9.00-17.00, Monday to Friday.

Ticket prices are subject to change.

Got a question? Call us on +44 (0)20 7942 5000, Monday to Friday, 9.30 - 17.30 or email us at any time.

What is Museum of the Moon?

Museum of the Moon is a touring artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram. See it for yourself in the Jerwood Gallery until 5 January 2020. Free