Welcome to the digital home of London based yogi Divya Kohli. Here you will find Divya’s teaching and offerings that include and go beyond the physical postures and movements of yoga to touch all layers of the whole being: our inner life and how we are in the world . Divya’s decades of training, practice and continued study infuse meditation, pranayama and the deep roots of the ancient art and science of yoga into her classes and courses. Come look around..



Online Yoga with Divya


Monday Hatha Yoga  6.30 – 7.30pm   book here
Monday Meditation 8 – 8.30pm book here
Thursday Yin Yoga 7 – 8pm book here
Sunday Restorative Yoga – 6.30 – 7.30pm book here

Yoga with Divya classes online, hosted on the Yogaloft platform. All times GMT /UK time

When you click on ‘book here’ (above), scroll to the day and date you wish to attend, then press where it says ‘Book’.




Wellbeing Course

Mindful Midlife Course

The Mindful Midlife
live 3 week course

Saturdays 30th January; 6th February; 13th February
4.30 – 6pm.
Live course online.

The Mindful Midlife is a three week course, live (online, since we are still in lockdown) especially created to offer you the space, guidance and container to meet what is going for you if you are in the stage of midlife, and, to create a helpful foundation for your wellbeing as you navigate this period of your life.

Rather than something to get through, midlife can be a very rich deepening of our understanding of our needs, life and how we would like to experience the years and time to come.

Full course info + booking


New Year's Day Meditation 2021

New Year’s Day Meditation 2021

Friday 1st January 5-6pm uk time


Live Guided Meditation Gathering (online)

An hour to mark and usher in the new year with quiet meditation and reflection.

Full programme and booking: click here



Yoga Event

The Magic of Savasana

The Magic of Savasana

experience the most restorative posture of them all


Saturday 21st November: 3 – 5pm gmt

Live Online Practice

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New Book

calm, practical guidance
to manage anxiety, overwhelm,
distraction or loneliness
by Divya Kohli
Watkins Publishing


Finding Peace in Difficult Times meets the widespread and growing need in our busy modern lives for strategies to manage attention and to be able to live life on your own terms. The ebook shows how we can create deep reserves of resilience for the challenging times we are currently in.

About Divya


Divya Kohli is a senior level (500hr International Yoga Alliance accredited) yoga teacher, and a regular yoga and meditation practitioner since 2000, Divya’s classes are based on classical Hatha Yoga practice and philosophy. Meditation and breathing techniques are included in each session.

Inspiration is drawn from eastern sources as well as modern psychological thought. She has experienced the strong discipline of eastern yoga and meditation teacher training, been inspired by great practitioners teaching here in the West, and worked her way through a series of foundation, intermediate and advance teaching courses.

She teaches with the bigger picture in mind: we’re doing Yoga so that we can find and experience an optimal state of being, and we are sitting in Meditation to help us navigate the ebbs and flows of life in a way that serves us authentically and the wider community we live in.

Divya’s Full Bio

Private Yoga Tuition

Private Yoga Tuition with Divya in London

Private Classes With Divya

If you feel a calling to go deeper into your personal practice perhaps a private lesson with Divya is right for you.

Classes can be conducted in your home, or a room/studio hired in a mutually convenient locality.

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Latest Blog Entry

3 Steps to Managing Difficulty

I’m usually weary of articles headed “X number of steps to…”, and you certainly get enough of them, not just all over social media and adverts on websites, but in the yoga world too. If only it were that straightforward to lose weight/find your soul mate/increase your wealth/do a handstand/change your life. Either the “steps”…

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“Our bodies are our gardens, to which our wills are our gardeners.”

–William Shakespeare

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