Restoring balance in the

mind and body

Welcome to Yoga With Loreta! I am a yoga teacher in Calders Wharf (Isle of Dogs), Canary Wharf, Island Gardens, London & online, offering private & open classes over Zoom & in person

About Yoga with Loreta

My name is Loreta Keburyte and I have practiced yoga for 16 years and love helping others reconnect with themselves through a mixture of yogic breathing (Pranayama), meditation, and yoga poses (asana). Although specialising in mindfulness and Pranayama, I also teach flowing yoga (Vinyasa) for whole body workout. I adapt sessions to suit your needs, giving you a friendly, relaxing space to quieten your mind, connect inwards, restore your energy flow, and improve flexibility, mobility and balance. Let’s work towards feeling healthier and more peaceful together!

If you are looking for a yoga teacher in Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, Island Gardens, London and online, get in touch with me to book your first session.

My Approach

I have been a yoga teacher in Canary Wharf, Isle of Dogs, and Island Gardens, London for eight years, practicing a holistic approach that revolves around mindfulness, relaxation, and helping people learn proper breathing through targeted pranayama (leading to increased oxygen amount to the body which is crucial in order to stay healthy) as well as become stronger and more flexible through practicing asanas (physical yoga poses). By focusing on breathing and restoring a sense of inner balance, I help people let go, clear their mind, and gain greater flexibility and mobility, along with improved posture and strength.

Read more about me…

My career has always been related to health. In Lithuania, where I am originally from, I was an editor for a holistic health magazine, and after that I worked for a British health company. But it was my interest in holistic therapies that set me on the path to yoga. After holistic massage helped cure my long lasting shoulder pain, I was so amazed by this that I decided to train as a holistic therapist and set up a part-time business. Soon after, I discovered yoga and Pilates and realised that yoga is like self-massage. At this point – 16 years ago – I started to develop my regular diligent yoga practice, inspired by many great teachers and learning from many styles: Hatha, Iyengar, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin Yoga.

  • I hold Level 3 Diploma in Hatha Yoga with Yoga Professionals (Sujatha Menon and Conrad Paul) and CYQ,
  • 500hr IYN certification (Registered Independent Yoga teacher),
  • Yoga and Stress Management with Swami Jyotirmayananda,
  • Yoga Therapy (including Meditation and Yoga Nidra) with Doug Keller,
  • Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater,
  • The Art of Vinyasa with Richard Freeman,
  • Yin Yoga with Norman Blair,
  • Pranayama with Judith Lasater and Lizzie Lasater,
  • Mindfulness with Tara Brach and Jack Kornfield.

My first Vinyasa teacher was David Lefebvre Sell, who gave me a big love to this stye of yoga. Also I am grateful to Amanda Wright and Angelika Grohmann for inspiring and teaching me Yin Yoga and Meditation.

In addition, I hold an ITEC Diploma in Holistic Massage, a Postgraduate Diploma in Aroma-Stress, and Certificates of Professional Training in Ayurvedic Therapies, Reflexology, Stress Relief Massage and Reiki.

I always bring this varied knowledge and Ayurvedic holistic approach into my yoga teaching. I teach Hatha Flow, Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative Yoga, Pranayama (breathing techniques) and Meditation. Excessive training and practice allows me to create my own style. I invite my students to connect their mind and body through the breath and to practice awareness and mindfulness, to feel their energy flow. I share my experience and knowledge with passion, thoughtfulness and empathy.

Yoga is the answer to all my questions, and my main cure physically and emotionally. I am amazed how yoga philosophy and psychology reflects the human condition, how they relate to our daily lives and simple activities.

Yoga always helped me through the difficult times of my life. It has saved me from the back pain and helped to deal with severe stress. I have gained a lot of physical strength and flexibility as well as inner peace, calmness and optimism. I learned to live in the present moment and enjoy it. I wish everyone found the great path of Yoga!


Online Classes

If you are from outside London, or simply cannot make it to in person sessions I offer a number of live online streamed classes throughout the week that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. You can also access recordings of all classes as an extra or separately if you cannot make a session.

Visit my Online Yoga Studio page to learn more.

In Person Classes

Many of us really missed in person yoga. We will practice together from the spacious river side studio in the Isle of Dogs.

I don’t just offer classes to groups; one-to-one sessions are available as well and can be personalised to your exact preferences.

Visit my In-Person Private and Open Classes page for more information.

Why do Yoga?

Yoga has the power to positively change all aspects of our lives. Anyone can practice yoga, and it is never too late to start! Regular yoga sessions, including breathing techniques and meditation, will help you feel stronger in the body and mind, more peaceful, providing the perfect platform for a healthier, happier lifestyle. My yoga classes can help you:

Destress, relax, calm and uplift the mind

Boost energy levels and immunity

Let go, connect inwards, be present

Strengthen and tone muscles

Improve posture and flexibility

Build stamina, endurance

Improve focus, concentration and balance

Induce healthy eating and better sleep

Release muscle tension in the body

Soothe the back pain

Read more about Yoga…

The word yoga comes from the Sanskrit (an ancient Indic language) Yuj meaning to yoke, join or unite. It is the union of all aspects of an individual: body, mind and soul. Traditionally, yoga is a method of joining the individual self with the Divine, Cosmic Consciousness or Universal Spirit. The roots of yoga can be traced back roughly 5000 years. Originally, yoga was passed on as an oral tradition through a lineage of gurus and disciples working closely together to preserve the sacred teachings.

Yoga is a science, art, philosophy and physical system which leads to health in the body, peace in the mind, joy in the heart and liberation of the soul.

Yoga is not a religion or renunciation. It does not demand that one is a vegetarian, should give up smoking, drinking alcohol and so on, although for obvious benefits these are suggested to prevent disease and maintain good health and peace of mind. Yoga incorporates physical exercises, relaxation, breathing and energy components, along with awareness of the self, physically, mentally and spirituality. When practice yoga regularly, amazing thing happens: you naturally want to start eating healthier, to drop your bad habits, and such.

Swami Vishnu-Devananda, the author of “The Hatha Yoga Pradipika”, one of the main scriptures of Hatha Yoga, puts it simply: the five points of yoga are:

  1. Proper exercise – Asana
  2. Proper breathing – Pranayama
  3. Proper relaxation – Savasana
  4. Proper diet – vegetarian/ non processed
  5. Positive thinking and meditation

These days people take yoga classes to learn all about the various techniques of asanas, pranayama, and meditation. But yoga is more than that. Yoga is a way of life. How to live yoga even when you are not doing asanas, pranayama, and meditation? How to practice yoga in the grocery store? How to live like a yogi with your family, in your workplace, when you are stuck in traffic?

Yoga is an eight-fold path (8 Limbs of Yoga, Ashtanga) Asana is one part, Pranayama is another, meditation is still another. Two other aspects of this path are called Yama and Niyama. These are the rules for life. By following these moral, ethical, and spiritual guidelines, one’s entire life becomes yoga.

In general, Yama is exercising restraint over our lower, baser, animal-like instincts; for instance, overcoming greed, lust, anger, and envy, and definitely never acting based on these impulses. Niyama can be seen as the embrace of higher, spiritual, humane values, such as being generous and selfless, cultivating devotion, compassion, loyalty, and humility. The concepts of Yama and Niyama can be summed up as, “Do good and be good”, – These moral and ethical principles, these laws of the Universe affect us whether we believe in them or not. (Puya Swammji)

Yoga Styles

There are many different styles of yoga all over the world today. Most of the popular styles stem from Hatha yoga. In Sanskrit, the ancient text of India, Ha means sun and Tha means moon, and is often translated as forceful or physical. Various yoga schools teach different approaches. It often depends on a class teacher’s interpretation as well. Below are short descriptions of yoga styles I teach. 

Hatha Flow

The classes are based on the classical Hatha Yoga postures being linked together by the breath. You will get the benefits of strength, stamina, flexibility and relaxation and have an opportunity to learn breathing, meditation and relaxation techniques. It is Yang style: active, forceful. 

Vinyasa Flow

Similar to Hatha Flow but more dynamic. A class starts with warming up, a standing sequence, moving in and out of the posture with the breath, followed by some mat work, and finishes up with the guided relaxation. The same benefits as Hatha Flow but feels more like workout. 

Yin Yoga

Mostly seated and lying poses are being held for 3-10 minutes allowing to open the body through passive stretching. This slow meditative healing practise gently stretches the connective tissues while also toning, lengthening the muscles and quieting the mind. At the deeper level Yin Yoga nourishes and gently stimulates meridians – energy channels in the body (nadis in Indian system). They are related to particular organs and emotional states. This style is especially suitable for people who want a relaxing, healing class and who want to work more on flexibility.

Restorative Yoga

It is total relaxation in lying poses using lots of props: blankets, cushions, bolsters, blocks.

Yoga Nidra 

Is a state of conscious complete relaxation induced by a guided meditation, practiced in a lying position. It provides a relief for stress, depression and anxiety, it’s a total physical rest, helps to get a better sleep.

Most of my classes are suitable for beginners. If you have an injury or health condition, speak to your doctor and let me know before taking a class. 


  • do not eat for 2 hours before a class. 
  • Wear comfortable clothes that does not restrict movements.

Some Quotes  

  • The success of yoga does not lie in the ability to perform postures but in how it positively changes the way we live our life and our relationships. – TKV Desikachar 

  • Yoga is creation. – TKV Desikachar 

  • Happiness – is liking what you get, not getting what you want. – Judith Lasater

  • Nothing is good or bad but thinking makes it so. – Shakespeare 

  • Yoga is delicious. – Richard Freeman

  • Doesn’t matter that we are spinning off, what matters – that we are coming back – over and over again. – Judith Lasater

Recommended books and websites 

  • A Year of Living Your Yoga – Judith Hanson Lasater

  • Breath by Breath, The Liberating Practice of Insight Meditation – Larry Rosenberg 

  • Brightening Our Inner Skies. Yin and Yoga Norman Blair

  • Comfortable with Uncertainty Pema Chödrön

  • Heal Your Body – Louise L. Hay

  • Light on Life – B.K.S. Iyengar

  • Light on Pranayama – B.K.S. Iyengar

  • The Heart of Yoga – T.K.V. Desikachar

  • Theories of Chakras – Hiroshi Motoyama

  • The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali

  • The Power – Rhonda Byrne

  • The Power of Now – Eckhart Tolle

  • Yoga Myths – Judith Hanson Lasater

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