“The view was breath-taking! You could see all of London from Battersea Power Station to Canary Wharf!” (Fashercise)

Soak up the beauty of London as you look out across the entire city from the most unlikely of places – a multi-storey car park in Peckham.

“…the venue – with its view and the juxtaposition of brightly-coloured yoga mats against the concrete car park floor, is incredible…” (Huffington Post)

Taking place amongst the artworks of the Bold Tendencies sculpture project, and adjacent to Frank’s Campari Bar, this was truly a unique yoga experience.

When the weather was fine we could bask in the sun up on the rooftop, but if there was a spot of rain we headed undercover, framing the amazing view through the car park’s brutalist architecture, or cosying up in the hidden hay and concrete auditorium.

“There was something very magical about doing yoga in a misty carpark in London, it was a truly special experience.” (Fashercise)

The response to Rooftop Yoga Peckham was amazing. People travelled from all over London, and beyond, to take some time out and practice yoga on the roof:

“…it really is an experience that I would wholeheartedly recommend – it’s refreshing and awakening in a completely different way to a usual yoga practice. Doing a sun salutation with the sun beating down on my back as I stretched up to the sky using the Shard in my eye-line to hold my balance, was so different to doing the same in a studio” (Duns on the Run)

Photos: Holly Whittaker