If you’re a student or studied in Cape Town, you will be all too familiar with Rondebosch, Rondebosch East and Mowbray. UCT, the University of Cape Town, sits on the slopes of Devil’s Peak and can be easily seen from these nearby suburbs. Here you’ll find a hub of student life from all walks of life. From small cafes, take away joints, sidewalk flower sellers, student shopping requirements, innovative and small up and coming businesses as well as the world famous Groote Schuur Hospital.
Yoga in Rondebosch East is well known thanks to the Ananda Kutir Ashram, literally one of the first Yoga places started in Cape Town by Swami Parvathiananda and Mother Yogeshwari, commonly known as the Mothers of Yoga in Die Kaap. With their energy, vitality and love of Yoga, they have kept this ashram going for over 30 years now and have played a pivotal role in helping out in the neighbouring communities. You’ll find that most who trained to become Yoga teachers in the 1990s and 2000 studied at this ashram.
Yoga in Rondebosch
Erin Hall with Amber Land – Amber’s Hatha Yoga Cape Town
Hare Krishna Temple – Offers a Yoga class AND dinner afterwards every Tuesday and Thursday evening for only R 70-00 per person. Yes – for both the class and the generous portion of dinner! The food is made with Bhakti and all vegetarian. It is plentiful and delicious!!! Highly recommended by Juanita.
Yoga in Rondebosch East
Yoga in Mowbray
No classes at the moment.
Yours in Yoga,
Nina & Juanita.