9 Of The Best Meditation Suites In London

London isn’t exactly peaceful, you’re met with frantic rush hours and lively crowds throughout the year. On the surface, the city exudes a caffeine-fueled energy rather than a relaxed and serene one. And, given most Londoners’ hectic lifestyles, it’s easy to see how this can leave you frazzled.

Discover inner peace and positive thinking by practising meditation at London’s best wellness destinations.

According to Mind, one in every four people in the UK suffers from mental health problems each year, with depression and anxiety being the most common.

As well as seeking medical attention, there are now a variety of alternative therapies readily available in the capital, as London’s holistic offering has expanded in recent years. Nowadays, it is necessary to address the underlying cause rather than just focusing on the symptoms.

Meditation can help you dig deep to the core of your anxiety and stress. Rather than simply relaxing and escaping from life’s messy surroundings, becoming mindful is thought to relax and calm the brain, as well as address stressors and improve focus, clarity, and even sleep.

We’ve compiled a list of the best wellness destinations in London to help you discover your inner zen, from mindfulness and dynamic meditation, free meditation courses all the way to floating.. Discover which is best for you.

Mindfulness Meditation:

House Of Wisdom 

House of Wisdom seeks to empower the body and mind through talks and workshops, with the goal of assisting visitors in “deconstructing limiting beliefs and reconnecting with their inner power.” Classes are available in a variety of disciplines, including movement (including three types of yoga, tai chi, and capoeira) as well as mindfulness, breathing, and relaxation. The alchemic crystal bowls produce powerful tones which resonate deep within the body. The frequencies of the sounds slow the brainwaves, inducing a dreamlike state that allows you to go on an inner journey where your sense of time fades and you are left to simply be.

Address: 350 Euston Rd, London NW1 3JN

Pricing: £11 to £200 

DeRose Meditation 

Offering a spiritual and conceptual approach to enhancing your overall health and quality of life. DeRose Meditation holds classes in the heart of Soho, focusing on improving all aspects of wellness in the mind and body. Respiratory exercises, meditation, concentration, stress management, and physical positions are among the techniques employed. The sessions are based on ancient practises and techniques that will assist you in excelling mentally and physically while achieving your goals. DeRose offers trial classes and taster sessions, as well as providing group and private classes, workshops, courses, and professional teaching tutoring.

Address: 1 Ramillies Place, Soho, London W1F 7LE

Pricing: £29 to £95

Dynamic Meditation:

The Refinery

Located just off Well Street in Hackney, The Refinery is an all-around wellness hub that offers yoga in all of its forms, as well as pilates and barre. The kundalini yoga classes here focus on dynamic breathing techniques and mantra chanting, whereas the yin yoga classes focus on deep stretches, similar to its restorative style, which incorporates blankets and bolsters (basically, pillows) to facilitate a nap. There are vinyasa and ashtanga classes that are linked by movement in tandem with breath for those who wish for more powerful classes. We love the Gong meditation classes, to help heal your resting nervous system and bring an intense sense of well-being and balance of energies.

Address: 14 Collent St, London E9 6SG

Pricing: £8 to £150

Lunchtime Meditation:

Inner Space 

Inner Space is a meditation and personal growth centre that has locations in Templeton House and Covent Garden. The team here offers regular meditation and mindfulness courses and seminars, but they are best known for their free meditation classes. The 30-minute lunchtime and evening meditations are the most popular among Barbican workers. Their space has even earned the moniker ‘London’s oasis of calm and insight’ – a haven for busy business people looking to de-stress in a very open and relaxed setting.

Address: 36 Short’s Gardens, London WC2H 9AB

Pricing: Free Of Charge 

Sound Meditation:

Re:Mind Studio

London Victoria, is one of the busiest transport hubs in the capital and calm is not a word that comes to mind when thinking of it. Re:Mind, is a meditation studio, located in Eccleston Yards, just a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle. Inside, you’re greeted by a table adorned with crystals, palo santo, and grounding sprays, and you’re invited to sip some loose-leaf tea before heading upstairs for an hour of introspection. This studio, which has up to seven classes per day, specialises in sound meditation, crystal bowls, turning forks, breath work, and reiki healing.

Address: 25A Eccleston Pl, London SW1W 9NF

Pricing: £30 to £630 


London’s first drop-in meditation studio without a teacher, Inhere was founded with the intention of providing everyone with the opportunity to develop a healthy relationship with their mind. This entails providing people with the opportunity, time, and space to tune out the noise of everyday life. Custom-built meditation pods provide such a space. Within these pods, you can select from seven different guided modules, which are delivered through recordings of soothing soundscapes and instructional audio tracks. Sessions last between five and thirty minutes and are scheduled throughout the day.

Address: 36 St Mary at Hill, London EC3R

Pricing: £7

Free Meditation Courses:


This studio is the best for complete newcomers, with a four-week group course consisting of one-hour weekly classes at one of seven London locations. Obby has free sessions which teach the fundamentals of mindfulness and meditation, as well as how to sit in silence and stillness. They teach simple poses and breathing techniques, emphasising the importance of centering the body before delving into the inner workings of the mind. Finally, participants will have the skills and resources they need to continue practising meditation and mindfulness at home, gradually incorporating it into daily routines.

Address: Classes Are Spread Across Multiple Locations In London 

Pricing: Free of Charge – Onwards

Float Meditation:


Floatworks has an impressive resume, having been founded in 1993 and growing to become the largest float pod operator in the UK today.. Floatworks takes pride in its passionate and knowledgeable staff, known as ‘Float Guides,’ its peaceful and welcoming environment, and the communities that have grown up around each location. Isolation pods are intended to eliminate all external distractions, allowing you to enter a deep meditative state. It’s designed to cause intense sensory deprivation: you lie in a closed pod in complete darkness and silence, floating in water laced with Epsom salts to aid buoyancy. The advantages are numerous, including stress relief, anxiety reduction, and pain relief. It’s intensely relaxing, and without stimulation, your mind wanders, which can even be hallucinatory.


Vauxhall: 17b St George Wharf, Vauxhall, London, SW8 2LE

Angel: 21 Essex Road, The Angel, London, N1 2SA

Pricing: £55 to £340 

yue float

yue float is a wellness centre committed to providing you with experiences that restore, recharge, and rejuvenate you. They assist you in improving your defences against overstimulation, demands, and stresses of daily life, allowing you to live life to the fullest. They provide four different types of meditation: Floating, Sauna, Light, and Massage. The ajna light meditation is a one-of-a-kind experience that will take your meditation to previously unexplored heights. The ajna light activates the pineal gland, allowing you to see vivid colours and kaleidoscopic patterns for a completely unique and immersive experience.

Address: Unit A, Trafalgar House, Juniper Drive, London SW18 1GY

Pricing: £90 to £170

yue float

We hope you enjoyed this list, if you’re overwhelmed by all the different types of meditations.. Don’t be, try out the simpler classes first like mindfulness and breath meditation; then slowly work your way up to sound or light meditation. If you really want to go all out, floating is a completely ethereal experience to knock straight out of the ballpark.