Black Lives Matter

It’s been a remarkable week seeing the world come together and stand in solidarity for Black Lives Matter. We at Sadhana are deeply upset about the racial injustices that have been brought to light over the past week, but we are determined and committed to play our part going forward.

We want to voice our support for this movement and reassure you that equality, diversity and inclusivity is, and has always been, engrained in Sadhana’s core values. We are committed to educating our team and community on the injustice and racial privilege being experienced around the world, and will continue to reflect, listen, share and learn so that positive change is always at the forefront of the wellness industry and the issue of racism is never forgotten.

In the spirit of community, kindness and love, we will be offering the below classes for free. Please join us and help create more awareness, peace and love within ourselves so we can continue to share it with others.

Pilates, 19th June, 7am, Bridget
Jivamukti, 28th June, 12:45 pm, Aleksei
Full body blitz, 4th July, 9am, James
Bikram, 6th July, 10:45am, Beth
Yin, 17th July, 7pm, Sharky
Vinyasa Dynamic, 22nd July, 10am, Martin
Vinyasa Dynamic, 1st August, 12pm, Arianna
Sculpt, 7th August, 9am, Laura
Rocket, 16th August, 5:30pm Gemma

To join any of the classes above for free, please use the following link: 

Sacrée Frangine is a creative duo of artistic directors and illustrators composed of Célia Amroune and Aline Kpade. First of all childhood friends, it’s around a mint tea that they decide in 2016 to unite their love of graphics and colors around common projects.
The work of the Frangines is inspired by portraits, still lifes and feminine themes that explore the beauty of simple things and everyday life. They express themselves through minimalist compositions that focus on the harmony of shapes and colors, playing with large colored areas. Mixing figuration and abstraction, they share a light and aesthetic universe that revolves around positive values in which everyone can meet.


We hope you find the below resources helpful. Please check back for further updates.


Black Lives Matter (Global)

Stand Up to Racism (UK)

The Black Curriculum (UK)


Sandy and Nora Talk Politics 

Still Processing


About Race with Reni Eddo-Lodge


Show Racism the Red Card

Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust


Stop Hate


So You Want To Talk About Race by Ijeoma Oluo

They Can’t Kill Us All by Wesley Lowery

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race by Reni Eddo-Lodge

Queenie by Candice Carty-Williams


13th – Netflix

When They See Us – Netflix

Dear White People – Netflix

The Hate U Give – Youtube, Amazon and Google Play