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Meadowlark is so named because of its location at the Southern border of the Meadows, in the heart of Edinburgh, Scotland. As a concept, our community is built around the pursuit of health through Yoga, mindful eating, sensible therapeutic interventions, and going outdoors for enjoyment.
Meadowlark is set up as a not-for-profit organisation, so we invest everything in the gradual improvement of our infrastructure and people in order to provide the highest standards to our clients and fellow practitioners.
Meadowlark Healthy for Sport Holistic Therapy Clinic has a wide range of offerings to help you feel great and perform at your best. Tess Capper is our in house Sports Nutritionist and tells us about […]
Our story begins and continues with friends and allies who have supported us along the way. Teamwork makes the dream work! #gratitude
Meadowlark is a charitable organisation designed to make Yoga and healthy living concepts accessible to the community. Meadowlark is devoted to the following charitable purposes:
Providing affordable access to a safe space for Yoga practice for all members of the community regardless of age, fitness level, cultural background, financial position, or educational experience.
Maintaining a stable working environment for Yoga teachers and offering access to continuous professional development via its partners and affiliates.
Offering sponsorship to community clubs, teams, and organisations in the form of vouchers for Yoga classes which are available through an application process.
Reaching out with support to individuals who are unable to practice asana or whose physical activities are limited through disability.
All levels welcome.
Start withYoga,orbook a sessionwith one of our sports doctors to assess your condition first.
“Yearning is a part of the beginning of anybody’s practice. You have to yearn to grow. You can’t want it one day, but not the next, and expect to make any real progress. You have to begin with some steady, inner hunger.”