YOGA studio triyoga is the latest business to open at the Dickens Yard development in Ealing. It opens its doors on Saturday, November 25.

Triyoga will have three large studios offering more than 120 sessions a week.

Three treatments rooms provide a variety of therapies including massage, reflexology, osteopathy, acupuncture, Ayurvedic and pregnancy and healing treatments.

Jonathan Sattin, founder of triyoga, said: “My father was a documentary film maker and he had a library with lots of the old black and white films made at Ealing Studios that we would sit down and watch together.

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“Over the last few years, many of my friends have moved from West and Central London to Acton and Ealing and each time I visit the areas its vibrancy, history and immense sense of community have become more and more apparent. It made complete sense and felt natural to open in this area”.

Triyoga is the latest opening after a wave of commercial announcements by developers St George.

In September, it was announced that Dickens Yard will be home to Balans, a new restaurant from Soho, Tonkotsu, a Japanese Ramen bar and restaurant, Skinny Kitchen, the fitness-inspired clean eating restaurant, and Ealing Artisan, a new weekly food and craft market by Eat Me Drink Me.