A View from the Top: Jonathan Sattin, founder of Triyoga, on reinventing his life and career through yoga

Jonathan Sattin quit his law career to launch Triyoga in 2000 when yoga was an untouched market. What began a small start-up has now grown into a multi-studio operation offering hundreds of classes a week

Monday 11 February 2019 16:09
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Sattin says Triyoga's aim is to "give time and space to practice to anyone that comes through our doors"
Sattin says Triyoga's aim is to "give time and space to practice to anyone that comes through our doors"

The yoga industry is booming – there are now classes that even make use of laughing, sweltering temperatures... and goats.

In the UK, the pilates and yoga studio industry is worth an estimated £812m, supporting more than 4,000 business and employing nearly 16,000 people, according to a report last year.

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