How to get there:
Arlington Baths Club is at the end of Arlington Street, west of Charing Cross, between Woodlands Road and Great Western Road. The nearest subway station is at St Georges Cross and the nearest railway station is Charing Cross. There are buses on Great Western Road and Woodlands Road. On street parking and bicycle locking facilities are available for all visitors.
Parking is free after 6.00pm on weekdays in nearby streets, Woodlands Gate and Park Quadrant, off Woodlands Road, 5 minutes walk from The Arlington Baths Club.
Yoga Mats and equipment:
- mats and blocks are provided at the studio, you may also bring your own mats and cotton mats.
- fresh clean towels are provided.
- Please wear comfortable clothing.
Arlington Baths membership offer:
For yoga and Breathing Bones practitioners The Arlington Baths are offering a discount on the current annual membership.
The Arlington Active promotion gives members of the group a promotional membership rate for the first 12 months club membership with £100 reduction on current annual membership, making a total of £520 a year payable by instalments.
For further information please contact Andrew McGilp at The Arlington Baths.
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and has a wealth of world-class museums and galleries; iconic architecture, amazing restaurants, stunning parks and gardens, fabulous shopping and incredibly friendly people!
Check out www.peoplemakeglasgow.com for lots of info on the city!
- Visit Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum – the jewel in the city’s cultural crown. Open seven days and admission free. https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums/venues/kelvingrove-art-gallery-and-museum
- Enjoy Zaha Hadid’s iconic designed Riverside Museum, which houses the city’s transport and travel collection. Open seven days and admission free https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/museums
- See the highland cattle in Pollok Park and visit Pollok House, Glasgow’s very own ‘Downton Abbey’. https://www.nts.org.uk/visit/places/pollok-house
- Step back to 1903 and have afternoon tea at the newly restored Mackintosh at the Willow on Sauchiehall Street. https://www.willowtearoomstrust.org/
- Find out more about the genius of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Glasgow born architect, artist and designer at: https://www.glasgowmackintosh.com/
- Walk around medieval Glasgow Cathedral and the stunning Necropolis.
- Here’s the link to some top tips for what to see and do: https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/trip-inspiration/
- Each of Glasgow’s neighbourhoods has its own distinctive vibe. See the following link and discover which appeal most to you! : https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/neighbourhoods
Vegan and/or vegetarian cafes close to the Arlington:
- Serenity Now, 380 Great Western Road – https://www.serenitynowcafe.com/
- In Bloom, Clarendon Street https://en-gb.facebook.com/glasgowinbloom/
City Centre/Merchant City
- Stereo, Renfield Lane – cool vegan bar and kitchen in a Charles Rennie Mackintosh Art Nouveau designed building https://www.stereocafebar.com/
- Mono, 12 Kings Court. Situated in Glasgow’s Merchant City and renowned for its relaxed atmosphere and quality food, it also has an in-house record store and regular live entertainment http://www.monocafebar.com/
- For suggestions on all types of food and drink, see also:https://peoplemakeglasgow.com/trip-inspiration/food-and-drink/