The rise of ‘noun’ yoga (e.g. dog yoga, goat yoga, beer yoga) is… fine. But if you’re after an upgrade to the 5,000-year-old practice that’s more of an everyday pursuit, you might want to try ChromaYoga. It combines light- and colour-therapy techniques, brain-stimulating soundscapes and bespoke natural scents to create an immersive, multi-sensory yoga experience. Founder Nina Ryner was disappointed by the lack of imagination and creativity on show in standard classes, so she set out to make her own, working with artists, perfumers and sound designers to create something unique but still recognisably yoga. Our personal favourite is Red, a strong, powerful, dynamic class based on the energy-giving properties of red light.