“Quite simply brilliant. Better than good wine.” Dr Alice Eldridge
“Jim is the most genuine, light-hearted and profound teacher I've ever had the pleasure to meet. He somehow talks directly to your muscle tissue, calling your whole Self into focus when you're not looking. And he manages to be brilliantly funny in the process.”
One of London’s leading yoga teachers, Anna’s teaching benefits beginners and senior yogis alike.
Anna is an exceptional teacher with over two decades of teaching experience. Her accessible and methodical approach incorporates precise instruction for healthy alignment and intelligent sequencing with the deeper teachings of yoga in a modern context.
A natural communicator and warrior for truth Naomi is an inspiring teacher.
Naomi is an exceptional teacher. Her dynamic and original classes emphasise a natural fluidity of movement without compromising on alignment. Within her expert guidance and encouragement the power of yoga as a tool for liberation is revealed.
Jonelle beautifully embodies her own motto ‘Be brave, be fierce, be free’.
Jonelle’s classes are edgy and fun and full of life. They are also filled with heart and soul. Jonelle moves us to “accept ourselves as we are in this moment, as we peel back layers to get in touch with our true divine selves.” She does this beautifully.
Sarah’s motto “Stillness in Motion” perfectly encapsulates her teaching.
Sarah’s approach of intelligent anatomical-based sequencing encourages all levels of practitioners to turn the auto pilot off and tap into the here and now. At the heart of her teaching is self-exploration, humour and compassion.
Matt teaches a mindful approach to vinyasa yoga with warmth, kindness and humour.
Matt teaches a slow-flowing style of vinyasa yoga with a friendly down-to-earth approach. His classes are challenging, explorative and fun, encouraging students to cultivate a deep connection to body and breath and a greater sense of present moment awareness.
Brydie’s teaching is all about taking you “Out of the automatic - into the somatic”
Brydie’s teaching is nourishing, nurturing and sublime. With a dedicated practice spanning 20 years and various disciplines, and 8 years of teaching yoga internationally, Brydie is known for leading joyful, creative classes in a deep, very slow flowing style that gives students space to listen and respond to their bodies’ needs.
Khadine's beautiful teaching is calming and focused with attention to the breath.
With nearly two decades of teaching experience, continued self-study and a deep embodiment of the core principles of yoga, Khadine teaches straight from the heart with clarity, humility and warmth, supporting students to use the tools of authentic yoga for modern life.
Rebecca’s classes are joyful, playful and dynamic. Be prepared to sweat and smile
With a background in dance and movement Rebecca came to yoga to find some strength and flexibility and immediately became hooked. She found herself becoming stronger physically and mentally and truly enjoyed who she was on the mat.
Christina teaches a mindful, breath-centred, slow and fluid form of flow yoga.
“Moving slowly and steadily, we engage more of our senses and physicality, and by practicing with precision and awareness in this way we can experience more balance and connection within ourselves.” Known for her warm and inclusive style, her retreats are a delicious dive into a deeper awareness.
Laura teaches ashtanga-style yoga in a way that is soft and supporting.
Drawing on a wealth of knowledge, her tailored approach allows students to move at their own pace, building strength and stamina at a speed that each individual is comfortable with. In Laura's classes, yoga is always a pleasure and never a chore.
Pragmatic, wise and highly experienced, Lisa is a truly exceptional teacher.
Lisa is quite simply one of the best teachers we have ever encountered. With 25 years of experience teaching yoga and bodywork, Lisa delivers an empirical down-to-earth instruction underpinned by her own impressive insight garnered from decades of personal study and practice.