Hermione has been exploring Yoga in its many forms for over 15 years and views herself as lifelong student first and a teacher second. Completing her first Yoga teacher training with Yoga Campus in 2011, she went on to train with Jo Manuel at the Special Yoga Centre, Teaching Yoga to Children and Yoga Therapy for Children with Special Needs, as well as with Mollie McClelland Yoga/ Sadhaka Yoga, through the teacher mentor programme. In 2015 Hermione completed a 300hr training with Shiva Rea to become a certified Prana Vinyasa® teacher. Hermione also holds an Honours Degree in Religious Studies, studying Eastern traditions including Yoga, and was initiated in to the Himalayan Yoga Tradition (meditation and philosophy) in 2012. She is also trained in massage at both the London College of Massage and Mudita Thai Yoga Massage school. Hermione's classes build strong, creative, mindful sequences from the ground up - with full awareness of breath and feeling the body. She hopes to inspire others into a positive relationship with their body and mind, being less interested in fitting people into poses and more concerned with helping people fit into their own practice.
After university Maxine moved to London and began to feel drawn to a more holistic way of living. She began practicing meditation and mindfulness deepening her interest further towards yoga. Trained in Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Rocket, Yoga Nidra, Pranayama and Meditation Maxine has a deep knowledge in many traditional styles of yoga and continues to deepen her knowledge through her own practice. Her classes use traditional styles of teaching, always considering and cueing your individual alignment needs to make all postures accessible, with a strong focus on breath and intention. Maxine believes that learning to accept where you are both on and off the mat is the key to a more content life, and aims to give this to her students. Expect in her classes a depth of knowledge, with strong fun flows and high energy throughout.
Growing up as an elite acrobatic gymnast, Robyn always enjoyed being playful with movement and challenging the body. She taught gymnastics for over 10 years as well as studying anatomy and biomechanics. In 2013 she moved to Sydney Australia where she fell in love with the yoga practice. Living there for 3 years she studied Power Vinyasa amongst other styles. For her yoga has transformed her way of living, giving her ways to better deal with stress and live a more mindful happy life. Robyn’s teaching is strongly influenced by both her gymnastics experience and practice of Power and Dynamic Vinyasa and Yin styles. Expect her classes to be playful, unique intelligent sequencing, arm balancing and focused to have a specific feel in the body.
Katy is grateful to have studied with many wonderful teachers, including Bridget Woods-Kramer, with whom she is currently completing her Advanced Yoga Teacher and gains constant guidance. Katy teaches using the principles of Anusara Yoga, emphasising proper use of breath and alignment for a safe and playful practice. Katy's teaching inspires connection, creativity and playfulness so expect a dynamic class to take your practice deeper.
Like many yogis, Katy initially started practising as a means of exercise, and to find a place to escape the hustle and bustle of living in a busy city – but very quickly fell in love with the feelings of balance, strength and serenity yoga instils. Through her practice, Katy has learned to be more spiritually and emotionally in tune with herself, and the world around her…
“I take great pleasure facilitating this process of self-discovery to those I teach. My mantra to students is that ‘Yoga is a journey, not a race’… so enjoy the ride!”
Located in Berlin Lucie teaches workshops, trainings and retreats across the globe. As certified Yoga & AcroYoga teacher (Level 2) and passionate body worker she follows a playful approach that is deeply rooted in the yoga tradition. In her work she puts a lot of focus on healing and trusting togetherness where people of all age groups can unfold their potential. Lucie also co organizes the German AcroYoga Festival “German Kula Celebration”. Let’s fly high & dive deep!
My name is Luigi from Italy and I have been involved in the fitness industry since I was 18. I have a gymnast background and I was part of the Italian national team. I have a degree in sport science and I'm fully qualified to teach Pilates matwork, reformer cadillac and chair. I teach also high impact classes such as step, aerobics, cross fit and conditioning. I'm specialised in back injuries and I run my own business with my Body Mind and Control company. I believe that the key to be successful in my job is to believe in 3 important things: knowledge, passion and motivation.
Cathy Casey has been teaching “3 Principles Programs” to a wide range of people in many different environments throughout the world for the past 20 years. Cathy has implemented a Principle Based Resiliency Program in Santa Clara Valley Medical Centre, San Jose, California, one of the largest public hospitals in the United States. She has conducted training in Belgium, Israel, Finland, Norway and Russia. Persons wanting to advance their consulting/coaching careers also seek her out for her mentoring services. Catherine also has shared the principles to LGBT groups and individuals.
Fortune 500 Corporations, Medical Centres, State and County Government organisations, Adult and Juvenile Criminal Justice Systems (including San Quentin Prison), Law Enforcement, Educational Institutions (Elementary through College), Psychiatric Residential Facilities, and Addiction Treatment Programs.
Pete initially trained with Erich Schiffma at the Santa Barbara Yoga Institute before specializing as a Power Yoga teacher with Miami’s Fred Busch. Having taught in this style for over 8 years, Pete has built a reputation as one of London’s most in demand teachers. In addition to this, Pete has trained extensively with Dr Shrikrishna, one of India’ foremost authorities on breath control (pranayama), and now teaches pranayama on several teacher training programmes. His other passions are history and meditation. Pete is a presented Buddhist Zen teacher in training with Zen master Daizan Roshi and holds an advanced meditation teaching certificate with him. This has seen him teach meditation all over Europe to both corporate and private clients alike. Pete also runs the history and philosophy modules on a number of teacher training programmes in the city. Having studied modern history at Oxford and with the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies, Pete is now in the process of completing an MA in Buddhist Studies/Sanksrit and is beginning a PhD next year in Upanishadic literature.
Hi, my name is Bruce and I have actually experienced firsthand the myriad of benefits that yoga has in the body, mind, and heart. My heart and passion is in guiding students and I draw on inspiration from my studies, travels, and relationships. Yoga is a practice and a lifestyle for me, one that I, on one hand admit to struggle with everyday, and on the other continue to lean on for strength, clearing, and clarity.
Spending 6 years in Singapore, Bangkok, and Hong Kong teaching for Absolute Yoga and Pure Yoga, allowed me to practice with, and study under, some world-renowned teachers who helped me understand the body and its intelligence. My yoga educational background is in vinyasa, yin and therapy. As a result, my classes can be energising, calming, and healing. I strive to provide an environment where students feel safe, and at peace.
Shanine discovered yoga whilst backpacking around the globe. She practiced for 15 years before deciding to become a teacher to further share her passion. Shanine is a registered RYT500 Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance, having qualified in India in both traditional Ashtanga and Vinyasa styles of yoga. Shanine’s classes and energy as a teacher are very bubbly, relaxed and approachable. She uses her experience of her own practice to provide clear explanations and make yoga accessible to all levels of practitioners.
Trained in Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin yoga, Patricia loves to teach slow flow classes that allow her students to take a more mindful and meditative approach to their yoga practice. When she first stepped on a yoga mat in 2007, it didn’t take long before she began to experience the benefits of yoga — she found more peace and emotional stability, felt stronger in her body, and no longer felt the pain of chronic headaches. Yin yoga is her great love, and her passion is to help her students create a deep connection between their mind, body and soul through her classes.
Ozlem used to suffer from severe insomnia, and only found relief when she stepped onto her mat for the first time in 2010, in a Bikram yoga studio. It gave her a sense of calm and clarity, which enabled her to sleep. Needless to say, from that day she was hooked, and vowed to become a teacher, to help others and share the healing benefits of yoga. Ozlem started teaching in 2014 and has trained with Fierce Grace yoga, and at the Patanjali Yoga Institute in Rihiskesh, India, in Traditional Hatha yoga. Currently she practices a vast range of styles to influence and grow her teaching. During her classes she encourages students to dwell deeper into their practice, through refining the breath and focusing on alignment. She encourages practitioners to come out of their comfort zones and overcome their fears, by playing around with the edge of their poses, providing a sense of escapism and guiding students through their yoga journey.
Amanda found yoga whilst training and performing as a dancer. She found it challenging, but something about the practice clicked and she was instantly hooked. As an additional bonus, she found it to be a miracle cure for her assortment of dance injuries! Practicing with inspiring teachers, Amanda found a passion for the practice and quickly knew that she wanted to teach. She took the plunge and jumped both feet into teacher training with The Power Yoga Company. Amanda’s classes are dynamic and strong. She has an amazing way of simplifying the alignment cues to get you where you need to be easily and hold you there! Her classes are challenging, focusing on building strength and flexibility whilst creating a meditative flow with emphasis on the breath to really get you into your body.
As a Brazilian-American, I've always wanted to celebrate my culture with others. I've lived all over the world but Brazil is home for me; it has this unique energy about it where you feel more relaxed, welcome, confident and inspired.
It was in Brazil that I started my fitness journey. Like many women, I was extremely self-conscious about my body. At this time, strong was not the new skinny and curvy definitely wasn't acceptable. When I moved to Brazil for studies, I saw a different kind of female shape celebrated - women with curves. My idea of fitness and my own body completely changed. I began to work out because I enjoyed it and not because I'd "get fat" if I didn't. The result was getting into the best shape of my life and becoming much happier with my body and myself.
I created my company, Corpão Fitness, to share this fitness mind-set with others. My goal is to introduce you to a Brazilian, fitness lifestyle - to relax more, to laugh more and to enjoy more. My classes are challenging but they're also fun, sometimes silly and always welcoming.
Originally from a dance background, Emily trained in ballet and contemporary dance from a young age. When in Thailand in 2014 she first discovered her love for yoga and has carried a mat with her ever since. Emily has lived in Australia and China for the last 5 years drawing on the inspiration and adventure of experiencing different cultures that have shaped her and her teaching. Emily teaches mainly dynamic Vinyasa yoga classes but is also experienced with Yin, Pranayama and other styles. Viewing movement as an art her fluid, energetic and creative style shines through in her classes. Emily views yoga as a whole experience in the mind and body, a chance to stop and surrender, a pathway to rediscovering who we are again amid the rush of day to day life.
Hey, I’m Stephen. I teach inspiring, exciting, sweaty, challenging, educational, yoga around the world. My goal is to give you the courage and clarity so you can start living your OWN adventures.
In my classes, I use clear instructions and demonstrations to teach you how to skilfully refine your poses and how to improve your techniques. You’ll learn anatomy and alignment while developing mindfulness that you can use in yoga class and in the rest of your life. Come to your mat prepared to focus on form.
I am Yoga Alliance Registered (RYT 500, ERYT 200). I studied with Darren Rhodes and Christina Sell for my 200-Hour Teacher Training in Anusara yoga. I graduated from Noah Mazé’s YOGAMAZÉ 300-Hour Teacher Training in Los Angeles; Noah’s training is arguably the most effective, intensive teacher training in yoga. I regularly travel to London, Berlin, Helsinki, and Hong Kong to lead workshops, so you'll see me popping up at the yogaia studios all over the world.
Rick is a nutritional physiologist, as well as an anti-ageing and fitness nutritionist and has many year’s clinical experience in nutrition, naturopathy, botanical medicine and iridology. He specialises in anti-ageing food and fitness, beauty from within, natural sports medicine, obesity treatment, and weight management. Since relocating to the UK from Australia, Rick has made a name for himself as the resident Health and Fitness expert for Ideal World TV as well as working on media publications Woman & Home, Woman, Woman’s Own, Bella, British Mode, Vegetarian Living, Rude Health and Bodyfit.
He is the author of ‘Your Essential Anti-Ageing Food and Fitness Plan’, an easy to follow 12-week transformation guide. Rick is also the award winning nutritional formulator for Fushi Wellbeing and resident nutritionist for Xynergy Health. With many years of working one-to-one with patients Rick is gifted with providing nutritional based treatment options for many of today’s most common health and fitness concerns in a practical and accessible way.
Manuela is known for her precise asana alignment. Yoga is the best way to go on an inner journey to ourselves and to discover ourselves. Focus, love and joy should be found in the daily practice. Pain and injuries can be an opportunity to to get to know your own needs and possibilities. Through them we learn how we can overcome or incorporate our restrictions with the help of yoga therapy.
Nicole first found yoga in 2008 when she walked into her first Jivamukti Yoga™ class, not knowing what to expect. Although it was all new to her, she was intrigued and it felt like something resonated deep within her - she felt at home and was instantly hooked! Nicole is Swiss/Greek and believes that yoga can not only unite body and soul but also bridge different cultures and languages. Yoga for her has been life-changing as it helped her to overcome serious back and neck injuries she had sustained: From a snowboarding accident in the Swiss Alps, a boating accident on the Turkish coast, to a motorbike accident in Greece: she had been severely injured. She felt such a shift in her own body after each yoga practice that she then decided to do the Jivamukti Yoga™ teacher training in New York in 2011 - and never looked back since. Nicole has an extensive knowledge of traditional yoga styles, teaching all over London, in Switzerland, Greece & internationally; in English, German & French. In her classes expect lots of knowledge, purposeful flows and to be left refreshed, relaxed & with a smile on your face.
Angela is a London based Freelance Dancer, Teacher and Choreographer. With a passion for many different dance disciplines she is professionally trained in Ballet, Jazz, and Contemporary Dance, and uses her deep knowledge of these styles to teach a unique, energetic and fun form of Barre fitness training. Her background in dance gives her a great understanding of the anatomy of the body, how to both increase flexibility and strengthen whilst keeping classes fun. Expect high intensity, high energy and a fun workout in Angela’s classes.
With experience in the boxing ring, on ultra marathon routes, in martial arts dojos, in law school and with 9 years of having a yoga mat in hand, Adam (500RYT) brings a unique perspective to his yoga teaching.
Adam’s love of anatomy has lead him to specialise in Alignment Based Vinyasa Yoga, studying at an advanced level under Jason Crandell. Adam has also had the pleasure of studying intensively under Budokon Yoga Founder Cameron Shayne and renowned meditation teacher Michael Stone, both of whom have hugely inspired his current teaching method.
Adam’s creatively sequenced classes feature long holds, controlled yet dynamic movements, intelligent alignment, anatomical focus and deep exploration of depth in postures. Expect a focus on integrity in your postures rather than depth and mobility over flexibility.. They’re also dogma free! Adam seeks to remind all that an asana practice is a very subjective experience, and whether you are a yoga teacher or a yoga newbie, prepare to work hard as they’ll be plenty of options to challenge all.
Based in London, Adam teaches regular classes and workshops, along with international events and online yoga.
James fell in love with yoga when he discovered handstands were a posture. Following a couple of years of regular practice, he noticed he was less stressed, having less confrontations with difficult colleagues and less angry. Deciding this was something he wanted to understand more deeply, James gave up his career in music and travelled to Rishikesh to train as a yoga teacher. James teaches Akhanda yoga which means unity; Involving breath work, meditation and flows and postures with a single aim, to allow the reconnection to our true self; joyful, fearless, playful, expansive and present.
I'm a movement anatomy teacher, naturopath, yoga teacher, and founder of the ‘Anatomy Show’. Ever since being prescribed yoga and exercise to strengthen my spine as a child, I've been interested in movement and sports. Over the years my interest in movement has developed into specifically teaching yoga and the ‘Anatomy Show’ in many countries around the world since 2000. I have been teaching with more than 100 accredited Yoga Teacher Trainings and conducted numerous workshops on health topics including yoga, movement, posture, breath and therapies.
I've studied medicine, naturopathy, complementary medicine, nutrition, western herbal medicine, homeopathy and a range of therapeutic bodywork and postural alignment techniques in Germany and Australia.
My way of teaching places emphasis on the interaction of fascia with the muscles, bones, breath and the nervous system. I use practical postures and common actions to illustrate body functions in an easily comprehensible style. Passion is to inspire improved mobility and healthier lives.
I instruct yoga in a gentle manner and I hope to awaken the strength and creativity that resides in all of us. We always practice listening to our body and mind and respecting especially our spine. We aim for a state of deep lasting happiness.
In my teachings I use different tools of yoga and meditation as well as other insights, that I've learned during the past ten years, from courses taught by Jani Jaatinen, Paul Callaghan and A.G Mohan.
“When we are deeply in touch with our heart and when we are able to humbly clear ourselves ‘out of the way’ we may become a channel for the wisdom of sources of higher divine consciousness.”
A German-born yoga lover, travel enthusiast and mother living in London since 1997. Franzi is a +200-hr Yoga Alliance certified yoga teacher and has practiced yoga for over a decade all over the globe. Over the years she has explored many different styles of yoga with her teaching heavily influenced by the Ashtanga practice. Franzi mainly teaches flowing Vinyasa classes, which link movement and breath in imaginative, sometimes challenging and always fun sequences. Balancing the energy of dynamic movement with the stillness of a moving meditation. Franzi strongly believes in the power of yoga to lead a more balanced and fulfilling life and the subsequent growth and relief that yoga can bring, on a mental, emotional and physical level.
Charlie began practicing yoga in her early 20s, alongside studying various healing modalities. As her yoga practice evolved, it became a fundamental part of solving her inner puzzle. She journeyed to Northern India and trained with Sivananda Yoga Vedanta in traditional Hatha yoga practices and her practice of yoga and meditation continued to evolve as she qualified to teach Yin yoga, Restorative yoga and Yoga for Children and Teens. Charlie thrives on expanding her knowledge and surrounding herself with inspiring teachers to enhance her own practice and teaching. As a size 14 yoga body, Charlie believes it’s important to enable and inspire her students to find their own expression of the postures while working safely within their unique body. Passionate that yoga is for everybody, Charlie ensures all of her classes are inclusive and motivating for all shapes & ages.
Michael grew up in France and now lives in London working as a professional personal trainer and nutritionist. He is passionate about Pilates, and keeping healthy, also teaching aerobics, conditioning and circuit training. He has deep knowledge of working with the body to build core strength and stability as well as relax and rejuvenate the body through stretching. In his classes he focuses on building core strength, working your back, abdominal and pelvic muscles, to strengthen without adding bulk, increasing your flexibility and agility, whilst toning. Michael's teaching style is very dynamic and fun, and he has a great uplifting energy while delivering a strong workout, so expect to sweat!
Craig has dedicated his life to studying various forms of meditation, yoga, chanting and other spiritual practices. He is trained in various forms of yoga including Ashtanga, Sivananda, Iyengar, Satyananda, and Forrest to name a few. He has a great love for the traditional and continues his study of Sanskrit and also Vedic chanting in London and India. Craig teaches a practice that challenges, uplifts and heals by allowing us to explore the playing field that is our own body and mind. Being able to see ourselves in a light, humorous way and flirt with our edges allows us to learn about and grow from the relationship we have with ourselves. It is his intention to give people the opportunity to experience the healing effects of yoga so they can create change in themselves and live with empowerment and confidence.
Rishin grew up in India and although weekly yoga classes were held at his school, it wasn't until several years later when recovering from a shoulder injury that he followed his physiotherapists advice and began practicing. Rishin completed 200hr yoga teacher training with Dylan Ayaloo and Craig Norris at Hot Power Yoga, and left a career in banking, to also open his own food business. Rishin holds a Yoga Sport Science qualification and also draws on influences from many inspirational teachers whom he has practiced with. He teaches dynamic Vinyasa flow connecting breath and movement and his personal experience with injury makes him aware of adapting the practice to all student’s abilities and needs. Expect fun grounding flows to build strength and leave you refreshed.
Susanne is a certified Yoga teacher with more than 1200 hrs experience of qualified Teacher Trainings, Workshops and Intensives in Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga (YOGAMAZÉ, Anusara, Ashtanga). Yoga to her is meditation in motion. Practicing postures moves the mind into an even state and the body into health. A healthy body is the best vehicle for a healthy mind and an uprising spirit.
GingerYoga is Susanne’s strong version of Power Vinyasa Flow. Her classes are strong and knowledgeable, linking breath and movement through an intelligent sequence of sun salutations and postures.
Functional Yoga and Yoga for Athletes is another target focus of Susanne’s yoga classes. Here she combines classical yoga poses with Pilates core moves and functional movement elements to hit target areas like core stability, hip movement and shoulder mobility.
Rosemarie has been practicing yoga for approximately 20 years and teaching for 15 years. Since her first class in the early 90's she has been hooked. Training in 1999 at the Sivananda Vedanta Centre in Kerala India and then completing further training with the British Wheel of Yoga (BWY 500 hrs). Rosemarie continues to expand her knowledge through her own personal practice, workshops, immersions and is very grateful for her teachers and their continued influence on her practice and teaching. Rosemarie is passionate about using the combination of breath and posture to build strength, gracefulness and agility as well as impact the energy of the body. Bringing an ease to the mind as well as body. In Rosemarie’s classes expect creative, rhythmic and expressive sequence to get you sweating while creating space in the body and mind.
Will trained with Yogahaven in Morocco and teaches classes throughout London including hot yoga, vinyasa flow and restorative. Will discovered yoga while training as an Actor and used it in his career in movement and physical theatre. Will’s yoga adventures have taken him to Bali and India to learn yoga and the study of Ayurveda. He is the co-founder of YogaBox London along with Chris Baugh which is a workout using the disciplines of boxing, yoga and mindfulness. Will continues to study and continue his professional development with senior teachers in the UK/USA. This year it was announced Will Wheeler is the yoga ambassador for the new lululemon Athletica flagship store on Regent Street. Will runs yoga retreats, he teaches events and classes. Will loves to bring a sense of fun and playfulness to classes, which are strong, upbeat and lively.
Lisa started practicing Yoga in 2011 to lose weight, and found doing so made her more relaxed and feel more in tune with what really mattered. She made the decision to quit her job and complete the Bikram training course to become a Yoga instructor. She then went on to complete the Fierce Grace Yoga Alliance training in 2014 and continues to explore various practises such as Vinyasa, Yin, Restorative and Nidra. Yoga started Lisa’s journey to learning to respect her body and love herself, finding that true happiness can only be found within. Clean eating and a wide range of exercise such as resistance weight training and boxing are now an important part of her lifestyle influencing her teaching.