13-19 Croxted Road, Unit 3, London, London, SE21 8SZ, GB
Our Dulwich studio is located in West Dulwich, on Croxted Road. The nearest train station is West Dulwich.
Drew has practised yoga for the last five years as a recovery tool for a busy sports schedule – he’s a passionate long distance runner and regularly plays five-a-side football. Having taken a break from working in the music industry last year, he took the plunge in joining Hotpod’s intensive teacher training course. He’s excited to teach classes that will both be a physical work-out and a chance to explore the many effects yoga can have mentally.
Lindsey hails from Canada and when she’s not flowing with you in the Pod, she can be found at the theatre or wrapped around a cuppa. As a new teacher to HPY, Lindsey cannot wait to be part of this beautiful community.
Nataliya had her first meeting with yoga in early 2000 as part of a recovery program in her elite orienteering career. Practising yoga on and off helped her heal her body and she soon realised that she wanted to share this amazing practice with others. In 2016 Nataliya trained as a Hot Power Yoga teacher. Her passion is to bring health and well-being through yoga, in balanced and fun way. Despite a sport background, she loves yoga being a non-competitive activity available for everyone – no matter their age, fitness level or shape.
Lucie initially came to yoga when suffering with mental health issues. Having worked in the fashion industry for six years, she left due to having no work-life balance and feeling exhausted. Yoga helped her to escape the stressful working environment, allowing her to feel balanced and present. She hopes her classes help students to get out of their heads and bring awareness to their bodies thus enabling them to move intuitively, whether it’s challenging themselves to push through or taking a step back and moving more slowly and gently.
Natalia started practising yoga as a way to heal her injured knees and find balance when working in a high-pressure job in tech. She now teaches yoga in several London locations and is keen to help others discover its physical and emotional benefits. Natalia completed her 250-hour yoga training with Fierce Grace in 2018. When she isn’t teaching or practising yoga, she’ll probably be found behind the lens of her camera!
Chloé has been practising yoga for several years and completed her 200-hour Teacher Training with Hotpod in 2019. She is passionate about introducing yoga to beginners and making her classes as enjoyable and accessible as possible to people of all abilities. She also loves teaching children and exploring new, creative ways to bring yoga and mindfulness into daily life.
The last few years have been transformative for Matt; physically, mentally and spiritually. Yoga is the constant golden thread through this and an important part of daily life. The journey inspired Matt to attend yoga teaching with Hot Pod early in 2019. As a massage therapist and yoga teacher, he loves helping people to reconnect their body and mind whilst building resilience to the ups and downs of life. Expect vibrant flows and a chance to lush out.
Geri has a background in gymnastics, which led her to explore yoga. She has been practicing yoga for over 6 years. She wanted to take her yoga practice to the next level and decided to do a 200 hours Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training with HotPod Yoga. Geri brings playfulness to her classes that allows adults to relax and enjoy yoga. Her yoga practice is light hearted, whilst also teaching people to learn and develop their body and mind.
Originally from Dublin, Sarah moved to London after receiving her BA in Musical Theatre. Sarah was introduced to yoga during drama school, where she fell in love with the practice and realised how it helped her reconnected to herself during times of stress. Sarah believes absolutely everyone can reap the benefits of yoga practice and so she focuses on making classes relatable, relevant and enjoyable while keeping the greater tradition at heart.
Ana Maria, originally from the wild windswept West coast of Ireland, is a yogi, traveller, barefoot runner and massage therapist. In 2013 she completed her training and began teaching yoga in Guatemala and has since made her home in London teaching yoga here since 2015. She believes that strengthening the mind-body connection through yoga is the ultimate healing system for bringing good health and wellbeing.
Through all of life’s chaos and challenges, yoga is a place Jamie finds he can always come to when in need of grounding and stillness of the mind. He has been practicing for nearly a decade now and has found a new love in assisting others in discovering their personal path to this accent discipline. He specialises in vinyasa flow yoga with a strong emphasis on the breath and often talks about breathing techniques that can help reduce our levels of stress and anxiety. It doesn’t matter if you can’t touch your toes, Yoga is so much more than that and is for absolutely everyone. Jamie particularly likes working with beginners and will use language and instruction that is simple to follow making you feel very comfortable and in safe hands.
Following her training as a professional dancer, Hannah completed her Yoga Teacher Training in 2012 after falling in love with the diversity of the practise. Hannah encourages her students to explore both the physical and mental benefits of the practise, to work in the way which feels right for them.