29 High Street, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 5BY, GB
Grace initially found yoga when recovering from a knee injury. Her mum suggested she try a class to support her recovery, and she found the benefits not only improved her physical wellbeing, but her mental health as well.
Grace has been teaching yoga for four years now, and has been practicing for 10. Grace enjoys teaching energising and challenging vinyasa flow classes, but also loves to slow it down, teaching and attending restorative and yin classes.
Grace works as an assistant psychologist with children and young people, and has a specific interest in sharing the benefits of yoga to support social emotional learning and mental health.
Sylvie first started practicing yoga in her twenties and was amazed by its health giving and restorative qualities. She attended yoga classes on a casual basis for years for her own practice. After a bout of illness, she turned to yoga in a more meaningful way, to help rebuild her health and bring balance and harmony to her life. As Sylvie recovered, she felt compelled to learn more and enrolled in teacher training. She qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga and trained with Strala. Sylvie has had experience working with children, teens and adults; people from all walks of life and different backgrounds. Her passion is to make yoga accessible to as many people as possible, and help them bring the benefits of yoga into their lives, both on and off the mat.
Steffy has practiced yoga for 15 years alongside meditation and she turned to her practise more seriously after a couple of accidents in 2014 and she completed her Yoga Teacher Training 200hrs in 2018.
Hyper mobility brings her many challenges in her personal yoga practice and she hopes to help others with hyper mobility to gain more from their practice.
Steffy is very laid back, doesn’t get easily wound up, loves to laugh and play and fills her life with yoga, music, dancing and good healthy natural foods.
I have been a Sport and Muscular Injury Physio for over 10 years and have practiced Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga myself for nearly 4 years. I love how yoga has had a positive impact on me. Not just physically but also mentally too. That’s why I decided to become a Yoga Teacher.
I had surgery to my knee in September and yoga has helped me massively to get back moving again. It’s the perfect way to incorporate strength and flexibility work into my rehab programme. As like me once you get the yoga bug, you won’t turn back.
Becci is one of our teachers with an energetic and dynamic approach. She totally loves what yoga can bring to ones life and been practising yoga for over 13years and teaching since 2014. In her classes she likes to inject a bit humour to the classes whilst making sure all the postures are done in a correct and safe way so expect plenty of adjustments and advice on how to get the most potentiality out of your class.
Minna Scaife is the owner of the Hotpod Yoga Northwich studio. After falling in love with Hotpod Yoga she first decided to open her very own pod and then recently qualified as a Yoga Teacher herself. Minna has two young children has found Hotpod Yoga the best thing to finally tone and condition her body after having children. Since starting her yoga journey Minna has found first hand how yoga can really benefit you in more ways than one from better posture, improved sleep, increased energy levels and being able to relax easier and she is very keen to help all the customers to get the best out of their Hotpod Yoga journey.
Minna not only runs a small number of Hotpod Yoga classes herself but also runs practical workshops that are full of tips on how to improve your yoga practise and how to make sure you do all the postures with correctly. She is also available to provide private sessions in the Pod and can run exclusive workshops for local companies or any special interest groups who would like to learn more about yoga.