Unit F, Livingstone Way, Taunton, Somerset, TA2 6BD, GB
Imogen is an Ashtanga Yoga practitioner and professional contemporary dancer, who has worked with many artists and choreographers throughout the UK and Europe. She feels so grateful to have this daily practice that has transformed her as an artist and a person. Her intention is to be a channel for yoga, to share the tools she has learnt, to heal and help others along their journey of life.
Amy has been teaching fitness, ballet, aerial and yoga class for the last 10 years and has run a successful studio for most of that time.
Amy has a huge passion for dance and the aerial arts, although her true love lies in teaching, coaching and educating others. She is also a biomechanics coach and personal trainer and is a specialist with injuries and flexibility. Amy is also a master trainer at Xpert, which takes her all over the globe to make new instructors in the aerial world. Amy is also a competitive pole dancer and has achieved a number of titles over the years. Amy loves sharing her passion for yoga and is an especially big fan of hot yoga and became a hot yoga instructor in 2012.
Changing scenery from busy city life to Somerset’s lush green pastures altered Lena’s perspective on life and that’s when yoga found a place. Having benefitted from many years of yoga she realised how much she would like to share this amazing philosphy with others, and so completed her yoga teacher training. Yoga truly is for everyone, that’s why Lena enjoys teaching people with injuries and complete beginners to help improve quality of their life. She also teaches advanced classes to people who would like to deepen their practice and find new routes on their yoga path. There is a place on the mat for everyone whether it is for health benefits, physical improvements in flexibility and tone, mindfulness or spiritual depth. Mind and body are integrated in the overall holistic nature of yoga practice, enabling a deeper connection to your true nature and place in the world.
Yoga has been my saving grace for me since the first day I started. I wish to bring a fun, energetic and strong practice to all my classes.
Stephen has been practising yoga for four years between his military career in the parachute regiment along with high-intensity sports for his hobbies, he enjoys Crossfit, strength training and endurance workouts and believes hot yoga has had a massive impact on his training – helping his body recovery not just physically but mentally. He recently qualified as a Vinyasa Yoga teacher in March and he wants to share his experience and help people achieve the physical and mental benefits he has gained through his yoga experience.