Cardiff Central Sports & Community Club, Beignon Close, Cardiff, Wales, CF24 5HF, GB
Beth has been teaching yoga for three years. Her favourite part about teaching yoga is watching her pupils transform physically and mentally through their practice as she believes we practice yoga for what life throws at us when we leave class.
Gemma began practicing yoga 6 years ago for rehab from an ongoing injury and recently began teaching. Gemma teaches a fun, challenging class and wants to help others who are stuck in a rut like she was.
Sukina recently began teaching yoga and teaches with a particular emphasis on assists, adjusts and the use of alignment and sometimes aids with blocks or steps. Sukina comes from a dance background and wants to encourage students to use yoga as a tool for self-discovery and exploration.
Founder of Hotpod Yoga Cardiff, Liz began Hotpod Yoga Cardiff because she wanted everyone to have the benefit of a beautiful environment that draws you within and supports you whilst offering an exciting yet achievable sequence. Hotpod Yoga is so deliciously irrestisable that everyone can enjoy the benefits.
Eleri began teaching in 2013. Her classes are powerful, playful and heartfelt, deepening your practice and helping you toward feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced.
Aaron’s been teaching yoga for 16 years and has lead workshops worldwide with a particular focus on assists and adjustments. He leads a seamless vinyasa flow class, with sensible queues, lots of helpful adjustments to leave you feeling renewed whilst working towards your edges.
Scarlett has been teaching for 5 years and has assisted teacher trainings internationally. Approaching yoga from a dance background also recovering from several operations has given Scarlett a clear picture of the benefits of yoga. Scarlett teachers giving plenty of verbal queues in a lighthearted bubbly manner.
RaeAimee has been teaching for 4 years after years of swinging between wreckless hedonism and squeaky clean, self-loathing she is dedicated to helping others from their vicious cycles somewhat more efficiently than she was able to relieve herself of her own. Rae teaches with a particular emphasis on flow.