50B Windmill Hill, Ruislip, Middlesex, HA4 8PT, GB
Jay’s yoga journey started as a recovery method from an injury that he got when he was a dancer. Then it fell into passion and love for yoga. After many years of practicing his yoga instructor advised him to take a course in teaching… and so he did.
He has been teaching yoga for a few years now and is always looking for new and interesting ways to explore and expand his practice, through a variety of teachers, styles and other influences.
For him: Yoga is time to play.
Anna’s yoga journey started many years ago, as her practised deepened she became curious as to how and why yoga could make her feel so good.
She embarked on a trip to India where she lived and studied the anatomy, philosophy and the science behind yoga, which led her to complete her teacher training whilst living there.
Anna’s classes are fun and challenging, but will make you feel comfortable on the mat whether you’re a beginning or a regular yogi.
Most importantly, she encourages her students to trust themselves and their body’s abilities, so that they will leave feeling motivated, invigorated and proud of what they have achieved!
Vicky had been teaching various fitness classes for 10 years when in 2014 she finally decided to advance her own yoga practice and do her yoga teacher training. Vicky teaches various styles of yoga such as hatha, power and vinyasa flow, constantly developing her own practice ensuring every person gets the best out of each class and spreading the word that yoga is for everyone!
After years of self practice at home, a hot yoga studio opening nearby enticed me into the world of Bikram & my passion for hot yoga was awakened. Spending the next year practicing every style of yoga, I made the decision to take my passion even further and delve into the teacher training. After studying Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga within Kagyu Samye Dzong, a beautiful Tibetan Buddhist Centre in London, I had the tools I needed to share with others everything I had learnt to leave students feeling at peace in body & mind.
Being cabin crew for an international airline for over 20 years, as well as a keen CrossFit athlete, takes its toll on both your body and mind. To find a balance, an equilibrium and to feel good again Manish found yoga 8 years ago. After reaping the tremendous benefits, both physically and emotionally, he decided to share this gift and has been teaching since 2016. Constantly learning & exploring as well as keeping a very open mind is something that is second nature to him.
Sarah worked in Musical Theatre for 7 years before several slipped discs forced her to rethink her career and find a safer way to stay healthy and injury free. She fell in love with yoga in 2015 and took the leap of faith to became a teacher in 2016, immersing herself completely in its healing power. Sarah’s classes are powerful yet accessible; aligning with her mission to dispel the myth that yoga is “only for flexible people!”
Natalie is a busy mum of 3, who has a long standing love of all things fitness and nutrition. She stumbled across Vinyasa Flow whilst living in Asia and was hooked. It was at this point that Natalie made the big decision to leave her 18 year career in corporate finance to follow her dream to become a yoga teacher …the best decision she ever made!