47 Marlands Shopping Centre, Civic Centre Road, Southampton, SO147SJ, GB
With a specialization in Ashtanga and Vinyasa yoga, Hayley completed her Yoga Teacher Training in India in 2018. Since she was 16, she has been practicing yoga. One of her proudest accomplishments is being a mother in 2022. She is an avid mountain biker who uses yoga to improve strength and flexibility, which complement cycling, as well as finding mindfulness. In addition to providing physical exercise, the classes she will be teaching will allow participants to experience the mental benefits of yoga.
Gaynor has practiced yoga for over 10 years, but her real passion for it, kicked in 4 years back. After having 3 children, she loves the strength, flexibility and relaxation that a regular practice brings and is passionate about sharing these benefits with others. She has always loved fitness and sport and holds a personal training qualification. Gaynor is certified as a Vinyasa and Rocket yoga Instructor.
Since 2001, Vee has been practicing yoga as a huge part of her fitness and wellbeing routine.
Yoga teacher and certified personal trainer, she is passionate about sharing how yoga & physical activity can positively impact both physical and mental wellbeing.
She enjoys keeping in touch with nature by taking her dogs for long walks and runs in the forest.
Yoga has taught Kasey how to truly love herself, be more present and how to live more consciously. In 2019, she received teacher’s training certification in Rishikesh so she could share this incredible gift with others.
Kasey’s love of people and cultures led her to earn a degree in Anthropology and start her own Travel Agency where she create routes for people with different interests. Including Yoga routes!
Taking the plunge and becoming a yoga teacher was one of the best decisions of her life! A yoga practice has greatly enriched her life, and she is passionate about sharing it with others.
Aloysia was in her early twenties when she first began practicing yoga. A good stretch followed by deep sleep made her fall in love with the warm, fuzzy feeling. She loves yoga for more reasons than just keeping her body strong and flexible. Connecting with ourselves on a deeper level enables us to better contend with life’s challenges.
As you embark on your own personal yoga journey, she will be there to guide you into the positions that are right for you and your body, so you feel the benefits long after the mat has been rolled up. Your everyday life will be infused with that blissful feeling of tranquility after attending a class.
Natasha began practicing yoga at university, mostly for its physical benefits, she gradually found that yoga had a whole lot more to offer than just stretching! As she wanted to gain a deeper understanding of yoga and find a way to share her passion for it, she completed her teacher training with Hotpod in 2020 and is very excited to be back teaching in the pod.
The way yoga (especially Vinyasa flows) cultivates strength and flexibility physically, mentally, and spiritually in Tash, making her completely at ease in her own body and mind. She hopes to inspire others to experience similar fulfilment in their own bodies and minds.
Sarah has been practising yoga for thirty years and teaching full time since 2011. Over this time she has developed a warm and compassionate style of teaching incorporating the therapeutic benefits of asana along with mindfulness practice. Her teachers are many and varied which is evident in her style. Originally training to teach vinyasa flow she has since qualified to teach yoga for people with cancer; adults and children with disabilities; pregnancy and post natal; yin and mindfulness. Expect to be gently challenged and have a lot of fun with yogic philosophy woven throughout. Classes are welcoming for all levels.
Rashida is a green tea, green smoothie loving yogi who loves to hold space for beginners in her classes. A journey of personal transformation through yoga led her to complete her teacher training in the “World Capital of Yoga”, Rishikesh, India.
Through yoga, Rashida believes that you’re one step closer to being connected to breath, body, and mind. She strives to provide people with the yoga tools they need to live a joyful life, and to blossom into their fullest potential on and off the mat.
Each of her classes feature an intuitive and accessible Vinyasa style.
Kat discovered the magic of yoga at a very early age through her mum who has been practicing yoga for many years. Right from that first sun salutation as a kid (pretending to be a hissing cobra – how exciting!) she was hooked. Practicing regularly through her teens and early 20s, Kat wanted to spread this magical practice to anyone who would listen and qualified as a yoga instructor so she could do just that.
Kat believes that yoga is for everybody and has been a regular at Hotpod Yoga Southampton ever since it opened. She is very excited to be able to welcome people into this space as a teacher!
Ellie began her yoga journey during her exchange program in India in 2011. After practicing Hatha yoga for a number of years she came across vinyasa after moving to the UK, in 2018. She’s a certified hot dynamic vinyasa yoga teacher, and firmly believes in the life changing power of yoga.
From trusting yourself, to challenging your mental and physical limits, coming out the other side empowered, her personal experience taught her that any practice is a journey that begins with believing in yourself.
That is the foundation of every class, along with a strong desire to respect the culture Yoga comes from in all its aspects.
Yoga has been an integral part of Carly’s life since 2009, and she has been teaching full time since 2018. Carly’s practice has helped her stay physically fit, mentally focused, and energetically balanced. Her teaching style is fun, but always focused on breath, alignment, and awareness, bringing in my philosophy-based interpretation when necessary. Carly is teacher-trained in the Living Yoga Method, authentic Hatha/Hatha Vinyasa yoga, Pregnancy Yoga, Postnatal Yoga and Mum & Baby Yoga.
Her expertise in Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga is enhanced by her years of practice in both the UK and Singapore, where she lived and worked. Shennon’s dynamic personality and passion for the subject leave students entertained and filled with humour during classes.
A strong advocate of Yoga as a physical and mental discipline, she believes yoga offers us the tools necessary for lasting transformation.