Pippa enjoys teaching both gentle flow styles and a more dynamic class, always with a focus on ensuring yoga is safe and enjoyable, whilst giving students confidence to take things a little deeper and have fun with their practice. She believes everyone can do yoga; whatever age, gender, fitness level or body shape, and would love everybody to have a little yoga in their lives. Or even a lot!
Tatiana believes that yoga has a magical way of balancing one’s body and mind, leaving one healthier, happier, more confident in oneself, and consequently more loving and giving towards others. Tatiana encourages students to break out of their comfort zone, while learning to listen to their bodies and practise safely. Yoga is the greatest gift one can give to oneself. See you on the mat!
Anna first came to yoga as a runner. She quickly fell in love with how it developed her mental focus and control as well as stretching out her tight muscles. Her classes are dynamic, fun and dogma-free. Alongside yoga, Anna is an ever-curious movement enthusiast and is constantly drawing on other physical disciplines to keep her teaching fresh and interesting.
Alison loves the way that yoga can make you feel better: physically, mentally and emotionally and she started teaching in order to share that feeling with other people. She has a friendly, down to earth teaching style and will create a safe and empowering environment for you to discover what you are capable of. Outside of yoga she loves coffee, food and reading a good book.
Tahnee, originally from Canada, brings with her a wealth of international teaching experience. Her classes are lighthearted and fun, whilst also being rich with skilful bio-mechanical alignment so they are both challenging and safe for all levels. Tahnee is a proud Mama, aspiring author and also a wine consultant and educator. She can often be found eating raw chocolate in bed or wearing her wellies at the stable yard.
After an injury whilst training to be a Professional Dancer, Sal was guided towards Vinyasa Yoga and Hot Yoga as a form of movement rehabilitation.
Since a full recovery through Yoga, Sal completed her 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training in 2015 and has since been teaching Vinyasa Yoga and Barre Fitness classes across the country.
Her classes are fun and accessible to all, whilst mixing in some challenging dynamic movements with breath work. Sal's aim is to inspire and guide students in a safe and supported environment.
As an extremely dedicated martial arts student, Sam was reluctant to give yoga a try until a serious hip injury pushed him towards the practice to help with his rehabilitation. After his first class he was hooked and hasn't looked back since! Realising the profound effect it had on him mentally and physically he wanted to teach to be able to share this with as many people as possible. Sam completed his Yoga Teacher Training with Dylan Werner and further study and practice now takes up the majority of his time. Sam enjoys a strong vinyasa flow style and teaches in a way which helps anyone to safely achieve what their body is truly capable of.
Jenny found yoga when she was training as a dancer, as it was used to build strength and flexibility. She fell in love with it instantly and started taking classes as often as she could; but it wasn’t just the physical benefits she noticed as her body changed, it was the mental benefits that really had a profound effect. Three teacher trainings down the line, Jenny’s passionate about teaching hot yoga, flow yoga and yin yoga. Jenny’s aim in her teachings is to nurture her students into their potential, and to help them discover what yoga can do for them; physically and mentally.