After years of intense dance training Abbie was still looking for that missing jigsaw piece, turns out yoga & mindfulness fit that gap perfectly. With a background in dance Abbie naturally leaned towards teaching and sharing her love of yoga through the style of Vinyasa Flow.
Chantelle first tried yoga during some time spent in India. She loves a dynamic flowing yoga class and will bring this and some added flair to your classes in the pod.
After an injury during dance training at The Northern School of Contemporary, Sally was guided towards Yoga and Hot Yoga as a form of movement rehabilitation. Since a full recovery through Yoga, Sally did her 500 hour Yoga Teacher Training and later taught at ETHOS Yoga Studios in Cambridge and London. Her classes are fun and accessible to all, mixing some challenging dynamic movements with breath work and creative sequences to help inspire and guide students in a safe and supported environment
Marina started practicing yoga 10 years ago to aid weight loss after the birth of her second child. She immediately fell in love with the spiritual and physical benefits of yoga which led her to undertake her 200hours YTT in Thailand. As a Yoga teacher she is passionate to share her knowledge with students to fulfil their yoga goals - growing stronger, more flexible, inspired, happy and content with themselves, both on and off the mat.
Jo fell in love with Yoga almost 8 years ago while living in Hong Kong where she also undertook her Iyenger based training. From taking her very first class to becoming a teacher she discovered the many multifaceted benefits that yoga can offer. From the positive physical and mental effects to increased confidence and accepting things she could not change. Yoga helps her to put things in to perspective; reminding her not to worry about the small stuff. When things get tough and challenging.... The remedy is always your Yoga mat.
Lucy started Yoga in 2010 when she went to Boston (USA) to stay with her Dad, his friend was an
Ashtanga teacher and she was invited along to a class. Lucy loved it and went every day for 6 weeks. She loved the strength and commitment she felt at classes. Once Lucy came back she then went to classes at the gym before finding Hot Yoga. This was it for her. Heat and Yoga was bliss. A sweaty workout without having to run! The studio where she was practicing then offered up teacher training and she couldn’t sign up quick enough!
From a young age Louise had a keen interest in gymnastics and dance which naturally progressed into a career as a fitness instructor and personal trainer which she has pursued for nearly 30 years. Louise has always been passionate about helping people achieve their goals and a sense of wellbeing so after incorporating yoga into her main stream classes and seeing some of its amazing effects decided to take her teacher training in Goa, India.
Luci started practicing yoga in 2012 when she wanted to start looking after herself more and getting into exercise and soon realised there was a lot more to yoga than the physical benefits. Yoga has helped her mentally and physically - gaining strength and mobility. During travels in Australia she fell in love with the fluidity of many different takes and styles of practice available. Luci wants to bring the joy of yoga to everyone who attends her classes making it fun, dynamic and an hour of peace for people leading busy lives.
Oli has a background in running marathons which naturally led him on to finding the benefits of yoga practice. A qualified Personal Trainer and Crossfit trainer, he has a keen interest in biomechanics and functional fitness. Having discovered through injury just how important self-maintenance of our muscles, bones, joints, ligaments and tendons can be he pursued a 200hr Yoga Teacher Training in Bali, Indonesia with The Peaceful Warriors. Cultivating an energising practice, Oli wishes to share his passion for the discipline with others, in the form of focused and clear anatomical vinyasa flow. Oli believes yoga should be accessible to everyone and his classes will provide a true space for that calming mindfulness and self-discovery to become accessible to all.
Dani De Simone
Dani started Yoga as a compliment to her busy-bee routine & in particular to her running. Little did she know that as she struggled into her downward-facing dog she was beginning an exciting Yoga journey which would take her from Nepal, to Bali & the Mountains of Northern Spain. Yoga has become much more than stretching, though it has massively enhanced my running performance, it has become the Yin to my Yang, the calm to my life.
Casey started practicing Ashtanga yoga 8 years ago, back home in The Lake District, to aid her climbing and running hobbies, finding it wonderful for flexibility and endurance. After moving to Derbyshire she rediscovered her love of yoga at Hotpod when searching for a way to heal her mind and body after a tricky couple of years. Casey loved being in the pod so much that she decided to do her 200 hour teacher training with HPY head quarters. Now she's eager to share her passion of yoga and teach all abilities with a sense of fun and diversity.