Senior Yoga Teacher and Yoga Therapist
Jo has been practising yoga for over 30 years and teaching since 2008. Originally practising under the guidance of Barbara Currie and Ruth White at the age of 16 and from that time connected with the power of yoga and the major benefits yoga can have on your physical, spiritual and mental well being.
Yoga Instructor and Studio Manager
Melanie has been passionately connected to yoga since 2004 and believes it to be a remedy or cure for almost any mental, emotional or physical ailment. She finds the nature of yoga practice with its balance of opening and strengthening the body, synchronised with meditation and pranayama (breath control) to have a profound impact on any practitioner, ongoing beyond the mat and into daily life.
Rebecca is a Vinyasa and Ashtanga trained yoga teacher whom has been teaching for over a year in the UK and overseas. She qualified in both her 200 and 300 hour training in Sampoorna Yoga (Goa, India), the latter certification in November 2017.
The style of yoga Nina teaches is fluid in principle with some longer holds, and the pace ranges from slow to dynamic – depending on the theme or level of the class. All her classes have a strong focus on connecting movement to your breath, exploring and finding appropriate alignment for you in your body, and allowing you to experience and find your yoga practice in a playful yet safe environment.
Sam’s focus for her students is on being able to ‘experience’ something during class rather than simply ‘achieve’ something, and knowing that for some, sometimes just showing up on your mat is the biggest challenge of all.
Elisabeth truly believes that yoga is for everyone and wants to help people to realise that there is nothing more important than taking care and making time for yourself.
Elena, originally from Italy, is a Pilates teacher as well as a professional contemporary dancer, teacher and choreographer. She has a BA (Hons) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Dance Studies and Performance through the Conservatoire for Dance and Drama affiliated to the University of Kent.
Jo is passionate about Pilates because of the positive changes it can bring to posture, physical health and mental wellbeing. She has as strong focus on the precision of movement and her classes are varied, challenging and informative but more importantly they are fun and conducted in a friendly environment. With the incorporation of anatomical cues, Jo encourages clients to broaden their awareness of posture and improve upon strength and flexibility. She offers variations on all exercises to accommodate mixed abilities and experience, so everyone can benefit and progress.