We are proud to offer a brilliant selection of Yoga teachers.
Mina’s sense of humour and straightforward approach to life is always evident in her classes. With over 15 years of yoga teaching experience, you’re in very safe hands. Mina’s yoga therapy background and doula training ensures that whatever stage of life you are, or injury you might bring to the class, she will have the right approach for you. As a part of the faculty of a well-known teacher training organisation and being mentored by Sarah Litton, her teaching is reliable and authentic. Mina’s yoga inspired diet and daily ashtanga self practice, under the gaze of Hamish Hendry, ensures you’ll be practicing with someone who truly lives and loves yoga.
In hatha yoga (postural/āsana practice), the physical form serves as a means to develop and expand awareness. Postural practise provides a way to observe and understand the body and mind in relationship; this gives insight into our deepest nature. Giorgos’ classes reflect this understanding of yoga with themed and considered sequences. Classes are detailed, focused and fun. The breath is the starting point either with traditional prāṇāyāma or more experiential breathing techniques. His teaching style is engaging and relaxed; dynamic and accessible; adventurous at times and possible with a non-dogmatic approach.
Having studied and continuing to be a student of yoga philosophy as well as āsana his spiritual foundations draw from Tantra and specifically, Kashmir Shaivism as taught to him by Carlos Pomeda. Anna Ashby is his main teacher and source of inspiration – he has been a mentor/assistant at the triyoga teacher training programme since 2015 working closely with Anna. Eileen Gauthier has been his Ashtanga teacher for a number of years and she has inspired his teaching style greatly.
Giorgos teaches Hatha, Ashtanga, Hot, and Vinyasa.
Raised in India, Yasmin has been immersed in the tradition of yoga since childhood, returning in her adult life to live and study as a yoga teacher in Mysore and the Himalayas, training in Hatha, Ashtanga and Iyengar styles. Through her personal realisations and passion for the discipline, Yazmin felt impelled to return to the West to share the wisdom of this ancient culture as a path to truth and self-realisation.
Yazmin’s teaching style is deep, strong and guided by intuition, with mindfully choreographed sequences, and variations for all levels. She encourages students to honour their bodies and feelings, whilst bringing attention to their breath and intelligent alignment. Where appropriate Yasmin enjoys using inspirational music, mood lighting and aromatherapy, all peppered with heartfelt philosophy.
Yazmin offers gratitude to all her teachers past and present and considers some of her main influences to be Jiddu Krishnamurti, Vanda Scaravelli, BKS Iyengar, Gary Carter, Donna Farhi, Rod Stryker and Max Strom.
Alan began his yoga journey while living in Hong Kong in 2012. It wasn’t long before it took over his whole life. Hundreds of hours of training and zillions of vinyasas later the love of the practice refuses to leave him. With Rocket yoga at his core, you can expect a dynamic, challenging yet playful practice with a constant reminder that achieving anything within the physical practice is far less important than the journey.
Ashley started practicing Yoga in 2010 at the Sattva School of Yoga in Edmonton, Canada. After several devastating family losses a friend recommended yoga to address her grief. She was shocked by the profound effects the practice had on her mental & physical wellbeing; she continues to be amazed by everything this healing practice has to offer.
Ashley teaches Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Rocket, Sattva & Hatha Yoga. She has a Genetics degree specializing in Cancer, with a minor in Psychology and Anatomy. Her classes are strong, yet supportive and nurturing. She places emphasis on connecting deep within your own body, using the breath as a tool to distract the mind, and fascial tissue lines of awareness to understand postures on a very personal level. She is forever grateful to her first, and main teacher, Rameen Peyrow of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Having trained with several acclaimed international schools and teachers – including David Swenson, Max Strom, Meghan Currie and Kristen Campbell – Nikita teaches a strong and graceful Hatha flow, inspired by two lineages dear to her heart: Ashtanga and Anusara.
Her teaching focuses on intelligent alignment, breath work and mindful body awareness. Nikita aims to empower and motivate her students, encouraging each individual practitioner to explore their own potential and strengthen the mind body connection.
Lucy is a welcoming teacher who offers dynamic Vinyasa classes with a focus on breath and rhythmic flow, as well as slower, grounding Yin classes. She maintains a low key atmosphere in her mixed level classes offering variations of poses and alignment suggestions for beginners as well as students wanting to build on their practice.
Lucy knows from personal experience how our yoga practice can change over time in response to life’s circumstances. Having co-founded Yoke studio, taught in a primary school and become a mum over the past few years, she values how yoga brings people together as well as offer an inner experience of calm.
Petra teaches a breath-led, slow flowing style of vinyasa that aims to balance both grace and strength. Her sequences are inspired personal life experience and her teachers (Jean Hall, Max Strom, Mimi Kuo Deemer, Anna Ashby). Petra clear alignment-based instruction makes her classes accessible to level 1-2 students, with challenging options.
Yvonne graduated with a 350-hour Yoga Teacher Diploma and holds a 33-hour Restorative Practices both from Triyoga, London. She is passionate about Restorative Yoga and the benefits it can have on our bodies; the practice allows the nervous system to shift from “fight or flight” into a relaxation response (Sympathetic to Parasympathetic nervous system).
Yvonne had a long career as a HR Business Partner but then switched to full time yoga teaching to achieve both personal balance and to increase the opportunities to share the benefits of Restorative & Hatha Yoga.
Yvonne feels that Restorative Yoga can also contribute to workplace well-being and decrease the millions of days lost to stress related sickness absence at work.
Andy cartwheeled her way around the world with Argentina’s gymnastics team before settling in London 18 years ago. She’s been practicing yoga ever since. She completed 200 hours vinyasa training, 50 hours Forrest yoga and 150 hours yin yoga training with her teacher and friend Biff Mithoefer. Biff has been a great inspiration to Andy and has had a major influence on how she teaches yoga and lives her life off the mat.
Her vinyasa classes focus on breath work and alignment, as well as restorative yin yoga elements, but mainly aim to be fun and enjoyable whilst giving you the motivation to greatly improve your practice. Prepare to sweat, stretch, relax, laugh and breathe. Andy’s Yoga playlists are legendary as is her love of glitter and her secret box of sparkly festival catsuits.
Andy has a huge passion for teaching yin yoga. Her classes fuse yin, beautiful poetry and live music creating an environment that will inspire, energize and soothe.
Clive has a creative and open-minded approach to yoga and meditation, influenced by his therapeutic work and sporting background. He helps people cultivate intuition within their bodies, mindful that all individuals are different and continually evolving. Classes emphasise linking breath and movement to direct attention inward and become more aware of each moment. Drawing on the parallels between yoga and life, the mat becomes a playground for exploration and transformation. Yoga classes focus on developing core strength and flexibility, while providing a space to ground and release tension.
Clive teaches dynamic, flow, restorative and yin yoga offering variations for all levels. His meditation classes include guided visualisations, breathing techniques and yoga nidra.
Originally a professional dancer, Jacqui made the transition into yoga through Bikram and completed her intensive training in LA in 2012. Since then she devoted herself to self-practice, mainly in the style of Vinyasa.
Jacqui’s style could be described as a mixture of tai-chi & yoga. She believes that slower movement is harder and safer as it requires a more mindful approach. Her wealth of knowledge about the body and the way it can move is apparent in her classes – gained through many years of experience and study of both yoga, and dance. She considers herself to be a multidisciplinary teacher with great experience of beginners through to advanced students, people with injuries, disabilities, conditions and the elderly.
Charli has been practicing since 2009 and teaching since 2012. After leaving Management Accountancy to travel she did teacher training at Ayur Yoga Eco Ashram in Hatha Yoga and it became apparent this was her calling. Subsequently she qualified in Vinyasa Flow with Mimi Kuo Deemer, Hot Yoga with Kristin Campbell, Yin Yoga with Norman Blair and completed 100-hours Anusara with Bridget Woods Kramer, Mindfulness with Sarah Powers and 50-hours with Tiffany Cruikshank.
Charli has a passion for alignment and anatomy. Her Vinyasa classes are slow flowing alignment focused where movement is linked through the breath to allow the body to let go of tension whilst positions are held to build core strength and freedom. Her approach to yoga and warm personality shine through. Sequences and postures are modified to work for all with individual help via encouraging hands on adjustments and verbal cues.
The transformative effect of Ashtanga keeps Charli dedicated whilst Vinyasa Flow gives her the freedom to be creative with fun sequences that challenge and keep students on their toes.
Cheryl Mokhtari trained to become a yoga teacher under the highly acclaimed Triyoga Teacher Training programme with leading teachers Anna Ashby and Joey Miles. Her passion for yoga and keen interest in anatomy, combined with her love to laugh make her class’s popular, fun, safe, challenging and informative. She has a unique ability to help people feel at ease and the complex appear simple with her clear and precise instructions, all delivered with a smile and her down to earth approach to life. Expect to move with the breath in a mindful, strong, alignment based flowing sequence to create space, strength and freedom in the body and mind.
Natasha became connected with Yoga following a sudden illness which depleted vitality in her body and mind. What started out as a weekly class soon became a daily practice and back in 2009 she completed her training as a Yoga teacher. She’s studied the origins of yoga and has completed trainings in Vinyasa flow, Ashtanga and Yin Yoga. She believes these styles compliment one another, in class you can expect to be challenged yet there is always some time for a quiet mediation too.
In addition to her experience in Yoga, Natasha applies her background in choreography and Pilates, to design classes with creative sequences that encourage the flow of energy throughout your body while incorporating the key elements of safe and successful alignment. She feels comfortable making hands on adjustments and intuitively knows in which direction to guide her students. Using her experience in teaching Yoga philosophy, Natasha intends to share with her students the art of cultivating more presence in daily life.
In her 1:1 sessions she incorporates shiatsu, Thai Yoga massage and meditation techniques to create a bespoke session. Natasha has been positively influenced in her Yoga education by teachers such as David Swenson, Paul Callaghan, and Jason Crandle.
Honor Pennington Legh
Honor began practicing Iyengar yoga in secondary school. She’s the daughter of devotees and grew up immersed in a yogic world view. She first trained with the British Wheel and then qualified as an Iyengar teacher. She now holds a Junior Intermediate level III Certification and is working on her Senior certification. Her teaching journey has taken her to London, India, Thailand, Australia and Europe with total enthusiasm and passion for Yoga.
The highlight of her adventures in yoga has been her work studying with teachers and devoted practitioners in India, especially BKS Iyengar and his daughter Geeta Iyengar and son Prashant Iyengar in Pune on a number of intensives. She has lived and worked as an assistant in India and feels blessed to share the gifts she has received.
Classes with Honor are holistic with a focus on bringing out our fullest potential with care and courage. Honor studies and practices yogic mantras, sound healing, African drumming and several healing modalities including EFT (Emotional freedom technique) that enrich her lively classes.
Lisa Di Gennaro
Lisa believes that Yoga is a way of life; the development of strength and flexibility of the body can then create that well-loved yogic strength and flexibility of the mind… And she thinks that everyone should practice it because it makes them a better person by developing more peace, love, happiness and kindness.
Lisa teaches strong, energetic sequences with alignment-based flow created to make you feel good.
She holds certificates in both Ashtanga and Vinyasa Flow.
When she became pregnant for the first time and her practice slowed down, Lisa completed both her Pregnancy Yoga and Mum & Baby / Postnatal Yoga courses. This was the best thing she could have done… she discovered how simple breath and deep relaxation can help a woman heal physically, mentally and emotionally.
Lisa has also completed training in Childrens’ Yoga with Susannah Hoffman at Triyoga, Developmental Baby Massage with Peter Walker at Triyoga, and did the Paramana Doula Course with Dr Michel Odent and Liliana Lammers.
Rebecca has been practising yoga for more than 20 years. Starting as a teen, she found a place of self love and acceptance through movement and meditation.
Rebecca has an extremely positive energy and an honest approach to teaching, providing a safe place to learn, grow and connect. She makes people feel completely at home which is a true gift whether just starting your yoga journey or needing to reconnect and balance.
She is wonderfully nurturing, kind and knowledgable showing her students the healing power of yoga found within themselves.
Rebecca’s classes unite the mind, breath and the body bringing a deeper sense of grounding and balance.
She studied the renowned Triyoga 2 year teaching diploma where she learnt with Lisa Sanfilippo and Erika Tourell.
She lived in New York for many years where she studied at The IYI and Ishta Yoga in Greenwich Village. Now based in London, she attends regular classes and workshops with Panilla Marrot, Bridget Woods-Kramer, Louise Grime, Jeff Phenix and studies online with Jason Crandell and Elena Brower.
Sabina started teaching in 2013; juggling full-time work with evening and weekend yoga teaching. Teaching gave her purpose, and the clarity she was looking for. With this in mind, she bid farewell to her finance career, began full-time teaching and hasn’t looked back!
Sabina’s first training was in Vinyasa Yoga, followed by Yin Yoga. The Yin and Yang paths of her teaching merged when she did her Forrest Yoga teacher training under Ana Forrest, the creator of Forrest yoga. She has completed 300 hours of studying covering topics such as Advanced Anatomy & Physiology, Effective Coaching & Teaching, and Hands On-Assists, which keep expand her breadth of knowledge as a teacher.
Sabina’s fascination with the human body, common compensation patterns and anatomy of breath has also lead her down the Yoga Bodyworking route, and she brings all of this wealth to her classes aiming to create a safe and caring environment for her students to explore their physical abilities in a functional way. Expect to be challenged in Sabina’s classes, but whilst cultivating love and kindness to oneself.
Since attending her first class in 2005, Sue has become a dedicated yogi. A graduate of Triyoga’s foundation teacher training program led by Jean Hall and Mimi Kuo-Deemer, Sue has also qualified as a pregnancy and postnatal yoga teacher under Nadia Narain and has completed the 300-hour teacher training with Jason Crandell. She has attended workshops related to Yoga and Activism with Off the Mat into the World, Embodied Awareness with Bo Forbes, and the Trauma Sensitive Trauma Centre Yoga Foundational workshop with Alex Cat.
Sue’s teaching style focuses on precise alignment, and the conscious connection of breath with movement is the foundation of her classes. She seeks to create an environment where students feel supported to explore their experience on the mat.