teachers at evolve


evolve teacher collage


ailon freedman

Ailon has explored a diverse range of yoga styles over the last 20 years. His classes weave together the precision of Iyengar Yoga, the breath-movement synchronisation of Vinyasa yoga, the “dropping in” to postures found in Scaravelli yoga and the fun and connection of Partner Yoga. We will explore these styles in more depth, in order to find out which ones work best for us.

Students will discover how a yoga practice can be experienced as a moving meditation. We will also learn how yoga can structurally re-align the body, calm the mind, and allow one to tap into a greater reservoir of lifeforce energy.

Ailon teaches open level hatha on mondays 11:15am-12:30pm, and tuesdays + thursdays from 10:00 – 11:15am


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angie hsu

Angie believes in the power of the individual to grow, love and transform. She experienced this firsthand when she committed to her yoga practice and uncovered her passion for health and wellbeing. A native New Yorker, Angie studied ISHTA yoga under the guidance of teachers Yogiraj Alan Finger, Jean Koerner and Peter Ferko. She has taught at New York City studios since 2008 to a diverse group of yogis. Angie is a Yoga Alliance RYT 500 teacher.

Angie is a veteran of the fashion industry and holds an economics degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She gives thanks to all the wonderful teachers in her life, especially her students.

Angie teaches power hour mondays 1-2pm + level 2 vinyasa flow on thursdays from 7:15 – 8:30pm


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bérénice wurz-smith

Bérénice has been practicing Yoga passionately for more than 17 years, studying different approaches from Iyengar, Astanga, Vinyasa, to Shadow and YinYoga, to become more creative in her own practice and teaching. She teaches a style of slow Vinyasa flow, with an emphasis on alignment, core strength and energetic sequencing. She also loves teaching Yin and restorative Yoga, Meditation and Yoga Nidra. The sequences consider student’s health / age group / constitution and time of the year – the connection to the breath and moving energy in the body, by incorporating Pranayama, Relaxation and Meditation techniques inspired from the Hatha Yoga Tradition, Tantra and Ayurveda.

Her practice and teaching have been greatly influenced by her main teacher, Rod Stryker, considered as one of the most preeminent yoga and meditation teachers in the United States. She has also studied with Aadil Palkhivala, Doug Keller and Shiva Rea.
Bérénice lives Yoga as an experiment and through the eyes of an explorer. Beyond the physical benefits of Yoga, she hopes to convey its emotional and energetic effects in the most comprehensive and open-minded way to help students find their own path (Dharma) and create a most fulfilling life.
Berenice teaches yoga flow tuesdays 6-7pm.


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celest pereira
Celest is a trained dancer and martial artist with a BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy and 10 years yoga practise. She completed her Yoga Teacher Training in India in 2009 and has been teaching full time since then. Witnessing her classes really begin to buzz with increasing numbers of regular students she founded CITYOGI (www.cityogi.com), specifically aimed for the city professional. Celest teaches a challenging Vinyasa Flow style class to music and she loves to teach everything from the philosophy of yoga right through to the most complex of yoga asanas (postures). She welcomes all levels to her class and prides herself on her ability to break down even the most advanced postures into manageable steps. Expect to have fun and come away glowing!

Celest teaches open level vinyasa flow on tuesdays from 9:30 – 10:45am + thursdays from 9:30-11:00am


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charlotte watts

Charlotte attended her first yoga class in 1996 years ago and immediately knew that it would be a large part of the route to overcoming her own stress-related health issues. She trained at the Vajrasati Yoga School in Brighton (500 hour Yoga Alliance training) founded by Jim Tarran who is influenced by Buddhism and brought a natural mindfulness aspect to practising yoga; with an emphasis on taking time to feel subtleties of the experience and create body awareness within postures.

Charlotte then went on to train in teaching yoga for people with ME and Chronic Fatigue with Fiona Agombar and teaching for chronic pain with Heather Mason, continuing her interest in yoga as therapy for anxiety, depression and stress states. She deepened her mindfulness practice as a result of a specific mindfulness course for yoga teachers with Cathy-Mae Karelse. Charlotte continues to study with teachers Tias Little, Judith Lasater and Donna Farhi as they combine her loves of a mindful, somatic practice, yoga as meditation and an explorative and compassionate attitude – alongside attention to alignment with respect to the individual needs of students.
Charlotte is also an award-winning nutritionist, practising since 2000 and specialising in stress-related and fatigue conditions and burnout, culminating in her book The De-Stress Diet (Hay House 2012).
Charlotte teaches yoga + mindfulness fridays 7:30-845pm.

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claire grundy

Claire began practising yoga while working in the London media industry and found that a regular ashtanga yoga practice brought balance and peace to her life. She has been practising ashtanga regularly since 2005 and is committed to a daily practice under the guidance of her teacher Ryan Spielman with whom she completed her formal yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT200). Claire teaches the traditional ashtanga yoga system with compassion and care, keeping an open heart and mind. Through her teaching Claire hopes to convey the physical and mental benefits of yoga that are available to everyone regardless of physical ability. Her classes emphasize practice as a moving meditation, a tool to quieten the mind and learn acceptance of whatever arises. www.yogaclare.com

Claire teaches ashtanga tuesdays 1-2pm + saturdays 10-11:15am.


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clare roberts
Clare began teaching yoga in 2009, when she opened a yoga studio in South London, working alongside Physiotherapists and Osteopaths. Discovering ISHTA yoga through her Life Centre teacher Katrina Repka, Clare was delighted to find a yoga system where the dynamics of energy as it moves through the body could be fully addressed and applied to create profound shifts physically, mentally and energetically. As well as teaching yoga, Clare is a massage therapist, has Reiki and clears up how she speaks and thinks of life using her NLP practitioner training. Clare is a member of the British Wheel of Yoga, is a Yoga Alliance RYT-500 and also a member of The Reiki association.

“Above all else I believe in the incredible human ability to improve every situation through self-awareness and understanding, I love finding like-minded people who want to explore their own perceptions of the realms of existence, possibility and to create their reality.”

Clare teaches open level ISHTA yoga on wednesdays from 11:30am – 12:45pm and yoga basics + beyond wednesdays 6-7pm


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diane lister

Diane has been teaching yoga for the last decade, starting out with hot yoga in native Canada. In 2005 she moved to Hong Kong at one of Asia’s largest yoga studios where she met some of her most influential teachers, including Patrick Creelman (Anusara) and also Ana Forrest (Forrest Yoga). Studying under them allowed Diane to expand her knowledge and grow her teaching style into a more alignment based practice with focus on breath, connecting to the core, and feeling the body from the inside out. All of which she brings into her classes now.

Diane teaches open level vinyasa flow on fridays from 10:00-11:15am


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dora jane dearing

Each of Dora’s classes will be themed and designed to take you on a journey progressively and safely towards your peak posture. Asanas will be taught with options for modifications encouraging students to approach the practice in a way that is best suited to their individual needs, making these classes accessible for all levels of ability. The objective of Hatha Yoga is to transform the human body to make it a worthy vehicle for self realisation. With this in mind you can expect Pranayama practices and investigation into Yogic principles to be threaded throughout the Asana sequences.

Dora is dedicated to a practice that is about the journey rather than the result, which gives each individual a very real and personal set of tools and skills to support any stage of life, circumstance or physical state.”

Dora teaches hatha tuesdays + thursdays 3-4pm + fridays 12:30-1:30pm


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emily reed

Emily is deeply committed to health, well being and achieving a greater living experience through yoga, ayurveda and meditation. Her classes encourage students to feel from within- sensing the subtleties of the practice and the unconscious habits of the body/mind complex. She teaches a steady-flowing, dynamic style with attention to alignment helping students develop an awareness of the physical body. Her classes usually incorporate pranayama (breath work) and kriya meditation techniques which help students experience the deeper, more profound aspects of a yoga practice. These ingredients create a well -rounded, completeness to her classes. Her hope is that her students can learn to use these “tools” to transition an active mind or negative thought to a place of balance, calm, acceptance, and kindness. Emily is 200 hours (BWY trained) and has completed her 300 hour (Yoga Alliance) Advanced teacher training in ISHTA yoga under Katrina Repka. She continues to travel and study ISHTA under Katrina Repka, Yogiraj Alan Finger as well as Ayurvedic philosophy, with Dr A.R. Ramadas in Tamil Nadu, India.

What to expect from a class with emily?
Let Emily’s ISHTA classes take you on an inward journey as you move through fun, slow flowing yoga poses. She encourages you to listen to the breath and the sensations in the body. Moving in this way refines your focus, builds heat and detoxifies the body and mind. Expect breathing techniques and wonderful meditations (in addition to the physical practice) to fully round off your ISHTA experience.
You’ll work your body, calm your mind and discover balance in your being
For more details see: www.emilyreedyoga.com

Emily teaches open level ISHTA yoga on thursdays from 5:45-7:00pm


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gemma birss
Gemma (www.yogigems.com) has been working with many styles of yoga – from Ashtanga to Vinyasa – for more than ten years, and teaches Kundalini and Hatha yoga. She is also a certified Rainbow Children teacher and has a broad training in holistic healing, including Reiki, Theta Healing, Angelic Reiki and Atlantean Healing.
Having grown up in Zimbabwe, and lived in South Africa, Japan, India and France, she recognises the importance of yoga as a personal practice that can be taken with you and incorporated into your daily life, wherever you are. Her classes incorporate a balance of mantra, mudra, movement, pranayama and meditation – all tools and techniques that you can take beyond the class to create a more centred you.
When not teaching yoga, Gemma writes for Om Yoga, Yoga and Everyday Health magazines, and writes and illustrates children’s books.
Gemma is covering for Perla whilst she’s on maternity leave for kundalini fridays 6:15-7:30pm


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helena trippe

Helena started practising Iyengar Yoga in 1999. After years of swimming regularly without adequate stretching, Helena found that despite being challenged by the yoga classes, she was rewarded with renewed vitality and clarity of mind. Two and a half years of training under the UK’s most senior Iyengar teacher ensued and Helena is now a qualified teacher.


Helena teaches level 2 iyengar on mondays from 7:15 – 8:45pm and level 1 iyengar on wednesdays from 7:30-9pm and open level iyengar saturdays 2-3pm.


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jenny fleming

jenny flemming

Jen has been practising yoga for 12 years and is a Sivananda based Hatha Yoga Teacher. She likes to combine different flowing sequences following the breath with holding asanas for longer and being still, relaxing. She has been teaching in and around London for the past 2 1/2 years.

Jenny teaches open level hatha on saturdays 9.30 – 10:45am and sundays 1.45 – 3pm


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john archbold
Yoga has been a constant part of Johns life since 2001, stumbling into a yoga class and never leaving. John believes yoga should be accessible to everyone, without being too serious or ridgid, while allowing people to go deeper into their own practice in their own time.

Yoga and meditation changed Johns life after having spinal surgery and clinical depression in 2007; by continuing practice during rehabilitation from surgery, and beginning a meditation practice, it allowed John to recover and return to a normal life much quicker than normally expected.
Following the successful recovery, John decided to embark on teacher training with YogaCampus in 2008, to be able to help others in need. During the teacher training, John met his now mentor and primary influence Yogiraj Katrina Repka. Under the mentorship of Katrina, John became an ISHTA yoga teacher in 2012 embodying the values and life-changing techniques the lineage provides.
John is BWY 200hr and Yoga Aliance 500hr registered.
John teaches dynamic hatha tuesdays 7:15-8:30pm + ISHTA flow sundays 3:15-4:30pm

karin lilleberg

Karin’s aim in teaching yoga is to create warm, welcoming atmosphere where students will feel free to be themselves. She wants the students to experience the full benefits that yoga can provide, from improved flexibility and strength to equally important stress relief, relaxation and to be able to apply the teachings of yoga to help to improve their daily lives off the mat.
Karin’s classes are dynamic, energizing and fun, creating space between body and mind.
She invites yoga students to come to their yoga mat as they are, not as they think they should be. Students should be prepared to breathe, sweat, have fun and allow yoga to open them up to their personal power!
Karin teaches vinyasa flow sundays 10:30am-12pm


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kate douglas

Kate has been teaching in the UK for the past ten years. Her background in dance greatly complements her teaching as it gave her an in depth understanding of the body and its requirements. Her style of yoga draws on elements from the many different styles she encountered on her travels throughout India, Australia, Asia, Amercia and the wilds of Mongolia, creating a free flowing style with an emphasis on alignment and breathing.


Kate teaches level 1-2 yoga flow on mondays  6 – 7:15pm, yoga basics + beyond on tuesdays from 7:30 – 8:30pm and yoga flow thursdays 6-7pm.


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kristi mae johnson

A certified forrest yoga teacher, kristi’s classes are strong, grounded and inspiring, based on the four pillars of Forrest yoga – strength, breath, integrity, and spirit.

Kristi first discovered yoga in her native country of new zealand. She traveled to hong kong and china in 2003 where she explored more deeply the physical, emotional and spiritual practice of yoga. Kristi taught at ‘pure’ yoga in hong kong, gathering a rich amount of experience teaching group classes, privates and workshops, while furthering her training with teachers from all over the world.

It is through forrest yoga that kristi found healing, and discovered the true power; and beauty that had unfolded in her own life.

She believes in working hard, but working mindfully, and offers modifications for different levels and injuries, sharing compassionate hands on assists.

Kristi teaches open level morning forrest yoga on tuesdays 7:30-8:30am and forrest yoga wednesdays from 6 – 7:15pm.


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laurella fox-pitt 

Laurella has dragon boated across the English channel, represented Great Britain on the equestrian 3 day event team and even fought in the boxing ring. But her greatest journey is Yoga.

She first came to Yoga in 1999 with the extraordinary Ed Clarke; a passion for movement, vitality and the exhilaration one feels from feeling fit and healthy teamed with a fascination of the subtleties of yoga and the mind body connection has led her to have a consistent practice for the past 13 years.
In this time she has trained and practiced with incredible teachers all over the world. From Sharat Auror at the Himalayan Iyengar yoga centre, to have a deep understanding of alignment and precision, taking this knowledge to a more dynamic practice at Jivamukti. Then to a more anatomical training at The Contemporary School of Yoga in London focusing on the Myofascia alignment in the body and looking for a freer form and more creative expression lead her to her most influential teacher Shiva Rea.
Laurella teaches Prana Flow (™), an energetic, creative vinyasa flow practice, conceived by Shiva Rea. Her classes are strong and balancing, connecting you to the power of your breath, while  cultivating inner and outer strength and flexibility. Yoga connects us to a place of honesty, tapping in to your infinite wisdom, exploring the opportunities and healing the scars, mind, body and spirit.
Laurella brings huge presence, passion and a playful honesty to the heart of her class. As well as being an encyclopedia on all things healthy, green and chocolaty…………….
Sharing her journey at www.wildlaurel.blogspot.co.uk
Laurella teaches yoga flow wednesdays 1-2pm and saturdays 12:45-1:45pm


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louise grime

Louise first discovered yoga over 30 years ago and has taught in and around London for the last 19 years. She has studied, trained and taught in the famous Ashrams of India spending time at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune. She trained as an Iyengar Teacher in 1994 and that is still her main influence but she has a softer more flowing approach now. Her most important teachers have been BKS Iyengar, Shandor Remete, John Scott and Alaric Newcombe.


Louise teaches open level hatha on mondays from 5:30 – 6:45pm


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lucy bruegger

Lucy’s Yoga journey began many years ago on a rooftop in India and she has never looked back. After studying in India, she trained with Max Strom in America, whom she now assists on his international workshops in London. She has also completed her 500 hr certification under the guidance of Louisa Sear and Rose Baudin.

Lucy teaches mindful breath and alignment based Vinyasa Flow. Passionate about the physical, spiritual and emotional benefits of yoga, Lucy’s classes encourage an open, content heart and a quiet, calm mind.

Lucy also teaches restorative and pregnancy yoga and is highly influenced by her Vipassana meditation practice.

Lucy is deeply grateful to all the teachers that have helped her on her path.


Lucy teaches yoga flow fridays 1-2pm


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maren lander

Maren Lander aka Sujjan Saroop Kaur trained with Har Nal Kaur in London and Karta Singh in France and graduated with Amrit Nam Sarovar in 2012 as certified member of KYTA. Maren offers Kundalini Yoga and Meditation classes following the teachings of Yogi Bhajan as well as Sound Healing using the Chiron Gong. She is passionate about helping others achieve mental, physical and spiritual balance and unlock their creative potential. Her classes are open to all levels and offer a safe space for everyone to relax, expand and transform.

Maren teaches kundalini yoga sundays 12:15-1:30pm


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mary parkinson

mary parkinson
A self-confessed sports fanatic, Mary came to yoga while working as a personal trainer in the mid 90s. Intially attracted by the power and energy of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, she quickly started to explore other schools of yoga and has trained widely in Sivananda, Iyengar, Anusara and yoga therapy among various others. A qualified teacher since 1999, she is able to draw on her rich and varied experience. With nearly 30 years of 12 step recovery under her belt too, Recovery Yoga is a personal dream.


Mary teaches open level recovery yoga  on wednesdays from 3 – 4pm


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matthew huy

Originally from San Francisco, Matthew first attended a yoga class while at university and loved the feeling of moving and opening his body. Upon the recommendation of a friend who watched him leap to a curb, he also attended his first dance class at about the same time and loved the two so much that he left his study of ecology behind, took time off, then eventually re-enrolled at another school and earned a BA in Dance. In 2006, he completed a teacher training in India through the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta school and a Pilates certification in LA. For all of his professional life, Matthew has worked as a dancer or teacher of dance, yoga and Pilates. As a result, he has a thorough knowledge of the body and what it can do. Matthew’s classes are flowing and challenging but available to all levels — and you’re likely to do an inversion or two. Within the practice, he presents the principles of yoga in an accessible and down-to-earth way.

Matthew is also now a proud father who’s happy to show you photos after class!


matt teaches yoga flow on  thursdays at 1-2pm


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maz mcclintock

Maz has been teaching Pilates for nearly a decade and as her experience has increased so has her passion and love for teaching it.   Starting out as a Personal Trainer in Soho’s ‘The Third Space’, she gained six years experience teaching Pilates one-on-one and in group classes before launching into teaching freelance around London and the South of France.  Working closely with some of London’s top physiotherapists, she has used Pilates techniques very effectively to aid rehabilitation from injury and back pain.

Having qualified in a classical Pilates style, over the years she has mixed in elements of more modern techniques to keep the classes fresh and give you the most effective workout for your body. Her mission is to keep her classes fun and challenging while leaving you feeling refreshed, more confident in your body and with a spring in your step!

maz teaches pilates on mondays at 10:00 – 11:00am and wednesdays 12.00 – 1:00pm and fridays 11:45am-12:45pm.


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mia forbes pirie

Mia has been a dedicated yoga and spiritual practitioner for more than 14 years.   She is the author of the series Yoga Perspectives in Yoga & Health Magazine (see www.WorldsUnite.org) comparing the three main types of yoga in which she is trained: Ashtanga, Iyengar and Yin.

Having begun teaching in 2003 on her return from 4 months studying in India with the founder of Ashtanga Yoga, Mia now teaches mainly Yin (Insight) Yoga.  She has been fortunate enough to study with a number of the world’s leading influences on yoga, including her main teachers: Sri K Pattabhi Jois (Ashtanga Yoga founder), her mentor, Sarah Powers (Insight Yoga/Yin founder) and Ruth White (Karuna Yoga/Iyengar founder). Mia has both Iyengar (500 hours) and Yin (Insight International Course) based teaching qualifications.  Her style is friendly, open, loving and supportive.  Her yoga teaching, inquiry and health coaching work is underpinned by the question of how practice can best serve our daily lives.
Mia read Law (with French law) at University College London and has both a Masters in Law and Science (from the College of Europe and Imperial College).  She is an accredited mediator and facilitator.  Mia believes in re-organisational healing: starting where you are and moving towards your greatest potential.

Mia teaches yin yoga thursdays 7:30-8:45pm + sundays 4:45-6pm.


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mercedes ngoh

Born in Ottawa Canada, Mercedes Ngoh  has spent most of her life studying creative movement and its use as a form of self-expression and spiritual exploration. It was during her time living in California and working in the music and film industry that she began to practice yoga. As her studies and passion for yoga grew steadily more intense, she gradually moved into teaching. Having studied various forms of yoga the primary style Mercedes now teaches is Vinyasa Flow. Most of her studies have been in California where she has completed a handful of 200hr certifications under various expert teachers.

Her latest teacher training certification was with Prana Flow creator Shiva Rea when Mercedes completed Shiva’s 300hr Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training programme. Now an E-RYT through Yoga Alliance, she conducts the only month long 200hr Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher training intensive in the UK. Mercedes is also co-founder and director of Yeotown Radiant Health Retreat (www.yeotown.com) in North Devon; a haven for connecting deeper to nature, others and oneself. As an avid traveller, she conducts Vinyasa Flow classes, yoga retreats and workshops internationally throughout the year.


Mercedes teaches master classes every few months.  Please visit our events page for upcoming dates.


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michael bartelle

Michael Bartelle (Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500) is a senior teacher in the Ishta Yoga lineage. He teaches group classes and privates, leads Ishta teacher trainings, and practices an ancient Indian bodywork modality called marma point therapy. He received his training from Yogiraj Alan Finger, with whom he continues to work closely. He aims to help students reclaim an attitude of play, embrace the gift of laughter, and brighten the light of their own awareness to illuminate a path back to their true selves.


Michael teaches open level ISHTA yoga on tuesdays from 5:45-7pm


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nicole miller

Nicole’s wealth of wisdom springs from over twenty years of experiential work with the body. Initially trained as a ballet dancer, Nicole went on to dance and teach professionally in the United States. Due to her interest in helping others gain a better awareness of their bodies, Nicole became a personal trainer before realising her greater connection to yoga.

Starting her personal yoga practise with a variety of vinyasa teachers in Colorado, Nicole decided to gain her teaching qualification through the traditional Sivananda school in the Himalayan mountains of India. She has continued to develop her professional skills through various retreats, short-courses, workshops and classes in hands-on adjustments, Vipassana meditation, anatomy and alignment.

Alongside her dedication to yoga, Nicole’s fascination with movement and commitment to personal growth inspires her constant exploration of alternative techniques to incorporate into her classes. Nicole is also currently studying transpersonal integrative counselling and psychotherapy, whilst working as a trainee psychotherapist.

As a yoga instructor, Nicole brings her multidisciplinary knowledge to inspire her classes, encouraging her students to meet their edge in a soft, yet challenging manner whilst honouring their present perfection. For more information please visit her site: www.nicoleamiller.co.uk

Nicole teaches open level yoga flow on fridays from 6-7:15pm


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perla aviram

perla KRI Certified Instructor of Kundalini Yoga as taught by Yogi Bhajan, Perla teaches groups as well as one to one sessions and also works to assist in the recovery from chronic illnesses and addictions.

Her focus is to uplift and empower always. She does so by creating a safe space for people to explore their personal abilities both physically and mentally.

Prior to fully engaging in teaching Kundalini Yoga Perla explored the worlds of Music, Biology, Philosophy and Education all of which have given her insight into the many dimensions of being human and inquiring into the world we live in. This has formed a solid foundation for her spiritual journey where she learned that she wants to serve through interacting directly with people. The practice and teaching of Kundalini Yoga has enabled her to reach out to people and give them tools to improve their lives significantly.

Her aim is to show as many people as possible that they can have control over their life and body. Her classes are a mixture of the physical and the deeply spiritual, offering a deep experience of the connection between mind, body, breath and soul.

Perla teaches open level kundalini on fridays from 6.15-7.30pm


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rachel okimo


Rachel Okimo (www.okimoyoga.com) Rachel has been working within the fields of creative movement and yoga for more than a decade. Her passion for the body and its power to express, create and communicate to ourselves and others, has been prevalent since she can remember. After training with the Alvin Ailey Dance School and completing a BA in choreography, Rachel lived and worked for many years, as a professional dancer in New York city.

In 2005, Rachel travelled to India to  completed her first teacher’s training. Since then, she has immersed herself in the dynamic yoga practice and has completed several 200hr certifications in addition to developing her own dynamic style.

Rachel believes that the creative play and spontaneity within your yoga practice is the key to unleashing inspiration and expression on and off the mat. Her class incorporates music, dynamic sequencing and breath to encourage a creative play between you and the yoga

In addition to her open classes, Rachel’s globally successful yoga event ‘funk the Buddha’ infusing art, live DJ’s, yoga and social space together, continues to run in London and Europe,taking yoga out into the playground of our cities.

Rachel teaches level 2 dynamic yoga flow on mondays from 7.30-8.45pm.


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rali gineva


Rali graduated from White Lotus Foundation in Santa Barbara,LA where she completed her 200 hour certification. Training with Mercedes Ngoh, Ganga White and Shiva Rea her classes integrate Dynamic Vinyasa sequences emphasizing strength, flexibility and balance, healing and detoxifying the body. Be ready to heat up, get an”after class glow” and transform yourself.

Rali teaches level 2 vinyasa flow on saturdays from 11-12.30pm

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rebekah hay brown

Yoga quickly went from being a weekly class to a lifestyle approach in the mid-90s for Rebekah Hay-Brown. She originally began practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa and went on to experience many other forms of yoga. Rebekah gave up her former career in the fashion industry and journalism to teach in 2005, first in Barcelona and now in London. She holds a Yoga Alliance 200 teaching qualification from YogaCampus and is a British Wheel of Yoga Accredited Teacher. Wanting to offer people with health considerations more opportunities to practice and benefit from yoga, Rebekah has completed advanced studies in yoga therapy with the Yoga Biomedical Trust and yoga for pregnancy with Sitaram. She uses yoga as a complimentary therapy for muscular/skeletal issues and medical conditions and has a special interest in women’s health,fertility and yoga for pregnancy.

Rebekah teaches pregnancy yoga fridays 10-11:15am


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sivaroshan sahathevan

SivaroshanSivaroshan is a level I & II trained Kundalini Yoga teacher, learning under the Tutelage of Karta Singh, founder of the Amrit Nam Sarovar International School (ANS). He is committed to the ‘practical’ application of Kundalini Yoga and making it accessible to everybody, regardless of their background or circumstance. Sivaroshan draws upon over 10 years of spiritual eastern practise, which includes Raj Yoga, Buddhism and Ashtanga. His teaching style is direct, uplifting and compassionate. His aim is to empower students to find their personal strength and joy. He is also an accomplished energy healer with experience in several modalities and is currently training to be an IAYT Certifed yoga therapist, with the goal of taking the teachings into a new depth of application.

Sivaroshan teaches kundalini yoga on sundays from 12:15pm-1:30pm


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sue chopping
sue chopping

Trained with YogaArts in Byron Bay, Austrailia, Sue has spent her life involved with movement and dance and started practising yoga ten years ago after a back injury. At first she was looking to strengthen her spine and found the confines of the mat limiting, but with time and patience discovered listening to the breath opened up a whole new level of being. She uses the alignment principles from Iyengar to build a safe foundation and then following the breath to open the body in a flow to build juice/rasa, creating a moving meditation to find the essence of ‘just being’. She have been graced with the example of many wonderful teachers. In gratitude to these teachers she passes on the gems that resonate in her practice and the inner teacher of her heart. She has been inspired by ‘Shadow-Yoga’ and the ‘Prana Flow’ of Shiva Rea. More recently she has been integrating the ISHTA (Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantric and Ayurveda) principles from the lineage of Alan Finger under the guidance of Katrina Repka.

Sue teaches open level yoga flow on tuesdays from 12.30-1.30pm, wednesdays from 9.30-11am and saturdays from 3:15-4.45pm as well as yoga and yoga nidra saturdays 5-6:15pm.


tanja mickwitz
sue chopping

Tanja’s teaches mindful Vinyasa-based Flow with an emphasis on safe alignment. She is known for her varied and creative sequencing, challenging yet centering practice whilst creating a nurturing atmosphere. Students are encouraged to make the practice their own, honouring both their edge and their limitations. Tanja continues to be inspired and amazed by the truly transformative power of yoga, how it can so profoundly enrich our lives off the mat, and she feels it is a privilege to share the joy and the depth of the practice with her students.

Since her first yoga class in 2000 Tanja has explored many different styles of yoga – the discipline and rigour of Ashtanga, the creativity and freedom of Vinyasa Flow, the energetics and philosophy of ParaYoga, more recently the grace and alignment of Anusara – and all these influences are reflected in her teaching. Tanja has been teaching yoga since 2005 and is a qualified British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance teacher having completed her teacher training with The Life Centre (Yoga Campus) Teacher Training Programme in 2006. She currently serves as a Contact Teacher on the Yoga Campus Teacher Training. Her main teacher since 2005 has been Rod Stryker, founder of ParaYoga.

Tanja teaches open level yoga flow on thursday lunch time from 1-2pm. Click here to book

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