Liz is a Hatha Yoga teacher whose initial training was with The Life Centre now known as Yogacampus and has also trained with and is a member of the British Wheel of Yoga – London Region, Restorative Yoga, Yoga Therapy, Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga. Liz’s background before Yoga training was a Drama and Movement Therapist. and brings this interest in the therapeutic aspects of yoga into her teaching.
Ling has been practicing yoga since 2001 and teaching since 2007. She is passionate in helping people ‘to come home to themselves’ and to feel deeply nourished by finding harmony and calm in their minds and freedom in their bodies from today’s hectic lifestyles. Her classes blend together alignment based flowing movements and longer-held poses that build strength, stamina and stability. Ling is passionate about teaching yoga in a hands-on personal non-dogmatic way. She shares information on anatomy and benefits of poses for the physical and subtle energetic body that encourages practitioners to challenge themselves whilst remaining compassionate and honouring their own bodies and acting with kindness to themselves.
Ling combines her extensive trainings in yoga and knowledge in various holistic therapies and is also trained in Thai Yoga Massage, Herbal Ball Compress, Abdominal Chi and Vibrational therapy with Tok Sen and Sound Healing with Himalayan Singing Bowls.
Claire teaches Hatha Yoga – incorporating posture, breathwork and meditation in to her classes. Claire’s teaching highlights the importance of finding balance in body, mind and spirit to work towards optimum health and happiness.
Alison is a friendly and welcoming teacher, bringing humour and warmth into her classes.
She has been teaching yoga since 2010 and has studied to be a yoga teacher in London and India.
Alison’s Hatha yoga classes include breathing and mindfulness techniques, relaxation and a mixture of traditional poses and short flow sequences in order to achieve the combined benefits and enjoyment of the most popular styles of yoga.
Alison believes that yoga should be enjoyable and available to everyone. It does not matter how flexible you are or whether you can touch your toes. Every pose can be adapted.
Alison particularly enjoys teaching pregnancy yoga as this enables her to combine her two passions of yoga and midwifery in order to help each woman remain fit and active throughout pregnancy. Alison provides easy and practical techniques to help you de-stress, relax and enjoy being pregnant and focus on your own health and fitness and your baby.
Alison is able to incorporate all her midwifery and yoga knowledge in order to help you learn positions, breathing and relaxation techniques that can be used during your pregnancy, labour and birth and after your baby is born.
Alison has also worked within nursing and midwifery since 1993 across UK, New Zealand and Australia. She is also a teacher trainer in pregnancy yoga for Birthlight.com.
Laura Glaser is a yoga and dance teacher and has practiced various forms of yoga since the late 90’s. Her professional background in contemporary dance and the studying of somatic practices (body-mind techniques) influence her teaching of Hatha Yoga.
Thea fell in love with yoga during her very first lesson in 2011 and continues to practice yoga on and off her mat on a daily basis ever since. Initially drawn to yoga’s physical benefits, she soon realized that yoga had much more to offer and started to study yoga philosophy and to practice meditation.
In 2013 she completed the 500hr yoga teacher training “The Rising Moon” at Yoga&More in Berlin. Her practice and her teaching are inspired by many different teachers and styles (Vinyasa, Hatha, Hot Yoga, Yin Yoga, Iyengar and Ashtanga).
Thea believes that yoga is for everybody and every day. But every day and every body is different. Therefore she invites her students to explore their own body and mind over and over again, from a new perspective, with fresh eyes. In her classes she shares her own passion for yoga and meditation, and focuses on alignment and breathing as well as joy and enjoyment.