United Kingdom

Christine Howitt
Christine initially studied within the Iyengar tradition and over the years has explored various methods of Yoga as well as studying Chinese medicine, which has enhanced her understanding of the body as an energetic system.

These influences have gradually been integrated into a deeper understanding of the practice of Yoga and her exposure to the inspirational work of Donna Farhi has strengthened this process of understanding.
Simon Hoten
Simon’s teaching style is one of emphasis on the breath, healthy alignment, flow of movement, building strength & flexibility, whilst also giving an opportunity for deep relaxation. He aims for all of his classes/sessions to be open and friendly whilst also being focused.
Paul Betesh
Paul has been practising yoga for over 20 years and teaching for over 10 years. He has had the benefit of some great teachers in yoga, meditation, shamanism, life, the universe and everything! He has studied Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivanannda and Yin Yoga and more recently worked closely with Donna Farhi whose style is closest to what he is now teaching.
Jahna Clark
Jahna is passionate about helping people to experience a sense of well-being and ease in their body and mind, which is why she seeks to teach Yoga and Somatics in a way that nourishes the whole person. All her offerings are an invitation to sense and feel the body from within as a way to deeply reconnect to ourselves.
Louise Cashin
I have practiced Yoga for many years and taught since 2002. For me Yoga isn’t just something you do on your mat with a teacher but a lifestyle, a whole way of living and thinking. I encourage my students to do a little bit of Yoga everyday!

She emphasises the importance of relaxation and breathing in every class she teaches and is very keen on encouraging students to be aware of sensations in their bodies as they move and hold postures.
Mimi Kuo-Deemer
Mimi has been a student of yoga since 1995 and teaching since 2002. She believes yoga is the art of living, listening, and learning to embody a deeply spiritual tradition