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About Blog – YogaLondon is a dedicated yoga teacher training school offering a diverse range of Yoga Alliance accredited programmes. We teach in a non-dogmatic way, encouraging trainees to find their own authentic style whilst still respecting the yoga tradition
About Blog – Here at Yogamatters, we are committed to living out our yoga principles both on and off the mat. We genuinely believe that yoga matters. That every body is a yoga body and that everybody can benefit from a regular yoga practice. Our team includes yoga teachers and students with a breadth of experience who are united in their passion for yoga.
About Blog – Triyoga is a centre of excellence for yoga, Pilates and treatments. We believe that yoga is the best practice for mental, emotional, physical and spiritual wellbeing, and that yoga is not just what we do on the mat, but how we live our whole lives. Read our latest blog posts from the experts in holistic health and wellbeing at triyoga. From yoga to recipes to philosophy, find our wellbeing advice
1 Crown Square, Woking, Surrey
About Blog – Akram Hot Yoga is NOT a style of yoga. Akram Hot Yoga is the name of our yoga sanctuary. We don’t claim to offer you a style of yoga you have not seen before. Our studio attempts to remain true to the traditions of yoga whilst at the same time embracing that yoga has evolved over time.
About Blog – A Krishnamacharya, Manju Jois and Richard Freeman inspired, Simon Borg-Olivier informed, slightly Vinyasa Krama modified, soft, slow, half Primary/half Second Series Ashtanga Yoga practice
About Blog – The benefits of yoga are amazing, but often the people who would benefit most can’t access it. So in 2014 our founder, Anne, started a movement to combat this problem. Since then Yoga Quota has worked to make yoga accessible to vulnerable groups. Yoga Quota spreads the benefits of yoga to those who need it most.
About Blog – Welcome, my name is Dora. I am originally from Hungary currently living in the UK with my husband and 3 children. I am passionate about all things Yoga and Ayurveda. My life’s mission is to introduce these wonderful systems to students, to help them nurture their body, mind, and spirit by clearly and compassionately guiding them through a yoga practice that is skillful, intelligent, and enjoyable
About Blog – CAMYOGA is a Cambridge based non profit social enterprise created to benefit the health and wellbeing of the people of Cambridge, and those from all over the world wishing to train as teachers at a centre of excellence, in a city of excellence in the UK.
Epping, Essex, UK
About Blog – My blog is about my own personal yoga journey towards contentment. A blog about my yoga classes, yoga workshops and UK yoga retreats plus sustainable living, allotments and cooking in Epping, Essex, UK
Bath & all over the UK
About Blog – YOGADOO was started in 2015 by Qualified UK Yoga Alliance and RKY Yoga Instructor, Lucy Aston. YOGADOO teaches Yoga and Mindfulness to children, young people and adults in communities and schools across Bath and Bristol.
About Blog – Children Inspired by Yoga was created by interactive designer, yoga-teacher and entrepreneur Sam Petter. Whilst on maternity leave Sam dreamt of a class for her baby son where the fun and magic of childhood were ignited whilst learning new skills for life and remaining true to her ethical principals
About Blog – Beinspired’s intention is to inspire and empower individuals to realise their true potential in life so that they can lead more fulfilling lives. In so doing, Beinspired hopes that people may live more conscious, authentic and creative lives, in touch with their truth, standing up for what they believe in and making a positive difference to their relationships and to the world.
About Blog – Discover how your body’s natural state is light, fluid, supple and flexible. Learn how to be strong without the need for strength leading to a very different experience of moving with ease and balance.
About Blog – A wonderful yoga space in the heart of London Bridge unveiling the timeless wisdom of yoga. The traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa method of yoga brings strength and flexibility to the body but more importantly relaxation and clarity to the mind. Scott reflects on popular posts from the Stillpoint Yoga London blog to help give you a fresh perspective on your practice for the new year.
About Blog – If you’re interested in yoga and care who made your yoga kit, welcome to yogaunited and our own brand, yogamalai. We go to India every year to visit the individuals who lovingly make our products, we take groups on yoga holidays, and love talking about yoga, related practices, India, ethics, energy, colour, and style. Read our blog to know more
London E14 next Canary Wharf
About Blog – Get Yoga tips for complete beginners’ to advanced, from calm to vigorous yoga, whatever you are looking for – you’ll find it here.
About Blog – I have been practicing yoga since the 1990s and trained to become a teacher with Shakti Power Yoga, a registered Yoga Alliance school, qualifying in December 2011. I teach Vinyasa, Dynamic, Power, Ashtanga and Yin yoga. I adapt classes to the needs or the level of participants.
About Blog – Welcome to the Special Yoga Blog! Here you’ll discover stories from the Special Yoga team and our practitioners that give you an insight into what we do and the wonderful community of people we support.We provide Special Yoga therapy to kids with special needs and offer certified teacher training to help more children embrace their potential
About Blog – I’m a journalist, writer and blogger who has practised many different styles of yoga – on and off – for more than two decades in London, Manchester and Bristol, where I now live. WannabeYogi was born from wanting to combine my love of writing with my love of yoga. Welcome to my WannabeYogi, my yoga, health and wellbeing blog.
About Blog – Real flow yoga is a yoga teacher training 200-hour course accredited by the yoga alliance professionals. The course takes place in Portugal and East Sussex. Our mission is dedicated to creating inspiring and adaptive yoga teachers.
About Blog – Yoga Inspires is a thriving community of kind-hearted women who are interested in yoga and meditation. Women who want to enhance their lives and the lives of their families and community. To love more, give more, breathe and be.
About Blog – I first discovered yoga in 2007, when I first moved to London to pursue my first career as a journalist. At the time, I was working long hours and late nights, and cycling miles and miles across the capital each week. Yoga provided a welcome relief to the pressures of the hectic newsroom. That one class had me hooked, and yoga was a constant as I worked my way up the journalism ladder.
Camberley, South East
About Blog – Yoga Raconteur is the journalistic arm of Yoga Mind and Body. We promote yoga as a challenging, enjoyable, behavioural and methodical practice for developing, sustaining, and prolonging personal health, physical fitness, wellness, and wellbeing, for all who choose to learn.
About Blog – Deva is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘Heavenly Divine. Anything of excellence’ It is also refers to a Deity, God or simply a Celestial being. Our passion is to make yoga available to everyone, young and old, men and women, children and teens. We have small classes, wich allows our team of professional and gifted teachers to support, guide and assist you to get the most out of your practice.
About Blog – Intelligent Yoga Teacher Training is an accredited 200 hour yoga teacher training course with Catherine Annis, Tanya Love, Gary Carter, Peter Blackaby. Read all the latest Scaravelli inspired yoga news, events and interesting articles here at the Intelligent Yoga Training Course (IYTT)
About Blog – Iyengar Yoga Manchester offers a range of general and specialist ‘iYoga’ classes suitable for people of all ages and abilities. Developed by Carolyn Ferguson, a highly experienced and qualified Iyengar yoga teacher based in South Manchester, iYoga sessions provide a warm, friendly and safe environment in which to improve your health, physical and emotional wellbeing.
About Blog – Hi I’m Jasmine. I’m the yoga teacher and enthusiast that founded Stretch and the City Yoga in 2013 with a vision to try and make London a little more enjoyable. Read about yoga, health living and great food.
About Blog – Welcome to Laura Green Yoga. Laura Green is an international yoga teacher and the founder of ‘Soul Retreats’ a Yoga Retreat Company. Feel energised with one of Laura’s incredible yoga classes in Hampshire.
Lakeville & Mendota Heights MN
About Blog – Green Lotus yoga was created in 2006 by Carol Murphy, yoga teacher of 20 years Its mission is to help deepen students practice; their connection with themselves and others and to train teachers to help spread the gift of yoga
About Blog – – I discovered Yoga when I was in Argentina, whilst living in Buenos Aires, managing an African percussion group and Performing Arts School. As a busy working mother with two small children, and little spare time, I found the practice of Yoga helped to bring balance to my hectic life
About Blog – A friendly boutique studio located in the heart of Wandsworth. Our desire is to offer yoga and pilates for all abilities and to make our classes inclusive and accessible. Our wish is to bring an oasis of peace and calm into the local community, a space to unwind, relax, cultivate a healthy lifestyle and meet like-minded people on our blog
About Blog – I have a natural love of teaching that I hope is evident in my classes. I see myself as a ‘professional Yoga teacher’. I take my responsibilities as a teacher very seriously. I adhere to my professional body’s guidance carefully. I undertake ongoing professional development. It also means I take great care as a ]teacher to take care of my students and to ensure their individual improvemen
About Blog – Rose Ann has been practicing Ashtanga yoga since 2005 and over the years it’s taken her to London, Thailand, Goa and the home of Ashtanga, Mysore in Southern India. Rose Ann is dedicated to teaching traditional Ashtanga yoga and loves sharing her knowledge and experience.
About Blog – Natalie is a yoga teacher, meditation guide, health coach, and advocate for social change for the well-being of society and the environment. Her approach blends ancient and contemporary practices that cultivate our vitality, mental and physical awareness and our connection with the world
About Blog – Hi I’m Ross, also known as “Yogi P” I have been teaching in some form for almost 10 years as a personal trainer, spin instructor or yogi, having also spent valuable time travelling and learning at university during that period. I left my job as a duty manager in a gym to go to South Goa, India to get the required training needed to be able to pass on my experience via the pathway as a yoga teacher
About Blog – A Yogi for 20 years, I discovered yoga on my first travels around the world in my young 20’s. My style of teaching keeps growing and developing over the years. I continue all the time attending inspirational workshops and training to share with my students.
About Blog – Natasha teaches on a one-to-one basis in her private yoga room in Birling and specialises in dealing with back issues and teaching pre and post natal yoga on a one to one basis. Natasha also taks about yoga for injuries, hatha yoga and much more on her blog.
About Blog – ’m not your stereotypical ‘yogi’ – I don’t live on a diet of kale and turmeric lattes. Your yoga will be different to mine and mine will be different to the next persons, but I can promise you, that even when it’s ugly, it’s beautiful. I started my journey practicing Bikram yoga for the physical benefits, and it’s perfectly ok if thats how your starts too.
About Blog – I’m a British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance Professionals qualified yoga teacher. I offer yoga classes, workshops, individual yoga, foundation & teacher training, & retreats. My philosophy is that yoga is suitable for everyone and that it should be adapted to each individual to suit their needs on any individual day.
About Blog – Through my training with the British Wheel Of Yoga you will be secure in the knowledge that I have undergone professional training. I’m qualified to guide & teach you expertly & safely. Anyone can practise Yoga, you don’t need to be flexible! The more you practice you will notice the changes: greater strength & flexibility ,improved posture, manage stress, injury prevention & some “me” time.
About Blog – Surrey Yoga Therapy aims to help you discover optimal wellbeing through yoga practices specifically tailored to your body, your lifestyle and your needs. A yoga therapy blog exploring how yoga can help us to manage a variety of physical and mental health concerns, and restore optimal wellbeing and balance.
South West, England
About Blog – At The Yogi we believe that yoga is meant to be easily accessible for everyone to facilitate health and personal growth. Yoga for life. Embrace your power, be the yogi
About Blog – Nicola brings her own yoga and healing experiences to her teaching, encouraging and supporting the individual to become self-aware and find inner peace. She is inspired by Sivananda & Anusara yoga styles, completing her 200hrs training in 2014 with Naomi Seager and Charlotta Martinus. Nicola is a Yoga Alliance Professionals registered and insured teacher.
About Blog – A Yoga i-D invites individuals to practice Yoga, connect with their own body and witness their mind. A Yoga i-D aims to help individuals find a Living Connection with Yoga that reconnects their inner self and rhythms of their own life, to enhance wellbeing.
About Blog – Based in the beautiful Lake District, I teach yoga because … I love it! A long-time advocate for movement medicine and a holistic approach to health, I integrate asana, meditation, pranayama and philosophy in a way that inspires students to take their practice off the mat and into the world. I like yoga because it makes us feel better. And when we feel better, we act better.
About Blog – Hello there! I’m Jenny, a excitable early bird who enjoys nothing more than a sunrise yoga session then a well deserved hearty breakfast afterwards! Yoga is for everyone, whether you’re doing it for fitness, health, mental wellbeing or just for a bit of fun.
About Blog – Teaching yoga gives me a profound sense of purpose & fulfilment. I believe that yoga can serve all people from all walks of life & it is my wish to share its gifts to those who wish to travel on an incredible journey of love, happiness & self-discovery.
About Blog – Yoga Local is a heart-centred full-of-integrity business with two big, fat and juicy aims: To add value and improve people’s worlds through the tools of yoga (mindful movement, conscious living and no-nonsense nutrition). and to provide an online home-to-roost for wellness seekers and providers at Yogalocal.co.uk
England, United Kingdom
About Blog – Yoga can mean different things to different people and no matter who you are you can reap some benefits. I generally teach Vinyasa Flow yoga which offers a combination of flowing movements and holding poses that help to improve both cardiovascular fitness and muscle strength.
About Blog – Jo has been practicing yoga for 30 years. Originally under the guidance of Barbara Currie and Ruth White at the age of 16 and from that time connected with the power of yoga.Nourishing mind and body using yoga, yoga therapy and mindfulness as your tool to find what feels good.
About Blog – Hi, my name is Geri and I began practising yoga in the early 1970’s watching Lynn Marshall on TV. Yoga really is a ‘Science for Life’ that has and continues to sustain me. Yoga is an integral part of my life and I’m passionate about practising and teaching Yoga. I aim to always keep my classes welcoming, relaxed and fun. The main objective is not to tie yourself in knots but to ‘un-tie’ them.
About Blog – Holly has been enjoying yoga and meditation for more than 15 years and is passionate about the benefits of yoga in everyday life. She believes that yoga can be more attractive and accessible to all. Her approach shares true traditional yoga teachings as a modern life science, helping people apply these in their everyday life – in a way that’s practical and easy to understand.
About Blog – I am a 1000-hrs registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Independent Network. I’ve been studying and practicing yoga since 2009. Today, combining the principles of anatomy with yoga, I aim to provide yoga students with clear instructions, adapting practice to their uniqueness, comforting hands-on adjustments and a joyful yoga practice.
About Blog – I am a Yoga teacher in West London with 16 years practice.My classes are a combination of Intelligent Sequence (Vinyasa Krama) with more steady poses. Pranayama is essential in my classes because the breath has a deeper Physiological, Psychological and Energetic effect than Asana practice. Read my blog to know more.
About Blog – Babycrow is a fledgling yogini living in UK. Blogs, like yoga practice, simply reflect a moment in time and are always a work in progress, and babycrow is very aware that many of her thoughts will remain half-formed for some time while she catches up with herself: her understanding of yoga, like her execution of asanas, is changing all the time.
About Blog – I live north of London, UK. I crave a better work- Life (Yoga) balance, it’s getting there, work part time and practice every day. Love my Ashtanga practice,it has kept me going and at times has been the reason I have opened my eyes and carried on
About Blog – I teach yoga classes in Brighton & Hove, and yoga workshops and courses in London, Scotland and elsewhere in the UK. I teach an approach to yoga that respects individual difference and the natural capacity of the body to heal itself. My teaching is creative and non-dogmatic, inspired by the work of Vanda Scaravelli and Mary Stewart, as well as Insight Meditation and the Feldenkrais Method.
About Blog – I have been a yoga student since my early 20’s, I was living in London and had a stressful job and lifestyle – so attending yoga classes became my sanctuary.Well that was 26 years ago and here I am still teaching and of course still studying and learning as yoga is a way of life and life long journey.
About Blog – We are Ade and Sally Belcham. We are yoga practitioners, teachers and body centred therapists. We work with a wide variety of students and clients using four related but distinct methods – yoga, craniosacral therapy, pre-natal & birth therapy and the Rolf method of Structural Integration.