emily first got into yoga to help stretch aches + pains from working long hours. after her first class…. followed by lots of hot classes, she was hooked! outside of classes, you’ll find emily providing holistic therapy treatments at yahra, lost in a book or enjoying a country walk.
favourite food? 'burritos, curry, sushi and thai food.. on rotation please!'
random fact not many people know about you? 'I’m such a fan of the theatre, one of my early work experiences was at mamma mia in london'
juita attended her first meditation class in 2015 when going through a difficult transition in her life. she believes it saved her sanity + also helped her through the grief of losing her father in 2017.
why did you first begin yoga? / 'I came to yoga to reconnect mind and body, and it completely changed my life - it had and continues to have a transformative effect on my mental health. I get on the mat to come home to myself'.where did you train? / I completed my 200hr training, with orange yoga and am currently studying my 500hr advanced teacher training in cheltenham.
cindy started her first class in university and hasn’t stopped practicing since! she has been teaching for 15 years – we know, she doesn’t look old enough!
cindy has gained her training + qualifications while in taipei, hong kong, beijing + india cindy’s teaching style is empowering, inspiring + informative
outside of class you’ll find cindy running or playing the handpan
random fact others may not know? cindy is also a padi scuba diver!
random fact not many people know? / 'i’m a pretty open book but some people don’t know that I grew up in cyprus'
zoe was first drawn to yoga to help with aches + pains from running + felt it was the perfect transition from her contemporary dancing. when zoe's not teaching you will find her cooking, eating or feeding!
zoe's style of teaching is uplifting, playful + modern with roots in the ancient practice. she also has a particular interest in finding out which poses combat certain ailments + is a big believer in holistic health.
your favourite books? / 'on chesil beach' by ian mcewan + 'this is going to hurt' by adam kay