Matt Lamburn

Matt Lamburn

Himalayan Hatha

Matt began his journey with yoga in response to an inner calling and discovered a way to connect the mind, body and spirit in flowing, elegant and graceful sequences of movement. As a dedicated student of Yogi Ashokananda and Himalayan Hatha yoga, Matt brings a sense of strength and dynamism to his classes with a focus on the breath, the alignment of the body and the inherent strength and wisdom within our physical form. Matt is a practitioner of many holistic therapies, including Reflexology, Aromatherapy, Crystal Therapy and Reiki, which has allowed him to glimpse the golden thread of all healing and bodywork modalities and their common roots in the science and practice of yoga.

Eryck Brahmania

Eryck Brahmania

Eryck’s years working with some of the UK’s top dance companies has given him a deep understanding of the body, flow, movement as a meditation and anatomical understanding. Trained as a yoga teacher under Claire Missingham’s watchful eye, Eryck continues to study with Claire as well as assist her at triyoga and various workshops.

Students can expect deep yoga assists, brilliant sequencing and traditional roots of yoga using Sanskrit, krama vinyasa, use of precise and detailed anatomical alignment and fantastic uplifting music

Power Flow

Risa Gabrielle

Risa Gabrielle

Mindful Flow

Yoga came into Risa’s life over a decade ago whilst writing a newspaper article about a new studio in town. She never imagined how much this would change her life. Initially, she was drawn to the asana but it was the transformation in her personal life and challenges with anxiety, stress and migraines that kept her going deeper into yoga. This is the magic that Risa shares as a teacher – how yoga can shape and improve life far beyond the mat. ​Risa’s classes are accessible and filled with warmth and humour. All backed by a motivating soundtrack she invites her students to discover what their bodies need and what their minds can let go of. Risa teaches classes across London ranging from restorative yoga, mindful and dynamic flow, specialising in yoga for sleep and insomnia.

Lily Basnet

Lily Basnet

Lily is a central London based Pilates teacher, Alan Herdman and BASI ( Body Arts and Science International ) qualified - mat and equipment. BASI Pilates is a leading Pilates education academy with a reputation for innovation, dedication and academic excellence. Lily specialises in postural alignment, remedial, post injury, pre and post-pregnancy and all levels of Pilates, with experience of teaching in various kinds of Pilates environments, studio, mat, groups and privates that spans over 10 years. She arrived at Pilates from a personal training, sports massage, sports nutrition and foundation osteopathy background and also recently qualifying in Sufism meditation teacher training. Lily's warmth and attention to detail in each class is second to none.

Valentina Fruzzetti

Valentina Fruzzetti

As well as being a Pilates teacher, Valentina is a Professional Dancer, Dance Teacher & Artistic Director. She trained with the Body Control Pilates Association, gaining her basic matwork qualification in 2016, and has since gone on to study Intermediate Pilates, Advanced, Reformer , small equipment and has completed various special population courses. Valentina is a passionate, energetic and experienced teacher with a great track record of improving a client’s knowledge and understanding of Pilates. She is results orientated and is dedicated to achieving the highest possible standards.

 

“Pilates is learning how to move the body in the best ways possible and my mission is to enable all of my clients to increase their connection to their bodies and to healthy movement. I have the ability to inspire passion, and for me it is crucial to share this, teach the knowledge I have and learn from every body I meet. Relationship and trust with my clients are my priority as we work toward goals.”

Amanda Dufour

Studio Flow 1/2

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After training as a dancer and performing across Europe and the Middle East, Amanda came across yoga and was instantly hooked. Yoga complemented her dance training, helped her with recovery from injuries and made the bustle of London a little easier to cope with. Since completing her initial teacher training with The Power Yoga Company in 2015, she is now a 500 hour Certified Yoga Teacher.

Amanda teaches a dynamic Vinyasa Yoga class, drawing on influences from a dance and athletic background. Focusing on breath and alignment, the practice will help build muscle tone and strength as well as improve flexibility. In addition to the physical benefits, the practice incorporates mindfulness and meditation to destress. Sure to challenge but also leave you feeling grounded and relaxed.

Francesca Abbott

Yin

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Francesca grew up in London and from a young age trained as an Irish dancer. She then spent a few years travelling the world with shows including ‘Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance’.

 

She started Yoga nearly 10 years ago to relieve physical injury and improve flexibility. After some time, Yoga became an important part of her weekly routine. That was especially because she started to feel transformational changes in not just physical tension and tightness, but more importantly her mental health. She noticed she was calmer and more at peace within herself day to day.

 

She then went on to complete her first training in Ashtanga Vinyasa with Santosha Yoga in 2016. Now, countless classes, workshops and trainings later, Francesca loves sharing Vinyasa, Yin and Yoga Nidra online and in person. She aims to always create a space for you to feel safe, supported, encouraged and (most importantly) happy!

Lucinda Goodman

Yin Yoga 

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Luci’s journey into yoga began thirteen years ago whilst at University when she was introduced to hot yoga by a friend. Initially recognising the physical benefits it wasn't long before she recognised the mental and emotional ones as well. 

 

Going on to try other forms of yoga Luci immediately fell in love with Yin yoga from the first class she experienced, so much so that she went on to do her 200 TT in Bali in Yin and Ashtanga, chosen predominantly because it had the yin component... and was in Bali!

In alignment with the values of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Luci believes that both the physical and emotional are connected and that wellbeing is found by harmonising body and mind therefore an all encompassing approach is best to achieving this. Her classes are aimed to create stillness in the body and peace in the mind. Classes are set to relaxing music to help achieve the full restorative effects Luci hopes to bring to class attendees.