Introductory level 2 – 2010
Junior Intermediate level 1 – 2014
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Erica is a qualified Iyengar teacher who has been practising yoga and meditation more than 30 years, and Iyengar yoga for fifteen. After graduating from University College London with a BA in Philosophy she studied Indian Philosophy under the guidance of the late Swami Muktananda.
Erica has a background in publishing and is author of several books including Meditation, co-authored with Nicholas Wilks and with a foreword by the Dalai Lama, Ten Minute Stress Relief, and The Spirit of Meditation, with a forweord by B.K.S. Iyengar.
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Anne has been a student of Iyengar Yoga since 1972, qualifying as a teacher in 2003, and gaining her Junior Intermediate 2 certificate in 2010. She began yoga classes with the late Penny Neal Smith, who took her to see Mr Iyengar in 1976.
Since then she has studied with Geeta Iyengar in Pune, and here in the UK. From 1998 she was a student of Silvia Prescott until her recent retirement. Anne wants her students to learn more about themselves through Yoga.
Originally from Italy, Marco started practising yoga in the early nineties and has been teaching since 1997 both in East London and at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale. He has visited Pune India several times to study with the Iyengar family and he is an assessor for the UK Iyengar Yoga Association. His teaching style is marked by clear direct instructions and humour.
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Brian has been practising yoga for 20 years, and attended the very first teacher training course at the Iyengar Yoga Institute, Maida Vale. He then studied with Sylvia Prescott for eight years (one of the most respected and senior teachers in Britain and a student of Mr Iyengar himself) and received his teaching certificate in 1988. Although very dedicated to his yoga, Brian has a light-hearted approach to life, and likes to enjoy himself!
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Aubrey is a Junior Intermediate Level 3 Iyengar yoga teacher who has been practising yoga for more than 20 years and teaching for ten. He has been to the Ramamani Iyengar Yoga Institute, Pune on a number of occasions to study with the Iyengar family and studies regularly with senior teachers in the UK and visiting international teachers to maintain his professional development.
Aubrey is a regular teacher at Yogabase, where he holds packed classes on Monday evenings, and is known for his clear and vibrant teaching style, coupled with a good sense of humour. He enjoys working with beginners as well as more experienced students.
Keiko Onishi began practising Iyengar yoga in 1979, and continued her practice through her busy working life. After many years of practice, she wanted to share the beneifts of Iyengar yoga practice and trainded as a teacher. She is an Intermediate Junior Level 3 certified teacher, and started teaching at Yogabase in 2008.
Louise is a fully qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher who has been studying yoga since 1995. As well as being passionate about the practice she has a keen interest in the yogic philosophy. She is a dedicated practitioner, regularly attending classes and workshops with senior teachers to improve her practice and understanding. Her classes are energetic and upbeat. Louise takes great pleasure in helping everyone to improve, no matter what your shape or size! She brings a sense of enthusiasm and humour to her classes. Students work hard but have fun.
Ainhoa found Iyengar Yoga for the first time as a child in the 80’s and then literally run into it again after moving to London from Bilbao in the late 90’s. She discovered this method had a transformative impact on her health and life through the emphasis on alignment and safety in the practice. Iyengar Yoga has since become a central part of Ainhoa’s life and she continues to enjoy discovering new aspects of Yoga in her daily practice.
She is a fully qualified Iyengar Yoga teacher and trained for her teaching certificate at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale, London. She enjoys introducing beginners to the art of Yoga and helping continuing students progress in their practice in a safe, methodical way. She firmly believes everyone can practice Yoga and enjoy its benefits regardless of age, fitness levels, background or experience.
Ainhoa has studied directly with the Iyengar family in Pune twice and continues to deepen her practice through weekly class attendance with her senior teacher, Johanna Heckmann-Mohan and workshops with visiting teachers in the U.K. and abroad.
Ainhoa has a strong interest in the integration of Yoga practice and philosophy in modern life and in making Yoga accessible to everyone.
Ainhoa is a teacher member of the Iyengar Yoga Association U.K (IYA, U.K.) and the South West London and Surrey Iyengar Yoga Institute (SWLSIYI)’.
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Debbie completed her teacher training in India with Master Viswanath, nephew of Patthabhi Jois, and has also spent time with the late Patthabhi Jois in Mysore. She regularly attends International workshops with teachers such as John Scott, Lino Miele, Donna Farhi , Rolf Naujakat, Richard Freeman and David Swenson.
Debbie’s teaching is influenced by the Ashtanga use of breath and bandhas, and she encourages students to practice with an open heart, and to flow with the breath in order to quieten the mind and create lightness and strength.
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Shelley is a warm, friendly and approachable teacher who uses gentle instruction, allowing students to focus on their flow and breath. Her classes are a welcoming space for students to explore the potential of their physical body and build strength, flexibility and fitness.
Shelley has a passion for enabling people of all abilities and ages to create their own practice and challenge themselves in a non-competitive environment. She encourages students to connect to their breath and start to recognise the organic changes that take place mentally and physically through the practice of yoga.
Shelley has been practicing yoga for 5 years and trained in Hatha Yoga with Yoga Professionals in London.
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Marlies’s passion for yoga started in 1996 when she discovered the benefits of yoga while recovering from successful cancer treatments. She qualified as a Hatha Yoga Teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga (Dip.BWY) in 2003, continued her studies with the Yoga Biomedical Trust and holds a Yoga Therapy Diploma [Yth.Dip.(YBT)] since 2008.
Marlies has been teaching for some 15 years, during which her Hatha Yoga style has become more and more influenced by ‘Viniyoga’. In her classes she pays particular attention to the individual needs and present conditions of her students. She teaches Gentle Yoga Therapy for people with arthritis, diabetes and other debilitating conditions, and generally for people who want to practise a less strenuous and less intense style of yoga.
Youla has been studying the art and science of yoga since 2003, teaching for the last four years in London. She has trained in Hatha and Vinyasa Flow Yoga and has also explored other methods such as Iyengar and Ashtanga. Youla’s classes give careful attention to postural alignment and the fluidity of movement and breath, providing a safe space to practice and ultimately have fun. Her teaching approach is challenging yet compassionate, making complex poses accessible to everyone, even beginners. She encourages her students to make the practice their own, moving through postures into a space of stillness, clarity and effortlessness.
Sarah enjoys inspiring others in their yoga practice, whilst recognising that everyone’s journey is different and it is important to accommodate this when teaching. She has a friendly and supportive teaching style and her classes are suitable for a variety of levels, with modifications offered according to the needs of each student.
Sarah firmly believes yoga is for everyone – no matter your age, fitness or mobility level!
She has been practicing yoga for over 10 years, and has experience with many different styles of yoga having practiced Hatha, Ashtanga, Jivamukti and Hot Yoga. The style that she connected with most was that of Vinyasa Flow which is predominantly what she teaches.
Sarah completed her 200-hour teacher training qualification at Shakti Power Yoga in Hammersmith and is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance UK. This accreditation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance UK.
Sarah has been featured in the London Evening Standard and National Geographic’s Traveller – Luxury Collection after teaching classes on the iconic Tower Bridge walkway in London.
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Mercedes is a highly qualified Level 3 Pilates instructor based in Islington. She has first-hand experience in how Pilates can keep you fit, improve posture and increase strength as it helped her overcome her own back pain, postural problems, weak pelvic floor (from her pregnancies) and sports injuries. She uses Pilates to complement her training to help others maintain a healthy body, increase strength, flexibility, balance, and bone density.
She tailors her approach to each individual and draws on the knowledge and expertise she has accumulated through years of experience and attending multiple professional courses. She is a firm believer in a holistic approach to health and she can advise on nutrition and fitness. She will work out a balanced regimen that best suits the client, to improve overall quality of life by increasing strength, flexibility and the overall ‘balance’ of the body. She guides and motivates to ensure that the body is used safely and its true potential is unlocked in a relaxing and gentle way.
With 8 years experience as a Pilates instructor she teaches in various studios across Islington including Yogabase, N1 and Hargrave Hall, N19.
She specialises in 1-to-1 sessions at home, as she feels they are the best way to benefit from Pilates. She also offers small group classes, for couples or friends wanting to try out Pilates together.
Level 3 Pilates Teacher, Level 3 Nutrition and Weight Management, Muscular Assessment, 1-1 Training, Myofascial Release, Pilates and Small Equipment, Healing exercises for Diastasis Recti, C-Section, Plan Exercise for Older Learners, Stability ball training Level 1 & 2, CYQ Level 2 Circuit Training, she is a keen runner, swimmer and cyclist and can advise on any of these. Reps #R0039023.
Katie has been practicing Pilates since late 90s, becoming stronger yet more flexible as each year went by. Certified by Pilates Foundation for both matwork and equipment Pilates, Katie’s classes promote awakening your somatic sense, closely linking breath with a flowing sequence of movement to be present in our body – enhancing body awareness and drawing quality to perform each exercise with precision. ‘With regular practice, Pilates is truly transformational. Your breathing, static and dynamic postures will gradually change as you discover your body’s potential.’
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Jasmin trained with Pilates Foundation and Jessica Moolenaar. She teaches a flowing but precise style of matwork. Her aim is to teach every exercise in the most efficient way; allowing the body to get full benefit. Her classes aim to improve posture, strength, movement and physical awareness. Where she creates an enjoyable, focused and relaxing atmosphere where real physical improvements can be made.
Jasmin has helped clients to manage osteoporosis, arthritis, recovery from breast cancer, disc problems, pelvic pain and pelvic prolapse. She also teaches running injury prevention classes and works with Golf players.
She has qualifications in working with Neurological conditions and clinical anatomy and is passionate about promoting a clinical but holistic approach.
In her spare time she enjoys theatre, good food, Yoga and rollerblading!
Alex Mavrocordatos works closely with individuals and small groups committed to improving their own bodies and themselves. Dynamic Pilates classes are pitched at an Intermediate level, catering to Pilates-active persons releasing residual tensions, working for good alignment, balanced movement, strength and stability. This class incorporates all of Alex’ specialised training , including the management and control of Lower Back Pain, refining posture in order to retain (or regain) a sleeker profile and an active healthy body. The class is open to all ages.
Mind/Body Awareness and Control are key principles of Pilates’ technique and they are the starting point of Alex’s classes.
Alex is a certified Body Control Pilates matwork coach at REPS levels 3 and 4 (Pilates for Lower Back pain). He is a registered Back4Good practitioner and as a BackCare professional, he is a REPS level 4 Specialist Instructor. Further, ongoing, specialised training at BCP has included Intermediate Matwork; work with Older Persons; Bone Health and Osteoporosis; Pre/Post-Op Hip Replacement; Gait and Holistic Anatomy.
Sara discovered yoga during a volunteer trip to India in 2008. Since then, she has been practicing various styles of yoga in different parts of the world. A certified Hatha Yoga, Pregnancy Yoga and Restorative Yoga teacher, Sara encourages her students to listen to their bodies and find balance through their breath. Her classes are usually centred around an inspirational theme that explores yoga philosophy. Her Vinyasa flow classes are energizing, grounding and accessible to all. Expect a gentle and nourishing practice, lots of breath-work and some chanting in her Pregnancy Yoga classes. Sara´s hope is that her students leave class feeling inspired and relaxed.
Simone has had a full time dedicated yoga practice for the last 6 years. While her personal practice is mostly Vinyasa based, she is certified to teach Vinyasa as well as Pregnancy and Post Natal Yoga through Yoga Alliance and Yoga London. When she first fell in love with yoga and established her own continuous practice, she was fortunate enough to have an amazing teacher who inspired her both on and off the mat, taking her yoga practice to a new level by encouraging her to becoming a yoga teacher. Her teacher also happened to be pregnant at the time and through spending many classes practicing together Simone knew that teaching Pregnancy and Mums & Babies yoga was definitely the direction her yoga teaching path was headed in. Simone has seen first hand the amazing benefits Pregnancy and Post Natal yoga can have for mums and babies and through her classes hopes she can pass on the knowledge and inspiration for having a fit and happy pregnancy and a clam and relaxed labour, while creating a space for mums-to-be and new mums to focus on their wellbeing and the wellbeing of their babies by using yoga as a way to nurture and calm the mind and body and stay strong and flexible during pregnancy and as new mums.
Elisa was first drawn to yoga while living in New York City, where her mat became an oasis of calm and clarity. Inspired by her teachers, she completed her yoga teacher training at Laughing Lotus Yoga Center (200-RYT). As her practice deepened, she found herself drawn to the therapeutic applications of yoga, especially as it pertained to pregnancy. After moving to London, she pursued this interest and earned her pregnancy yoga teacher certification with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Lisa White at Yogacampus. She currently teaches basics, open-level, pregnancy and postnatal classes in London.
Elisa’s primary style is Vinyasa, and its flow-like qualities are evident no matter the class type. Her classes are highlighted by intelligent sequencing and creative movement to nurture a continuously evolving practice, suitable for practitioners of all levels. She is forever grateful for every step, whether forward or back, that has ultimately guided her on this path called life.
Elisa is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance UK. This accreditation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance UK.
Belinda started Chi Kung as an alternative approach to deepen her yoga practice, and found a completely new, gentle way of relating to her body. The body as a resource to calm the mind and lull it into a place of peace!
The Chi Kung she teaches incorporates classic Chinese Chi Kung styles with modern body, mind and energy concepts. Belinda is an artist, having trained as a theatre designer at Central St Martins and worked extensively with dancers. Chi Kung is an extension of this fascination with movement, how the body talks and what it has to say.
Michaela is a Voice / Singing / Movement Coach who focuses on developing vocal skills through movement. She conducts voice & movement workshops at the Met Film School in the Ealing Studios and The Actors Centre in the West End; in addition to running her private studio practice.
She draw her knowledge from not only pop, rock, jazz, improvisation and classical voice methodology, but from her training in Fitzmaurice Voicework, Roy Hart Theatre, Estill and Yoga. She finished her Certification at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama & Royal Academy of Music.