Our Teachers


Elizabeth has been practicing yoga and meditation for over 10 years and has had a keen interest in health and fitness throughout her life; training as a gymnast until her late teens. She believes there is a magical quality to the yoga practice which helps us work through life’s issues, physically challenging the body to focus & calm our minds. She is passionate about sharing these qualities in her classes, creating flows which cultivate a sense of exploration & personal enquiry for her students.

She believes yoga is for everyone – and creates a warm and inclusive atmosphere in class, with options so there is something for all students. She teachers vinyasa flow – a flowing & strong style of yoga which allows the student to explore breath with movement.

You can find out more about Elizabeth: www.elizabethstimsonyoga.com


Using creative sequencing to link mindful movement with breath awareness, I nurture a playful approach to practice and a chance to connect with your true self both on and off the mat.

My approach is non-dogmatic and draws on a variety of styles and influences, encouraging you to explore your practice and find your own definition of yoga. We move slowly, with intention and supported by a steady fullness of breath.

There’s something for everyone – whether you’re dipping a toe in the water or you’ve already dived in.

You can find out more about Taz: www.tazyoga.com


Michelle enjoys teaching a slow but strong flowing practice that syncs movement with breath. She emphasizes safe, healthy alignment and the linking of movement with breath (vinyasa) to enhance strength, flexibility + present moment awareness. Michelle endeavours to share yoga in a safe and accessible way and to create a non-competitive, relaxed environment to participate in, so that its many benefits can be appreciated (including greater relaxation, improved concentration and greater self-awareness).Her classes are suitable for all abilities and levels and she offers modifications + alternatives to suit individual differences.

You can find out more about Michelle: www.bloomsbury-yoga.com


Amanda Evans, Amasu, is a senior yoga teacher and therapist. She has been teaching for 30 years. British Wheel of Yoga trained, she began her career as professional dancer/ choreographer/ teacher. Amasu was awarded an International  scholarship to study at Kripalu Yoga Centre in Massachusetts as she specialises in yoga for mental health. She is currently studying an MA in Traditions of Yoga and Meditation in SOAS.  Amanda is also founder of The Yoga Club Brighton, a collective of yoga teachers, therapists, musicians and dancers. She has taught in retreats and yoga teacher trainings all over the world. In 2018 she spent six months teaching in Cambodia and wrote a yoga teacher training manual of which a new edition is in the making.

Amanda is a writer and storyteller; she produced ‘Be In Joy’ – a yoga nidra CD available on request.

You can find out more about Amanda: www.amasu.co.uk


I teach a mindful and breath-led flow, always starting my classes with breathing exercises to connect back with the breath and body. Focusing on free movement and creative flow exploring body awareness and functional movements, delivered in a fun manner and with good humour. Integrating new and novel movements to continually challenge the body and the mind for a deeper understanding of our body sensations when we move, on and off the mat. As a music lover my classes are animated with music that inspire you to flow.

I first came to yoga for the physical benefits and since then my passion has continued to grow. I have been fascinated with the practice and different styles of yoga, particularly how to control the mind and breath through my practice.

You can find out more about Rebeca: www.rebecafaraminyoga.com



I’ve been practicing yoga for over ten years and have studied various disciplines such as Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Yin and Bikram yoga. My classes draw from all of these styles with a mix of dynamic flows and static postures, they are open to all levels. I have a lighthearted approach and encourage students to celebrate what their bodies and minds can do.


Astrid is passionate about sharing her love of yoga with others, helping students realise the power of their bodies through breath and movement. She invites yoga students to come to their yoga mat as they are, not as they think they should be. Her aim is to teach invigorating, energising, strengthening classes with a solid emphasis on alignment and proper posture for safety and full benefit of poses.

Sophie Perry

Sophie is passionate about sharing yoga through teaching in an inclusive and encouraging way – she embraces a slow flow class that allows each student to focus on their own needs.

Drawing on influences from a lot of teaching styles, Sophie’s only specification is that yoga should be enjoyable, easeful and beneficial.


Sarah is originally from Dublin, Ireland. She moved to London after completing her BA in Musical Theatre at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Sarah was introduced to yoga at drama school where she realised that yoga is the practice that centers her when life gets stressful. Sarah finds immense joy in practicing Vinyasa Flow so she encourages a light-hearted approach to practice. Sarah’s aim is to get you to enjoy moving, connect you to your body, clear some space in your mind by being present in the moment, and to feel amazing afterward!