Teachers for our online classes
Julie de Senneville
Julie’s classes are friendly and informative. Julie approaches each posture with clear teaching techniques to assist students to understand and explore their own range of movement. With practice students start to regain space and flexibility to areas that have been historically stiff and tight, while building up strength in areas that have been weak.
As the physical body transforms the inner journey begins with a corresponding agility and clarity of the mind-body connection.
Julie works with props to adapt the postures to suit students of varying abilities so that each student can work to their maximum potential.
Marie-Flore (BWY Dip) - Hatha Yoga
Freddie (BWY Dip)
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Ian teaches the Astanga vinyasa yoga beginners course’ at Yoga Junction, having been tempted by Nigel and meeting the exacting requirements of ‘not being intimidatingly flexible’. For those starting out in yoga and who maybe be mystified or confused by the myriad styles on offer: astanga may be the perfect starting point. Ian has recently completed further yoga teacher's training with Sarah Powers.
Charlotte is a Yoga Teacher and Massage Therapist, with a particular interest in the therapeutic quality of practice. She is a British Wheel of Yoga qualified teacher and a part of the teaching faculty on a BWY Diploma course. She is trained in therapeutic, deep tissue and 'Advanced Clinical Massage Therapy' and teaches a range of weekly classes, workshops and retreats at the studio.
Photography by Adam Slama
Jeremy started practicing yoga in 1993 when he was at RADA: he used it as a way of grounding, energising and connecting to himself during movement and voice classes as well as performance preparation. He began to teach in 2003 after training at the Life Centre with Tias Little, Rod Stryker and Shiva Rea. Since then he has completed the Hot Yoga training with Kristin Campbell at Triyoga, as well as an intermediate Matwork certificate with Stott Pilates. Yoga is as much about how we interact with others and live in the world as well as the physical movement we do on our sticky mat. His classes focus on awareness, breath, healthy alignment and seek to find the right balance between effort and ease in our practice.