"I have been teaching yoga since 2009 and practising yoga for fifteen years. Initially, my motivation was to find and cultivate the skills to calm down and live life more peacefully. I quickly felt and enjoyed the other benefits that come from a regular practice of yoga, for me this included toned muscles, a more contented heart, clearer mental well-being and in more recent years, a spiritual outlook on life.
I don't think yoga teaching is a one way street, I believe it's an interaction, where I learn as much myself from the 'students'on their mats as they do from me leading a class.
It'll be my pleasure to welcome you in class soon."
I have recently released some downloadable guided meditations. A pregnancy one is available here. A guided relaxation here. And a yoga nidra for your enjoyment, here.
What Lucy's students say about her classes:
"I love Lucy's yoga classes because they challenge me to attempt things I would never have thought possible and they bring out an inner strength I didn't know was there.
The classes are always so well planned, with everything flowing so beautifully and there is something within them to suit all levels. Lucy has such a lovely sense of humour which make the classes fun, but equally she has a lovely calmness about her which instantly makes me feel calm too". DW
"Lucy's classes are always just what you need! Lucy guides you through the class with expertise and humour .The pefect balance !" LF
"Your heart takes care of everything. You teach us with love and passion." MR
Fiona Daly has been teaching since 2006, she first encountered and fell in love with yoga in 1996. After a long and personal practice she qualified as a Sivananda Yoga Acharya in 2006 in France, later training in Vinyasa Flow Yoga with Claire Missingham in 2010 in London. Fiona has also studied prenatal and postnatal yoga with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Yoga Nidra with Uma her husband, Nirlipta Tuli. She has further studied with world renowned teachers, Donna Farhi, Tias Little, Shiva Rea and Meghan Currie. Her most inspirational teacher however, are her students.
Fiona is accustomed to teaching to varied levels, ages and abilities, beginners to advanced and encourages the individual student to develop and evolve at their own pace, meeting the needs of their current place of ‘being’.
Fiona has a vibrant personality which shines through in classes.
She has explored many forms of yoga over the years but her heart lies with the flowing, organic and often dynamic form of Vinyasa Flow Yoga, though she is never far from her Sivananda roots.
Besides her love of yoga, Fiona is a vegan with a deep passion for dark chocolate.
I like my students to be inspired and to learn, to be open-minded and to explore all possibilities, to feel the connection between body, mind and breath, to grow and be creative with new ideas.
I teach a variety of Yoga Classes spanning all levels of ability and ages. Yoga classes take place at locations around Eastbourne, including Sports Clubs, Yoga Studios, and outdoors in Gildredge Park during the Summer Months.
Styles of Yoga include Hatha and Anusara. I am an experienced Yoga Teacher and Instructor with a Classified Diploma from The British Wheel of Yoga. I have been practising yoga and meditation since 1994 with a range of influences on my teaching style including Classical Hatha, Iyengar and Anusara Yoga. I have been practicing yoga with Michael Trower for a few years and he inspired me to become a yoga teacher and body massage therapist. I am qualified with The British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) and have been teaching yoga since 2002. In 2005 I met John Friend in his workshop in London. Since then Anusara Yoga has opened a new passion for practice. I believe in living life to the fullest, being true to yourself and being responsible for your own health and well-being. I enjoy teaching and sharing my experience through the journey of yoga as an inward search of finding the very best within us – our true nature.
In my classes and workshops you will be practising postures, breathing exercises, meditation and relaxation. During lessons you will learn how to use breath and mindful alignment in the way you feel safe and supported in your practice as well as support your mental and emotional health. Also, I am a fundraiser for Cancer Research UK and Chestnut Tree House Children's Hospice. I do fundraising events and teach Yoga in Gildredge Park during Summer time.
Hello, I am Aggie (Agnieszka Zadanska-Draper). I have been practising yoga for over 7 years and teaching since 2014, when I completed my teacher training course with Yogacampus. I do not have gymnastic or acrobatic background and understand well everyone who feels infexible and cannot touch their toes. I teach alignment based mindful vinyasa and restorative yoga in Eastbourne and in London. My group and private classes are inclusive, so you will feel welcome regardless of your experience, body shape and flexibility levels. Thursday evening class in Anahata studio is a slow flow alignment based vinyasa style. You will learn how to by email.
I found my inspiration for qi gong in my late teen years and was fascinated with how it could have such a profound effect on increasing wellbeing by strengthening the mind-body connection. This led me to study the healing arts and become a Holistic Therapist and Qi gong/Tai chi instructor. I gained my qualifications at Brighton University, also through an intensive 2.5 years Chinese Medicine apprenticeship and then The Shiatsu College, London. I am thoroughly committed to offering this fusion class as a way to help people learn to deeply relax, reconnect mind and body and develop a mindful focus through teaching various exercises and sequences that also offer many physical benefits such as balance, coordination and mobility. I love offering my classes also to community outreach projects and taught at various locations around East Sussex to community settings with Sussex Community Development Association. I then worked closely for 3 years with Active in Recovery helping people struggling with various addictions and mental health difficulties to find a sense of calm and deep relaxation through coming to weekly classes. For me this was very rewarding and enjoyable.
Tai Chi Teacher
Dale fell in love with yoga about seven years ago and so becoming a yoga teacher seemed a natural progression. Enjoying the dynamic classes, Dale also offers the blissful accompaniment of the Crystal and Tibetan bowls to his practice. Teaching at the studio on Sundays, please contact him for when his next class is, on 07770 397092.
I have recently completed my 200hr Vinyasa Yoga teacher training and I am super excited to share my love of yoga with my pupils. I began my practice 4 years ago, previous to this I had attended the gym for 3 years to support my mental and physical wellbeing. Although the gym helped hugely I still wasn’t quite there, when my yoga practice began I quickly identified that all the time I moved my body on my mat my incredibly busy mind was quiet, to me this was a revelation my busy thoughts had been muted which gave me the time and space to explore my mind body and soul and as a result this has completely changed my life and allowed me to achieve things I never thought possible. I cant wait to share this amazing healing practice and the benefits with you all. I will be running a Vinyasa class where we will look at postures and I will support you to create the ideal shapes for your body and how to flow through them to enable you to develop an invaluable home practice.
ASHLEY WALKER CARTER
I'm Em, and I teach Hatha, Yin and Aqua yoga. My love of yoga started in 2012 after I went to a yoga class and felt the benefits, especially the positive effect it had on my mental and emotional wellbeing. I trained as a teacher in 2015, and have been teaching ever since. Yoga gives us an opportunity to find freedom in our bodies, minds and spirits, and is a powerful healer. It can also be a lot of fun!
Yin classes offer an opportunity for you to deeply connect with yourself, finding peace and stillness for your mind, body and soul. We begin with a guided meditation, moving into a slow and intentional floor sequence- holding poses for minutes not breath- before finishing with a deep relaxation.
Yin workshops open the body, improves flexibility, calms the mind, and brings our emotions into balance. The perfect antidote to modern life. This is followed by tea and treats to ground us before heading back out into the world!
My style of teaching is inclusive, warm and friendly. I would love to meet you on a mat soon!