Kelly Thistlethwaite

Kelly Thistlethwaite

Emily Weathers

Emily Weathers

Travelling India, the birth place of Yoga, to train was the most beautiful and challenging experience. It taught me an inner calm when faced with adversity and to accept that strength is balanced with a softness that we sometimes label as failure in the Western world. Let yoga be your union, your acceptance that all experiences and people are unique and different and allow it to help you accept this about you, the individual you, without judgement or comparison to others.

Zoe Scaife

Zoe Scaife

I have been teaching pilates for over 16 years and have experience of working with various clients from rehabilitation clients to athletes in various disciplines. With my dance training I have a good understanding of movement and discipline. My down to earth approach makes my classes fun and adaptable for all abilities. I am so excited to be able to bring pilates to Yorkshire Yogi.

Katy Szarko

Katy Szarko

I have been practising yoga for 18 years and My personal practice is playful and creative, moving with instinct and curiosity about where my body and breath and state of mind can lead me and this shows itself in my teaching style. I encourage students to embrace and own their practice, to watch and learn from their breath and to connect to their spirit. What I learn about myself on the mat, I take into my life off the mat and I'm a much kinder person for it.

Grace Mullany

Grace Mullany

I am an Ashtanga student, rock climber, peanut butter lover and yoga teacher. My main training in guiding people through yoga came from a school in Northern India and I practice regularly under KPJAYI authorised Ashtanga teacher Joey Miles and I have recently begun being guided into the second series. I love to help people both physically within their practice, as well as helping them to find ways to focus and calm the mind.

Matt Appleton

Matt Appleton

I first came to yoga ten years ago and began teacher training in 2015. At this time I started a daily personal practice and discovered Ayurveda, both of which had a huge positive impact on my lifestyle. My teaching has a holistic and integral approach, which is influenced by a traditional system of Hatha Yoga. It is a grounding, nourishing practice - the perfect antidote to busy modern living.

Mavra Kakaratzi-Root

Mavra Kakaratzi-Root

I am a highly qualified, motivated, energetic Pilates instructor. A strong believer in the benefits of Pilates and how natural fluid movement and breath control can improve mind and body. My interest in physical activity led me to pursue a career in Pilates. I hold numerous Pilates qualifications (Teaching Pilates, Barre Pilates, Ante Natal and Post Natal Fitness) and currently I'm due to complete Polestar Pilates' Comprehensive course.

Elouise Ridge

Elouise Ridge

I fell in love with Vinyasa Flow practice a few years ago. I completed my Yoga Alliance 200 hour Vinyasa flow in March 2018 in Spain. I had the privilege of practicing and learning with numerous authorised teachers. Through teaching I hope to inspire people to challenge theirselves, find space to grow, and deepen their own practice. I strive to energise my students each time on the mat so they leave the mat feeling better than when they began.

Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson

I was diagnosed with a health condition seven years ago that restricted my participation in many sports. I was determined that I would find a way to move again. I started Pilates and Yoga to help manage pain and I was amazed at the results. I completed my Teaching Pilates Diploma in 2016. My clients are my inspiration and my aim is to share my love and passion of Pilates and movement with all.

Julie Morris

Julie Morris

Louise Harris

Louise Harris

I practiced Iyengar yoga for 20 years before I discovered Astanga. My passion for Ashtanga inspired me to undertake my teacher training and I will be a certified teacher in September. I am also a mindfulness instructor offering one to one and small group coaching. My love of meditation is reflected in my teaching style.

Amanda Kitchen

Amanda Kitchen

I began practising yoga four years ago and was offered a place on the Yogacampus teacher training diploma in June 2017. I am passionate about sharing my experience and knowledge to allow people to use the tools and techniques as a mechanism to deal with the challenges that life can throw at them. For me yoga it isn’t about the destination but about the journey and I believe that yoga is for everyone.