Beth came to yoga as a compliment to other pursuits such as climbing and mountaineering but soon found the practice had its own immeasurable benefits not only to her body but also her mind. After several years of practice she decided to deepen her knowledge and travelled to India to gain her 200hr training in Ashtanga and Vinyasa. She studied traditional Indian yogic philosophy under Sudhir Rishi which opened her mind to more than just the physical asanas that are commonly practiced in the western world. She continued to travel on to practice and teach in Thailand, New Zealand and Peru.
Beth loves bringing people of all backgrounds together on the mat. Her classes are suitable for beginners through to more experienced yogis and her style is fun, dynamic and mindful.
Yoga has been part of my life and my passion for 23 years, I put this down to my Indian heritage (I have my grandmother to thank for that). It has been a constant in my life throughout growing up and raising my 4 boys. My Yoga journey has led me to teach Yoga Classes and Yoga Trapeze Classes in my own unique, disciplined but light-hearted way, at Emayoga I mix hatha and vinyasa to stretch, tone, warm the body and boost metabolism.
Hazel is passionate about yoga, and the profound effects it creates for physical and emotional wellbeing. Her focus is on a healthy, happy yoga practice for all students.
Trained by the renowned Claire Missingham, Hazel works with total beginners as well as pro athletes, tailoring each practice to the needs of the student. From private sessions to teaching full football teams, Hazel invites students to focus on themselves – encouraging them on a journey to find a practice that suits their individuality and truly serves them, in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
Hazel is very enthusiastic about delivering engaging, exciting Vinyasa classes. Expect uplifting music and strong flowing sequences, linking movement to breath. Using meditation, asana and pranayama, classes are carefully sequences to be exciting and effective in guiding students through the postures to lead them to an openness both of body and mind, creating a yoga experience that ties together mind, body, and spirit.
I have practised yoga for nearly 20 years studying Iyengar, Hatha and Vinyasa Flow . I always loved the physical benefits of yoga but really never explored the more subtle body and mental benefits until, following treatment for ovarian cancer, I lost all love for yoga. At this point I discovered a much deeper practice turning inward and finding movement from a different place, it completely changed my life. I experienced such huge benefits from this shift that I felt compelled to bring these benefits to others. I have studied with Yogacampus completing 100 hours of a teacher training course and a 30 hour yoga therapy course with Doug Keller. I continue to study with Yogacampus and feel hugely passionate about bringing a mindful and accessible practice to all. My hope is that anyone considering trying yoga for the first time may take that first step and join me to start their yoga journey and those who already practice arrive on the mat with an open heart and mind.
I went to a local Yoga class. I was reluctant but by the end of the class, that was it, I felt an energetic shift and I felt well, lighter. I continued with my practice and quickly progressed to vinyasa flow. I caught the yoga bug as they say and wanted to help others and spread the yoga love.
I trained with Claire Missingham in London and completed my 200 hour teacher training in August 2015. I also took additional private classes with Claire, an expert in the art of assists, to deepen my own skill in this area. I teach vinyasa flow, hatha yoga and private classes. My approach to the practice and teaching is highly disciplined and I pay meticulous attention to alignment but at the same time my classes are fun, dynamic and energising.