Dominique Moorsom
I became interested in yoga some 35 years ago when I was doing a teachers’ training course to become a modern language teacher. The supervisor in the school to which I was sent used to teach the children yoga after school and I joined in.

I then looked for a teacher and found Diana Clifton, an Iyengar trained teacher, who lived nearby. I continued with weekly classes for a while and decided, about 25 years ago, to become a yoga teacher myself.
07981 337770
I have been practising Yoga since 1971 and my initial teacher and great influence and inspiration was Janet Southall. I achieved my BWY Teaching Diploma in 1986. Over the years I have studied Iyengar Yoga with Danielle Arin, Viniyoga with Paul Harvey and Astanga Vinyasa for a short period with Jane Sleven. I began to experience lower back and SI joint problems and spent a lot of money on osteophaths. My Yoga didn’t seem to be going anywhere. In 1991 I attended a workshop with John Stirk. There was something about his way of working which fascinated me. I saw him privately and he gave me a programme/yoga practise to follow every day. This I did religiously. The back improved, as did my zest for Yoga and I became a devotee of a method of working which worked with the body instead of against it.
01895 675426
07876 207408
Jo Manuel
Jo Manuel
Jo took a two year course with John Stirk, Peter Blackaby and Sophie Hoare in 1999-2001. Thereafter she trained as a yoga for the special child therapist. The Special Yoga Centre is the UK home for the yoga for the special child programme offering yoga therapy for infants and children with special needs. In addition to a full schedule of classes, the centre offers a weekly scaravelli inspired class and occasional workshops.
020 8968 1900
I trained to teach yoga with Sophie Hoare, John Stirk and Mary Stewart. My main influence is Vanda’s work and I love working with the breath, gravity and lenghtening the spine. I have to confess that I also enjoy Ashtanga, but shh that’s secret. i don’t teach it but I practice it sometimes for fun. (Not that its’ much fun at the time)!
Laura Shave
07957 475244
Lucy Barnes Fawcett
Studies with Catherine James since 1995.

Took the yoga teacher training 2007-2008 with LYTTC. Teachers included Chloe Fremantle, Giovanni Felicioni, Peter Blackaby,
Christiane Kerr, Lisa Mc Rory, Belinda Shattock, Anne Marie Zulkahari. March 2012 completed “Calm for Kids” teaching modules with Christiane Kerr, Sarah Linsey, and Lisa Mc Rory. BWY accredited and insured.
Ruby Lawson
Sally has been a performer, performance maker and teacher over 12 years – both in university, professional and community settings. Her work interlinks the fields of health, movement, expression, culture and performance.

Sally is the Artistic Director of Sally E. Dean Performing Arts, Inc. (SEDPA) and the Kolaborasi Project. Founded in 2006 the mission of the Kolaborasi Project is to facilitate artistic collaborations and dialogue among American, European and Asian people. For further information visit
Teaching & Classes.
07903 401571
Su Sareen
I have been practising yoga for just over 30 years and teaching since 1991.
I do try to keep my practice fresh – my classes do not follow a rigid pattern and I think it’s often beneficial to use a variety of approaches and different emphases.

Originally Iyengar trained, I have been working regularly with John Stirk since 1987 and was lucky enough to study directly with Vanda Scaravelli. I have also attended regular workshops with Sandra Sabatini and continue to meet regularly with other yoga teachers to share ideas and refine my practice.
Tina Stallard
07778 145204