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My yoga style is down-to-earth, practical, physical, straightforward. My classes are mindful but not spiritual, welcoming, and accessible to everyone regardless of your belief or spirituality. You'll learn about alignment, balance, strength, and flexibility, and how to work with your own body in the way that's most beneficial to you. Expect support and encouragement, and hands-on adjustments if that's something that will help your practice. Come with an open mind and bags of enthusiasm!

I currently teach all over the South East, including classes in Blackheath, Greenwich, Clapham, Vauxhall, and Pimlico (see classes page for more details), and am available for one-to-one sessions anywhere in London. 


I first discovered yoga in my teens, practicing with my mother, but it was only once into my 30's that I came back to yoga as a partner practice to rock climbing. I soon realized (as many do) that as well as being an excellent discipline in its own right to help those who have limited mobility and fitness, yoga can also provide huge benefits to many other exercise regimes and this sparked his interest in yoga for climbers, runners, skiers, dancers, movers, gymnasts, and many other activities.

I'm particularly interested in yoga for men.  Yoga was originally practiced by men (only) and I'm keen to redress the balance in modern yoga.  My classes are targeted at men focus specifically on how the male body differs from the female body, and how the male mind differs from the female mind.

London, England
United Kingdom
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Where I Work
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I trained to be a yoga teacher with Mark Freeth and Anna Robertshaw-Freeth at The Freestyle Yoga Project, choosing that particular teacher training course because of its no-nonsense approach to yoga and movement. I am a Registered Teacher with Yoga Alliance Professionals.

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