Charlotte has been my yoga teacher for nearly 3 years now. As well as teaching me the majority of my Asana knowledge, she has also taught me that it’s OK to laugh during a class, in fact, it’s better if you do! I couldn’t ask for a better teacher.
I’ve been following Dana online for a few years now and I’ve been lucky to go to her UK workshops. Her lessons on the Yamas along with Yoga and Social Justice have changed my personal practice and inspired me to include these important lessons in my own teachings.
I’ve always had my yoga classes directly with Charlotte, but she now also teaches classes at The Hive. I work about 30 seconds away and I’ve been really enjoying the Yin yoga classes with Sam. A great place to go for yoga, a massage or a coffee!
I’ve decided to complete my YTT with Yoga Quota. I love that they have a focus on accessible yoga, that they offer charity classes and that they have a YTT scholarship programme for individuals who identify as Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic/People of Colour and/or LGBTIQA+
The majority of photographs used on my website and social media are from the following photographers:
It took me such a long time to find images of yoga which showed diverse yoga classes and practice. I’m so grateful to these photographers for sharing real images of people practicing yoga, regardless of size, fitness and race. Thank you.
Free for commercial use photography sites:
Burst (Shopify) – this is where I found Sarah and Matthew’s images.
Images & Icons
Icons used throughout the site and on social media are from www.flaticon.com: specifically by users Eucalyp and Freepik
All other images, excluding photographs, are from www.freepik.com. Specifically by the following users: