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Nathalie Silva

Nathalie’s yoga journey began in the Bikram Hot Yoga tradition in 2003. Initially drawn to yoga for its therapeutic, calming and healing powers after becoming a sleep-deprived mum, it immediately became evident there was a major shift within her every time she was on the mat. This thing called yoga wasn’t just a fitness phase; it was going to be a life-long discipline and a journey of the SELF.
Yoga has been her guidance and saviour during some challenging, stressful, physically and mentally demanding times whilst raising three amazing children.
Nathalie is grateful and honoured to lead her students through a flow and sequence of asanas where they can hold space for a healing and calming transition. She invites her yogis to cultivate and experience a mindful moving meditation through the breath, focus and stillness for the growth of the mind, body, spirit and soul.
Forever a student, Nathalie is devoted and passionate about spreading the yoga love, and encourages her students to maintain a regular practice and dive deeply onto the mat, as it truly is life-changing.

Jennifer Bell

Jennifer started practicing yoga 25 years ago and immediately fell in love with the practice.
Initially, it was the physical benefit that kept her returning to her mat as she had neck and back issues.  Over time this evolved when she began to see and feel the mental, emotional and spiritual benefits of this ancient practice.
Wanting to dive in deeper, she recently completed her YTT 200 hrs, which to say the least was absolutely life-changing for her.
Her love for teaching and sharing her passion for yoga was born. 
She hopes to give each and every student an experience that will leave them grounded, yet lighter.  A feeling they can take back into the world and their daily lives.

Deborah Peters

Deborah found yoga over 10 years ago at a time in her life when she was searching for ways to manage her way through grief.  Yoga and meditation played an important role in her healing journey. A journey that allowed her to find peace, reconnect with her inner strength and regain a sense of self.
Now yoga is the foundation of Deborah’s life, and it continues to delight and inspire her with gifts for the body, mind, and soul.
Deborah traveled to and practiced yoga in India several years ago. That experience deepened her commitment to her yoga practice and her long held dream of becoming a yoga teacher.
Deborah’s driving passion is to share the yoga experience, in a way that supports people where they are and to help them find strength and peace in their life too.
When Deborah is on the mat her practice focuses on gentle flow, yin, restorative, breath work and meditation.
Deborah’s philosophy is “Now is the time for life and yoga!”. Absolutely inspired by Patanjali’s “Now is the time for yoga”.
A truth passed down through the centuries. 

Mary McGilvray

Mary found yoga as a way to get out of her head and back into her body after working in the corporate world for 25 years.
In 2019 Mary completed her yoga teacher training and has loved sharing her passion with others.
Mary’s classes focus on a gentle breath led practice designed to nourish your body, calm the nervous system, and to help you connect back in with yourself.

Molly Mosse

Molly first discovered yoga in 2016, a time in her life filled with turbulence.
Yoga helped her to find stillness, to calm the mind, and to breathe through any challenges she may face.
Since falling in love with the practice of yoga, Molly has since gone on to complete her 200HR YTT with Zenko Yoga.
She is passionate about all aspects of yoga practice including asana, pranayama, and the ancient traditions and teachings of the yogic scriptures.
Molly believes in cultivating a strong sense of community, and currently runs a monthly women’s circle & cacao ceremony.