WHY DO I LOVE TEACHING YOGA?
Practicing yoga makes me feel terrific and, after years trying to conform to all the usual stereotypes, it has taught me to properly appreciate my body. I’ve also learned how to calm my mind and all the little noises it creates, which has been hugely beneficial with a busy London living to contend with.
My main aim, through teaching, is to pass this goodness around - to help others to look after themselves and to show themselves a little love, when time allows. This world can be a pretty crazy place and sometimes everything moves a bit too fast around us, but yoga can be a wonderful way to slow it down and tune into ourselves, even for just a few moments.
Whilst I take yoga really seriously as a practice, my classes are always fun, enjoyable and motivating. Be prepared to sweat, stretch, relax, laugh and breathe. VIEW MY WEEKLY CLASS SCHEDULE →
"It's rare to find something that truly caters to yogis to yogis at every level as well as Andy's classes...From the music to the moves, she takes great care in preparing a fresh and exciting new class every week, always challenging in a different way, with enough variety to keep you in love with yoga."
—PIETER ROSSOUW, COPYWRITER
Vinyasa Flow: Commonly referred to as “flow”, Vinyasa is a style of yoga characterized by stringing postures together so that you seamlessly move from one to another, using your breath. Vinyasa classes offer a variety of postures and no two classes are ever alike.
Yin Yoga: Yin is a much slower practice, in which floor poses (typically held for 3 to 5 minutes) target the connective tissue of the hips, thighs, pelvis and lower spine. Harmony and wellbeing are obtained as the energetic pathways in the body are opened, releasing blockages and allowing chi or prana to flow freely. A wonderfully restorative way to spend an hour or two.
Yin & Yang: A balanced Vinyasa class that starts with an original flow to get you working and strengthening the body, followed by some luscious Yin stretches, heart openers, hip openers and twists.
Power Yoga: Power Yoga moves more quickly than regular Yoga, and as such gives more cardio output. In regular Yoga, the focus is on holding the post, but the focus in Power Yoga is on the movement.