Kelly Lynch

Hatha, Vinyasa & Ashtanga
My yoga journey started when I participated in a meditation course at the age of 14. It wasn’t long after that I joined a yoga class where my love and dedication for yoga began to develop. Thereafter I trained with amazing Hatha, Vinyasa, Ashtanga, Sivananda & Jivamukti Yoga teachers. I soon became an Asana-Junkie, and after years of dedicated practice, became a yoga teacher. I find teaching one of the most challenging and rewarding jobs I have ever done. As a yoga practitioner and teacher, I believe in working at your own safe pace, and finding a way to be content with your yoga practice no matter how difficult or how simple. I am passionate about the path to enlightenment and constantly share the ancient yogic philosophies with my students to deepen their yoga journey.

Kirsty Rae

Vinyasa
My dream growing up was to become a ballet teacher. I loved to dance! As I grew older, the demands of the dance world took a massive toll on me, so I unfortunately had to quit. All that pressure immediately lifted off my shoulders but the dancer in me was devastated. A few years later, a friend invited me to her yoga class. I knew nothing about yoga and feared that yoga would be incompatible with my strong Christian beliefs. I was relieved to discover that I was completely wrong – it was definitely not incompatible with my beliefs.I discovered that my yoga practice brought me even more joy than my dancing did because there was no pressure to be perfect or to perform. After practicing for a few years I knew I had to become a yoga teacher. I did my teacher training at Yoga Warrior in 2017 and it changed my life. I learned how to deepen my own practice and through that I am able to impart my love for yoga onto my students. My classes offer sequences with variations for all levels but my ultimate intention is to allow my students to experience a quiet place of stillness and the benefits of living in the moment, leaving them feeling calm yet energised.

Sarah Kingsburgh

Hatha Flow Yoga
ORIGINALLY FROM BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, SARAH HAS RECENTLY RELOCATED TO JOHANNESBURG WITH THE INTENT OF INTRODUCING HER UNIQUE STYLE OF TEACHING YOGA TO SOUTH AFRICA. SARAH’S STYLE OF “HATHA FLOW YOGA” IS A BALANCED COMBINATION OF SUSTAINED POSES (HATHA) AS WELL AS POSES FLOWING IN A MINDFUL PROGRESSION FROM ONE TO ANOTHER (VINYASA). MINDFULLNESS, MEDITATION, AND OBSERVING THE CONNECTION BETWEEN BREATH AND BODY ARE AN INTEGRAL PART OF SARAH’S CLASS. STUDENTS CAN EXPECT A PRACTICE FILLED WITH BOTH ENERGY, FOR A GOOD PHYSICAL WORKOUT, AND A SENSE OF CALM, FOR BALANCE. “I BELIEVE THAT BEING ABLE TO TEACH — WHETHER TO INTRODUCE YOGA TO A NEW STUDENT OR TO HELP AN EXPERIENCED PRACTICIONER THROUGH THEIR JOURNEY — TO BE A PRIVILEGE. I TEACH WITH DEVOTION, WITH CREATIVITIY, AND ABOVE ALL, WITH EMPATHY.”

Ann Stewart

Kundalini
Ann is a Kundalini yoga and meditation teacher completing her certification under the KRI International Kundalini Yoga Teacher Certification. She has completed her mentorship programme under the leadership of Elena Brower and Master Class course with Gabby Bernstein. Kundalini Yoga is a perfect science that incorporates physical, mental and spiritual development, allowing us to achieve our highest human potential. The practice of Kundalini yoga has changed my life and I’m always excited at the opportunity to share this amazing form of yoga with other students. “The process of self-healing is the privilege of every being. Self-healing is not a miracle, nor is self-healing a dramatization of the personality as though you could do something superior. Self-healing is a genuine process of the relationship between the physical and the infinite power of the soul. - Yogi Bhajan “