We have some more teachers to confirm but for now, here is the Spring into Summer line up…


Daisy Turner and Pippa Jacob are Twin Yoga, a double act bringing fun, mindful practice to your mat.​

You can expect to find Twin Yoga combining hatha flow with chanting, breath work (pranayama) and guided meditation. The benefit of having two teachers is that one can lead and the other can move through the room, giving personal attention and adjustments to help each student find their next level.

Follow the Twins: @TwinYogaPage – Facebook


Heather is definitely powered by yoga!

“I’ve experienced first-hand, yoga’s ability to restore and transform. As a teacher, I’m down to earth and have a methodical approach to alignment.

Yoga is for EVERYONE, young, old, male, female, every size and flexibility or inflexibility. With each class, I feel a renewed passion that comes from a clear intention. Hopefully, there is a sense of fun, whilst encouraging contemplation and introspection.

I love Props (specialist yoga equipment), as they aid progression in practice. Yoga is a way of living, not just a pose to be achieved; but, we all enjoy seeing our own asana practice deepen and develop.

I’m very hands on with adjustments, as I feel adjustments aid increasing awareness. I have also trained in restorative and therapeutic yoga and believe that being a yoga teacher requires constant training and reflection.”

Heather’s sessions throughout the day will guide you safely through simple and complex postures with alignment and ease.

Follow Heather on Facebook here: heather.boon.39


Bringing together a combination of traditional yogic asana and pranayama along with natural movements and the science behind breathing, this session will look at ways in which how we, as bipedal humans, stand, sit, squat, walk, wear our cloths and shoes and breath all affect the way we feel. Physical, mental, emotional issues can all be held up in the body tissues and finding peace both physically and spiritually can be incredibly difficult when you are constantly dealing with aches/pains and niggles. Wibbs’ class will see you exploring alignment with a special focus on the pelvis building up to inversions.

Follow Wibbs: @Mandukyayoga – Facebook


Sarah became a yoga teacher six years ago, and has been practicing yoga for two decades! She teaches creative vinyasa flow and restorative yoga, and is qualified to teach pre & post natal yoga.

Her enthusiasm is infectious & she is passionate about introducing people to yoga to help them find the right yoga that works for their body & lifestyle. Sarah runs Yoga + Fitness events at Henham Barns which have seen over 1,500 people enjoy themselves. 


Katharine first stepped on a mat in 1996 and since then yoga has been an intrinsic part of her life. In her words… The journey began in London with Satyananda and Sivananda Yoga and so also began my love affair with India, returning to Kerala to train to teach Sivananda in 2004. As life moves on so did my practice and I began exploring and searching for something more. Finding Ashtanga in Goa a few years later blew my mind, I loved the heat and intensity of practice, the constant breath and flow. The practice truly resonated with me and I went to Mysore to practice under Sharath and Saraswati. And then I found my teachers of this beautiful Ashtanga; John Scott and Lucy Crawford.

Working with John and Lucy I knew I had found true yoga and I am eternally grateful to them for sharing their knowledge of the practice and the counted method. I travelled to New Zealand twice to undertake their Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training course and I see them now as often as I can for ongoing input.


Wendy has been practising yoga since 1997 and has been teaching yoga / meditation since November 2011.  She completed her training in Espanola, New Mexico and is certified by The Kundalini Research Institute.  Wendy is a member of the Kundalini Yoga Teacher’s Association and the Yoga Alliance.  Yoga is her great passion and the mindfulness that it brings has become a way of life.   Her focus is on the individual experience of the student, the classes use flowing movements with deep resonant breath to gain a greater understanding of the body / breath dynamic.