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Watch carefully, the magic that occurs, when you give a person, just enough comfort, to be themselves.

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Meet Susanne

“Susanne is a wonderful teacher – she has a lovely calm and nurturing quality. What I particularly like is her attention to detail, verbal instructions and demonstrations, allowing you to fully benefit from the postures you are guided through. I always leave feeling an inch taller and completely de-stressed.”

Sarah Lockhart-Martin


I first discovered yoga while at University in 2001. After years of exploring various styles including Hatha, Vinyasa Flow and Iyengar yoga, I decided to train as a teacher in the hope of sharing with others the vast and profound benefits of a regular practice I had discovered along the way.

Travelling to the birthplace of yoga to undertake my training, I studied with Noah McKenna in Mysore, India.


I teach Hatha yoga for both beginners and experienced students. I would say my teaching style combines the fluidity and meditative qualities of a Vinyasa Flow class but with the mindful precision of traditional classical Hatha yoga. I also teach Yoga Nidra meditation for deep relaxation. 

I am extremely passionate about the therapeutic value of yoga and making it a practice open to everyone. I believe that everybody deserves to feel joyfully happy in their own body, and that our minds are capable of a degree of peace and serenity, happiness and ease which is far, far greater than we have ever been taught to desire or expect.


I believe that yoga is one of many pathways to wholeness, health, vitality and true contentment and that it is one of the most potent and powerful ones.

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Why Practice Yoga?

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Originating in India around 5000 years ago, yoga is a practice and philosophy now appreciated by thousands around the world. With a focus on building strength, flexibility and balance in the body and cultivating harmony within the mind, the benefits of this ancient practice are innumerable and can include:

Improves Mobility & Flexibility

Increases Strength & Muscle Tone

Improves Posture

Promotes Relaxation

Prevents Cartilage & Joint Breakdown

Improves Circulation & Blood Flow

Drains Lymphatic System & Boosts Immunity

Improves Mood, Focus & Concentration

The wide and varied benefits of yoga have been robustly researched and well documented. With the popularity of the practice skyrocketing globally in recent years, studies have generated a mounting body of evidence to suggest that the power of a regular yoga practice can be far-reaching and in many cases, life changing.


So, whether you’re simply interested in finding out more about this fascinating practice or you would like to know how yoga classes might be helpful in your own specific circumstances, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to arrange your free taster session.



"My online classes with Susanne are honestly an absolute highlight of my week. I always come away from our sessions feeling so peaceful and serene but also completely rejuvenated and revitalised. Our virtual classes have offered such convenience, it's incredibly useful to be able to fit them into my busy schedule."

—Clelia Froguel


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