London
Covent Garden

Ally Gray

The Third Space

Ally Gray absolutely loves challenging his clients and taking them where they never once thought possible! Ally has been in the industry for 9 years since arriving in London from his native Scotland, where he played football and came up through the pro youth development system into senior football and representing his country at Futsal. With numerous years of experience with varied clients (pro athletes to the complete novice) Ally makes sure every session is challenging and tailored toward your goals. He makes sure you know what you’re doing and why you're doing it! He want all his clients to have the tools and ability to live a life without limits. Read the profile >>

Celest Pereira

Cityogi

While Celest was working her first job at a gym, she found her calling. Walking past the yoga studio and seeing the beautiful postures seamlessly linked in a never ending dance to the music of the attendees breath, she found spellbinding, and was hooked! She continued on her path to university, gaining a BSc in Physiotherapy and saving all of her student loan for yoga teacher training in India. As soon as she came back, she launched herself into full-time teaching and has not looked back since. She is now a regular contributor to world famous Yoga Download blogs and has had an article published in Om Yoga Magazine. In addition to teaching in top London venues she has also been invited to teach at the Yoga Show, Vitality Show and Mind, Body, Spirit Festival’s in London. This... Read the profile >>

Emily-Clare Hill

Emily trained as a Vinyasa Flow teacher with the renowned Frog Lotus School of yoga, studying her first 200hrs in Costa Rica under the teachings of Vidya Jacqueline Heisel and Jennifer Yarro. She then went on to further her training in India where she spent 2 months soaking up and learning the culture from the home of yoga. Emily says "I take on the challenge of teaching yoga in London each and every day with a dedication and intention to find a better stronger, more balanced self. By choosing this as my career, it is my role to find a little calm for people in the storm that is London city. I offer the opportunity to tangle the body into some obscure shapes through the practise of yoga whilst keeping the mind calm, (often easier said than done, one of the reasons we call this an... Read the profile >>

Emma Henry

Emma Henry was introduced to yoga in the mid 90s and has been teaching since 1998 Her background in dance and martial arts is evident in her dynamic, innovative and playful choreography and understanding of anatomy and the subtle body. Emma’s yogic path has led her to Mysore from practicing Astanga with Sri K Pattabhi Jois and to advanced certification in the Jivamukti method with Sharon Gannon and David Life. Her continuing education is shared with all of her students through her love of yogic texts and her amazing chanting. All of her classes include an inspiring sound track and a lot of laughter. Her goal is to create a space for practitioners to feel inspired, nurtured and uplifted. She has hosted yoga workshops and retreats around the world with many happy yogis returning... Read the profile >>

Faisal Abdalla

Barry's Bootcamp

Faisal has the most infectious energy, which he passes to each of his clients in class to give you an extra boost. He always remembers your name, especially when he wants you to turn up the intensity. Faisal always ends his classes with the affirmation "Positive Mental Attitude". 'PMA' is a motto he lives by and does his best to encourage people to live this way as well. It's not just a workout at Barry's Bootcamp, it's a lifestyle! He has a passion (maybe addiction) to trainers and is building quite the collection. Faisal's classes challenge your stamina and your attitude and you'll always leave drenched in sweat with a smile on your face. We admire Faisal for his unwavering positivity and spirit. Faisal will elevate not only your workout, but also your outlook. Read the profile >>

Marcus Veda

Marcus’ road to yoga was not a conventional one. Fresh out of Uni, he found a way to use his degree in philosophy to justify spending his 20's touring the world as an international DJ, wholeheartedly committing to the hedonistic life… and loving every minute of it. It wasn't until an over enthusiastic stage-diving mishap put a stop to all professional jumping around for far too long, that he finally took a therapist friend’s advice in trying yoga to get fixed. A need to properly heal the body coincided with a sneaking desire for change in the mind that landed Marcus on the mat. “It’s about being grounded and taking flight, using the energy of the body to find stillness of the mind. I like to practice what I teach, and I hope to maintain that integrity on and off the mat.” He... Read the profile >>