I first completed my 200hr Ashtanga and vinyasa teacher training in India 2015 and have since gone on to complete Yin yoga, advanced inversions, advanced anatomy and yoga therapy modules. However I am always continuing to learn from my students as I believe we are all teachers. My classes vary from creative, stimulating flows to restoring and releasing Yin elements.
When I first started practicing yoga many years ago I realised that it is so much more than just a physical practice, it changed me for the better, it made me vibrate higher and it has helped me deal with so many obstacles life has thrown at me. That’s Why I like to continue to share the true essence of yoga and tie all my classes together with traditional Indian philosophy and wisdom in the hope that it could also help someone else like it helped me and give them the peaceful mindset and tools they need to face life’s challenges.
Laura teaches an approach of blended traditional yoga asana with animal movement, conditioning and dance to create a dynamic experience applicable to modern bodies and needs. Influenced by vinyasa, yin and tantra, her style is playful yet precise to create a space for personal exploration. Always amplified by a diverse tribal fusion music playlist inspired by belly dance. She has been teaching yoga full time for over 3 years after working in studios from age 19 and has since completed multiple teacher trainings all over the world.
My yoga journey began in 2012 when I was studying at Manchester university. Also being a young mum yoga allowed me to take time out for myself bringing inner peace and strength.
In 2016 I travelled to India to complete my 200 hour Yoga teacher training in Ashtanga and Vinyasa at Sampoorna Yoga Goa, since then I have also completed Pregnancy Yoga training in Cambridge and a Mother and Baby yoga course in Manchester.
Yoga is a huge part of my life not just the physical but also the mental and spiritual practices. I love sharing the teachings of yoga with students and teachers.
Claudia Mirallegro, began her studies in Los Angeles with renowned Yoga teachers and has also completed Advanced Yoga training with The Yoga People. She teaches creative and expressive sequences that are not only challenging but allow you to really connect to yourself.
Yoga touched my heart and became my passion just over 3 years ago… back in 2016 I decided to go to India where I could improve my practice and become a qualified yoga instructor….I trained at Vinyasa Yoga School in Rishikesh, also know as the Yoga capital of the world.
I love teaching vinyasa but also hatha and gentle & restorative flows, always focusing on strength of breath & the relationship between the mind & body.
My classes vary in their range of difficulty & variations for a different levels are always offered.
I believe Yoga is the key to a healthier & happier life and I always encourage everyone to practice, be patient & believe in themselves.
I first started practising yoga in 2012. My wife, Fiona Finsbury had just completed her training and was teaching Ashtanga vinyasa classes in our old acting school so I joined in. She taught the whole primary series. It was incredibly difficult to begin with (it still can be, to be honest) but when the classes were over I can remember feeling amazing. It was this overwhelming sense of peace and clarity that I’d never encountered before.
A couple of years later, I went to India and completed my teacher training in Ashtanga Vinyasa and ‘The Rocket’ with Jamie Clarke & Dulce Aguilar of The Yoga People.
I came back to London and began teaching right away in various studios and gyms.
In 2015, I completed my training in Yin Yoga and then in 2016 my training in Mandala Vinyasa. In 2015, Fiona and I moved from London to Manchester where we both teach regular classes in and around this great city we call home.
My classes are strong, fun & playful. I place emphasis on breath connection and mindful movement to bring a deeper understanding of the self.