Meet the Yoga at Work team
All our yoga teachers are fully qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga. They are all insured and sensitive to the needs of the individual. Whatever your background, we are here to help you enjoy and experience yoga whilst enjoying the luxury surroundings of your hotel.
Phil Aston – Director of ‘Yoga at Work’
Phil established ‘Yoga at Work’ in 2004 with the idea of making yoga work for everyone. Teaching yoga in a holiday setting is a wonderful way of making the practice compliment our busy lifestyles….with fine food and inspiring locations! “The ethos behind my yoga holidays is that yoga is for everyone, it should be fun, practical, and make you want to do it more.”
Indra has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 2002 and has been very fortunate to travel extensively in Australia, America and Europe, studying and teaching with some of todays most inspiring Yogis.
As a Sannyasin in the Satyananda Tradition, his classes explore classical, authentic practices delivered in a fun and encouraging atmosphere.
Linda calls her style of yoga, ‘Linda Yoga’, being an eclectic mix from the many traditions in which she has trained and studied over the course of 30 years.
Linda firmly believes everyone has potential and so yoga is for all.
This style is reflected in her many classes.
Amanda Brown is a yoga, meditation teacher and Cranio Sacral therapist. Amanda teaches an eclectic teaching style and is a qualified Iyengar Teacher and has also studied with the British wheel of yoga. Amanda is also pre ordained in the Tibetan dzogchen Buddhist tradition.
Mara is a Hatha yoga instructor, Ayurvedic massage therapist, swim coach, aqua instructor and hypnobirthing practitioner.
Mara has been involved in yoga and massage therapy for 20 years, and has been teaching yoga and fitness classes for over 14 years. Mara has enjoyed a varied, exciting career with yoga and fitness and has been involved in numerous TV productions and written magazine articles in the UK.
Kathryn’s teaching is inspired by Iyengar yoga,with its precision and attention to detail.
She has been practising yoga for 12 years, and travels regularly to India where she takes part in workshops and retreats. Kathryn’s approach is friendly, holistic and dynamic.
Linda’s approach to yoga is quite simple, it is all about undoing rather than doing, releasing tension from the body and mind by the practice of yoga postures or ‘asanas’ in conjunction with correct breathing. Linda has been teaching Yoga for over twenty years.
Karen has been practicing yoga since 1999 and qualified with the British Wheel of Yoga, the governing body of Yoga in the UK, in 2005.
She has also studied with internationally recognised teachers Shiva Rea, Danny Paradise, Andrew Eppler and Siri Datta.