Teacher

Rachel Howell

Rachel Howell

Our philosophy is simple. Yoga + sunshine = health & happiness.

It’s infectious. The positivity you feel on the mat will spill over into your daily life.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to yoga. Whatever your age, flexibility or mobility, Yoga sunshine can help you feel better, inside and out.

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Emma Brett

Emma Brett

Our philosophy is simple. Yoga + sunshine = health & happiness.

It’s infectious. The positivity you feel on the mat will spill over into your daily life.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to yoga. Whatever your age, flexibility or mobility, Yoga sunshine can help you feel better, inside and out.

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Jade Franklin

Our philosophy is simple. Yoga + sunshine = health & happiness.

It’s infectious. The positivity you feel on the mat will spill over into your daily life.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to yoga. Whatever your age, flexibility or mobility, Yoga sunshine can help you feel better, inside and out.

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Lara Stone

Being a teacher for me is asking myself how I can be of service to individuals, the community and the world we live in. I start by being positive, knowing that now Moveforward wellness studio is open that I will work hard to make sure I see what is happening in front of me and cater to the needs of people who come into the studio first and make a really good impact.

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Ione Harris

The kind of Yoga I regularly guide is one that not only focuses on connection to your physical body, but can also help you to release the deeper aspects of your mind and body.

My four group sessions have a different focus and include elements of Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Somatics, Meditation.

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Martha Chester

The kind of Yoga I regularly guide is one that not only focuses on connection to your physical body, but can also help you to release the deeper aspects of your mind and body.

My four group sessions have a different focus and include elements of Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga, Ashtanga yoga, Somatics, Meditation.

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Nick Watson

Yoga first caught my attention back in 2013 when I began practising to help recover from a herniated disk. But rather than the physical results that followed, what truly caught my attention was the philosophy behind it.

Slowly but surely as my attitude and belief system changed it began to open up new dimensions and aspects to life which I could have only dreamed of.

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Natalie Taylor

Being a teacher for me is asking myself how I can be of service to individuals, the community and the world we live in. I start by being positive, knowing that now Moveforward wellness studio is open that I will work hard to make sure I see what is happening in front of me and cater to the needs of people who come into the studio first and make a really good impact.

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Jane Mackernass

Jane Mackarness

Above all yoga is about union and inclusivity – everyone can benefit from a class that is the right level and pace for them. Since yoga is non-competitive, it’s apt that teachers also don’t compete for students – far better we direct students towards the class that’s right for them. There is such community in the collective, and a good community is a wonderful thing.

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Gina Hayes

Our philosophy is simple. Yoga + sunshine = health & happiness.

It’s infectious. The positivity you feel on the mat will spill over into your daily life.

It doesn’t matter if you’re new to yoga. Whatever your age, flexibility or mobility, Yoga sunshine can help you feel better, inside and out.

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