Amanda Walker

Amanda’s background in dance, visual arts and anatomy influences her approach to teaching, bringing creative sequencing to classical poses and a focus on the potential for fluid movement and strength according to the potential of each individual student. She teaches vinyasa flow, hatha flow and yin yoga and has been teaching yoga in London for the last five years.
Each flow class is a well-rounded practice of initially warming and opening the body, progressing through gentle heat-building and strengthening flows, deep stretching and relaxation.
Amanda enjoys developing new flows and exploring the subtle and infinite possibilities of sequencing to challenge and nurture body and mind on the mat. There is always something new to discover in every practice!

Andy Kobelinsky

Andy cartwheeled her way around the world with Argentina’s gymnastics team before settling in London 15 years ago.
She’s been practicing yoga ever since and 6 years ago decided to train as a teacher.
Andy’s classes focus on breath work and alignment but mainly aim to be fun and enjoyable whilst giving you the motivation to greatly improve your practice. Andy's classes are definitely for those who enjoy a challenge – prepare to sweat, stretch, relax, laugh and breathe.

Charlie Kelly

Charlie has been practicing movement, meditation and yoga for over a decade. he teaches ways to integrate a yoga practice in to your normal routine and how to better handle stressful and challenging situations. his classes are flowing and pacey with a focus more on enlightenment than alignment. music plays a key part in his life both on and off the mat, and he integrates some of the more traditional elements of yoga into his contemporary practice.

Daniela Olds

After graduating from London College of Fashion and spending a miserable year as a fashion intern, Daniela discovered the rocket system of yoga. In awe of its raw power and energy, she ditched her dreams of conquering the fashion industry and embraced a more spiritual way of life. Dani’s practice combines powerful yoga with her inner rock-chick by spicing things up with an eclectic rock-indie playlist. She often brings different elements of yoga together, uniting the intention, the power of breath and the strong sequencing of asanas. She aims to create a blast of energy with an injection of fun and light-hearted banter into her teachings. Dani also organises and runs yoga workshops and events in London and around the world… spreading the rocket love!

Francesca Sloan

Francesca discovered her practice throughout her 20's as a release from her intense life as a designer.
After battles of fear of giving up the day job, she gave it all up to fully commit herself to becoming a fulltime student and teacher, eventually leading to her 200hrs and then 500hrs, training in India and Thailand, then later lovingly bringing home any knowledge she learned to share with her students.
Her practice and teaching is rooted in Ashtanga and Rocket, however has later trained in and adoringly offers Mandala, Yin, Vinyasa and Pranayama influenced by all of her teachers that she has discovered along the way.

Harriet Bone

Harriet came to yoga through a background in classical and contemporary dance. She is an Advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teacher, studying with inspiring teachers Sharon Gannon, David Life, Yogeswari and Patrick Broome. Harriet's classes will take you through a dynamic physical practice, aided by thoughtful hands-on assists and with an alignment focus influenced by her knowledge of the body and movement. Classes are always grounded in the five tenets of Jivamukti yoga, set to a wide ranging sound track and creative challenging sequences. Thanks go to all the teachers who have inspired and continue to enrich her practice and teaching.


Every week, Monday to Thursdays from 11-12:30pm, we invite a dance artist to lead ProDance Training.
In the afternoon the invited artist is usually in residence working on his/her latest creation.
We hope like this to provide a framework in which dance practices might travel between and across the contexts of morning class and rehearsal room and encourage relations between training and choreography.
We also hope to create proximity between dance artists and to provide training that is relevant, useful and engaging thecurrent to London's contemporary dance landscape. You can find who is teaching when here: link

Jayne Miller

Jayne teaches fluid yoga with a strong focus on healthy alignment, breath awareness and playful exploration. Her own practice of more than 20 years has taken in many styles from the dynamics of Ashtanga, Shadow and Acro, to the precision of Iyengar, and the experimental somatic movement of Tias Little.
She brings in elements of them all to create energising, yet thoughtful classes, encouraging individuals to develop confidence and joy in their yoga wherever they are.

Meditation is an important part of her sadhana and one she loves to share.
Jayne is continually evolving her practice and experiences, bringing her students along for the ride.
She trained with the BWY and YogaCampus, and has completed an advanced Rasa teacher training with Sianna Sherman, which she feel has added another layer of richness and flavour to her practice and teaching. Jayne is accredited by the BWY and Yoga Alliance (500hr), teaching in London since 2010.

Jodi Mullen

Jodi fell in love with movement some years ago, she trained as a Personal Trainer and Pilates teacher and then also fell into the lap of her soul mate, Yoga. She began to fall for her own body, mind and spirit.. a path not so well trodden and one that continues to lead her toward beauty and coherence within and without. She teaches public and private Pilates and Yoga classes in London, retreats internationally and works intelligently and sensitively on a one-to-one basis. Movement of body, mind and soul.. whatever it takes to reveal the innate perfection!

Kate Lister

Kate’s exploration of yoga began aged 14, when she found a book of middle-aged women with 70s hair, shiny leotards and very bendy bodies in her grandma’s house. Weirdly, this attracted her. Luckily, she soon found out there was much more to yoga.

With a practice background in Ashtanga yoga, training in Vinyasa Flow, and an aversion to taking life too seriously, Kate shares playful, dynamic, breath-led sequencing with a focus on mindful alignment. She aims to enable students to find a personal practice in each class, so that they may cultivate their own yoga and experience the many ways in which the practice expands all areas of our human life.

Kate is also a professional singer and, having found yoga so supportive of this area of her life, now creates yoga programmes for musicians and performers specifically. She loves to use music in class, and has been known to bust out a tune mid-asana. Song requests welcome!

Leila Sadeghee

Leila Sadeghee is a healer, yoga and meditation teacher, and ritualist.

Class with Leila is a celebration of embodiment: fun, deep and soulful. Come to develop a profound and awake relationship to your body, to become intimate with your own honest to goodness needs, and to practice self-care AS collective care. Students are supported to engage their inherent intelligence in the most loving and healing ways. Movements are cued in a flowing sequence and include traditional asanas and invitations to work inside the traditional asanas to find new ways to embody and experience posecraft. Her teaching reflects more than 2 decades of learning and teaching yoga, the body, and spirituality.

Leila is dedicated to dismantling systemic oppression as a spiritual practice and it shows in her offerings. She is the creator of The Practices of Leadership and Empowerment Yoga Teacher Training and The Practices of Freedom and Wellbeing Immersion, and is co-creator of the Vessel of Worth community. She leads daylong meditation retreats, spiritual pilgrimages, ritual healing events online, in the UK, and around the world.

Letty Mitchell

Letty is an artist and a yoga teacher with 10 years teaching experience.
Her career has included collaborations with yoga studios, fashion brands, magazines, creative teams, dance companies and health institutions. A professional dance career led her to Yoga but it is Yoga that reminds her of the power of creativity and connection to our true nature.
The gut knowing to the power in all of us, fuels her continuous research into the ancient wisdom of yoga, the complexity of our anatomy, the phenomena of Qi, the links to neuroscience, and the concept of how we create our own reality.

Lita Sattva

Lita Sattva discovered yoga when she was seventeen. She shared the passion for Yoga with Acting and the latter somehow became the focus. But the practice of Yoga was always present and during the last years she did several types of Yoga. Yoga progressively took her heart, the daily practice became strong and started to change her life.
2017 was the year when she decided to dedicate full time to Yoga.
She travels to India to learn more about Yoga and Yoga teaching, and in pursuit to consolidate a yogic lifestyle.
She feels a beautiful journey is just starting and she is keen to bring others aboard buy sharing it through teaching.

Miles Mortesen

Miles' lessons are intertwined with his deep love for the philosophy of yoga as well as the physiology of the human body. His goal is not only to develop his students physically but also challenge and grow them on a philosophical level. He weave in lines of tradition but also work to bring in an element of play and exploration. You will work hard and leave feeling grounded and connected to your mind, body and self.

Paula Andreewitch

Paula shares her joyful approach to yoga through somatic and soulful movement explorations, interwoven with inspirational philosophy and sacred sound.
Inspired by nature, she is interested in universal movement principles and how they help us to enjoy moving with a sense of freedom, steadiness and integration.
She teaches with more questions than answers and encourages listening deeply, responding mindfully, and inquiring into the mind-body-spirit with curiosity and open awareness.
She has been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaches weekly classes in London, and workshops and retreats around the world.

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Polski Kat

Kat found yoga in 2012 when she began looking for a way to release stress and tension from a demanding corporate job. She also needed to simply get fit! A dynamic vinyasa sequence with an emphasis on breath and core accompanied by upbeat music was just a blessing. She had found Rocket yoga!
She trained with The Yoga People, David Swenson and regularly practices with Marcus Veda who awarded her the name ‘Polski Kat’.
She works with a srong intention to help others discover the benefits of yoga as a tool to connect with themselves.
She also teaches Ashtanga, Vinyasa Flow, Yin and Yoga for Beginners.
Her favourite mantras are those of Larry Schultz, the founder of Rocket; ‘No effort is ever wasted’ and ‘You’re stronger than you think you are’.

Roberto Rubalcava

Roberto teaches Vinyasa Flow, Yin, and Restorative yoga for the past two years. He focuses on body alignment, the focusing of breath, mind, heart and energy while creating challenging and original sequences.
Roberto completed his 200-hour teacher training at 'Frog Lotus Yoga International,' where he studied under Carl Faure, Vidya Heisel and Emily-Clare Hill. Frog Lotus having sparked his enthusiasm in teaching, Roberto decided to pursue his yoga career and is currently attending the 500-hr advanced training on 'Modern Postural Yoga' at 'Vajrasati Yoga' with Jim Tarran. This practice incorporates various influences such as Tantra, Raja, Advaita Vedanta and Buddhism.
Roberto is also a qualified Practitioner in Therapeutic Massage, anatomy and physiology from the London College of Massage since 2011, he is also Reiki Level 2 attuned and and holds a first aid certificate from the Red Cross.

Ruben De Monte

Ruben was born in Italy and has worked across Europe performing as a ballet and contemporary dancer before settling in London 5 years ago.
He performed with the Bavarian State Ballet and the National Ballet of Portugal before reaching the London stages.
Whilst continuing his dance career he became a yoga teacher and began teaching group and private classes in London. His classes are functional, focusing on breath, alignment and self inquiry.

Tiffany Hamilton Atkins

Tiffany sought out yoga as a way to rediscover movement and a connection to her body after moving away from dancing and as a counterbalance to the stresses of her busy events job.
The impact was immediate and bought a renewed sense of energy, vigour and curiosity into her life. The transformational power of the spiritual, physical and emotional practice compelled her to take her 200 YTT so she could begin to share this magic with others.