Anouska was first introduced to yoga at a young age by her mother and has kept a consistent practice for over 16 years. Once she became qualified to teach yoga, she started holding classes for her colleagues and realised she wanted to become a full-time teacher.
Anouska’s signature teaching style weaves together elements from a range of movement traditions, including pilates, barre and calisthenics, to offer a well-balanced and effective yoga practice for today’s office worker.
Leanne offers classes across London in Hatha, Vinyasa, Yin and Yoga4Health. Having been practising yoga for eight years and experiencing the incredible effects it had on her body, mind and overall wellbeing, she decided to make it her full-time career immediately after qualifying in 2018.
Leanne's particular area of interest is to share evidence-based therapeutic breath and mindfulness practises to foster employee's wellbeing and resilience.
Having a deeply-rooted love of movement and creativity, Oceana spent over a decade journeying into the yoga tradition, being immediately captivated by the transformational qualities of the discipline.
After completing Yogacampus’ 18-month teacher training she has continued to expand her knowledge of yoga as a therapeutic practice within a variety of traditions, holding teachers such as Doug Keller, Sarah Powers and Shiva Rea as key influences. Oceana firmly believes that yoga, mindfulness and relaxation are powerful tools that help us navigate the ups and downs of life more successfully. To ensure that these practices are accessible to everyone, regardless of their experience level, she weaves mindfulness and compassion into every aspect of her teaching.
Tim grew up in Australia by the Pacific Ocean. With a detour via India and Asia where he studied yoga and its philosophy, Tim arrived in London, which he now calls home.
Tim has practised yoga and meditation for over ten years, and as a certified yoga instructor he endeavours to inspire each individual to find that balance of mind and body on the mat, as well as taking that forth into the rest of one’s life.