Be guided and supported by Wild Wolf’s teaching collective.
Gymnastics | Stretch and Strength
I’m Lydia and my background is gymnastics. I have been coaching children and adults for three years. I am also a qualified Personal Trainer and improving people’s lifestyles and changing attitudes to training is central to all I do. Bringing gymnastics into your workouts is challenging and fun! I believe it’s important to enjoy what you do in an environment you enjoy being in.
Scaravelli Inspired Yoga
I have 15 years teaching experience and have been practicing Yoga for over 20 years. I’m responsive to my students needs and approach my teaching in a fresh yet gentle way. I allow plenty of time for individual assistance and using my hands I encourage and lead students towards a deeper awareness of their own bodies, helping them to experience the vitality and sense of freedom that yoga can bring.
I have over 30 years teaching experience and am proud to say the passion for teaching has never left me. I am a personal trainer, with a specialty in back & and neck rehab, and in the last 5 years I have hung up my step aerobics trainers for the yoga mat. I will be offering a core class to complement the teachings and ethos of Wild Wolf’s.
Wild Thing Dance
I bring experience drawn from a range of performing arts disciplines and therapeutic practices. My playful teaching style is influenced by classes that speak to the soul. I have trained in Bristol, Berlin, New York and India and in addition to facilitating at Wild Wolf’s, I can be found teaching and performing with VogueBristol as well as working in a variety of settings as a Dance/Movement Psychotherapist.
Run Wild | Strength Yoga
I am a Personal Trainer, AcroYoga instructor and I also have a background in youth work and climbing. My fast-paced classes combine all of my technical know-how with a sense of fun, bringing a lively and playful atmosphere into the studio. In strength yoga you will be sure to sweat, laugh and enjoy the challenge of a new style of practice. In Run Wild we will always run as a pack, enjoying the outdoors, improving our fitness levels and techniques.
Stretch and Strength | Girls Fight Club
I am a Personal Trainer with a belief that my work can integrate perfectly with yoga practice. My exercise and movement backgrounds include Muay Thai and Boxing, I also practice MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) Jiu Jitsu and wrestling. I am excited to bring my knowledge of bodyweight strength and conditioning to the yoga studio to complement the teachings and ethos of Wild Wolf’s.
Yoga and Mindfulness
My first yoga class was back in 1996 and my background is in traditional holistic Hatha yoga. I teach and practice with lots of room for creative expression and fun. More recently my training in Mindfulness increasingly influences my teaching. I love to balance both dynamic and restorative yoga, and I teach with the sensitivity to the ever-changing environment of the world, the body and the mind.
Wild Flow Yoga | Restorative | Yin | Pregnancy
Different ways of moving have always been in my life; I love the energy of dynamic practices and training and have discovered ways to balance and complement this by going more ‘yin-side’. I come from an education background, which led me to teaching children yoga alongside my other practices such as Yin and Yang Yoga, restorative and pre and post-natal Yoga.
When I am off the yoga mat I am a carpenter. From years of experience in both carpentry and yoga I recognise the need to make yoga accessible to all, especially those that feel reluctant to try it. I believe yoga is a powerful tool that can help us perform better at the things we love, whether that’s in our professional, personal or leisure lives. As a teacher, and as a student I continue to practice a multitude of yogic disciplines and combine the most appropriate into the class I teach today.
Wild Flow Yoga | Ashtanga Play
I have lived a life infused with Yoga since I was a young teenager. While studying a degree in Public Health in 2004 I discovered the dynamic Ashtanga Yoga practice and moved deeply into the Mysore form. Studying in India brought me closer to the sister school of Yoga, Ayurveda. My fascination with nutrition and healing plants continues to grow in the form of teaching and conducting one to one consultations. My travels have lead me to study with many yoga schools and I love bringing this rich blend of styles to the Wild Wolf community.
Power Flow Beats
Movement and creative expression with the human form has always been part of my life. I studied dance and musical theatre as a young girl and then moved into teaching and choreographing dance for a number of years. I began to work within the fitness industry and was a Personal Trainer and fitness coach for 4 years. I fell in love with strong flowing styles of yoga and began teaching Vinyasa and Power Yoga. At Wild Wolf’s I teach ‘Power Flow Beats’. Combining all the things I love: strength, flow, music! I feel that movement becomes so much more natural with music; I could not imagine teaching without it and love creating an ambient soundscape for my classes.
I teach Ashtanga yoga at Wild Wolf’s. I am a qualified holistic massage therapist and really enjoy the more hands aspect of teaching and offer adjustments in my classes. I have 10 years’ experience working in mental health as a nurse and my yoga studies have complemented this role in many ways. I regularly recommend people try some form of yoga for both the physical and mental wealth it bring. As an Ashtanga teacher, I am a firm believer that there is always an option for everyone and keep my classes as accessible as possible, respectively working to our limits and being challenged.
Emily works full time as a Retail Manager, after studying at university for 4 years and living/working in London for 5 years she became extremely aware of how a busy, high powered, high exercise, ageing or parenting life was having a positive, but also damaging, effect on her friends and family. However, in practicing yoga from a young age and also encouraging her family and friends to do so (those who she could convince!) she was acutely aware of the incredible ‘yoga affect’ – reducing stress and anxiety, alleviating aches and pains, aiding pre and post natal care, and supporting people to be more present in their everyday lives.
For me, yoga is a homecoming. It brings about a connection with my physical and energetic presence and it’s on the mat that I find a true sense of who I am. Through Yoga Nidra in particular, I can tune in to what my heart wants to say and this informs all aspects of my life. As a yoga teacher it is my intention to create space to guide others on their own journeys to discovering what really matters. I trained as a yoga teacher in Rishikesh in India and have since had the honour of practising with awesome teachers in California, Italy, Bali and of course, the UK.
I am a qualified Thai massage therapist, and yin and hatha yoga teacher. My journey on the mat has reflected what happened off the mat; yoga was my anchor in turbulent times and my motivator in relaxed times. When I discovered yin yoga, it really resonated with me and made me feel like I was coming home as soon as I stepped onto the mat. This is what I want to offer people: finding a place of peace – mentally and physically – by doing yoga. Everybody needs a bit more yin in their lives!