Nathalie Manning - Founder of Wellness 108 "After being diagnosed with M.E. when I was 31, I decided to choose Yoga over conventional treatment and soon fell in love with the practice, the philosophy of Yoga. As my practice deepened, my health improved and life began to change". Nathalie founded Wellness 108 (then called TotalLife108) in March 2017 in order to share the therapeutic value of Yoga and her love of the practice and its philosophy. Passionate that Yoga remains accessible for every-body, Nathalie's classes are inclusive, friendly and non-dogmatic with creative sequencing, a keen sense of alignment and space for you to be you. She believes that Yoga is a solution for our modern day lives and that, in remembering who we are, we can really begin to live.
Nathalie is fully accredited with Yoga Alliance Professionals and teaches Vinyasa classes for all levels, regular restorative flow & deep relaxation classes & lifestyle events.
Gemma Davies Gemma discovered yoga when she was 17 and her love for Yin Yoga has grown over the years. Gemma specialises in this beautiful style of yoga along with the immensely healing practice of Yoga Nidra and feels it was definitely life changing along with being the second most amazing, magical piece of life to be imbedded within her heart and soul - the first being her son. It is the stillness of Yin Yoga that Gemma finds so powerful as an antidote for a fast paced world and her creative & skilled teaching will lead you to inner peace, softness & release.
Gemma teaches Reset & Restore every Monday at 9.30 - 10.30am & Yin Yoga on selected Friday evenings.
Hayley Taberd Hayley grew to love Yoga through her pregnancy, noticing the practice helped keep her grounded whilst also strengthening her body. Hayley's classes are friendly and relaxed, so whether you are a seasoned yogi, a beginner or coming to stretch out tired muscles and tired minds, then you will instantly feel welcome and at ease. combines creative sequencing with a dose of inspiration, allowing some time to recharge before heading back to busy lives and hopefully feeling energised, recharged and balanced. "Learning how to connect the body and mind through the breath and being able to get out of my head and into the present moment has been invaluable for me".
Hayley teaches Candlelit Relax & Flow every Sunday at 5pm - 6pm.
Henry Hebron A keen sportsman (rugby & cricket), Henry first found yoga through recovery from 2 hip operations & the practice stood out as the perfect alternative to improve my mobility and physical health. As his practice developed, he found he was able to weight train all because of yoga. After completing Yoga Teacher Training in India, Henry believes that everyone, regardless of ability, can benefit from incorporating yoga into their lives. Henry says "The strength I have built through yoga has also surprised me, so any lads that think they can't sustain or build muscle, I urge you to take a class or look up male yogi’s - the physical strength you need to practice is quite something. I like to incorporate some strength exercises in my own practice, but the beauty about yoga is that you can make it as challenging as your body allows - everybody is different". Henry teaches Beginners Yoga every Thursday 7-8pm.
Jessie-May Cable Jessie was first drawn to yoga in 2012 as an antidote to anxiety. From the very first class she was amazed with the effects the practice had on both body and mind & yoga became her passion & wholeheartedly believes that yoga, mindfulness and the breath can give you the tools to keep you healthy and well both in the mind and body. Jessie has studied with Mark Ansari and Raquel Salvador along with renowned teachers Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Lisa White at The Yoga Campus, London specialising in Pregnancy Yoga. Jessie says "Pregnancy and Motherhood is the most beautiful rewarding journey but it’s not always plain sailing and can be hard. Yoga helps Mums to be kind to themselves and create space when it’s most needed". Jessie teaches our Pregnancy Yoga class, every Friday at 5.30pm.
Karen Stalley Karen worked in London for 18 years until she left to follow her dream of becoming a Pilates instructor. She had been practicing it for many years, before becoming an instructor and found it made her body stronger, improved her posture and got rid of any aches or pains from sitting at a desk all day. Since changing careers she’s not looked back and loves helping her clients strengthen their cores and improving their overall fitness and health. Her classes are fun, friendly and suitable for all abilities from beginners to advanced. Karen teaches Pilates for All Levels every Thursday at 10.45 - 11.45am.
Kerry Conway “An adventure from the outside in to the inside out” Kerry was first drawn to the practice of yoga 14 years ago as a tool to compliment her career in dance, music and art. It was when Kerry began using meditation as a tool throughout pregnancy and birth and her asana practice helped her adjust to her changing physical form that she began to understand how yoga can truly enhance life’s experience. Kerry is dedicated in creating space for magic to enter, expecting the unexpected, accepting and embracing where we are and what we have today. Kerry teaches Vinyasa 108 every Tuesday at 7pm.
Laura Carolan Hi, I'm Laura! My passion for health & fitness started over 20 years ago & I have been teaching classes for 15 years. I started out teaching the classic legs, bums and times classes, street dance and spinning. My true love, however, is Pilates, balance & core strengthening and is now my focus, especially after my two children and a double hernia operation 3 years ago, as I have learnt how important these are in life. I absolutely love a challenge and have ran the London Marathon and recently came 2nd & 5th in two bodybuilding competitions! I think that there is nothing to stop anyone feeling fun and healthy and I want to share my enthusiasm with you!
Liana Oldham Liana's yoga journey started over 20 years ago in Brazil when she stepped into an Ashtanga Yoga class to de-stress from a demanding and successful career in the Media Industry. Liana is an avid yogi and her classes focus on achieving balance both on and off the mat as well as learning how to use the breath and maintain our focus in our practice and in our lives.
Liana teaches Sunday Vinyasa 108 at 8.30 am - 9.30 am.
Vikki Kavanagh Vikki Kavanagh started teaching children’s yoga in 2014 with the ambition to bring yoga to children’s lives so that it is more than just an exercise but “about touching hearts and not just toes.” Having qualified to teach Yoga to Children at the Special Yoga Centre under the guidance of Jo Manuel, Vikki continued her yoga training and has completed a Foundation Course and level 4 Certificate in Teaching Yoga with the British Wheel of Yoga. Vikki also teaches family yoga, works with local schools in after school clubs and/or PE lessons. along with being a meditation and mindfulness teacher for adults, children and teens. "as a teacher of yoga to children we are teaching as much about gratitude, self-belief and love of life as we are teaching stretching and breathing exercises."
Vikki teaches Little Yogis - every Thursday 4-5pm.