vinyasa flow yoga : all levels

This class is taught by:

Catrin Osborne

Catrin teaches dynamic yoga as well as slower, yin and restorative yoga and yoga nidra. Her classes always pay attention to alignment and offer a deep, guided relaxation at the end.

Catrin trained with Yoga Haven on their 200-hour Yoga Alliance programme which she loved for its non-dogmatic approach and careful attention to both the physical and the philosophical practice of yoga. She trained with Roger Cole in Restorative Yoga and completed her Yoga Nidra teacher training with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli and Nirlipta Tuli. She also trained in Yoga Adjustments with Nova Milesko and in Yin yoga with Norman Blair at Yogacampus. She remains constantly inspired by a wide range of teachers.

Catrin used to be an aerialist and as well as her yoga teaching runs a theatre circus company called Osborne & What. She teaches yoga for actors at Fourth Monkey and RADA, and has set up

Alice Trow

Alice teaches a creative vinyasa flow with a strong focus on anatomy. She crafts her classes as a way of curiously exploring the body’s pathways to find space through interesting sequences. The goal for Alice as a teacher is to offer you an embodied practice of playfulness, awareness and acceptance.

Alice became a yoga teacher after graduating from drama school where she also focused heavily on physical theatre and dance. She did her 200hr training with YogaLondon in Ecuador. She most recently did her 300hr training with Sianna Sherman in Portland, Oregon, in Rasa Yoga. Rasa yoga has had a huge impact on Alice teaching style and how to incorporate yoga off the mat. To break down barriers, deeply listening to all layers of the body and a constant humble wish to grow have all become mantras for her to live by.

Eryck Brahmania

Eryck teaches creative and fun Vinyasa Flow classes which focus on precision of alignment and the breath. Drawing upon yogic texts as inspiration, he also ensures students are supported by a groovy playlist and hands-on assists.

He started practising yoga as a professional dancer and completed his teacher training with Claire Missingham, achieving an Outstanding Grade.

Isabell Britsch

Isabell's vinyasa flow classes offer imaginative, sometimes challenging and always fun sequences, balancing the energy of dynamic movement with the stillness of a moving meditation. Her teaching is warm and welcoming and often includes yoga philosophy and pranayama.

In addition to her long standing personal meditation practice, Isabell regularly attends silent Vipassana retreats and this mindfulness practice informs her meditation and pranayama classes.


Isabell trained with Yogacampus and holds British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance accreditation. She studies with some of the world's leading yoga teachers including Richard Freeman, Shiva Rea and Rod Stryker and has trained in yin yoga with Sarah Powers.

Nadine Jandali

Nadine's teaching is intuitive and her classes are flowing and open, in response to everybody's energies and needs. She offers guidance and a well-thought out practice but also allows space for students to move freely; she aims to create an environment in which students feel welcome, safe to explore, breathe, laugh, move, let go and get to know their own bodies.

Nadine is passionate about alignment and anatomy and believes in 'less is more' when it comes to asanas. You will never be rushed through a sequence, but instead be safely guided through the subtleties of movement and gradually build up strong layers with a firm foundation in understanding how the body works. She pairs up strong, slow, (often sweaty!) flows with moments of rest or playfulness, all with the view of honouring and maintaining harmony.

Shira Hess

Shira's vinyasa flow classes offer carefully designed, progressively complex sequences, inspired by yogic philosohpy. Expect to sweat and work hard. Nourishing hands-on assists will help you access deeper forms of each pose and are a vital part of her classes, along with pranayama (breath exercises) and mantras.

Shira trained with Claire Missingham and her teaching remains deeply rooted in her powerful approach to vinyasa flow.

What guides Shira as a teacher and as an eternal, humble student is the deep belief that yoga is a tool and catalyst for growth.

Kimann Jones

Kimann teaches from a classical Hatha approach, combining a slow flow of traditional poses with functional and strength-based movement. She is experienced in teaching people of all abilities, so expect to be supported as she adapts the practice to suit everyone.

Kimann completed Triyoga's teacher training diploma and remains involved in the programme as a teaching assistant. She completed a 100-hour certification with Bo Forbes, and is currently on her 300-hour advanced teaching certification with Jason Crandell.


Kimann draws on her clinical background as an occupational therapist to teach in charities, health and educational settings to individuals with a wide range of abilities. She currently delivers Yogahome's charity classes in the local community.

Jayne Miller

Jayne teaches Ashtanga and Vinyasa flow yoga with a strong focus on healthy alignment and awareness. She creates energising, yet mindful and varied classes.

Jayne trained with Yogacampus and is accredited by the British Wheel of Yoga and Yoga Alliance.
Introduced to yoga at college, Jayne has since then taken many styles in her own practice including Hatha flow, Iyengar, Anusaura and therapeutic yoga. She brings in elements of them all to her teaching.

Frankie Walker

Frankie teaches with attentive alignment and playful exploration, infused with warmth, encouragement and a deep understanding of the postures, practices and philosophy of yoga.
She discovered yoga while studying performance and quickly developed a self practice. She travelled, lived and worked across India for 12 years and began her teacher training at the Sivananda ashram, followed by a 200-hour teacher training in Pranayama with Prahladha Reddy.

She later trained with Usha Devi and other senior Iyenger teachers, practised Mysore-style Ashtanga, dynamic vinyasa krama with Stewart Gilchrist, and finally met John Stirk who introduced her to the work of Vanda Scaravelli and her profoundly wise approach of going with the body, not against it, of deeply listening to what underpins our need to move. She also draws from classical Osteopathy, Cranio-Sacral therapy and Feldenkrais, understanding that how we approach ourselves and engage with our body-mind has an enormous effect on the benefits we reap from our practice, both short and long term, on and off the mat.
Frankie continues to work and train regularly with John, practising with, and assisting Scaravelli-inspired teacher Catherine Annis and working with Restorative and Somatics teacher Aki Omori. She is continuously studying Embodied Embryology and Functional Anatomy.

Ana Dias

Ana’s teaching approach to vinyasa flow is welcoming, non dogmatic and light hearted.


Her classes focus on the conscious use of the breath to inform movement. Her aim is to help students build their body awareness, through intelligent alignment that considers different body structures and not one size fits all. She facilitates a safe space where you can try new things and be playful.


Ana is original from Portugal and came to London to study and pursue dance professionally. She met yoga while recovering from an injury and never looked back. She trained in ashtanga, rocket, mandala and yin yoga and learned mostly from teachers Jamie Clarke, Dulce Aguilar, Marcus Veda and Stewart Gilchrist.

Flo Lam-Clark

Flo’s classes are fun, explorative and nourishing with attention to detail in alignment, breath and awareness of felt sensations in the body. She creates sequences that will help you to build strength, stamina and flexibility with some challenge and encourages you to develop your practice according to your pace. Her aim is that you will leave feeling nicely balanced & uplifted, yet relaxed and calm.
Flo draws inspiration from yogic texts, and her teachers Jason Crandell, Doug Keller, Judith Hanson Lassater and Thich Nat Hanh. She recently completed an advanced 500 hour Vinyassa Flow teacher training with Jason Crandell & Mindfulness teacher training with Breathworks.

Scarlett Perdereau

Scarlett teaches with emphasis on alignment, quality of breath and mindfulness. Her approach is technical, precise and creative. Expect sequences that explore the anatomy of the body in stillness and movement, as well as the subtle, energetic body.

Scarlett originally joined Yogahome as a ballet and contemporary dance teacher in 2006. She started teaching yoga here in 2010 and joined Maria in the office as studio manager in 2014.

She completed the Yogacampus teacher training in 2011 with Susanne Lahusen as her main teacher. She is grateful to have learnt over the years from teachers Anna Ashby, Catherine Annis, Alaric Newcombe, Julie Martin, Alessandra Peccorella, Alan Finger, Katrina Repka, and at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta centre in Kerala. Her approach is also informed by her studies in Somatics during an MA at London Contemporary Dance School, and career in movement and dance.

Kate Beatty

Kate's vinyasa and slow flow yoga classes are dynamic and rythmical while keeping a focus on alignment, and draw on spiritual references to encourage self exploration. Kate has an honest and friendly approach that allows students to work safely to their full potential. Prepare to work hard, delve deep and come away feeling nourished and renewed by her holistic classes.

Kate found yoga in 1999 and has been a committed yogi ever since. She has travelled extensively and studied a variety of yoga practices around the world. She trained in London with Claire Missingham and continues to study with Rod Stryker.

Kate draws inspiration from many sources, from ancient texts to spiritual teachers such as Ram Dass and Jack Kornfield, her life experiences to date, and her two young daughters.
A dynamic flowing practice of postures drawing on the ashtanga yoga tradition yet with creative sequencing so that each class is different.

Deep stretching for strength and flexibility leaves you energized yet relaxed.

All levels - everyone welcome, differing abilities are catered for. Complete beginners should be aware that a minimum level of fitness is recommended as these classes may be faster paced or more physically challenging.

Upcoming classes:

  • Mon 22 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Catrin Osborne
  • Mon 22 Oct 10:30 am - 11:45 am with Alice Trow
  • Mon 22 Oct 1:15 pm - 2:15 pm with Eryck Brahmania
  • Mon 22 Oct 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm with Eryck Brahmania
  • Mon 22 Oct 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm with Isabell Britsch
  • Tue 23 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Nadine Jandali
  • Tue 23 Oct 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Shira Hess
  • Tue 23 Oct 10:00 am - 11:30 am with Kimann Jones
  • Wed 24 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Jayne Miller
  • Wed 24 Oct 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Frankie Walker
  • Wed 24 Oct 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm with Ana Dias
  • Thu 25 Oct 7:00 am - 8:00 am with Alice Trow
  • Thu 25 Oct 8:30 am - 9:30 am with Jayne Miller
  • Thu 25 Oct 10:00 am - 11:30 am with Flo Lam-Clark
  • Thu 25 Oct 8:15 pm - 9:30 pm with Shira Hess
  • Fri 26 Oct 8:00 am - 9:00 am with Alice Trow
  • Fri 26 Oct 10:00 am - 11:30 am with Isabell Britsch
  • Fri 26 Oct 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm with Scarlett Perdereau
  • Sat 27 Oct 10:30 am - 12:00 pm with Kate Beatty