Meet our yoga teachers
As well as guest teachers (view our upcoming workshops here), our regular yoga teachers make Pippa’s Yoga what it is. If you are looking for friendly and inspiring leadership in your yoga practice, then you’re in the right place!
“I first started practicing yoga over 15 years ago after discovering it’s power through my work as an antenatal teacher.
I explored many different styles (Kundalini, Hatha and Bikram) before eventually discovering Baptiste Power Vinyasa Yoga in 2012. I knew instantly that this was what I had been missing from my own practice, teaching and life. Inspired, I began my Hot Power Yoga teacher training and graduated from Lumi Power Yoga in 2014.
Following my training in the Baptiste style of Yoga, I decided to further my teaching in the United States and became a Certified Baptiste Power Yoga Teacher in 2016.
I believe that yoga should be fun and creates an accessible, supportive space where anything is possible. I aim to inspire each and every yogi to love their practice and reach their full potential through a journey of connection and self-discovery both on and off the mat.”
“I started my yoga journey out of joyful curiosity and over the years it has changed my life. Yoga has enabled me to create space for new possibilities on and off the mat, and to reach and connect outwards to many different communities in Hammersmith and Fulham.
I believe that yoga is a state of mind and that everyone can benefit from it whether it would be from the asana practice, breath or meditation aspect. In my classes, I encourage strong foundations in activation and breath to empower the yogis to set themselves free from any limitations.”
Virginie is a 500 hour Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT).
“I took up yoga in my early teens to compliment my regular ballet classes. Over the years what began as a weekly stretch and exercise class soon became so much more. Yoga has and continues to be immensely beneficial to my mental and physical well-being.
I came to Pippa’s Yoga in early 2018 and have been practicing regularly with Pippa ever since. In October 2018 I took a huge leap of faith and travelled to Thailand to complete my Hatha & Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training with Path of Yoga.
For me, yoga is a practice of peace and connectivity: in my mind, with my body, and with everything else out there. It is the search for a place of balance between self-acceptance, forgiveness and letting go of negativity, and the challenge to build oneself back up, mind and body, in a positive, peaceful way. I’m excited and honoured to be able to share the powerful practice that is yoga with my students.”