Yoga breaks Deva SherinsheWhat?

I mainly teach vinyasa flow yoga, as I love creative flowing sequences to music. But I combine lots of different types of yoga into my teaching, for example, yin, hatha, ashtanga, power and acro. My aim is to teach energising and flowing classes, combined with soft and gentle sections, where we focus on connecting the mind and body. I can teach any specific level, or all levels in one class; I have plenty of experience of both.

All classes are adapted to suit the experience and mood of the participants. Modifications and options are provided to cater for different levels of fitness/flexibility, injuries or other health related issues.

See my Yoga Deva Facebook page, or watch this YouTube clip for an example of my vinyasa flow sequencing, (for intermediate to advanced level). The beautiful track is First Fires by Bonobo in case you’re wondering:


At the moment, I only teach at my work place in Westminster, which is unfortunately not open to the public. Please see the link on the left hand side for information on upcoming retreats.

To arrange private or corporate yoga tuition, please contact me for further discussion.

How long?

I have been practicing yoga regularly for over ten years and have taught yoga professionally to a wide range of people for over 4 years. I have taught at various gyms and yoga studios in the UK and abroad, including in Kensington and Chelsea and Westminster in London, at a secondary school in Holland Park, and in Cambodia and New York.

What if the class is too slow or too fast for me?

If you find the class too slow for you at any given moment, take the time to focus on deepening and perfecting the posture, and being present and mindful of your breath. If you find the class too fast for you at any given moment, just copy someone else and go with the flow (it is often the quickest way to learn) or just rest in child’s pose.

The main thing to remember is that you should listen to your body. Just do whatever feels right for you, so if you want to freestyle into a different pose, or rest, or take any kind of variation, please feel absolutely free to do so.