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The London School of Yoga™ is the first Yoga school of its kind. Unlike other schools, each student is given a bespoke programme built around their individual strengths. As they develop, they move through the eight different grades, from beginners to advanced. Some people find Yoga a bit overwhelming, like an endless journey. The London School of Yoga™ aims to breakdown the process and provide students with a clear sense of their own progression.

Our Yoga focuses on three techniques: movement, breath and meditation to enhance the three parts of us: physical, mental, emotional wellbeing.

 

About Melissa

Melissa Freedman
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Who i am and what i stand for

Melissa was introduced to Yoga at an early age, after attending ballet and jazz dance lessons. After years of practising with a variety of teachers, she began teaching herself when she saw how much yoga could help people to deal with depression, stress and physical strength and flexibility.

Melissa is a qualified British Wheel of Yoga teacher who set up the London School of Yoga in 2004, having completed Astanga Yoga teacher training with David Swenson, Vinyasa Flow Teacher Training with Shiva Rea and an intensive Indian Astanga training at a shala in Bangalore, India. Melissa also holds a Birthlight Diploma in Pre and Post Natal Yoga as well as being a qualified YogaBugs teacher. She has more recently been focusing on bringing Yoga and Mindfulness into schools for both teachers and students.

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Body Flexibility

Our bodies become more flexible the more yoga we do the more yoga we do the more we open our hearts.

Mindfullness

Surrender to each moment, being present with each breath, each step, each day.

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Self Recognition

Recognising and embracing oneself in the face of adversity and the joys of life.