Lucy first became a regular Yoga practitioner over 19 years ago to sustain her body and mind while working in the Corporate world – and found that as she integrated the practices of yoga into her daily life, the profound healing benefits transpired and yoga eventually took over as her fulltime occupation.

Lucy is a fully accredited Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance. Lucy originally trained to teach yoga with The Life Centre in 2004 (200hrs TT Diploma) & completed her second 200hr TT Diploma under the tutelage of Katy Appleton from Appleyoga in 2015. Lucy teaches for The Life Centre in Notting-Hill, Bhuti in Richmond and out of her Garden Studio in TW2.

Lucy’s classes are nurturing, grounding and informative – with a focus on breathwork and alignment, as well as restorative and yin yoga elements. With a smile and love for teaching, she seeks to instill a sense of lightness and ease in students, whilst helping them to connect with their bodies and minds.

As a constant student on this path, Lucy enjoys furthering her knowledge with some of the worlds leading practitioners in yoga, philosophy, meditation and energy work, teachers including: Bo Forbes, Judith Lasater, Donna Farhi and Tias Little. She is particularly interested in the therapeutic applications of yoga.

Lucy lives in SW London with her husband, her two children and their much loved Pug. Lucy finds sanctuary in nature, especially when hiking. When not exploring the Lake District, she can be found in Richmond Park with her Pug in tow.

Lucy instructs the following:
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Where slowness is key and poses are held using props to allow precious time for the practitioner to savour the body opening, releasing and letting go. A highly calming and soothing yoga for mind and body tapping into the layers within us that needs this pace to unwind and pause.

    Class includes Restorative Yoga, gentle Somatic movement & simple myofascial release techniques to help with range of motion & tension. Blissful!


  • Flow, Yin and Restore
  • Rest and replenish at the end of the week. Traditional Hatha yoga postures are interspersed with yin & restorative practices for a blissfully relaxing class. The class opens with gentle movement and meditative breath-work to ease physical tension before softening into the deep stretches and nourishing surrender of restorative yoga. The body relaxes, the breath deepens, the nervous system unwinds, and the mind stills.