I found and tried yoga in my twenties, a time that I was more interested in partying, martial arts and making money. My thirties saw me with many ongoing commercial concerns, travelling the world and trying to juggle this with a young family. When life went into reverse, I hit rock bottom losing everything. Little did I know at the time, that this was to be a blessing in disguise.

Looking to find balance I tried yoga again, as this time it found me. In my forties, my interest grew as I started to understand how the way of yoga could help me physically, emotionally and spiritually to deal with life's little and big 'opportunities' to learn and grow.‎

I am grateful to Samantha Trinder for her encouragement to follow the teaching path, I am humbled that Gordon Lee Silence continues to guide me, and I am pleased to train with YogaCampus and their many renowned teachers.

I love to explore all aspects of yoga, have a leaning toward the style of Mr. B.K.S Iyengar, and as my fifties unfold, have a deepening interest in the historical, philosophical and inward riches yoga provides.

I believe the way of yoga can benefit all, has the potential to bring balance to individuals and communities alike. With practise and moving through the journey of the subtle body, yoga can pave the way for all of us to enjoy what life has to offer, to the full.

I look forward to sharing what I am learning so that you can enjoy your own abundance in a balanced and healthy way.


Loren instructs the following:
  • Community Hatha Yoga
  • This is a hatha flow class, suitable for all abilities.  The proceeds from this class go the the bhuti foundation between £3 and £5, or more depending on what you can afford.  The bhuti foundation gives money to charities that offer wellbeing services to those who otherwise could not afford it.