Yulia Heaton, BSc (Hons), DipDSY, LicAc, MBAcC, MIHHT, has been practicing yoga since 1998.
A practicing Traditional Chinese Acupuncturist, she has been teaching yoga for 15 years and has been part of the Devon School of Yoga 200hr Teacher Training & 500hr Yoga Therapy faculty from 2003-2014.
Yulia is a founder and co-director of The Exeter Yoga Workshop
Chris Croft has been practicing Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga for over 15 years, teaching, both in the UK and internationally, for the last 10 years. With over 900 hours of training in the UK, US, India, Thailand, Sri Lanka and Nepal, he leads workshops, Intensives and retreats in the UK and Europe.
Chris is a founder and co-director of The Exeter Yoga Workshop.
Saghar Amozgar, Persian in origin, studied and travelled in India for 8 years. Saghar has been fortunate to live in the close neighbourhood of BKS Iyengar, Ashram in Pune, and so she practiced her yoga there with the master himself. She later graduated as a Sivananda Yoga Teacher having completed her Teacher Training in 2004 and since then she has been teaching in the UK and Iran.
Cassandra Collins is an internationally certified Kundalini Yoga teacher registered with the IKYTA. An instinctive enthusiasm for nature, nutrition and healthy living meant it was just a matter of time before she discovered yoga and embraced it as a life style. Cass completed her Hatha teacher training in 2008 and realized a long cherished dream by opening her own studio in Johannesburg South Africa. She recently relocated to the UK to be closer to her family.
Tamsin has been practicing yoga for over 15 years, teaching in the UK and Africa since 2012. As a qualified Yoga Therapist, she is a registered Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council practitioner. She is further certified in Pregnancy Yoga, Baby Yoga, Baby Massage, and Yoga for Special Needs. Tamsin’s teaching is inspired by the Vinyasa and Vini traditions.