Olivia takes a modern and science based approach to yoga. Expect clear instructions and a logical approach to postures that might on the surface seem complicated. You will also learn to work with the anatomy and needs of your own body to help you get the most out of each class.
Olivia has trained to an advanced level. She is a teacher of teachers, and leads the anatomy and class sequencing sections of the 200 hour teacher training course at Yogacentric in north London. She also mentors newer yoga teachers as they complete their initial training and go through their first few years on the job.
Olivia has completed 500 hours of training in vinyasa flow with Jason Crandell, who was named “one of the teachers shaping the future of yoga” by Yoga Journal. She has also completed a further 200 hours of training with Bridget Woods Kramer of the Anusara School of Hatha Yoga, one of the UK’s most experienced and well respected yoga teachers, plus shortertrainings in areas such as yoga for athletes, injury prevention and yoga therapeutics. Olivia’s classes are light hearted and open to all, while still being challenging and maintaining a strong focus on correct alignment of the body.