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About Us




Ram, also known as Ramdev, has been teaching yoga and meditation for about 40 years.

Ramdev severely injured his back when he was a teenager, and since his early 20s has been passionate about somatic training and the work of Moshe Feldenkrais, for this has kept him mobile and pain-free.

He trained in yoga and meditation for 12 years with Swami Atmananda, in India, N. Ireland and his native Singapore. He has practised hatha yoga, raja yoga, shatkarma (cleansing practices), kriya yoga, jnana yoga and mouna (silence) and is an admirer of the work of the great thinker J. Krishnamurti.

Ram settled in our Yoga Centre in 1992.  He subsequently trained with the European College of Bowen Studies and the London School of Sports Massage.

Ram also trained with the Feldenkrais International Training Centre.  He is a qualified Feldenkrais practitioner and member of the Feldenkrais Guild UK.

Kriya opened our Yoga Centre in 1986, when she returned from practising and teaching yoga in N. Ireland, India and Singapore. She lived with her first teacher, Swami Atmananda, for 12 years.

When she came back to England she wanted to create a place which could be a haven for local people, offering therapeutic practices as well as a friendly environment where people could feel at home.


Kriya is a qualified practitioner of the Buteyko Breathing Method. This is a modern technique which is very close to ancient yoga: the techniques are different, the way is different, but the goal is the same.



Kristyna joined us in 2012.  She is originally from the Czech Republic.

She has since been training and blossoming as a yoga teacher under our supervision, attending classes and absorbing our way of teaching.



Daniela was born in Austria, started practicing yoga in 2002, and graduated from the Yoga Campus Teacher Training in 2014.

She continues to study, and takes inspiration from teachers like Doug Keller, Susanne Lahusen, Pete Blackaby and Raphan Kebe.

on Worthing pier

Kristyna qualified as a yoga teacher with the British School of Yoga in 2016.

She also enjoys Margaret Morris Movement and gymnastics.


yoga in the Austrian Alps

She is interested in the evolution of modern yoga and brings to her teaching her experience of other somatic practices, dance and functional movement, as well as weight training. 


Swami Atmananda Saraswati

affectionately known as Chotte Swamiji

born in Hyderabad, Sindh, Pakistan

August 15th 1939

died in Cuttack, Orissa, India

October 17th, 2003

beloved guide, guru, teacher, mother and friend

"Every moment of your life matters. Do not waste time thinking of the past or dreaming of the future. Merge your mind in your life so that the past does not colour your perception."

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