Ladan is a yoga and meditation practitioner who facilitates her own classes, workshops, and retreats. She trained with Sivananda yoga in the Himalayas and Mysore style Ashtanga in San Francisco with Greenpath Yoga. Ladan’s classes have all been aired on various Sky fitness channels, she writes a blog on Huffington Post, and is a published author of Fabulous Fitness at 40 and has two DVDs. She loves teaching yoga as it has allowed her to become aligned with her true sense of purpose in life. She lives by the Eastern philosophy that yoga is about self-realization.
I have been practising Iyengar Yoga since the early nineties and qualified as an Iyengar Yoga teacher in 2009. It has only brought benefits, to my health and well-being, to my attitude to life and dealing with its challenges. My own study and learning is ongoing; through my teaching and students and through my own practice and regularly attending classes and workshops with senior teachers. In 2015 and 2017 I gained the Intermediate Junior 1 and 2 level certificates.
Hello, I'm Loretta and I teach classes on Tuesdays evenings in Ealing for all levels. I've been teaching Yoga in Ealing for nearly 10 years now in a very nice, quiet, spacious hall in Ealing W5. This Yoga class in Ealing is in a good position not far from Ealing Broadway, near to Perivale, Greenford, Acton and Hanwell. It is convenient for public transport, and has a car park.
I discovered Yoga when I was pregnant with my daughter 30 years ago. It helped me through my pregnancy and helped repair my mind, body and spirit post delivery. Sixteen years ago I commenced my teachers training at the Sivananda Ashram. Since then I'm very lucky to have worked with several inspiring teachers and I became an accredited teacher with the BWY through my training with Ann-Marie at Sunpower Yoga. I've also studied with Shiva Rea, Sarah Powers, John friend, Donna Farhi, Simon Low and I've been inspired by many more.Through my various studies I have created a style which embraces, Hatha, Vinyasa flow, Power, Yin and restorative poses. I have also gained from my years as an intensive care nurse and midwife and my training in shiatsu and deep body work. Anatomy plays an important part in my teaching as does the powerful healing quality of the breath and the importance of relaxation and meditation.