Meet the Team

Ciara is a Senior Yoga Teacher with additional qualifications in pregnancy and postnatal yoga and pranayama, (breathwork.) Ciara teaches for charities, workplaces and privates for individuals looking to delve deeper into their practice and private events. She also runs UK and international retreats.
Work With Ciara

Ciara Brennan Watson



Rehana leads mindfulness classes and courses. Her intention is to share the practices that help her so profoundly in managing stress, building resilience and feeling happy.

Rehana Rafiq Lee


Tanya teaches hatha and restorative classes based on traditional sequencing combined with elements of somatic awareness and enquiry based movement.

Tanya Fairtlough


Lauratu’s journey with practicing yoga started almost two decades ago before which she had struggled with very tight hips and lower back. Now she helps others, with all levels of flexibility, enjoy practicing yoga for a beautiful balance of stretch, strengthening and breathwork that reignites their body’s radiance.

Lauratu Osu


Thomas aims to deliver authentic Ashtanga Yoga instruction in the lineage of India’s legendary Yoga masters. His teaching style has been hailed as ‘rigorous yet encouraging’. Ashtanga Yoga is often promoted as a modern-day form of classical Indian yoga.

Thomas Thomas


Sally is a mother of 3 grown-up children who has been practicing yoga for over a decade. She is passionate about teaching children yoga to help not only with their flexibility, strength, balance and coordination but cope with stress and become more aware of their breathing and emotions. This in turn will increase their self-confidence, all while having lots of fun.

Sally Montague


Felicity is a Kiwi mama of two little yogis living and working in London. Felicity has a range of teaching styles from dynamic and powerful through to fluid, grounding and finding stillness.

Felicity Wright


Sana is an educator and holistic therapist with the Sound Healing Academy, holding two Diplomas herself in 1-2-1 sound healing, and sound healing for groups.

Sana Bokhari

Charlotte has half marathoned, mud run, ultra’d, relay raced, circuit trained, hit the gym and done outdoor fitness. She believes that yoga can enhance sports and fitness training and also give you a well-deserved change of pace. Charlotte has a deep connection to the history and philosophy of yoga and you will find these elements woven into her classes.

Charlotte Chapman


For Josie, yoga is about connection. Connection to yourself, connection to each other and connection of the mind, body and soul. That is why feeling comfortable without judgement in her classes is so important to her. And if we can all have some fun doing it, even better!

Josie Coetser


Stephanie trained in India and she teaches Ashtanga and Iyengar inspired classes accessible to all levels. Through her classes, Stephanie hopes to provide students with the tools they need to uncover their true inner peace.

Stephanie Thorp


Teaching yoga changed Danai’s world view and the relationship with herself and others. Danai teaches accessible yoga classes that enable practitioners to connect with their bodies and inner self. Danai also works in communications and knows first hand how fast paced and demanding everyday working life can be. This is why she is passionate about helping people to slow down, carve some time out of a busy day and reconnect with their body and mind.

Danai Papadimitriou


Devaki Thomas is a multi-disciplinary artist and Movement Psychotherapist. Devaki has a passion for working with people, sharing her skills and experience to enrich the lives of others.

Devaki Thomas


Fiona was born and bred in South Norwood and has Sri Lankan roots. Fiona discovered Yoga Mela as a client and has since become an avid fan of yoga. When Fiona isn't working at the studio, she enjoys listening to music and dabbling in crafting.

Fiona Eagles


Studio Manager