Graeme Cheung

Graeme Cheung

Graeme is passionate about working with people & teaching dynamic classes, creating a safe environment to combine challenging yet playful bodyworks. This may require the yoga student to explore their comfort zones in order to connect deeper within.

He began his studies with Ashtanga Yoga in the early 90’s whilst on travels in India, personally practising regularly under Sharath Ramaswamy whilst the directions of his granfather Sri K Pattabhi Jois, later travelling to 3 different countries to learn with Manju Jois too. He also feels fortunate in having had a 2 year mentorship with John Scott.

Furthering his quest for knowledge, started practice of Atmavikasa Yogic Sciences with Yogacharya Venkatesha in Mysore India.

More recently, he studies Andiappan Yoga with Master Yogananth in Hong Kong and under Guruji Dr Asana Andiappan in Chennai India, whom have had a substantial impact on his approach in Yoga.

He has further training qualifications in Forrest Yoga and bodywork’s anatomy. 

Graeme enjoys a comprehensive recreational practice and has an intuitive style of teaching. However, his deeper understanding into the use of Yoga as a therapeutic tool to address modern day body imbalances, injuries, stress and anxiety issues are assertive.

Caroline Cheung

Caroline Cheung

Native from Quebec Canada, Caroline has spent the last 14 years teaching in the UK.

She has a warm approach with an empathetic passion for teaching.

Originally securing a diploma with the Iyengar yoga school 2004, now practice’s with the Andiappan Yoga Collage in Chennai.

Her other qualifications are certified Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga teacher under the guidance of Allison Ulan and Eugene Poku in Montreal, Andiappan Yoga and is a Pregnancy yoga specialist.

Her experience as an advanced Thai Massage therapist brings a compassionate teaching style, with body balancing alignment and intelligent modification to the poses.