Event Organisers

Dora Winter

Dora has been living Yoga for over twenty years and teaching for ten. 

A dedicated practitioner who continues to enquire and learn from some of Yoga’s most renowned teachers. 

Her teaching is guided by a heartfelt desire to provide every student with the tools to create a practice suitable to their own specific needs at any time of life or circumstance. 

Dora’s classes follow the principles of Vinyasa flow ( nyasa / to place, vin /in a special way ) working with Krama ( stages ) to take students safely and intelligently into Peak poses. 

Pranayama, Vedic philosophy and meditation are incorporated into a mindful flow. 

Her studies more recently are moving towards trauma sensitive Yoga and the application of Yoga Nidra and meditation in recovery from addiction, anxiety disorders and emotionally unstable personality disorder. 

Dora can design a Yoga Nidra experience to meet a range of needs from healing relaxation to pain management. This powerful form of meditation will help you unlock your own innate wisdom to meet life’s challenges with less resistance and more clarity.

Emma Spencer-Goodier

teaches her yoga on the Isle of Wight, nationwide and overseas. Her lessons looks for clarity and precision within a flowing asana style that evokes strength, gracefulness and laughter. Pranayama and meditation are woven elegantly into each session to evoke mindfulness and a journey towards presence. This experienced yogini believes that integrity and joy are greatest attributes you can bring to the practice and she guides her students to cultivate these qualities in a peaceful and nurturing environment. Emma is a senior yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance UK.

Janice Champion

I’ve been teaching yoga for 15 years and my training was in the Sivananda tradition. I teach Vinyasa flow mainly now as I love the creativity of it.
I like to vary my classes and include teachings for self improvement based on yoga but in a way that meets modern day living. My focus is always to inspire students to live their best life and to get the most out of their yoga for strength and mobility.


Laura Gate-Eastley

teaches vinyasa flow yoga in London and runs weekend retreats on the Isle of Wight. She is a passionate and caring teacher who is committed to empowering her students with the tools to develop a strong and regular yoga practice. Each class becomes a moving meditation, strengthening, purifying and creating greater clarity and ease in body and mind. A student teacher mentor, Laura is also Reiki 1 & 2 attuned and a ‘hot yoga’ teacher.

Madison King – writer & teacher of Energy Medicine

Madison has worked with the energies of the body for over 30 years. An original student of Donna Eden (EDEN ENERGY MEDICINE – USA) she now runs the EEM European training school in Dorking and is a senior faculty teacher of the advanced training in Arizona.

Her own work MADISON’S MEDICINE is a blend of all she has learnt, across different disciples such as Aromatherapy, nutrition, yoga, reflexology, Acupressure, Flower essences and more.

With a  true Beginner’s Mind, she is the eternal student and loves sharing what she learns.

She is a published author; 7 books, all available on Amazon, over 100 articles and is regularly quoted in mainstream British press, even appearing on UK TV demonstrating energy medicine techniques.

Madison left Central London in 2006 for a quieter life on the Island and in Southern Spain. Her retreats at the farm are a unique fusion of study, replenishing relaxation and play; that will nurture and nourish you amongst a small group of like-minded souls.

Each retreat has a different focus, be it working on yourself or your pets – the key feature is that she is able to take complicated techniques and show how simple they are and provide practical tools you can take away and use straight away and for the rest of your life – and with a smile!

Dynamic Flow Yoga with Dina Cohen

Dina is accredited as a Senior Teacher and Teacher Trainer by Yoga Alliance both here and in USA and and has been practicing and teaching yoga and Mindfulness since the 90s, promoting these as tools for a healthy, toned and supple body, as well as a deeper and more expansive outlook on life.

Her teaching is inspired by the fluid, breath-synchronised dance of Vinyasa Flow, the precision and integrity of Iyengar, and the deep lake of meditative stillness that is Yin and Restorative Yoga.
Dina has been a mentor on the Yoga Campus and Embodied Dancer Teacher Trainings, is registered with British Wheel of Yoga and has her own studio, Goldendoor, in London.

Dina Cohen yoga

Caroline Harrison

“Movement and exercise can be invigorating, uplifting and challenging as well as calming, soothing and centering. Each of us needs an individual combination to find our balance, to bring us to better health and well-being. As a teacher I help my clients to recognise this need and to find this balance”

To breath and to move. These are two of our most basic instincts. Pilates brings attention to the inter-relationship between the two. This form of mindful exercise helps us to tune in to our bodies inherent intelligence.

This starts the process of self- awareness, unravelling habitual negative movement patterns, unlocking tension and building a strong and balanced body.  This in turn equips us to be resilient to the physical and/or emotional challenges that come our way.

As a teacher I aim to guide my clients and to support them in their own individual exploration.


Pilates pose