Josie Sykes is a Vinyasa and Hatha Yoga instructor at the popular Svaha Yoga Studio in Amsterdam. As a teacher of the Feldenkrais Method (the powerful approach to improving life with gentle and mindful movements), Josie has a superb understanding of somatics and healthy postural alignments that energizes her students no matter their yoga level or their physical abilities. Introduced to pranayama breathing by her mother at the age of five, both breathing and meditation are featured strongly in her practice. Josie lovingly supports yoga students to discover the very best in themselves.
Yoga Alliance RYT 500 (Vinyasa Yoga)
B.A. in Philosophy. He also studied western and eastern music at an undergraduate and graduate level and loves to explore how many of the Indian Arts are related. Neil fell in love with Bhakti Flow after he found himself playing and singing along with Rusty Wells. Since then, Neil has been teaching in San Francisco and all over the world. Neil believes that in any art or discipline, one can only be a great student and never a master. Through music, sweat, laughter, and flow, Neil's playful and challenging classes will help inspire you to find the beautiful rhythm of Bhakti Flow.
Blending classical Hatha, Anusara, and Ashtanga Vinyasa traditions with mindfulness meditation, Sylvia Ferguson received her teaching diploma from Yoga Therapy Ireland in 2003 and was featured in May of 2015 nationwide as a teacher that exudes the calmness. Sylvia currently offers public and corporate programs in Dublin, travels internationally teaching for Exotic Yoga Retreats, and has active an array of online Hatha yoga, yoga Nidra, and mindfulness courses. When not teaching or mothering, Sylvia writes articles about yoga and mindfulness for the Yoga Therapy Ireland Magazine.
Nina Butler is an experienced yoga teacher and writer, and she is the creator of YOGICOMM, an online platform for multiple yoga instructors to share bespoke yoga videos with their clients. Originally certified as a Sivananda Yoga Teacher in Vrindavan, India, Nina traveled to Mysore and trained in the traditional Mysore-style Ashtanga Shala, and has since incorporated this experience into her yoga practice. When Nina isn’t teaching, sailing, cooking or traveling, she is somehow finding the time to write her first novel. You can learn more about Nine at www.ninabutler.net.
Sivananda Yoga Alliance RYT 300 (Hatha Yoga)