Lucy co-founded Flow with her husband Ben in 2015. She is a qualified senior yoga and meditation teacher and has been teaching since 2010. Lucy now mainly teaches private 1-2-1 clients in a therapeutic capacity as well as running meditation courses, teacher trainings, anatomy courses, retreats and weekly yoga classes. She is currently studying Integrative Counselling & Coaching at the University of East London. With her new interest in psychology, Lucy offers a fully rounded 360 approach to health and wellbeing. She has a creative approach that uses yogic principals as a steady foundation to help carefully manage the complex demands of everyday life.
Ben co-founded Flow with his wife Lucy in 2015. Ben graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Osteopathic Medicine in 1999 and since then has been a much-loved and respected local osteopath. He has extensive experience in working with individuals with a wide range of complaints using both structural and cranial osteopathic techniques. Ben is particularly interested in helping people to understand the causes of their injuries and how to prevent their recurrence. He emphasises the importance of exercise in the process of recovery and understands deeply how yoga and osteopathy can work in synergy to promote overall well-being. Ben also offers tailored Structural Stability 1-2-1 sessions in our Tunbridge Wells yoga studio.
Melissa attained a Diploma from the London School of Sports Massage in 2014. She uses specialist massage techniques to help treat muscle injuries, soreness and pain, allowing her clients to move more freely and to improve posture. She is also a qualified and experienced Pregnancy Massage therapist as well as an experienced practitioner for the treatment of headaches. As a former athlete herself, Melissa has a unique insight into the best methods of massage treatment needed to enhance performance and quality of life!
Greta has been practicing yoga since 2005 and continues to develop her practice with verve. Yoga has guided her through sometimes choppy waters including major surgery but ultimately, it makes her feel strong, flexible and centred in mind/body; this she passionately transmits in her teaching. Greta’s classes authentically weave the ancient yogic tradition into a relevant modern practice re-connecting innate body/breath wisdom. She has become a much loved and respected teacher since she qualified from Triyoga (390hrs) in 2017.
Neelam qualified as yoga teacher in 2020 under Flow’s very own Understanding Yoga Teacher Training course. Having qualified we are delighted to welcome Neelam to the Flow teaching team to offer her own unique voice and share her individual style and understanding of yoga. Her classes are inspired by nature, Ayurveda, philosophy and Qigong. Supporting students to deepen their connection to their bodies and essence whilst developing equanimity of mind amid the beautiful chaos we call life.
Brigid specialises in the field of pregnancy yoga. She holds both the Birthright Perinatal and Postnatal diplomas. She is an Active Birth Educator and a Hypnobirth teacher as well as a doula. Brigid teaches our pregnancy yoga at Flow and after 21 years teaching is a highly experienced and qualified teacher who will be able to accommodate you whatever pregnancy related condition or special need you may have. You and your baby will be in very safe hands with Brigid!
Sonja qualified in 2018 under the Triyoga 350 hr programme, trained by Anna Ashby and Tony Watson. Her Hatha yoga classes are alignment based and anatomically focused, exploring traditional prāṇāyāma techniques. Her sequencing consists of asana that flow together but also breaks down components of a posture for a deeper, stronger, more fulfilling expression. Her yoga classes are a sacred time for reflection allowing you to uncover and discover along the way, aiming for mental, emotional and physical enrichment.
Charlotte’s yoga classes are creative yet alignment-based focusing on a journey of self-enquiry to achieve a balance between flexibility and strength, not only on a physical but also on a mental level. She is a life-time learner and having qualified as a yoga teacher in 2017 she has continued to study and be inspired by a whole range of teachers and yoga styles including yin yoga to balance the yang, and yoga nidra practices to soothe and calm.
Hannah qualified as yoga teacher in 2020 under Flow’s very own Understanding Yoga Teacher Training course. Having qualified we are delighted to welcome Hannah to the Flow teaching team. Hannah’s classes are a delightful slow journey of discovery into your own individual needs, helping you to truly unwind. Through slow and mindful flow, pranayama and meditation Hannah’s classes will help to nourish your mind, body and soul. Everyone is welcome and everyBODY is supported, celebrated and respected.
Bella has completed 330 hours of training in Ashtanga Vinyasa, Rocket and Music in Yoga, having started her teaching journey in 2018. She curates classes to make people feel strong and comfortable in their bodies, energised and sometimes challenged. Bella is passionate about yoga for mental health and functional movement. Her classes are fun, uplifting and dynamic based on the Ashtanga series but made to be more accessible.
Maggie’s Qi Gong flow focuses on internal experience as much as technique and alignment. She used Qi Gong to heal from burnout after years working in TV and advertising and trained as an instructor to help share the knowledge of this ancient practice. Her class helps release stress and increase vitality through a focus on organ systems and meridians. She also uses meditative movement to explore patterns within nature and the body and deepen our connection with energy.
Amy first became interested in the mind body connection when she was 19 at Drama school. The seed was planted during movement lessons, where she studied The Alexander Technique, Feldenkriess and Laban methods- all exploring movement as a tool to find a greater sense of self awareness and relaxation. This eventually led her into Yoga, which she felt connected all the dots. Amy went on to train in Ashtanga Vinyasa, pregnancy and post-natal yoga, and advanced anatomy. Her mission is to help you build a smarter and more sustainable yoga practice, that will help you move, feel and live better.
Having trained as a professional dancer as well as a yoga teacher, Alice’s classes are dynamic and expressive. She wants her students to enjoy the freedom of movement throughout the flow. Alice encourages her students to stay curious, be explorative within their bodies and just have some fun.
Alicia completed her specialist teacher training in children’s and teen Yoga with ‘Calm for Kids’ in London, in 2016. She loves sharing her passion for yoga with children and young adults at Flow. For Alicia yoga, in its broader sense, is about life and how we choose to respond to the world around us, helping us deal positively with challenging everyday situations. Alicia aims to help her young students feel more balanced, connected and spacious in mind and body.