I am a vinyasa yoga teacher with a regular yoga practice spanning more than a decade. I also teach pre and post-natal yoga.

I have a 200-hour Yoga Alliance accredited vinyasa yoga training completed in 2015 and a 50-hour Post-graduate teacher training from the London-based organisation Sunday School Yoga. I have an 85-hour pregnancy and post-natal teacher training from Sally Parkes Yoga completed in 2018.

I am based in Earlsfield and mainly teach in Earlsfield, Wimbledon and Tooting.

I teach a fluid flowing style of Vinyasa yoga. I teach people from beginner level and more advanced.

As well as an avid yogi, I am generally a very active person. I dance (contemporary and jazz are my favourites), run, practise Pilates, sometimes weight train – and when I can squeeze it in I adore playing and learning new skills on hoops and silks. I’m always up for a challenge and to see what my body can do next.

My yoga practice has always complemented and supported me in all this activities as well as providing welcome respite from hours sat at my desk trying to hit various deadlines in my other job as a freelance business journalist.

I believe that the more we all just get moving – the better. Movement will aid flexibility, strength and mobility.

I adapt my classes to all levels of experience and needs. I still hold true to the idea that fluid movement is a great way to gain mobility and flexibility.  Those who are less familiar to the practice are always given different options to explore.

Qualifications and Professional Development

200-Hour Teacher Training in Ubud, Bali 2015  – Shades of Yoga

50-hour Post-Graduate Diploma in London, February 2017 – Sunday School Yoga

85-Hour Pregnancy and Postnatal yoga training – Sally Parkes Yoga – July 2018

– Lisa White, Zephyr B. Wildman-Green on Supporting Pregnant and Postnatal Students in General Yoga [Online Course taken with Yoga Campus in Sept-Oct 2019]

– Yoga for Refugees, Asylum Seekers & Under-served Groups with OURMALA – Two-day course taken at Yoga Quota in Oxford – December 2019

I am registered with the Yoga Alliance Professionals.

What People Say

Becca is knowledgable and experienced and I particularly like that she offers a range of clear options for many of the poses.


Becca has a calm and gentle style of teaching which makes you feel supported during your practice. 


I was completely new to yoga when I started and with Becca’s patience and support I feel I have really made good progress.


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