Zephyr Wildman

Zephyr Wildman

Zephyr has been teaching Yoga since 2002 in London, trained via Yoga Campus and has been a Mentor on their yoga training program since 2005. She teaches at The Life Centre, Yoga Centres around London, private tuition, and at The Recovery Centre (treatment centre for addiction, depression and other dependency problems). Her teachings focus on combining the elements of creative movement, flow and dynamic sequencing, focusing on alignment, prana vayus and kinesiology.

Zephyr also has experience in practicing Deep Tissue Massage Therapy since 1991, which compliments Yoga Teaching. As well as the physical side to Yoga Asana, she has a great interest in integrating psychology, yogic philosophy, and the attraction of self study within her practice, teaching and life style. Zephyr continues studying with Rod Stryker, Richard Freeman, and Doug Keller. Her teachers inspire her to share the courage, strength and blessings found in Tantra, Ayurveda, and the art of energetically sequencing, bespoking therapeutic practices for students of all different abilities. She is registered with Yoga Alliance UK as a 500 hour Yoga Teacher. Zephyr teaches at the Life Centre, London.

When you have tried a few online classes, why not check out Zephyr's retreats with Destination Yoga?

Zephyr's challenges:

  • 15 Day Core Challenge

    15 Steps

    Discover the range and fun you can have whilst building your core for good posture and good looks.

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  • Cellular Renewal Cleanse

    7 Steps

    The ultimate programme to restore and supercharge with expert instruction across nutrition, yoga and mindfulness.

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  • 21 Day Improvers Challenge

    21 Steps

    An inspiring set of 20 - 30 minute classes to ignite your yoga practice.

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  • Transformation Course

    30 Steps

    Progress and extend your yoga practice with dynamic flows and deep meditations.

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  • Get into SUMMER

    9 Steps

    Our top picks for warm days, long nights and summer holidays.

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