Yoking is yoga is a non-competitive & safe environment for you to ease your body/mind

offering a wide range of mindful movement and breathing practices for all to enjoy   


Reviews -

Adjustments and options are excellently and clearly given to yogis, without being at all judgemental. I found the teacher knowledgeable, engaging and encouraging development of all in the class.'  J, retired Yoga Teacher

I really recommend Katherine’s class. A wonderfully slow and calming class which can challenge and strengthen wherever you are with your yoga. I’ve found the sessions are a little holiday from the world around me and are comparable to an hour long massage! Thank you Katherine.


'I have to say how much I enjoy your yoga classes. Always leave feeling much brighter and your tones / instructions really help with finding lovely space focus! I find your class deeply reassuring; both on a bodily level and feeling of being supported within online class group.'    


'I've been joining the Yoking classes on a regular basis since last May and have found them to be huge support over this time, feeling more grounded and able to sleep better as a result! 

As a beginner it was a great introduction into the practice, gaining knowledge around the teachings. My overall flexibility and balance have greatly improved!'  


Great class. I’m a beginner and found that Katherine’s directions to be the same as if she were in the room - she’s really intuitive. I’m particularly grateful for the classes where she’s talked about breathing. I wear a FFP3 mask for work and was getting chest and diaphragm pain from sucking in air, but with a few simple tips this is no longer an issue for me.


'Katherine is an exceptional teacher'


'Yoking is Yoga is what yoga is all about. Katherine’s warmth and sheer love for yoga is clear when teaching and puts the whole class at ease. 
The way Katherine describes each pose, each breathing technique and leads you into relaxation is blissful.' 


'Classes and flow are gentle and really reflective especially the reading at the end. She encourages the use of props to help you achieve a pose with comfort.'


More about -

Inspired by recent talks and workshops by Peter Blackaby, Alistair Shearer and intensive training with Donna Farhi (Wolfson College, Cambridge June 2018), Katherine has completed the 500hr Diploma to teach yoga with British Wheel of Yoga, currently highest level of Yoga teacher training qualification in the UK, which includes an in-depth 3 years of anatomy, theory, practice and philosophy.  She has also completed 'Yoga for Teenagers' with Calm for Kids (Christiane Kerr) and is constantly learning, partaking in CPD's with Peter Blackaby and other realms of yoga and other disciplines such as Permaculture that make sense as a practice of balance and adaptation.  


Katherine's interest lies in how yoga can help throughout the different stages of life. She has experience teaching preschool - 75 year olds, including expectant Mothers during pregnancy, perimenopause with endometriosis as well as those with reduced mobility post surgical intervention in chair yoga.  1-1's are an excellent means to reap the benefits of yoga specific to your needs, with consideration for the variables of health and medical history.

With past experience working within the arts in London and setting up a Breastfeeding Peer Support group for Westminster NCT managing the enrolment and training of a group of 14 Mothers to volunteer as Peer Supporters for local Surestart, Community Centres and Chelsea and Westminster NICU & maternity wards.


The heart of Katherine's approach to all that she facilitates is the consideration of interconnectivity, support, equality and compassion for the wealth that sharing and understanding direct attention & experience brings. 

I discovered yoga before I knew what 'yoga' was.  Like most children do, exploring and experimenting with my body, creating shapes and moving to rhythms; headstands in the school field, dancing, spinning like a whirling dervish to recreate the sense of expansive freedom of being stood on a cliff.  Having been first taught Vrkasana (tree) outside a barn in Norfolk aged 12, and my first yoga class in a gym 2 years later, I distinctly remember the sense of relief and wonder at how joyous it felt to move into asana (postures).  It was in London post painting degree in Brighton that really signed and sealed my interest in the relationship between the self and other, the more philosophical ideas behind movement and awareness, along via the meditative experience of having an art practice, which brought me to a more serious involvement into the realms of the 8 limbs of Yoga. The implications of the neuroscience, psychology & philosophy that branches off from the ever multitudinous Yoga (meaning 'to yoke' the body/mind to the breath), is fascinating grounds for investigation!  

During our yoga practice we will consider the breath and it's effect on the emotions, the brains neuroplasticity and the bodies potential to heal.  The potential of all beings non-human and human (to quote Timothy Morton), flexibility and strength within the mind/body, poetry, literature, I hope to bring all of these things together within community-based classes & 1-2-1 sessions.  


Yoga after-all is a process of enquiry, that starts with the body.

As a regular practitioner (formally) of yoga for over 17 years, I hope (on a novel note) to take the headstand into my 80/90's if my body allows for it!  However, yoga is much more than a mere headstand, it is an approach, an attitude to life.