I'm Tash. I’m one of a gazzilion Yoga teachers you will find in London who gave up their career in the professional/corporate world to pursue their dream of teaching Yoga. 

I believe in living a relaxed life full of joy, light-heartedness and gratitude. These feelings inform and guide my teaching and practice, with an awareness of the quality of the breath and an intuitive exploration of the body. I have used yoga as a tool for many years to learn more about myself both physically and emotionally and it is through this knowledge that I am able to cultivate more of what truly matters to me. It is the therapeutic value of yoga that I am particularly passionate about and hope to pass on to my students so that they can realise just how good their bodies are designed to feel.  


I’m a big fan of lists so here are some interesting, (and some not so interesting), things about me to help you negotiate whether I’m your kind of person/Yoga teacher. 


  1. I have a schnauzer (dog) called Dexter, he is the most adorable furry friend and I love the way he smells

  2. I really, really like eating. I especially like stuffing my face with spicy food and then binging on sugar to balance it all out

  3. I’m generally quite an optimistic person (or like to think I am)

  4. I’m really interested in Yoga to relieve stress (post-traumatic and everyday). You will probably find elements of stress relief in all my classes 

  5. I was born in Indonesia and moved here when I was 4. I pretty much grew up in London and feel most at home in this wonderful city

  6. I’m really close to my friends and consider them to be more like family

  7. If you like to laugh then we will probably get on

  8. I don’t take life too seriously and this is reflected in my classes - expect light-hearted sessions mixed in with some soothing movements 

  9. Controversial opinion but I don’t really believe in high-intensity exercise. I much prefer dancing or walking to get my heart-rate up

  10. I suffer from complex PTSD and I’m always amazed at how Yoga has helped me heal

  11. I have never watched a full episode of Game of Thrones or The Simpsons 

  12. I love watching Friends even though it is very much politically and socially outdated - perhaps a comfort thing?

  13. By very unpopular opinion, I actually think Ross is the funniest

  14. I have worked as a Primary School Teacher in London for years before I gave it all up

  15. I don’t miss teaching children whatsoever. I much prefer seeing all your adult faces each week

  16. I have often been told that I am a good listener

  17. I’m all about the ‘fried rice for breakfast’ kind of life

  18. I find it hard to cry in front of people but I am working on it

  19. I love to hug. Especially a long and lingering one!

  20. I’m currently thinking whether you think I’m crazy for putting my ‘about me’ section into a list format?


Still unsure as to whether you want to take my class? Get in touch and we can have a chat and get to know each other.

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