Yoga Teachers

Brighton Yoga teachers at Brighton Buddhist Centre are experienced and each teach different styles : Hatha Yoga, Iyengar Yoga,Vinyasa Flow and Vajrasati Yoga. The teachers are Jim Tarran, Vidyadasa, Kevin Donovan, Michelle Mathias, Salma Darling, Nathan Godolphin, Tabitha Tarran, Randall Evans. You can read more information about the Yoga Teachers below.

Tabitha Tarran

This class is suitable for all levels of experience. Classical yoga postures are explored mindfully with close attention given to detail and breath. Props may be used to find ease in the postures, allowing tension and stiffness to unfold and release.Tabitha has been teaching yoga for over a decade and was a founding member of Vajrasati Yoga School. She has studied with Scaravelli inspired John Stirk and Iyengar teacher Sallie Sullivan, melding these influences into her own classes along with her Pilates mat instructor training.

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Khadine Morcom

Khadine Morcom has been practicing yoga since 1997 and teaching since 2004.  She is a Senior Teacher in the Vajrasati Yoga School and assists on the teacher training course. Her classes are deep, kind and fun and her passion for the whole field of yoga, along with her warm nature, make classes with her uplifting and inspiring. Her studies in yoga have been with a wide range of international teachers and she finds inspiration in fusing yogic philosophy and embodied practice together.

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Vidyadasa’s Yoga classes include simple and effective explorations of Hatha yoga postures. They begin and end with a meditative body awareness session. You will find yourself moving fluidly and easily through postures, improving flexibility & freedom of movement, whilst creating a deep sense of awareness, sensitivity and strength.

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Jim Tarran

Jim’s teaching style blends a straight forward friendly approach with a deep undercurrent of understanding of ‘living anatomy’ and yoga philosophy. His broad palette of techniques allows him to teach appropriately to people of all types to find their next step towards yoga’s ultimate goal of an effortless union with life. (Samadhi)

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Randall Evans

Randall began teaching Yoga at the University of California, San Diego where he graduated with a Masters in Fine Art in 1992. Randall is an Intermediate Junior 3 Iyengar® Yoga teacher and has recently settled in Sussex, UK. He studies Yoga with B.K.S. Iyengar and his son Prasant S. Iyengar and daughter Dr. Geeta S. Iyengar at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute in Pune, India and many of his senior teachers around the world. Randall is inspired by the transformational quality of yoga and teaches with clarity, insight and creativity.

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Michelle Mathias

This style of yoga is more like a fluid, mindful, dance with ourselves.  The pace can be gentle, or more dynamic. Sequences of poses are linked by a ‘vinyasa’ or half a sun salutation, and each movement is linked to the breath.

Starts with some gentle warming up, meditation and centering, sun salutations, and then moving through some standing poses, seated poses, including twists and backbends, before a finishing sequence, some breath work and a relaxation at the end. All poses can be modified to suit all levels. All classes include pranayama (breath control), meditation and relaxation.

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Kevin Donovan

Kevin is an established Yoga teacher with a teaching practice extending over a 20 year period. Originally trained by Mira and Silva Mehta at the Iyengar school in Maida Vale he then went on to practice Astanga Vinyasa with John Scott and Shadow Yoga with Shandor Remette. Enjoying a considerable breadth of experience he is comfortable working with all types of students including those with disabilities, those recovering from injury or surgery, and can modify the personal practice of pregnant students according to their specific needs.

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Nathan Godolphin

A gentle, meditative approach, while still having a good stretch! A fluid journey through movement and postures. The emphasis is on noticing what’s happening in body, breath and mind. This is an Awareness based practice. Each class is varied and rounded- different, and yet following a tried and tested structure.

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