isle-of-wightThe Isle of Wight is a place known for its fresh air and beautiful natural surroundings. We arrange workshops from time to time and individual sessions can be tailored to your needs.








Workshops and Classes
More workshops and events to follow.


Devani has been practising yoga for over 30 years and teaching since 1991, having trained as a yoga teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga and as a yoga therapist with the Yoga Biomedical Trust, before working as a senior therapist at the Yoga Therapy Centre London.

Devani was introduced to Yasodhara Yoga in London in 2000 and trained at Yasodhara Ashram from 2008. In 2018 took her initiation into Brahmacharya.

‘I am a student of the teachings of Swami Sivananda Radha. I completed my training at Yasodhara Ashram in Hidden Language of Hatha Yoga, Kundalini Yoga and the Yoga of Dreams in 2010. Since that time I have been a regular visitor to the Ashram. This is a yoga of reflection, working directly on mind and consciousness. Following this path has brought real change in my life.’



Recent Workshops

Finding Balance with Hatha Asanas – Sept 2017

In life we have many roles and many responsibilities. How do we keep ourselves balanced and centred when faced with life’s challenges?   This workshop provided an opportunity to stretch and relax gently, working with symbolism, imagery and visualization, to reveal the hidden messages of each asana.

Elizabeth was thrilled to be returning to the Island to reconnect with old friends and students. Here you see a group that stayed behind after the workshop for a cup of tea.


Transitions: Embracing Change – Sept 2018
Using the practice of Yoga asanas, yoga can support you in handling the changes that life brings.




Inner Life of Asanas – 2016

Go further into your practice of Yoga. Get to know your body and mind at a deeper level. Find out how each asana acts as a mudra or seal, opening to deeper levels of consciousness.

By relaxing, taking your stretches gently and slowly, working with metaphors, symbolism, imagery and visualization, ‘hidden’ levels of meanings of each asana are revealed.