West London Buddhist Centre

Yoga Studio

The Studio Teachers

  • Charlie Merton

    Charlie’s yoga journey and indeed  spiritual journey is one of lifelong learning, never-ending lessons, embracing the challenges and learning to sing in the rain. She has a deeply-rooted motivation to help others and to help them develop the tools they need to achieve inner balance and unity of mind, body and spirit, thus ensuring their well-being in…

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  • Emmanuelle de la Lubie

    Emmanuelle de la Lubie has practised many different types of yoga including Astanga, Sivananda, and Hatha yoga. In 2008 Emmanuelle discovered the Iyengar Yoga method and found that it was the one for her! Encouraged by her teacher Amparo Rodriguez, she began the teacher training programme at the Iyengar Yoga Institute in Maida Vale with Senior teacher Sallie Sullivan and…

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  • Jake Birne

    Jake started practicing yoga 13 years ago whilst studying ballet and contemporary dance. From there, he began a journey of inquiry into the self, and the very nature of existence through the teachings of yoga, the Buddha and more recently Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh. Jake completed the triyoga 2-year diploma with senior teachers Jeff Phenix…

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  • Kiki Felippe

    Kiki Felipe has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and meditation for over 15 years, specialising in Restorative, Pregnancy and Hatha yoga. Her relaxed, nurturing approach in lessons makes students feel harmonised and supported both emotionally and physically. She has studied with Anna Ashby, Adelene Cheong, Nadia Narain and graduated from Institute For Integrative Nutrition,…

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  • Martha Winfield

    Martha was born in the US and moved to London in 1993. She started yoga in 1994 after her mother introduced her to it following the death of her father. She was hooked after her first class and has been practicing ever since. Lynne Pinette, her first teacher, started her off with pregnancy yoga and…

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