500-hour Tutor & Anatomy Tutor
Corrie began dancing at a young age, and after theatrical boarding school, she merged her love of dancing with singing, and moved to London to attend Arts Chiswick. She discovered yoga at 16 and has practiced Bikram, Ashtanga, and Vinyasa Flow, where she learned the joy of creative sequencing.
After nearly a decade of working in the West End and overseas, Corrie shifted into the wellness industry, becoming a Pilates teacher and personal trainer. She embarked on her 200-hour training with YogaLondon in 2012, and has since completed 500-hours. She’s seen YogaLondon from all angles, as a student, as an apprentice and as a teacher.
Corrie specialises in anatomy and leads modules on the 500-hr courses. Her vibrant personality and days as an actress are still very much a part of her, evident in her teaching style and her infectious personality.
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200-hour Course Leader
“I’m Jo... I teach...it's fun!”says Jo, which belies how energetic, fun and knowledgeable she truly is. Jo grew up in Guilford, Surrey, and was introduced to yoga in 6th form. She moved to London when she was 19 to attend Central School of Speech and Drama, transferring later to Exeter Uni. The highlight of her week was always her movement classes.
Back in London after uni, she obtained a day job but quickly signed up for a yoga teacher training with YogaLondon. After completing her teacher training she was hired as assistant director for a show and couldn’t wait for it to be over. Afterward, she switched to yoga full-time.
Jo has done all of her training with YogaLondon, completing her 200-hr and Pregnancy TTC. She teaches 10 classes during the weekdays, Postnatal Courses, as well as being Course Leader on the 200-hr and Pregnancy Training for YogaLondon.
Jo recalls that her YL training felt inclusive and encouraging, something she strives to emulate as Course Leader. She wants to help students gain confidence and courage during their TTC, something she herself experienced.
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Pregnancy Midwife Tutor
The year was 1978 and Christine was in training to become a nurse. As part of her midwifery training, she was assigned to a home birth at a squat in Camden. The woman laboured, full of power and pain, then abruptly stood up naked; in that moment, Christine felt her own embarrassment and discomfort. The birth continued naturally and a baby boy was born. That woman turned out to be Christine’s greatest teacher.
Christine was born, raised and educated in London. She received a BSc in Social Science and Administration from the London School of Economics and an MSc in Medical Sociology from the Royal Holloway College. In addition, she has completed a Licentuate in Acupuncture, a Licentuate in Oriental Herbalism as well as a diploma in caniosacral therapy from The College of Craniosacral Therapy.
She has worked as a midwife since 1981 and received her teaching qualification from Surrey University in 1990. She currently teaches at the University of West London, and is linked to Chelsea Hospital, Westminister Hospital and West Middlesex Hospital and has been present at over 750 births.
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