P I P P A
yoga and wellness
Pippa is a yoga teacher, speaker and Founder of 'the girlness project' - an initiative that seeks to support the emotional and physical wellbeing of young girls and women.
She has practiced yoga for twelve years and trained with Triyoga London, the UK's Leading Teacher Training Program. She has since returned to the Teacher Training to assist and mentor new teachers.
Pippa teaches private and group classes in London as well as running workshops, talks and retreats across the country and abroad. She teaches weekly in the NHS working with adolescents who are in intensive treatment programs for eating disorders. Pippa works regularly with yoga teachers and is a teacher on the UK's first Yoga Therapy Training for Children & Young People. She is also a faculty member of 'The Art of Teaching Yoga 1-2-1’, a two year teacher training for yoga teachers who want to specialise in this field.
Pippa's classes are spacious and intuitive, allowing time for exploration and contemplation. Her teaching encourages students to follow their own body wisdom by supporting them to develop self-awareness and embodiment. She has a mindful approach to alignment, which honours the needs for different approaches for individual structures. She has a person-centered and process orientated approach, which is informed by her rich personal experience of working one-to-one with her teacher Kate Ellis for five years and her study of Embodied Relational Therapy, a form of body psychotherapy developed by Nick Totton.
Pippa has worked in a broad range of settings with a broad range of clients including professional athletes, The British Army, lululemon, The Foreign & Commonwealth Office, Save The Children and has taught over 1000 girls through ‘the girlness project’ - giving her a rich and diverse teaching background to draw insight from. She has been featured in and written for a number of national newspapers and lifestyle magazines including Women’s Fitness, Yoga Magazine, Yogamatters, Harper’s Bazaar and the iPaper.