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As the owner of sida yoga, Victoria is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT200) with Yoga Alliance. Based in Dorset, she mainly teaches Restorative, Alignment and Vinyasa classes using yoga props to allow safe progression and deeper exploration of poses.


Victoria has travelled all over the world practicing yoga for the last five years. She is now based in Dorset, England, teaching individuals and groups. Victoria is able to offer a refreshing and energetic style of teaching focusing on the ‘feel good’ factor yoga provides.


Victoria works with her students closely to determine each individual need and develop tailored practices to suit all requirements. Keen to make yoga accessible for everyone, Victoria’s classes are multi-level from beginner to advanced.

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Happy International Yoga Day

It’s here!!!!! It’s International Yoga Day! For most people its the start of summer being the longest day of the year and all, but for those that regularly roll out their mat it’s a day the yoga community come together and mark the occasion with special classes and events. This special day has been recognised since 2015 and was first proposed by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his UN address in September 2014 and is recognised as a way of promoting peace, harmony and of course health all over …

Stuck in a study rut!

My palms are sweaty, my heart is in my throat, my brain isn’t working and I feel quite sick. I’m surrounded by the sound of hundreds of pens scribbling furiously, while I stare blankly at the paper in front of me that only has my name and the date, and I am not entirely sure I’ve written that correctly. Question 1 is an essay question and I’m pretty sure of the subject but can’t recall any facts to back up my answer despite cramming the night before on this very …

Beat the Heat

It’s getting hot in here….so take off all your clothes! While I have full respect for the naked yogis out there, I don’t really want my wobbly bits on show when I’m practising even if it is 100 degrees outside. My practise these days feels different. Ashtanga, Vinyasa, Rocket and Power yoga are not just a challenge but feel practically impossible. My mat needs a daily clean from my sweat and I’m chugging through more water than I ever thought possible….Ah, it must be Summer. I love pushing myself in …