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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 nearly 10 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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Virtual Yoga: Why my Zoom classes will never be free

A controversial topic, and no doubt one that will ruffle the feathers of a few students and teachers alike. Screw it, I’m throwing caution to the wind, putting my big girl panties on and ready to face the potential huffs and puffs from the inter web. I’m starting to really despise the phrase ‘these unprecedented times’. Errr no sh*t Sherlock! At the moment, there isn’t a soul that hasn’t been affected in some way by Covid-19. If you haven’t, please let me know what planet you are on and whether I …

Virtual Yoga: Developing a Consistent Home Practice

How do you develop  a consistent yoga practice at home? We are certainly living in extraordinary times right now. Every single one of us has had to adapt to a new temporary way of life as we try and stay safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. Many of my students work for the NHS. When I catch myself in a grump, frustrated that I can’t see friends for a cheeky vino or attend a family BBQ, I think of them. Staying home really is a small ask in the grand scheme …

Product Review: Liforme Yoga Mat

Choosing a yoga mat is as personal as choosing a watch or a new pair of shoes (in my opinion). A number of factors determine which one you buy, whether that be budget, eco-friendly manufacturing procedures or grip. I look for two main things when purchasing a yoga mat. I need really good grip (I do get my sweat on), and I need it to wear well, although this isn’t as important as grip. My first ‘proper’ yoga mat was a Lululemon mat and I still recommend those mats to …