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Based in the south of England, on the sunny Dorset coast, sìdà yoga is owned and operated by Victoria – a certified Yoga Alliance Professional with more than 3,000 teaching hours and over a decade of experience in helping people to be their best.

Whether you’re coming to yoga for the first time, looking for help in reaching a specific goal, or aiming to enhance your existing practice – Victoria has experience in helping you achieve exactly what you want, in a way that suits your individual style.


As the owner of sìdà yoga, Victoria is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT500) with Yoga Alliance. She teaches Restorative, Alignment, Yin, Rocket, Aerial & Vinyasa classes online and across Dorset, having accumulated over 3000 teaching & training hours since graduation.

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Victoria has travelled all over the world both learning and practicing yoga for over 10 years. Based in Dorset, she is able to offer a refreshing and energetic style of teaching focusing on the ‘feel good’ factor that yoga provides for individuals and groups.


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, our classes are multi-level from beginner to advanced.

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