Emily-Clare Hill and Paul Wong

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How to Start Your Own Yoga Studio

Thinking of opening your own yoga studio? Don’t miss this session. We want to share with you all the truths, the struggles and all the joys. We now have a yoga studio based north London that is wonderfully successful a space we are very proud of. We have managed to maintain a space true to yoga and community whilst still being a successful business. We’ll tell you all you want to know, no holding back full sharing of what works and what doesn’t. We may shatter some of the illusions of owning your own space, but for us it’s still definitely been worth it. The community it has brought into our life is so beautiful!

Emily-Clare Hill and Paul Wong co-own Mudra Yoga Studio, long-term local residents, yoga and wellbeing enthusiasts Paul and Emily share their passion to improve health and wellbeing within the area and build a friendly and supportive community and studio where people can just be. Offering more than fantastic yoga classes and teachers but also a studio where you arrive feeling welcomed and encouraged and leave feeling inspired and uplifted.

Emily-Clare Hill has been an enthusiastic presence in the London Yoga community for the past 8 years. A senior Yoga Teacher, she facilitates CEP & YACEP workshops, trainings and teaching programmes in London and teaches many festivals and retreats around the globe. The co-founder of Sunday School Yoga, a non-profit teaching community. Her teaching style has developed from her commitment to continued study, a focus on anatomy and understanding the depths of sequencing and alignment. She is influenced by many styles ranging from strong and serious dynamic vinyasa to full restorative and nidra practices.Now you can find her running regular 200hr teacher trainings within London, as well as running the studio alongside Paul she maitains her commintement to the extenede community of London teaching regularly at other studios.

Paul Wong co-founder of Mudra Yoga London and over all seer of the studio.. Paul’s passion and enthusiasm to spread positivity through the ways of yoga and improve physical and mental wellbeing within the community has been the driving force behind the Mudra ethos and creation. Having lived in the local area for the last 14 years Paul feels very close the community and is proud and passionate about offering Mudra as a place for people to just be. Paul’s focus is to provide and offer the sanctuary so many us need. You can find him teaching regular classes at the studio and offering supportive beginner courses always welcoming newbies to the space.



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