Beth Crivelli

In 2011, disenchanted by my fashion career, I decided to swap luxury rags for sweaty shorts to become a Bikram yoga teacher. Throughout my years of teaching and practicing different styles of yoga, I realised the magnitude of what yoga truly is a physical, spiritual and ethical practice.


I have since trained in Yoga Therapy, Jivamukti Yoga, Vinyasa flow, Pre- Post natal yoga, Yin , Mat Pilates and taken a number of anatomy and other courses. As well as teaching Yoga to the general public, I specialise in bespoke yoga for the individual. Throughout my years of teaching, I have come to realise the extent to which we all have different bodies and different life experiences and these create a unique life story for each of us.


I assist my students through movement, breath, meditation and awareness in adapting the practice to their own individual needs- physical, emotional and mental.

My public classes are versatile and adaptable but still challenging; I believe there is a pose in each pose for everyone. I provide options and layering so that students are encouraged to use their inner teacher and meet their boundaries whilst respecting their own limits. Through acceptance we can find growth.


Whilst leading the teacher trainings (Hot 26/2, Vinyasa and Yin) for Sadhana Yoga & Wellbeing I encourage trainees to find their own voice and respect the core values of yoga. I teach the trainings from a place that believes yoga is for everyone and has nothing to with performance and all to do with introspection and working to the best version of ourselves we can be.


Yoga has stretched, healed and strengthened my body, belief system, mind and soul, in unexpected and amazing ways. Yoga continuously challenges changes and shapes you. The practice of yoga is a harmonising self-study, which helps to align one with inner and outer peace, as well as the earth and all its earthlings.