Emma is the founder of Kanga Yoga, an international Yoga teacher and Ayurveda Therapist. She has been studying yoga and Ayurveda for over 10 years. Emma teaches with enthusiasm, care and attention to detail. She brings knowledge gained from her own personal practice and provides strong encouragement and support in her classes.
An avid traveller, Emma connects herself with others through yoga whilst following her passion for creating events in combination with her destined path of yoga.
Since 2006, she has been travelling annually to Kenya and India. Emma trained initially as a yoga teacher with the Sivananda organisation in Vietnam and as a Children’s Yoga Teacher with Rainbow Kids Yoga in London. She completed her first Ayurveda Therapist training course with the Ayuskama Ayurveda and Panchakarma Centre in India.
She continues practising with her yoga teachers Usha Devi, Bramacharya Rudra Dev and Yogi Kamal Singh in Risikesh.
In 2011, whilst teaching yoga in Madhya Pradesh, Emma also wrote a weekly yoga column for The Hindustan Times national newspaper. Today, Emma divides her time between leading international Kanga Yoga Training courses, live events and presentations, Yoga Teacher Training Courses and the Kanga Yoga and Ayurveda Retreats in Africa, Croatia and India.
Davin teaches with confidence using anatomical terms and clear instruction to describe the correct alignment through the yogasana practice. He has achieved flexibility, strength and mental clarity through his personal practice and is able to teach yoga to practitioners ranging from beginners to advanced levels.
Davin completed his teacher training RYS 500hr in Rihikesh, India. Due to his level of dedication and natural ability Davin was invited back to Rishikesh, India where he completed an Ashtanga internship and accredited yoga practitioners as teachers at 200 and 500 level.
His yoga background is based on the traditional styles of Hatha, Sivananda, Ashtanga and Iyengar. Davin’s passion for yoga has given him motivation, inspiration and patience. He truly believes in the Kanga yoga philosophy and believes yoga will change your life, bring health and inner peace.
He encourages practitioners to be humble and graceful during yoga and is focused on guiding them through their practice safely, with careful adjustments through the use of breath. Davin’s yoga journey has provided him with a new direction in life, and would love to spread the knowledge and essence of yoga throughout the world. He continues to share the teachings of Kanga Yoga, leading international Yoga Teacher Trainings, presentations, live demonstrations and courses throughout the UK.
He was taught Hatha and Iyengar yoga through his teacher and good friend Yogi Ravi Bisht, whilst also being guided through the Ashtanga method by close friend Yogi Siddharth. Carlos Mendez, student of the late Kumar Pallana played a vital role in teaching Davin the art of handstands and breath control. Davin would also like to take this opportunity to mention mentors and teachers Swami Abhishek Chaitanya of Rishikesh, for his wisdom and guidance as well as Yogini and teacher Lolita Webelman, who helped guide Davin with competence and encouragement through his earlier stages of his yoga journey.