Helping you achieve optimum wellbeing

Our yoga teachers have trained all over the globe and experienced many different styles of yoga – both as dedicated students themselves and as skilled instructors. They bring their own personalities and rich international experiences to our classes, while also aligning with Complete Yoga’s philosophy of offering authentic, balanced and highly personalised instruction to achieve optimum wellbeing.

blue semi circle

Amanda Glover

Amanda teaches Vinyasa Flow and Yin classes at Complete Yoga and believes that all yoga should be taught in a relaxed, safe and fun way. She offers a complementary mix of vinyasa flow with the precision of Iyengar for alignment – along with a contemplative, breath-centred practice. Amanda’s Yin classes are deeply relaxing, helping you learn how to step out of the thinking mind and into the body, taking you on a meditative journey into each pose, using bolsters, bricks and blocks to allow everyone to access all the poses and let go of physical and mental tension.

In a supportive, compassionate environment each student is able to develop at their own pace, while Amanda’s integrated blend of all of her training creates classes suited for all levels.

This wealth of experience has given her the ability to adapt and tailor her teaching to a wide range of people with varied requirements and in different yoga environments.

One of her corporate students says: “Amanda’s yoga classes are some of the most beneficial I’ve ever taken. They’ve really helped me reduce my discomfort and relax the stresses – both physical and psychological – of a desk-based life.”

Amanda adds: “It’s so rewarding to see students transform their lives through the practice of yoga”.

Amanda’s Teaching Qualifications

  • 200 Hours RYT
  • 500 Hours RYT
  • 30 Hours Yin Yoga
  • 33 Hours Restorative Yoga

Camille Kynoch

Camille discovered yoga almost 20 years ago. Her practice over the years has been her place to comeback to and refocus on the important things in life. When she had children, she trained to become a children’s yoga teacher and then went on to train mums with babies and teenagers.

Her classes are welcoming to all and fun. She guides people to use their breath to find both energy and calm and to stay grounded. Her biggest teachers are her lively three children who keep her present and playful.

Camille’s Teaching Qualifications

  • 200 Hours RYT
  • 50 Hours = Toddler Yoga with Yoga Bugs
  • 50 Hours Mummy and Me Yoga with Triyoga
  • 20 Hours Mindfulness for kids with Calm Kids
  • 20 Hours Advanced mindfulness for kids with Children’s Yoga Tree
  • 7 Hours Teen Yoga Calm Kids

Carryn Smit

Carryn Smit teaches Vinyasa Flow classes at Complete Yoga.

She loves to guide people on their own personal yoga journeys and see the magic unfold in them as they learn to go deeper into their practice.

In particular she’s always looking for new and creative ways to engage her students and better cater to their individual needs.

Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, Carryn first discovered yoga when she was 16 and has since developed a strong personal practice.

She went on to complete extensive yoga teacher trainings in India, Thailand, Indonesia and South Africa, and has spent time teaching yoga in the corporate world.

She’s been teaching Hatha, Vinyasa and Ashtanga yoga classes for almost 10 years.

Carryn is passionate about using yoga to help people achieve optimal heath and wellbeing.

With a degree in Psychology, Carryn also has a special interest in mental health and is currently undertaking a Yoga Therapy course. She loves how yoga enables people to deal with stress and difficult situations with greater ease.

Outside of her yoga teaching she loves cycling and hiking in the outdoors, and travelling.

Carryn’s Teaching Qualifications

  • 200 Hours RYT
  • 500 Yours Yoga Therapy Diploma from Yoga Campus- In Progress

Debbie Payne

Debbie teaches a Yin Yoga class at Complete Yoga.

Her teaching style is warm and supportive as she guides her students through a mindful practice that connects the mind, body and breath, while focussing on healthy intelligent alignment and balance.

Debbie started practicing yoga in 2005 to aid her recovery from a back injury and experienced the truly transformative and healing benefits that the practice offers.

She went on to complete a teaching diploma in 2010 and since then has trained in a range of yoga styles including Restorative, Yin and Pregnancy yoga.

She has been teaching vinyasa, hatha and gentle flow classes in London for almost 10 years.

In her classes, Debbie strives to create a friendly, safe and inclusive environment as she encourages her students to explore and deepen their awareness and journey into self-enquiry.

As Debbie says, “Ultimately, we would all like to be more present and at ease with ourselves, others and the world around us, as we navigate the ups and downs of day to day living”.

Outside of her yoga teaching, Debbie enjoys being in nature, dancing, skiing and travelling the world.

Debbie’s Teaching Qualifications

  • 200 Hours RYT
  • 500 Hours RYT

Jacqui Winterflood

Jacqui is the instructor at our Vinyasa classes at Complete Yoga. Her teaching style is patient and supportive, and focused on helping students perfect their breath and body alignment

Jacqui has been practicing yoga for over 20 years. She was diagnosed with an auto-immune disorder causing extreme stiffness and pain in the muscles and joints.  She believes that yoga has saved her from becoming immobile, keeping her joints and muscles flexible and strong, allowing her to reduce the amount of medication prescribed.

This personal experience opened up a whole new awareness with yoga for Jacqui,  encouraging her to continue her studies and qualify in Accessible yoga. 

Jacqui continues to put all her energy into studying and following her passion to encourage everyone of all ages, shapes, sizes, health, ability and disability to discover the joy of true yoga.

She strongly believes that yoga is about finding the true connection, acceptance and love for the body we have been given and celebrating that.

Outside of her yoga, Jacqui spends time with her husband, 2 teenage boys and schnoodle dog called Tassie, named after Tasmania where she is originally from.

Sarah Gero

Sarah has been practicing yoga for over 10 years and is forever a student of the practice. Through the healing powers of yoga, she aspires to help others reconnect with themselves and the world around them. In her classes, Sarah encourages her students to notice their bodies and recognise internal sensations as a way of integrating mind-body awareness into the present moment.

Following gallbladder removal surgery, Sarah became more dedicated to her yoga practice, using it a tool to heal and get stronger- physically and mentally. Through her teaching, she now aims to bring the healing powers of yoga to her students to support their wellbeing.

Her yoga classes are tailored to meet the needs of her students while providing an environment for practitioners to feel empowered. She believes each person’s practice is unique and invites her students to come exactly as they are and celebrate their own abilities. Through asana Sarah invites her students to cultivate balance and harmony on their mats, in their nervous systems, and in their lives.

Outside of her yoga teaching she loves cooking, spending time outside especially at the beach, and travelling.

Ying Wang

Ying teaches Vinyasa and Slow Flow class at Complete Yoga.

Whether it’s your first class or you practice yoga regularly, Ying always cultivates a safe space for everyone to find their own approach to the practice and connect to their inner selves. She believes in ” the only journey is the journey within “and what is learnt on the mat can be applied to life.

Over the past decade, she has developed her own approach, combining Western and Eastern, physical practices and philosophy. With a background in violin, dancing and fashion illustration as well as a passion for mental health and wellbeing, she’d like to lead her class by using her creative skills to stimulate senses through music, scents and flow to create the immersive experience that will leave everyone feeling refreshed and relaxed after the class.

Out of her yoga teaching, she enjoys dancing, Pilates and travelling.

Zeynep Doenmez

Zeynep teaches the Vinyasa Flow class at Complete Yoga.

She is a former Latin American Ballroom dancer and a black belt in Taekwondo. After years of competing in gymnastics, dance and martial arts, she started practicing yoga for its healing and therapeutic benefits. Her love for yoga inspired her to complete her yoga teachers training in Ashthanga, Vinyasa and Rocket Yoga.

She is passionate about helping her students get more body awareness by focusing on alignment of the asanas and breath work. In her classes, she encourages students to practice at their own pace and her wealth of experience ensures that the class is tailored to their needs.

Outside of her yoga teaching she loves dancing, cycling, cooking and spending time outdoors with her son.

  • 200 Hours Ashthanga Yoga
  • 300 Hours Vinyasa Yoga
  • 100 Hours Rocket Yoga

About us

“Yoga is so much more than just physical exercise. It is, and has always been, a philosophy and a life skill that will lead you to a state of total wellbeing”

— Anushree Puri, Founder

Want to be first?

We have many exciting things coming to Complete Yoga
From new classes to speakers and workshops.
Be the first to find out!

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.