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About Amy Wu


Amy is originally from London, England and moved to Spain in 2017 after 8 years of travel around the world.

During her travels, is when she discovered yoga.  In 2013, she attended her first training at Agama Yoga, Thailand, and since then undertook her 200 hours teacher training course in Rishikesh, India - Yoga Alliance qualified in Hatha and Ashtanga yoga.

During her time in India, her passion, knowledge and understanding for yoga grew, in a place thats energy is persistent, reflective and constantly illuminating the soul.

Her teaching style reflects her understanding of yoga, maintaining it to be spiritual based and respecting of its' traditions.

Yoga has helped her cultivate a healthy mind & positive way of thinking, and this why she decided to share & support others through the power of yoga.

"If I do not go within, I go without" - her intention is to help guide to create a calm, clear & blissful mind.

To allow you to connect internally, realise your true potential & explore the curiosity within.  She believes yoga is our attitude towards ourselves, mind, body & soul & how we relate to others.

After class, you will leave feeling nourished with a sense of inner peace, awareness of mental & physical achievement, development & transformation. 

She hopes to provide ongoing support to your practise on the mat, so you have the courage to transform into the person you wish to be/ truly are off the mat.





FLOW AND LET GO........... Gentle hatha and flow classes in ENGLISH.   

Classes will be accessible to all levels.  Ideal for people with some experience of yoga and wanting to build upon your practice.  But newbies don't be shy, you are welcome!

Some asanas may prove challenging, (even for the experienced), depending on our unique body.  Amy aims to assist with alignments with your positive approach to develop our physical body.

Classes are spiritual based, sometimes asanas (postures) will have longer holds, sometimes there will be more flow, to allow us to feel and benefit fully from each asana - depending on our class aim.

She likes to use mudras also to help focus and direct awareness, connecting mind, body & breath.

Each class’ aim will be different, explained with clear instructions & focus.