Zephyr Wildman has been a Senior Yoga Teacher in London since 2002 and has been teaching on the Yogacampus Yoga Teacher Training Diploma course since 2005. Zephyr currently teaches at The Life Centre, yoga centres around London, privately, online platforms and at The Recovery Centre (treatment centre for addiction, depression and other dependency problems). She is a Yoga Ambassador for Our Mala and Lululemon and teaches for The Gates Foundation in London.
Her teachings focus on combining the elements of creative movement, flow and dynamic sequencing, focusing on alignment and kinesiology. Zephyr also has experience in practicing Deep Tissue Massage Therapy since 1991, giving a greater depth of knowledge to her teaching of the human anatomy and physiology, specialising in working with chronic pain, injuries and ailments. As well as the physical side to yoga asana, she has a great interest in integrating psychology, yogic philosophy, and the attraction of self study within her practice, teaching and lifestyle.
Zephyr continues studying with her main teachers drawing on their living wisdom of Yoga and passing those lessons on to her own students. She integrates the transformative teachings of Rod Stryker’s Para Yoga and Richard Freeman’s Ashtanga method in her teaching. She has also conducted workshops globally using Doug Keller’s “The Therapeutic Wisdom of Yoga” passing on these key teachings to her students. Her teachers inspire her to share the blessings found in Yoga, Tantra, Ayurveda, and the art of energetically sequencing bespoke therapeutic practices for students of all different abilities. She is registered with Yoga Alliance US & UK as a 500 hour Senior Yoga Teacher.https://zephyryoga.com/
"I would like Lizzie and Adelene to know that this was a very informative weekend and that they structured the days very well. I liked the way in which when we worked in pairs we had a quiet brainstorm session while we were waiting our turn. They set a timer so we all had time to enjoy the pose and to also learn about the pose and its benefits too." Student on Goddesses at Rest: Restorative yoga to support the sacred feminine, June 2016