Josie is the founder of Base Flow Yoga. She is a Brighton based movement, yoga and well being enthusiast who specialises in teaching Vinyasa flow.
She believes that the benefits of uniting and strengthening mind and body together can help to ground and support us in our day to day lives and in turn, bring clarity and improved health to all individuals.
With over 10 years teaching experience in contemporary and classical dance technique and movement practices, including anatomy, improvisation and choreography, her yoga teaching is reflective of this. Josie links traditional yoga postures and sequences together with a sense of fun and freedom whilst respecting the natural anatomy of the human body.
For the last seven years, Josie has been Head of Community Arts Practice and Dance Tutor at the prestigious BRIT School for Performing Arts and Technology in London.
Josie trained with Yoga London, under tutors Holly Warren, Rahoul Masrani and Corrie McCallum, gaining her RYT 200 Hour qualification. Josie also has a Degree in Contemporary Dance studies from the University of Roehampton, a PGCE teaching qualification from the University of Brighton and a full and up to date first aid training certificate from the British Red Cross. Josie has also recently completed her 'Teen Yoga' training under the guidance of Charlotta Martinus, as well as training with Hot Pod Yoga in London.
Inclusion and making yoga accessible for all is a prominent factor in Josie’s teaching practice and therefore she works with sensitivity and acceptance. She is interested in finding ways for all to benefit from the magic that is yoga, starting from each persons individual foundation, whatever the level of experience in yoga.