Teaching Yoga demands a complete mindset of serving others; sharing and respecting the tradition of Yoga with energy, enthusiasm and joy…..

Welcome to Yoga with Gregory Angell where nostalgia, memories and tradition meet a contemporary, inspirational and enlivening experience. Peace, elegance, & grace meet strength, power, & control.

Gregory decided to become a Yoga teacher whilst attending his first class in 2001. He loved this activity that, as if by magic, totally transformed body and mind. It was different. The sense of wellbeing after a Yoga session was mind blowing compared to other sports and fitness disciplines he’d been exposed to.

Gregory has been practicing Yoga for 18 years, teaching full time for 12 years, is committed to transmitting the true essence of Yoga, has completed 1,700 hours of teacher training, and taken approximately 5000 classes.

Classes are suitable for experienced practitioners and complete beginners (Beginners, to ensure your first class is enjoyable I encourage you to contact Gregory before attending).

Gregory Angell

Yoga Teacher

Between 2001 and 2009 Gregory completed 5 teacher training courses.

  • Sivananda Yoga Siromani (Teacher) 2004 – 400 hours;
  • Sivananda Yoga Acharya (Master) 2007 – 400 hours;
  • The British Wheel of Yoga (Foundation) 2003 – 60 hours;
  • The British Wheel Of Yoga (Teacher) 2006-2009 – 500 hours;
  • The Chiang Mai School of Thai Massage (Teacher) 2004 – 330 hours.

He also attended:

  • Two weeks of Anusara Master Classes with John Friend;
  • One week of Yin Yoga training with Paul Grilley; and
  • Attended several workshops with Sri Dharma Mittra.
  • To date Gregory has taken approximately 5000 classes.

The goal of Sivananda training is to produce inspiring Yoga teachers who are able to draw on their own practice and personal discipline in imparting the Yoga experience to others.

Sivananda training demands a high level of self-discipline and students are expected to remain within the ashram premises throughout the course and follow a strict sattvic diet. The highly controlled environment is vital for this type of practice. It affords a unique opportunity to extend the limits of our capabilities, including strength and stamina, with long lasting effects.

Sivananda Teacher Training is modelled on the traditional Indian system of education, ‘Gurukula’. With this unique approach, it is not just an academic transferring of techniques, the teachings are transmitted and practiced in daily life.

The courses are based on the training that Swami Vishnu Devananda himself received under his teacher, Swami Sivananda, over a period of 10 years. The essence of the training being condensed into a four week period. The courses are designed to be intensive, immersing the students in a balanced programme of Yogic theory and practice for all-round physical, mental, emotional and spiritual development.

Swami Vishnu Devanada said that yoga teachers should also be Yogic practitioners, “teachers and not just preachers”.

In the words of Swami Vishnu Devananda:
“I’ve given you all I have with all of my love. It’s now up to you to share it with others.”

Whether you are a complete beginner or experienced practitioner, have attended none of Gregory’s classes or hundreds of them, Gregory is always available to answer any questions you may have and assist you with your practice. Please do not hesitate to contact him:

07772 281 902

To the best of my ability, and in the spirit of Yoga, I endeavour to pass on to you all that I have learnt.

To all those who have attended my classes: it’s been an absolute pleasure, I am extremely grateful. Namaste x

Gregory is always available to answer any questions you may have and assist you with your yoga practice…