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I am Harriet, living and teaching from Kings Heath, Birmingham. 

Yoga in its simplest form is a union of breath, body and mind. My teachings are centred in these three pillars, with a sprinkling of curiosity and creativity to learn more. I hold space gently and encourage students to explore their practice in a light hearted but meaningful way.

​I trained at Contemporary School of Yoga under Richard William George, and continue to develop under his tutelage. Since graduating in 2018 I have taught extensively across Birmingham, some of my clients have included I AM YOGI, Hotpod Yoga, Yogaborne, Barefoot Yoga, NEC, ICC, BPN Architects, Royal College of Paediatrics and Renegade Jiu Jitsu. I am also a teacher at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire as part of their Movement Faculty. 

My offerings include Yoga Classes and Women's Circles across Birmingham. You can find out more about each of these here on my website.

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Yoga for Women is a practice that acknowledges the female body.

It is a combination of some of the most powerful yoga teachings that I've experienced for women.

It has the power to both heal and strengthen your relationship with your own femininity, and with other women.

It promises a journey of embodied & intutitive movement, feminine spirituality, and exploration of Self.

I share these learnings at The Lunar Circle, a monthly Women's Circle based in Birmingham, UK. 


"I started to notice I could be more gentle with myself and I no longer felt ashamed or embarrassed about my body. I feel I am more at peace with the feminine side of me and I am learning to love all that my body is and all it has been through"

- Lunar Circle Sister



To practice in studio with me, book via the studio website:

I AM YOGI, Moseley Park, Birmingham

Tuesday 18:00 & 19:30

Wednesday 9:30

Thursday 7:00

Yoga Group

" Harriet's classes demand physical and mental focus but are at the same time serene and calm.
She makes you aware of your body and it's connections, bringing out the value of yoga 
for mind and body alike"

- Harriet Elizabeth Yoga Student