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Sunny Warbout

Specialising in Yoga, Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Therapy.

Sunny is an International Yoga Teacher who shares her wealth of knowledge and wisdom of Yoga, Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Therapy not only with her local students but also with wider communities through her thirty years of personal practice and teachings.

Sunny lives a Bhakti life, and serves her students with love, kindness, compassion and passion. Her teachings are all very inclusive, teaching young Teens to the more advanced Yogis, making it possible for everybody to join her classes. She supports all Yoga practitioners with modifications if needed.

As a teacher of Bhakti Yoga, Sunny teaches the practices of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Shantiseva Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga and Meditation. In her classes and the more personal Private Coaching, she weaves the importance of Pranayama (breathing exercise) all the way through a physical exercise which will leave the student balanced and uplifted. As a Bhakti teacher, it is very important to work towards a healthy and happy whole well-being of the student, which means that the practice benefits the mental, physical, emotional and spiritual body.

Sunny is a qualified Advanced Yoga Teacher with Orange Yoga based in Cheltenham, UK and registered with International Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500.

She has worked to deepen her study in the anatomy of the body, Yoga Philosophy and Yoga Therapy. Specialising in different Breathing techniques, to support the healing of - and the study into -  mental and trauma-informed Yoga. This has given Sunny a deeper understanding and knowledge of her teachings.

Sunny is also a Certified Senior Shantiseva Vinyasa Yoga Teacher, Ashtanga and Bhakti Teacher registered with the Shantiseva Yoga Institute based in Whistler, Canada. With over 2000 hours of training completed, she still continues to evolve and deepen her own personal practice.

She is the founder and owner of Sunny Devi Yoga serving her students with classes, workshops, training and retreats.

Her very unique style of teaching includes a combination of music, mantras and physical practice teaching you how to move your body in a deliberate way, to find that connection with the breath to get that balance and grounding physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.

Her teachings are not about achieving the unreachable, it is all about what arises within you and work with what you’ve got to transform that into a practice that makes Yoga achievable and enjoyable!