Lucia has been practising yoga for the past 14 years and finds it to be the most gentle loving thing you can do for yourself.  She believes everything we create in life starts with the relationship we have with ourselves.

Lucia completed her teacher-training programme with Himalaya Yoga Valley, India and is a Member of Yoga Alliance UK. Originally from Slovakia, she lived in various countries: Namibia, Australia, Fiji, Indonesia, Russia, UAE and UK. She was inspired by extraordinary teachers and cultures to follow to her dreams.  One of her greatest passions is to bring people together by creating a strong sense of community and making the gift of yoga available to everyone.

She is a UK Ambassador at the Global Institute of Extraordinary Women and holds a diploma from the International Coaching Academy as a Lifestyle Coach since 2007. She is also a qualified Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) Practitioner with Dr Richard Bandler.

Lucia coaches women all over the world supporting them to create more harmony in all areas of their life.  She uses intuitive coaching as well as practical tools, yoga and meditation.  Her unique programmes include three powerful elements – mind, body and spirit.



Some of Lucia’s inspirational projects include: ‘Making Yoga available for Hackney Council’ cca 5000 employees, ‘Yoga for Africa Olympic Games’ raising money for orphans in Uganda, ‘Voluntary Work with wild animals and native people’, Northern Namibia, and ‘Yoga Summer Charity in the park for the community’. 

Lucia’s ‘Candle Light Yoga Class’ in London  was voted by Time Out Magazine as one of 10 best yoga classes (2014).

She also broadcasts on her own Yoga TV Channel daily, making the yoga practice available everyone:

Lucia’s teaching style integrates a mix of Hatha, Vinyasa Flow, Ashtanga and Yin. She is also qualified as a Fertility, Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga teacher. Her daily yoga classes are always fully booked as favourite classes for hundreds all over London.



Sunny is originally from Thailand and started her yoga practice in 2008. Her passionate, vibrant and mindful teaching is expressed via her commitment to inspiring people to live their best life through the practice of yoga.

She lived in Canada for 11 years, where she was studying and working in palliative care at a hospital. This job  was a real eye opener for her. Caring for people nearing the end of their life, she realised how yoga can help develop a deeper understanding of the mind, body and spirit, creating acceptance and compassion for living a fuller, more joyful life.

In 2012, Sunny moved to Koh Phangan, where she set-up her own business ‘Sunny Yoga’. Today, she is the only Thai teacher on the island and runs group classes and privates for students of all levels and ages. Her classes are quite popular and attract students from all over the world.



Sunny completed her Hatha yoga training in 2011 and holds the Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher 200 (ERYT 200) certification by the Yoga Alliance. She also accomplished the 200-hour yoga teacher-training programme with Yoga Vidya Peetham in Kerala, India. She has at least 1000 hours of teaching yoga.  

Her signature style integrates a mix of Vinyasa, Hatha and Sivananda, with an application of breath-led movement and deep intention. Her practice explores yoga asanas and meditation, whilst delivering practical experience on how to share the yogic way of living with others.