Michael’s been doing yoga longer than pretty much anything else in his life. He recognises that yoga means a lot of different things to a lot of different people and that yoga asanas are just the surface; they provide an entry point into something multi-dimensional, a living philosophy which is continuously adapting and evolving to the needs of the time. And we’re at a time when everyone needs yoga. Among other things he teaches a fast paced dynamic vinyasa, focusing on pranayama and alignment, with hands on adjustments. He also likes to spend much of his time upside down, and is happy to help anyone else who wants to spend their time that way too. Ultimately, he believes that yoga practice is for all, and he welcomes everyone to his class.