Aimee teaches:

Wellbeing Yoga – Sundays – 19:30

Restorative Yoga – Tuesdays – 20:30

Both classes are shared with Debbie.

Zen Den Yoga  – Thursdays – 20:30 


Aimee is super excited to be part of the Flock, sharing yoga and wellness with you all. She aims to create safe spaces for the community to tune into their mind/body, let go of doing and enjoy being.

With experience in events management, yoga soon became a way of balancing the frantic pace of her busy lifestyle, allowing her to dissolve the stress and tension that was stored in the body over time.

She then qualified as a Reiki practitioner and became passionate to share the gift of healing herself and others to empower and nurture one another, particularly looking at natural alternatives to support gut and skin health.

During her 200HR YTT, a great mind shared that ‘deep relaxation is the cure to humanity’ so expect a wholesome experience to release and unwind during her classes.Aimee love’s to encourage awareness of the breath to lead the body within a flowing sequence.

A real passion of Aimee’s is to connect and inspire one to feel good and choose positive actions along our journey of life.

Aimee will also be offering Reiki from our Therapies Annexe with her partner Blaise Penny-Kirkwood

Debbie teaches:

Wellbeing Yoga – Sundays – 19:30

Restorative Yoga – Tuesdays – 20:30

Both classes are shared with Aimee.

Chair Based Yoga – Wednesdays – 11:00 


Debbie has trained in India and the UK, qualified as 500 hr RYT and has been teaching for over 9 years. She is excited to be joining the Flamingo Flock.

Her main aim in any Yoga class is for wellbeing and connection to self to be experienced. She delivers through breath practices, postures and guided relaxation.

Debbie’s previous career as a professional dancer and dance teacher inspired her passion for Yoga from a range of traditions, leading her to develop an interest in the connection between movement, breath and spirituality. She tends to work intuitively and loves to work with any ability from seasoned practitioners to beginners, so at her classes except to feel calm and find a sense of peace.

More recently she has noticed how people need to slow down from their busy lives and developed Restorative workshops where people get to truly relax and unwind using props and bolsters, verse and music.

Debbie recently trained in Shamanic Healing and is soon going to be offering healing sessions as part of her retreats and workshops.

She also has a passion for gentle yoga that can be accessed for people with limited mobility and uses a combination of dance techniques and Yoga for a chair based practice. She has taken this into residential and care homes with great success.

Hilary teaches:
Yoga Workshops.
Cover classes when in U.K.


Hilary was our first, long standing Yoga teacher at The Flamingo Centre; joining in June 2017. Her popular classes grew to four a week, selling out six weeks in advance and holding a waiting list!  She certainly put Flamingo Yoga on the North Bristol map.

Hilary is currently spending time travelling and practising with her teachers in India and will be teaching blocks of classes (plus sharing the Wednesday evening class with Karina) and workshops at The Flamingo Centre when she is at home in the UK.

Hilary’s first experience of Yoga Asana practice took place over 13 years ago in India.  Having trained as a ballroom dancer she understood the connection between rhythm, breath and movement and quickly fell in love with challenging sequences of postures demanding focus, discipline and commitment.  As her practice deepened she began to seek more knowledge of the rich philosophy of Yoga ‘beyond the Yoga mat’ and she continues to learn and grow travelling regularly to India.

Hilary has enjoyed  many styles of Yoga including Iyengar, Hatha, Sivananda, Yin and Ashtanga Vinyasa. Hilary has completed both a residential, 200 hr immersion training course in India and a longer duration 200 hr UK based teacher training course (both registered with Yoga Alliance UK/USA).  She also attends regular CPD workshops. Her classes are a hybrid of styles based on her personal practice and experience.  Most importantly, she tries to ensure that her classes are true to the devotional practice of Yoga, as she is; Hilary has a daily, early morning practice.

‘The practice of Yoga enables us to find space, to focus and turn our attention inward; working with awareness to create the very best possible version of ourselves.  When practiced regularly, with sincerity and commitment this influences our behaviours in life generally and our consideration for others.  Working with this subtle inner alignment builds a strong and grounded physical, mental and spiritual well-being, helping us to be ‘fit for life’.  I endeavour to explore and deepen my practice, share with others and make every breath count.’

Yoga with Hils…beyond the Yoga mat… ’There’s a place where it’s calm and quiet; everything is still, in perfect balance, at peace.  Yoga can unlock this place by quietening the mind and reducing the noise and chaos of life.  We can master our mind, restrain the fluctuations of our thoughts and unlock this place of self-realisation and peacefulness.’

Karina teaches:

Ashtanga Yoga – Mondays 20:00

Hatha Yoga – Wednesday – 20:30

Parent & Toddler – Friday  – 11:00



My name is Karina and I have been teaching yoga for 3 years. For my training I completed a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training Course and a 60-hour Teen Yoga Course. I teach in primary and secondary schools with staff and students of all ages, so I am very excited to start Parent and Toddler and adult Restorative Yoga classes at the Flamingo Centre!

My own yoga practice was inspired by my mum when I was 18, but really took off when I was working as a Geography teacher, helping me unwind and increase my flexibility more than I thought possible. I enjoyed it so much that I decided to exchange teaching coastal erosion for poses and breathing!
I aim to adapt my classes to include everyone, so if you are looking to have some fun with your toddler, increase your mobility/flexibility, explore mindfulness and wellbeing or just chill out and unwind for an hour then please come along!

Kate teaches:

Postnatal Yoga – Tuesdays – 11:30

Pregnancy Yoga – Tuesdays – 19:00




I started practicing Yoga in 2002 after my partner passed away. Through Yoga I found a way to manage my grief, connect to my breath and start to heal. Yoga has been part of my life since, helping to manage life’s ups and downs, including two pregnancies.

I find a huge joy through practicing and love to share this with others. I offer a friendly, innovative and nurturing approach to Yoga, My classes are accessible to all from complete beginners to regular practitioners. I work with you and your practice. Be prepared to go to your edge and be supported with every breath.

I am a 200 hr qualified Yoga Alliance teacher in Vinyassa and Hot Yoga. I am also qualified in Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga through Poppy Perinatal.