I believe that yoga is meant to be easily accessible for everyone to facilitate health and personal growth. My mission is to deliver it to those who need it the most.

Over the past years my yoga classes reached yoga studios, gyms, conference rooms, parks, beaches, tops of hills, piers, boats, campsites, festivals, 7-day retreats and youtube promoting wellbeing along with personal development, and leaving everyone feeling restored and rejuvenated after each session.

I specialise in Holistic, Corporate and Mindfulness-Based Yoga as well as Stress Management and Personal Development. Let's explore how my services can specifically help you. I am happy to look into arranging a free tester session designed especially to your needs.

Paula is a Teacher & Founder at The Yogi.


Holistic Yoga

Hatha Yoga


Dr. Pillai's Kriyas

Yoga Philosophy

Ashtanga / Raja Yoga

Karma Yoga

Bhakti Yoga




Sattvic Diet



Process-Oriented Psychology


My deep interest in personal development was revealed very early with a love for martial arts.

I was drawn by recurring themes of spiritual and philosophical development achievable through individual meditation and training. There was a particular recognition of self-consciousness, intent, inner peace, breathing techniques and medicinal practices.


I am a registered, insured and fully qualified Holistic Yoga Teacher trained by the Devon School of Yoga (500 hours), following on from successful completion of the DSY's Foundation Yoga Course.

"The word 'Mahatma' it means great soul
and it's inside of us just waiting to unfold."

MC Yogi, musician

In 2008 I completed my first yoga-based personal development program with the Art of Living Foundation which inspired me with a desire to join the community of teachers.

Since then I have been seeking out my path through various schools of Buddhism, yoga, relaxation, meditation, mindfulness, personal development, and process-oriented psychology.


My yoga lineage can be traced back to Swami Sivananda Paramahamsa, the founder of the Siddha Samaj path. Swami Sivananda Paramahamsa was a big influence for Dr. B. Padmanabha Pillai in his early years making him a yoga and martial arts adept. In 1949 Dr. Pillai became a director of the Institute of Yogic Culture.

The principal teacher, founder and director of the Devon School of Yoga, Duncan Hulin, spent three consecutive winters in South India studying with Dr. B. P. Pillai. Duncan's input into the world of yoga convinced me to move to South West England in 2013 where his school is based. I have been learning Duncan's approach to yoga ever since then.

Swami Sivananda Paramahamsa


Dr P. B. Pillai


Duncan Hulin

United Kingdom



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