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Virginia Wood

Virginia has been practicing yoga for 25 years. She is qualified as a teacher of Dynamic yoga with Godfrey Devereux in 2003. She has worked with and studied yoga therapy and postural analysis with Doug Keller of Do-in yoga. She qualifide as a Yoga Therapist from Yogacampus in 2018. She is also specialising in Palliative care, including Chair yoga and working with End of Life processes. Her initial training is in Iyengar yoga.

Astanga, Anusara, and Vinyasa flow are also influential in her approach and style. She places particular attention to physical alignment and following the breath synchronizing with sensitivity. Virginia is also a qualified practitioner of Chinese medicine.

Eliana Amadio

Eliana graduates as a Hatha Yoga teacher in September 2015. Since April 2014 she teaches regularly courses in Hatha Yoga, Yoga in Pregnancy, Yoga for Teenagers, Yoga for Eating Disorders and Restorative Yoga Disorders at various centers in Genoa. In October 2016, at Yogacampus (London), she started the specialization course in Yoga Therapy, accredited by the British Council of Yoga Therapy and recognized by the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC). Eliana is particularly interested in the therapeutic aspects of yoga and its application to the individual, in its specificity, on a physical, energetic and emotional level. She does not embrace a particular style and prefer all the tools and models that the discipline of Yoga has available, to bring them together in a specific and unique routine for the person.

Laura Andrews


Laura has been practicing yoga for over 15 years. After completing her Yoga Teacher Training at La Croce in 2017, she has continued to grow her personal practice with focus on yin and restorative yoga. Anatomy and physiology (A&P) has always been a passion for Laura. After years of teaching within anatomy laboratories, Laura has developed a teaching style that promotes curiosity and inclusivity. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Honours Kinesiology and uses this to incorporate biomechanics, pathophysiology, and functional movements into her teachings. Laura had the pleasure of teaching the A&P course at La Croce in 2017 and loved helping future yoga teachers to develop their understanding of the human body. Laura is empathic, open, and exploratory in her approach.

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