Your Teachers in Gambia


Eisha is a highly experienced yoga teacher from London, who shares the passion of The Middle Path Movement ethos. Yoga has changed her life in so many ways & she is known for leading spaces that enable community & connection.

She is great at making all aspects of yoga accessible; teaching various styles including, Ashtanga, Ashtanga Vinyasa, Hatha, Restorative, Pregnancy & Post Natal. Her teaching style is influenced by her mission of guiding the Self Discovery of Mind, Body & Spirit. 

Eisha is devoted to cultivating, nourishing & nurturing those she serves; she is  inspiring, organically sharing her energy & gifts with students to support them on their journey. She will encourage you to step outside of your comfort zone, whilst discovering Self & finding your Middle Path.

With well over 3000 hours of teaching experience, including mentoring & leading her own very successful retreats, she is a natural guide. She is keen to support others on their journey & empowering them to become the yoga teacher they are destined to be. 

Eisha is a fun, loving, strong woman. She is committed to her own practice, and thrives in sharing her passions with her son. She is also a wife & dog lover and is a cherished member of the Global Middle Path Movement teaching tribe.

Eisha Will be teaching in January.


Lynette is an experienced yoga and meditation teacher and space holder. Skilled at creating powerful, healing spaces wherever her voice is heard. Known for her intelligent, consciousness in motion yoga classes and action on and off the mat. Vinyasa practices with philosophy, poetry, heart, laughter en route to profound realisation, poignant revelation, occasional tears and frequent experiences of astonishment and awe toward this miraculous existence. Yin and restorative teachings that lead you to internal experiences of stillness and deep divine rest, collective care , healing and ritual.

After working corporately at a senior level for over 15 years, the threat of redundancy and unfair work practices in 2009, Lynette renewed her relationship with yoga and the healing arts to find refuge in something which wouldn’t make her feel inferior, exposed or disempowered.

And so it began meditation, studying asana, spiritual texts, daily yoga practice, self care books, sun, moon and seasonal rituals before embarking on her first of 200 hour Hatha Raja Yoga teacher training in 2011. What Lynette did not realise is that she was laying the foundation for her life dedicated to teaching yoga, focusing on awakening students’ inner-teacher; connecting them with their innate wisdom, strength, resilience and fortitude. While helping them live boldly with authenticity, passion, humour and joy and reminds seekers of the astonishing nature of this incredible existence and the extraordinary beauty of one’s exquisite human body. Further training included, Advanced Ashtanga Vinyasa, Practices of Freedom & Spiritual Well-being, Conscious Community Activism, Yin Yoga, Energy 4 Life Wellness Coach, Women’s Circle Facilitator, Essential Oils for Well-being and Restorative Yoga.

Lynette is committed to achieving true wellness by finding balance and creating inclusive spaces for everyone. Everyone has the right to be well. Lynette believes that wellness spaces should be accessible, diverse, inclusive and equitable. Everyone has the right to belong and incorporate our intersectionalities and individual collective trauma.

Lynette continues to teach workshops, host retreats, facilitate circles for women, and teacher trainings nationally and internationally she is an Energy 4 Life Coach, Vice Chair of The Yoga Teachers Union UK and a much loved member of The Middle Path Movement teaching tribe.

Her cheerful demeanour, positive vibrations and contagious optimism empower students, peers and colleagues to practice with enthusiasm, while her detailed instruction, poetic and soulful language create a safe space for everyone to explore the landscapes of their body, mind and soul.

Lynette will be teaching in April


Alina began her journey to yoga teaching with the year-long 200-hour Ashtanga-Vinyasa teacher training she completed with Jonathan Francis Thompson at Yoga London. This, combined with her study into psychology, led her to find comfort in yoga by learning to live in the present moment with more patience and humility.

She brings these teachings, and her background in traditional Ashtanga Yoga, to inspire her students of all levels to experience therapeutic and mindful classes, whilst challenging each of them individually.

Alina uses a holistic practice to encourage cleansing and toning of the body, mind and senses. She concentrates on breathing exercises to achieve 3-dimensional yogic breath, creating longer breathing cycles to help her students achieve a more meditative state in their yoga practice.

Alina’s personal practice builds upon combining physical yoga self-practice together with nurturing and restorative yoga sessions and Reiki meditation. Additionally, Alina sustains a plant-based diet, encouraging a broad approach to healing the body and mind as well as caring for the living world.

She believes the most important lesson in yoga is allowing yourself the time your practice needs to mature and for the healing process to work.

Alina’s public classes consist of a mixture of Alignment Vinyasa, Slow Flow and Yin. She provides clear and effective alignment cues to help her students build up their strength and confidence in understanding the major yoga postures.

Find out more about Alinas magic on her website .


Jessica has been teaching and practicing yoga in all its forms for several years and is the founder of Middle Path Movement.

She has been traveling the world, studying alternative therapies for over 12 years and hosts and curates retreats and yoga teacher training courses worldwide – from wellness retreats in Jamaica, to yoga treks to Everest base camp. She is an accredited E-500 RYT and YACEP Qualified Trainer, Reiki Master and Thai massage therapist and hosts her own podcast named ‘Egolution’ . 

Having explored several cultures from a very young age and studied alongside multiple indigenous teachers, she shares her personal experiences of Self-Healing an auto-immune disease whilst travelling the world, in all stems of yoga but finds the most vibrancy in studying and teaching about the philosophy of yoga.

Part of Jessicas own personal holistic practice is writing, and this formed her inspiration for the publication of her first book, ‘Egolution-Volume 1-Revolution Starts Within’ a collection of philosophical poems written after the stillness of meditation. Read more about Middle Path Movement here.

Get your copy of Egolution here.

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