The Exeter yoga community

Martha Chester

Having practiced yoga for over 10 years, I have felt the positive effect it has had on my body and more importantly my mind. I originally practiced Astanga and Scarivelli yoga and gained invaluable experience into traditional Hatha style yoga postures and the bodies response to these.

It was in 2007 that I discovered Kundalini yoga and quickly realised how powerful this practice was. For the first time I realised the connection between  the practice of yoga, raised consciousness and heightened awareness. It has unlocked my mind and  opened  me to a world of self healing and creative abundance.
Martha Chester
I continue to feel the transformative effect it has on all aspects of my life. I completed my teacher training level I (200 hours) and II (1001 days) with the Amrit Nam Sarovra School in France under the guidance and teaching of Karta Sing.

I have been lucky enough to have traveled extensively through India and more recently worked at the Miri Piri Academy in Amritsar. Here I have had the opportunity to go deeper into the Kundalini philosophy and practice and see the benefits it had on children and teenagers. While in India I had the opportunity to work with some outstanding Kundalini teachers from all over the world.

I now teach in Yoga centres and schools in Devon and London. 
  • “Your greatest strength is love, your greatest weakness is fear ”
    Yogi Bhajan