Teachers - West Cornwall Inner Space




Rachel Bohadana

Rachel started taking an interest in yoga in her teens and began practicing Iyengar yoga in 2001 with Charlie Worthington. After discovering the sense of balance and other health benefits of her practice this led to her doing the teacher training. Rachel has been teaching since 2013 and has continued to learn with senior teachers. Rachel also works part time in the social care team at a drug and alcohol detox unit and as a musician.


Kirsty Robinson

I’m passionate about body-work, health, fitness and general well being. I also trained in London with Bodycontrol Pilates level 3 mat work and in India to attain my 500 hr YTT (Yoga Teacher training) certificate. My aim is to try to keep your body pain free and reduce the risk of further injury so we can be mobile and enjoy the best of life! I endeavour to give the best advice I can and an exercise plan to promote healing, injury recovery and maintain the body and mind to function in optimum condition. I love to work in a problem-solving manner, aiming to find the root of the problem to treat acute and chronic injuries and re-balance the body through correct exercise, healthy diet, meditation and mindfulness. I encourage you to have fun in my classes! We are all on this beautiful journey together. Book classes on this link https://app.ubindi.com/Kirsty.Robinson.6726


Johanna Graham

Kundalini Yoga, Chakra Dance and Gong

Kundalini Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Naad Yoga & Gong Meditation… Naad Yoga is the science of how sound vibrations affect the body. Kundalini is a powerful & profound sacred practice, it notably affects physical mental and spiritual change. Best of all it is done to heavenly and beautifully relaxing music which is what as a singer I was drawn in… I have tried many practices throughout my spiritual journey I have been practising meditation for 28 years and I love this ancient technology. I have found it powerfully healing and transformative in my own life. So much so I learned to teach so I can share this with others. I am also a devotional singer I have an album out of Kundalini Yoga mantra called In Devotion. Kundalini Yoga is also known as the yoga of awareness and transformation. Its is to be experienced, it leaves the student feeling blissfully connected to all that is and comfortably inhabiting the body. My current classes can be booked here https://app.ubindi.com/Johanna.Graham


Hannah Nunes


I am a member of IPTA (Independent Pilates Teachers Association). Discovering Pilates has transformed my life. Following the birth of my daughter 6 years ago i began Pilates classes predominantly to strengthen and stabilize my lower back that gave me daily pain. During my childhood I suffered periodic lower back pain partly due to my posture and a rigorous gymnastics training in my formative years. On attending my first class I knew that Pilates was for me. It left me inspired to become immersed in this movement practice and study to be a teacher. With a background in Massage, Craniosacral Therapy and dance, Pilates brought me back to my roots by way of a movement practice that makes my body feel centred, strong and supple. It empowers the individual through exercises to improve posture, and create better health for themselves. I completed my training course in Pilates MatWork in the summer of 2014 at the Scott Studio with the renowned Suzanne Scott. I am a qualified First Aider and regularly attend professional courses and workshops to keep my practice inspired and my classes fresh. I teach Joseph Pilates Original Repertoire as well as the Evolved Repertoire, incorporating a rehabilitative approach for those that need it. As well as the group classes I also teach individuals and pairs.

Abbie Cranage

Abbie Cranage


Abbie Cranage is a licensed Zumba instructor and has been teaching Zumba for nearly 4 years, having taught at London Metropolitan University, at gyms across London and more recently in West Cornwall.  Abbie is trained in group exercise instruction, Zumba, Aqua Zumba and Zumba Gold (lower intensity Zumba).  Abbie is also qualified and specialises in pre and post pregnancy exercise and nutrition.
Zumba fuses dance based exercise with international rhythms for a fun workout for all abilities. It is not a traditional dance class so you don’t have to worry about getting the steps right, simply join in to move and feel better, feel more confident, love the body you’re in and improve your overall fitness. Abbie‘s classes take inspiration from working and living in West Africa so you can expect lots of Afrobeats and Reggaeton to get you moving and enjoying your session. Abbie follows strict guidelines for Covid, so class places are limited so you have enough space to move and dance around the studio safely.  First class free, please book through Abbie’s website, or call or text.


Maria De Francesca

I was born in Southampton to Anglo/Italian parents. I Lived in Bristol for many years and had two children before travelling through Central America and the Caribbean. I moved to Cornwall in 1995 and had another child, and with my partner we renovated a barn near Madron. I became a yoga teacher and then studied for a Degree in Dance and became a ballet assistant to Penzance’s infamous ‘Miss’ Diana McGowan. I have taught GCSE, BTEC Dance for many years – in secondary schools in Penzance and St Ives, and I’m currently teaching Classical Ballet at Truro College. I inherited the McGowan School of Dance in 2016 and undertook my Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) Ballet Teaching qualification. The school is thriving and I love teaching a range of students from baby ballet all the way up to older students – having just qualified as a Silver Swans RAD Teacher (gentler ballet for the mature dancer).


Sylvia Robert

I have explored many different approaches to the teaching of yoga having been actively involved in it’s practice since 1969. I began my training with The All India Board Of Yoga and, in addition, have gained teaching qualifications with other schools of yoga, to include :- Dru Yoga (Life Foundation School Of Therapeutics) FRYOG (Friends Of Yoga Society International), Vinyoga and The British Wheel Of Yoga. Whatever age, ability and limitations, I like to think that my classes are a time for students to cherish themselves learning to unwind slowly and naturally in a safe and comfortable environment. We will be working gently, systematically and with awareness through progressive gentle stretches to revitalise the body, increase it’s potential for movement and release deep rooted tensions. Breath control and awareness improves the circulation helping to promote calmness.


Liz Thomas

Thi Chi Qi Gong

Tai Chi Qigong Shibashi is a gentle, beautiful and flowing Qigong exercise routine that is both a joy to practice and deeply relaxing. It is designed to improve the general health and wellbeing of the practitioner. The gentle rocking motions and stretching movements improve circulation and digestion. The chest exercises and controlled breathing are good for lung conditions and asthma. The overall effect of the exercise is to reduce mental stress and physical tension carried in the muscles of the body. This Qigong is very effective and easy to learn. The gentle movements are suitable for people of all ages as it does not put too much stress on muscles and joints and can be practiced sitting or standing.


Justine Smith

Yin Mindful Yoga and Gentle Hatha Yin

Mindful Yin and Yinfusion – I have practised yoga since I was a teenager trying several styles including Iyengar, Kundalini, Hatha, Scaravelli inspired and Vinyasa, then I took a Yin class and was hooked !! I have completed a 300 teacher training course and have over 100 hours specific Yin teacher training with Bernie Clark, Norman Blair and Sarah Lo who has invited me to be one of her teaching assistants. Lockdown has given me the opportunity to train regularly with Peter Blackaby and Catherine Annis and this is how Yinfusion has begun to evolve. Using a combination of Scaravelli inspired standing asana and flows, moving with the breath, then coming to the ground and into some Yin, inviting students to take their inner enquiry deeper. It has evolved from my own practice and is still evolving. In my Yin classes the asana are held for 3-5 minutes and I use poetry, music, many props and candlelight to help create a calm, nurturing space for our practice. I am also a Reiki Master, Spiritual Healer, Indian Head and Ayurvedic face massage therapist. All levels most welcome. I offer one to one sessions also.


Shilly Nakedmoon

Tribal Fusion Belly Dance, Shilly has been studying Tribal Fusion Belly Dance for 9 years and is currently training with Rachel Brice on the Eight Elements Certified Programme. She has had the privilege to learn with incredible international teachers including Lakita, Samantha Emanuel, Colleena Shakti and Hannah Mi Anis. She teaches belly dance, burlesque and sacred erotic dance classes.


Sarah Jones

Lotus Flower Yoga
I’m Sarah I have been and continue to be on my yoga journey for the past 20 years. Yoga comes from the heart. When we practice yoga we have an opportunity to connect with our bodies. Centring ourselves amid a hectic modern life. In my classes I tie together the physical and spiritual aspects of yoga for a rounded balanced experience.
All postures of my style Can be fully modified to suit any ability.
07817 917426


Believe Academy

At Believe Academy, our highly-skilled, dedicated personnel share their love and expertise for all things performance arts, with children and adults alike. The Academy was created due to our family’s love and passion for Dance, Acting and Singing, learning to express yourself through these mediums and, ultimately, believing in yourself. This mantra is what we try and instil in every single individual who performs with ‘Believe Academy’. Situated in Penzance, Cornwall, our practice includes multiple dance classes, events and workshops, ranging from contemporary dance to hip-hop street dancing. Our methods and teaching style will help nurture your raw talent and help you exceed in the dreams that you desire and ‘Believe’ in. Charlotte and Ella Gilling