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Zuhre Harrison

Zuhre Harrison

Zuhre’s yoga journey began in 2000 by attending yoga classes where she learned to channel the benefits of yoga to manage the various physical, mental, emotional and spiritual challenges of life.

In 2016, Zuhre completed 200-hour Himalayan Hatha Yoga Teacher Training Course with Yogi Ashokananda School. She found Yogi’s teaching authentic, inspirational, and life changing. Thereafter Zuhre started Zu Yoga and began teaching yoga to adults and preschool children sharing the amazing benefits to improve the physical and emotional well-being of others. Zuhre also completed the 100-hour Meditation Teacher Training with Yogi Ashokananda School which has deepened her knowledge and self-practice as well as complimenting her teaching style.

In 2017 Zuhre decided to broaden her knowledge further by undertaking Pregnancy and Postnatal Yoga Teacher Training with Yoga London. She completed this training whilst she was pregnant to support her practice and development through this journey and to assist other pregnant women during this magical time. These experiences have assisted Zuhre to have two natural births (one of which was a planned home birth) and has given her the confidence to guide pregnant women in preparation for birth and postnatal recovery. She completed the Inclusive Movement Therapy training with Cathy Underwood to support her work with children and families. As well as the adult and prenatal classes, she has been running mummy and baby classes, children and teen yoga and family yoga classes.

As a mother, Zuhre has been able to channel the benefits of yoga to support her through this transformative journey. In 2018 Zuhre started teaching yoga to children of all ages, in schools, nurseries and community spaces. As a result, Zuhre has introduced many children to the magical benefits and invaluable strategies that yoga can bring into their lives.