Kate Durrant 500 hour certificate


Kate has been practising yoga since 1996 and attended her first Vajrasati class in 2008. She loved the clearness and depth of the teaching and the balance of emphasis on physical postures and the spiritual teachings behind yoga.


Kate found yoga invaluable through two pregnancies and now practises with her children. She has worked as an editor on children's magazines and volunteered in schools in India and Brighton. These experiences have inspired her fun, creative yoga classes for children.


Taking the Vajrasati teacher training class has deepened Kate's practise. She has been astonished at the transformative power of yoga, helping her to develop physically and mentally and find a place of stillness within herself, becoming more present and mindful in daily life. She hopes to share this with her students, both children and adults.


When we look at this piece of wood, we have a perception concerning this piece of wood. This piece of wood is itself, and we do not really know what it’s nature is. We just have an idea about this piece of wood, we only have an idea. Our perception of this piece of wood and this piece of wood itself, are very different from each other.

— Thich Nat Hahn