About Gandha

Daughter of a yogini, Yoga has been in my life since the very beginning.

Mum and dad travelled around India before I was born and fell in love with its culture and with Yoga too, hence why, despite being Italian, I have not only one, but three indian first names. Yes… 3!

When I was a child both my parents used to teach yoga aside from their other jobs and I was often brought into the studio, quietly observing the evening classes, not knowing much about why people where upside down or contorted in strange positions, but it soon become normal.

As a teenager I occasionally appeared at mum’s classes but my flexibility wasn’t great, I could barely touch my toes in a forward fold (despite years of ballet classes during childhood) and that was frustrating!

It wasn’t until I moved away from home that I found a real interest and passion for Yoga in London. After 6 years of regular, dedicated practice, I decided to enrol on a Vinyasa Flow Yoga Teacher Training with YogaLondon. The intention was to deepen my knowledge and be my own teacher, but half way through the course I felt the desire to teach grow more and more and I have been teaching full-time since straight after my graduation. Check out my blog post about how the transition (almost magically) happened.

I now want to share the love for Yoga and wellbeing with you!

I love teaching carefully sequenced yoga flows, that work on building strength and stability in the body in a logical, smart, unrushed way.

You can practice with me at any of my classes and join me on my events, like the Yoga & Pizza, London day retreats and longer retreats too. I also teach my students privately 1:1 and I am available to teach at your work place (online or in person).

What I love about organising yoga events and retreats is the sense of community and togetherness that they bring, really making the meaning of yoga (union) come to life! 

If you want to know more reach out through my contact form.