Is a Bhakti teacher who teaches the practises of Hatha Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Shantiseva Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga, Pranayama (breathing exercise), meditation classes and private tuition.
She is an Advanced Certified Yoga Teacher, registered with International Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500. In addition, she is an Advanced Certified Shantiseva teacher, a Bhakti and Ashtanga teacher.
She is founder and owner of Sunny Devi Yoga classes, workshops, trainings and retreats.
Born in Seoul (South Korea), adopted by Dutch parents, Sunny started her Yoga journey with an Ashtanga practice as a young teenager in The Netherlands. Ever since that time Yoga has been her constant support through a continually evolving and changing life.
Having moved to the UK over twenty years ago, she became a student of Ian Davis and trained to become an Advanced Certified Yoga Teacher.
In February 2018, Sunny returned to her roots of Ashtanga Yoga and was introduced to her other teacher Tina Pashumati James.
Tina is a senior authorised Ashtanga Teacher and an Advanced Senior Jivamukti Yoga Teacher. To stay true to the authentic way of Ashtanga teaching Sunny deepened her knowledge of Yoga Therapy and Shantiseva practice. Over the last three years, Sunny goes back to India for her personal training with Tina and has become an Advanced Shantiseva teacher, Bhakti teacher and Ashtanga teacher with the Shantiseva Yoga Institute based in Whistler, Canada.
Sunny lives the life of Yoga, her teachings are very inclusive to all, from young Teens to the more advanced Yogis. Making it possible for everybody to be able join her classes and to support all Yoga practitioners with modifications if needed.
Her unique style includes a combination of music, mantras and physical practise teaching you how to move your body in a deliberate way, to find that connection with the breath to get that balance and grounding physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
Her teachings are not about achieving the unreachable, it is all about what arises within you and work with what you’ve got to transform that into a practice which makes Yoga achievable and enjoyable!