One cold January morning Ian was dragged along (protesting) to a yoga class by his girlfriend, and totally surprised himself by falling in love it. He has since qualified as a teacher and, after 20 years working in publishing, has decided to devote his time to helping others discover the joys of putting their bodies in funny positions that feel good (either at the time or as a result of the relief of coming out of them) and – most importantly – a nice long quiet savasana at the end. He has taken further Yin yoga training with Sarah Powers.  He currently teaches the restorative and yin sessions at OneYoga He describes his style as ‘simple and direct with plenty of space for mindful practice’. His favourite quote: ‘It’s not the purpose of our bodies to get us into the pose, it’s the purpose of the pose to get us into our bodies’.