We are Nina and Sarah Jane. We started teaching yoga in Twickenham as ‘letsgoyoga’ in 2009. Our classes are based at several venues in Twickenham and we are happy to welcome men and women of all levels, ages and abilities. We provide gentle guidance and safe practice which can be tailored to meet all student abilities.

We teach Hatha yoga and incorporate the different styles we have experienced over the years: Iyengar, Ashtanga, Sivananda, Kundalini, Yin & Restorative yoga.

Our aim is that you leave the session relaxed and invigorated and over time will gain awareness, flexibility and a sharpness of mind.


I started yoga as a teenager although decided to commit more time and energy to it in my 20’s. During my travels I was inspired by an Indian yoga teacher called Acharya who also introduced me to meditation. I found myself much more grounded and centred whilst I was practising and took it on from there! I qualified as a British Wheel of Yoga teacher 12 years ago. I aim to provide an up to date and informed approach, as well as a sense of humour through my practice and teaching of yoga!


Sarah Jane

I have been practicing and teaching yoga for over 25 years and as time has progressed, I have benefited from sharing the journey with some great students and teachers from all over the world! I started my own practice with the Ashtanga primary series and this encouraged me to complete my 500 hours Diploma teaching course with the British Wheel of Yoga in 2005 and I am now a BWY Foundation Course Tutor. I have also completed a Yin Teacher Training course with Norman Blair & Level 1 Restorative training with Judith & Lizzie Lasater. Lockdown offered the opportunity to complete my BASI Pilates training and I now incorporate some Pilates into my classes. I have a particular interest in anatomy and how yoga can affect our bodies. I incorporate all these styles Hatha, Dynamic flow, Yin & Restorative in my teaching but will always try to make sure it is an enjoyable experience for everyone and adapt the class to suit the needs of the students in front of me.