Hello, I’m Dionne, a 200H RYT yoga teacher, DJ and writer based between Bergen, Norway and the UK.
I currently hold a twice-weekly residency in Norway´s oldest Kindergaten, Herosalen, Bergen Barneasyl, and lead a weekly art and yoga event in collaboration with KODE the art galleries of Bergen. I also host Norway’s first Yoga Disco concept, as well as hosting events for festivals, workshops and retreats in Norway and the UK. In Brighton and London i hold regular classes, workshops and Yoga Disco´s plus collaborate with The Alma Hub Project, an organisation devoted to the art of creative living.
I have drawn inspiration and experience from a range of places, and seek to combine my passion for creativity and music with the art of yoga. Studying a variety of yoga styles for a number of years, i´ve been lucky enough to have met many great teachers along the way on and off the mat. This site is a collation of ongoing study of yoga through the blog, tracking my (somewhat excruciating)
progress, mishaps and “adventures” as a teacher and student during my transition abroad, hopefully learning something in the process. There is a collection of playlists curated for classes or listening pleasure, information about yoga events curated in galleries and landmarks, a current and past projects calendar including DJ work and writing, and more. Please feel free to have a look around and ask me anything, keep in touch and many thanks for stopping by.
Dionne Elizabeth is a registered RYT 200 teacher with Yoga Alliance UK. This accreditation demonstrates excellent standards as set by Yoga Alliance UK.”
Dionne Elizabeth is a yoga teacher, DJ and writer from the UK who has previously lived in Brighton, London, Barcelona, Côte d’Azur and the Caribbean. She holds a twice-weekly residency in Norway´s oldest Kindergaten, Herosalen, Bergen Barneasyl, and leads a weekly art and yoga event in collaboration with KODE the art galleries of Bergen. She also hosts Norway’s first Yoga Disco concept, as well as hosting events for festivals, workshops and retreats.
During her career she has worked primarily in the creative industries, including music, photography, publishing, film, television, new media, arts empowerment and PR. Whilst in Brighton she worked in radio, and presented TotallyWired on Brighton’s 107.2fm station in the UK, worked for an online specialist music radio station, and undertook production projects including specialist shows for The Independent, Music Week and a sound installation for White Night-Nuit Blanche, an annual all night arts festival exchange between Brighton, UK and Amiens, France.