About Vibrant Yogini

The Story Of Vibrant Yogini

Vibrant Yogini was created from a passion to spread as much…

Mindfulness, Happiness & Positivity

…around the world as possible!

I have spent the last 10 years on a rollercoaster of a self-discovery journey, which has taken me all over the world. Yet, throughout all the ups and downs, there was one thing that remained consistent:

My Positive Mindset And Good Energy!

This has been the core of my being that has helped me deal with so many emotional situations in life. I am still here today living out my story, but now I am here to help you…

Live Your Best Life Too!

“We don’t need more money, we don’t need greater success or fame, we don’t need the perfect body or even the perfect mate – right now, at this very moment, we have a mind, which is all the basic equipment we need to achieve complete happiness.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

Let’s keep it short and sweet! 4 Yoga Facts About Samantha (Vibrant Yogini):

  1. I completed my yoga teacher trainings in Rishikesh, North India at the foothills of the Himalayan mountains. It is referred to as the ‘yoga capital of the world‘ and is where yoga originated from.
  2. I taught yoga to the world’s wealthiest individuals as a yoga teacher on private luxury motor yachts.
  3. I also studied, practiced and taught yoga at different studios around the world, primarily in South East and East Asia.
  4. I am now based in the beautiful English Cotswolds and teach 1:1 private yoga and meditation tuition at my own private yoga studio in the middle of the rolling countryside of Dumbleton.

Book a private yoga session, check the schedule and book a group yoga class, or practice yoga with me anytime with an online yoga membership!

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Wishing you a wonderful day full of positivity and happiness!



P.S. “The very heart of yoga practice is ‘abyhasa’ – steady effort in the direction you want to go.”