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Tandem Yoga

Join Celina for a unique Yoga experience.

Tandem Yoga, Meeting of Body & Mind

‘I’m Celine, yoga teacher and graduate of YogaLondon (200 RYT Yoga Alliance) specialising in Vinyasa flow and Hatha flow. I fell in love with yoga several years ago – it brought me back to the feeling of freedom, lightness and flexibility I had as a young ballerina, and I know through personal experience how powerful yoga can be in managing physical challenges.

My vision of yoga is based on its remarkable benefits for both the body and the mind. It helps those who practise it to stay healthy by learning how to discover and maintain good physical alignment, how to breathe better and how to move with mindfulness and awareness. These elements together give practitioners a peaceful and open mind.

I pay close attention to the particular anatomical considerations of each person I work with. I know of the healing and calm that can be reached through regular, conscious practice, and I love helping others to experience the same thing.

My teaching is alignment-focused; adjustments are given during the poses, with explanations of their benefits. The focus is on the physical sensations – learning how to be good to yourself.
I start my class with a gentle warm-up and centring (Pranayama), followed by some dynamic standing and seated poses. I finish the class with some relaxation and a little massage in Savasana.
I teach public, corporate and private classes.

I hope to see you the mat, Namaste.’ – Celina





Mondays 7:45pm – 8:45pm

Thursdays 7:45pm – 8:45pm

Who is it for?

Anyone. All levels welcome.

How do I join?

No need to book, drop in!

What does it cost?

Drop in – £9
5 class pass – £40
10 class pass – £75

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Closure of the Time & Talents temporary COVID-19 emergency relief food hub


The pandemic forced harsh choices on us all. For Time & Talents, it meant having to stop being a place where people could meet and enjoy the chance to be part of their community.


In partnership with Southwark Council and a network of other community organisations, last May we found a new role as a temporary food hub, storing and distributing food to local households in crisis to support them through the various lockdowns. It was always intended to be an emergency response to an emergency situation.


Fortunately, with the rate of vaccinations continuing to progress well and restrictions gradually beginning to ease, we can see there is light at the end of the lockdown tunnel when we will be able to reclaim our Old Mortuary building as a meeting place and community centre, rather than a food store.


We have been in touch with the households currently receiving food support to offer guidance and advice they may need from April onwards once our food hub closes on Thursday 25 March.


We do want to go on helping to address issues around food poverty and will continue to collaborate with local partners to explore sustainable solutions such as community pantries.


In the meantime. the good news is that, in line with the Government’s roadmap, we hope to start to reopen our doors from April over the coming months to the local people who rely on us for friendship, support and community.

We’re very grateful to our staff, volunteers, community partners and Southwark Council for a fantastic collaborative response over the past 11 months.


For any urgent issues contact the Southwark Council COVID-19 Community Hub in one of these ways:

  1. Complete an online referral form
  2. Email
  3. Phone 0207 525 5000 and choose option 3


As always, we welcome volunteering applications

You can contact the team as usual on 020 7231 7845 and at

With our very best wishes

Sarah Gibb, Director, and the T&T team

17 March 2021