Adam Murby is a registered yoga teacher and a graduate of Yogacampus, which is widely recognised as one of the UK’s leading teacher training courses. After first being introduced to yoga in 1994, he began to practice yoga more seriously in 2004 under the guidance of main teacher Susanne Lahusen, who was also his ‘mentor’ on the Yogacampus teaching faculty. Other teachers who have been a particular influence are Graham Burns, Richard Freeman, Liz Lark, Doug Keller, Rolf Sovik and Rod Stryker.
Adam has an extensive background in movement and dance. He graduated from The Laban Centre in 1997 and performed nationally and internationally as a professional dancer for over 12 years. He danced for many leading companies, including The National Youth Dance Company, The Cholmondeleys & The Featherstonehaughs and Protein Dance.
Adam is a qualified Pilates Foundation matwork teacher, completing his first training at The Place under the tuition of Hana Jones, Susanne Lahusen and Sonia Noonan in 2004. In the same year he founded Pilates-Balance. More recently he completed a second Pilates matwork training with Body Control Pilates.
In 2012 he qualified as a Total Yoga Nidra Teacher with Uma Dinsmore-Tuliand Nirlipta Tuli and in 2016 he graduated with an MA in Traditions of Yoga and Meditation from SOAS University of London.
Adam has taught yoga and Pilates, both in this country and overseas, for numerous gyms, studios, dance companies and within the super-yacht industry. He enjoys teaching at all levels of ability and has worked with many different client groups, including the elderly, those in physical rehabilitation, professional dancers, models and Oscar-winning actors.
Most of all he enjoys teaching in his local community in South East London.