We are committed to developing and growing personally through the practice and study of Yoga, as well as other positive practices.

The benefits of Yoga are so noticeable and life changing, that we’ve taken it into our daily lives. This enthusiasm and ongoing experience is something we want to share and make available to anyone with an interest in finding out about yoga.

We really believe everyone benefits from yoga practice – it’s just a case of finding a way that suits you. We want to help with that in any way that we can, so if we’re not running a class that suits you, we’ll be happy to point you in the direction of someone who is.

We have experienced Yoga to be more than just a physical practice or workout. It is an invitation to practice awareness of ‘What Is’, so that we develop more trust in an inner knowing of what is right for us at any given moment.

Apart from running workshops on Yoga and Ayurveda, and inviting some wonderful teachers to Aberdeen, we also offer yoga retreats.


Rebecca Murray loves yoga and is delighted to spend her days sharing it! As a senior yoga teacher and yoga therapist, yoga is her full time job and she has tens of thousands of hours of teaching experience and training, not to mention an ever-deepening personal practice. Over these many years, she has experienced the incredible transformative power of yoga in her own and her students’ lives as it builds inner strength, balance, peace, and radiance. She has also experienced really practical and tangible progress along the path of yoga (which really isn’t about postures or even breathing exercises but about transforming our minds). Rebecca teaches general and private yoga classes, therapy sessions, retreats and workshops with humour, honesty, lightness and ease. As a Yoga Therapist she works with students 1:1 to design bespoke yoga practices (and give nutritional guidance) as a complimentary healing therapy – she has been highly trained to tailor yoga to help people overcome all levels of issue – whether physical injuries, medical diagnosises or conditions, or emotional and psychological issues. Specifically tailored yoga is extremely effective and Rebecca has seen excellent results in her students. No matter what’s going on with an individual, there is a yoga practice to support their optimal wellbeing! Rebecca is also a Culinary Nutritionist, offering nutrition workshops and personal nutrition sessions.

Charlie Grange discovered yoga in 2013, and has since developed a deep love of the practice. Committed explorations of the Ashtanga series with Sarah Hatcher have led to further studies of Vinyasa Krama and Hatha based sequencing. Travelling the world in pursuit of her passion, Charlie has practiced with many esteemed teachers including Kino McGregor, David Garrigues and Bharath Shetty. She has also worked extensively with Matthew Sweeney to become one of the few teachers worldwide qualified to teach Moon Sequence. Her wealth of experience and dedication is balanced by an unique sense of humour and easy going attitude.
Oliver Richard Combining an eye for alignment with a love of improvisation, Oliver approaches every class like a fresh piece of music. Although his roots lie in Ashtanga Yoga, Oliver happily sequences in non-traditional and surprising ways, matching his style of class to the attending students.
Allan Mollins has a passion for Sound or Gong Baths and he offers these at Love Yoga, currently the 1st Sunday evening of the month. He also is available for Sound Baths at other venues, if anyone’s interested
Julia Milne attended her first class at Love Yoga in 2017 a few months before turning 40 and has been a regular ever since. Julia practices each morning with Charlie and trained with Bharath Shetty at IndeaYoga. Julia’s aim is to make yoga accessible to all and applies a trauma informed and nurturing approach to her classes.
Grace McKelvie has been practicing yoga for 27 years and teaching for 7, and found Yin Yoga back in 2010 through Martin’s classes. She teaches a fusion of breath focused movement and Yin yoga. Both styles of practice working well together to bring a balance of strength, fluidity, flexibility, focus and stillness. Her classes are suitable for new students, including beginners – all are welcomed with a smile and an open heart.
Lizzie & Zahra delight in building connection and community through dance and free movement. They create safe, warm, open spaces for people to move freely and have fun away from pressure and stresses.
Martin Julich passed away suddenly on March 11 2023 and is sadly and sorely missed. He had been practicing Yoga for 30 years, an awfi long time and never stopped learning! He started with Iyengar Yoga in the 80’s, later added in Erich Schiffman’s approach of Moving into Stillness, Godfrey Devereux became his Teacher Trainer during a Yoga TT in Den Haag, Holland. He also practiced and taught Shiatsu, 5Rhythms Dance and Open Floor work and Chinese Herbal Medicine….all of which informed the way he taught and held classes. ‘Walking the line between discipline and fun’, is where he wanted Yoga to explore our human nature. We do our best to honour him and his spirit at the studio going forward.
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