Khadine Morcom - 500 hour certificate Senior Teacher status (awarded 2013)

Khadine came to yoga by chance in 1997. After finishing university she enrolled on a Buddhist mediation course which led to her first yoga class and she was hooked!

Yoga has been very much a part of Khadine’s life since that first class, in fact, Khadine says that yoga is her life!

Although having practiced several types of yoga both at home and in India, Khadine has remained a faithful student of Vajrasati since its first beginnings.

‘For me, Vajrasati is the school of yoga I feel complete affinity with. I believe in taking our yoga practice deeper and really delving into truth; mentally, physically, emotionally, wholly not only in our yoga practice on the mat but also in life.’ Outside of yoga or more rightly within yoga,

Khadine is passionate about our natural environment, as the provider and support for all life, and she is also an Environment Officer.

Khadine’s teaching style is very calming, supportive and focused, encouraging full release combined with full engagement, with a strong emphasis on the breath. Khadine graduated from Vajrasati teacher training in May 2006 and has been teaching since September 2004. 

She holds her full 500 hour Vajrasati teachers certificate and has Senior Teachers status with the school and with Yoga Alliance UK.

She has been co-running the teacher training with Jim since February 2014.



Spiritual seekers look for self-realization or enlightenment in the future. To be a seeker implies that you need the future. If this is what you believe, it becomes true for you: you will need time until you realize that you don't need time to be who you are

— Eckhart Tolle