First some fantastic teachers in and around Cambridge:
Deborah Hempstead now teaches the certified Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs course as well as general.
Chris Clarke is a Cambridge legend, you'd be lucky to get a place; she publishes very interesting manuals too.
Beverley Nolan has regular classes and workshops, fabulous restorative approach which I have tried and loved
Barbara works in Huntingdon and St Ives, and does general, ante natal, post natal, baby yoga and gentle yoga (suitable for people with chronic illness as well as recovering from operations).
Maggie Shanks studied with me on the Yoga for People Living with Cancer module a few years ago. She teaches to the South of Cambridge.
I love Sophie Leek's teaching - she does not have a website, but here is her email: firstname.lastname@example.org and here is her fabulous studio in Wicken: www.frrarchitects.co.uk/project/wicken-house-and-yoga-studio-ely
I have spent lots of time in the wonderful Cambridge Buddhist Centre, where they run Mindulness and Yoga classes. Yoga teachers are Iyengar style - I've only been to one class there.
This website has a variety of local links including yoga teachers
The Association of Indepedent Yoga Practitioners run workshops in London and a few in other places. These are the people I have worked with most, and the workshops are great.
A lovely yoga centre near Bury St Edmunds.
This is a website I've been talking about with exercises for RSI sufferers. Great ideas, simply presented.
This is a link to my blog with some great little exercises which i have found wonderful for low back stuff.
This is the website for Monica Voss, a fabulous teacher from Canada - I first went to a workshop of hers in June 2007 and have been rabbiting on about her ever since. They do amazing yoga retreats, I've heard.
Pete Blackaby is based in Brighton, but travels around the country a lot for weekend workshops. He taught the anatomy on my training course, you'd love him.
I love Yin Yoga, and teach it regularly. If you'd like to know more about this style, this is a great place to start:
The two teachers I'm most influenced by for Yin Yoga are Paul Grilley www.paulgrilley.com and Sarah Powers www.sarahpowers.com
I often get stuff from this site - if you're thinking of sending off do ask me first, we might be able to do a bulk buy.
These are sites which have a lot of yoga listings - including mine! www.yogafinder.com