Samantha  Trinder


Samantha Trinder is a yoga teacher, therapist and the founder of  Bhuti, an eco wellbeing escape in Richmond, London.  ‘bhuti’ which comes from the ancient language of Sanskrit means ‘wellbeing’ and the centre was founded in 2016 to offer a place to find your ‘inner bhuti’ through treatments, yoga and fitness classes and a vegan cafe. Discovering yoga at university in the 90s, Samantha began a regular practice after the birth of her son in 2002 with teachers from different yoga traditions including Iyengar, Sivananda, and Ashtanga.  


She ran a boutique hotel and restaurant, The Bingham in Richmond for many years, and following a family and personal history of ill-health including addiction, Samantha increasingly  found solace in yoga and meditation, re-training to be a yoga teacher in 2013, and later a yoga therapist. Driven by a desire to share her passion for yoga, health and well-being she has created a space that offers a sanctuary and an antidote to the modern western lifestyle known to be the general cause for the increase in stress-related diseases. 


Samantha’s teaching reflects her belief that there is a form of yoga for everyone and that it will transform your life in every way and is suitable for everyone, beginners to advanced practitioners weaving in the philosophy, and all aspects of practice.  She teaches group classes (either vinyasa; usually slow mindful flows accompanied by a soothing soundtrack when appropriate  or  Iyengar inspired classes,) 1-2-1s and Yoga Therapy


500hr International Yoga Alliance accredited teacher

500 hr Yoga Therapy Diploma with Yoga Campus

200 Hr Kirtan Leader Training

Reiki Master


She has trained with master teachers including Max Strom, Richard Freeman, Rod Stryker, Donna Farhi, Uma Dinsmore-Tuli, and Timothy Mcall