Eel Pie Films was commissioned to make the video that accompanies the book of the same name, written by Victoria Woodhall and Jonathan Sattin, encouraging us all to find our yoga fit. The exercises devised by Bridget Woods-Kramer, founder of The Fitness Centre and The Sanctuary in London, are aimed for people to do at home, in the office or in class.
The authors both have interesting backgrounds. Victoria Woodhall, a journalist with 20 years’ experience as a writer and editor, is currently Deputy Features Editor at the Mail on Sunday’s You Magazine. She has practiced yoga at triyoga since the first studio opened in 2000 and now is a Yoga Alliance-certified yoga teacher. Jonathan Sattin was a West End lawyer and is the founder and Managing Director of triyoga in London who took his first yoga class by chance in 1985. It immediately began to enhance his life both spiritually and physically. He kicked a 40 a day cigarette/14 a day coffee habit and began his yoga journey. In February 2000 he opened the first triyoga centre in Primrose Hill.
Al the sequences for the DVD were filmed in a day on three cameras by Eel Pie Films and were edited by Eel Pie’s John Penberthy. Nick Kennerley directed, and the DVD was commissioned by Kyle Books.