Marita Sanguinetti MA.

School Director, Dance Meditation, Integral Hatha Yoga and Holistic Massage Therapy. Meditation Massage Therapy.

Marita Sanguinetti MA is the director of Meditation Dance School. Before founding Meditation Dance School she lectured at Kensington and Chelsea College in South London. Since 2003 she directed the IBF (International Biocentric Foundation) international accredited diploma training schools in London, Brighton Devon and Cornwall UK.

Marita has taught in many of Europe's most beautiful holistic centers, including The Skyros Centre, the first holistic alternative holiday centre and Cortijo Romero in Spain.

Marita studied classical, contemporary dance and choreography at The Place evening school in London, which has a strong tradition of performance-orientated work. She is a BA (Honors) graduate from Winchester School of Art and subsequently received a Masters Degree from Manchester Metropolitan University. Marita is qualified with a MTI (massage training institute) diploma in Holistic Massage and is a qualified integral Hatha Yoga instructor accredited by I.Y.N (The Independent Yoga Network) and Embody.


Yoga and Meditation.

Vidyadasa has been practicing Yoga, Meditation and Buddhism since 1991. His Yoga practice is influenced by Hatha, Iyengar, Unity and Scaravelli methods. He is a MTI qualified Yoga teacher since 2006.
In 2011 on a 4 month retreat in Spain, he was ordained to become a member of the Triratna Buddhist Order as Vidyadasa (which means Servant and Disciple of knowledge)

He is a member of the Brighton Buddhist Centre management team, where he also teaches Yoga, Meditation and Buddhism. As well as this he is a visual artist - painter, carnival artist and performer, graphic and web designer.

Elisabeth Watkins

Elisabeth Watkins is our Lecturer in Philosophy.

She is a fine artist, dancer and a philosophy graduate from Bristol University. She is currently an MA student of philosophy at Leeds University.

Daisy Booth

Yoga Teacher & Detox Advisor

Sam Moor Tai Chi

Sam Moor is instructor certified by the Chinese Internal Arts Association and the Chen Xiao Wang World Taijiquan Association.

He has Ba(hons) in Philosophy and History, diplomas in Classical Massage and Anatomy/Physiology and is a keen musician and wildlife enthusiast.

Sam Moor is the senior instructor for Sussex Tai Chi. He started training in martial arts at the age of 17.

Sam has trained extensively in China. He has made numerous trips to Zhengzhou and Chenjiagou (the Chen village) to live and train with Chen Jun, Master Chen Xiao Wang's eldest son and eldest of Chenjiagou's seven dragons, and to Beijing to study Yiquan with Master Yao Chengguang.

Sam has had many articles published on Tai Chi. He writes a monthly column for the Chichester Observer and regularly contributes to Tai Chi & Oriental Arts Magazine. It is his aim to promote these remarkable arts as widely and as clearly as possible.

Chris Bird

School Administrator and Yogi