I was born in Lima, Peru and was brought up with my parents who loved cooking. I have been in the UK for more than 20 years, married to Paul and together we have 2 very loved children Daniel and Lucia.
I am a multifaceted person, very energetic and positive with a passion to see people free from stress and worries. I live life to the full every day and see problems as opportunities to become better. For the last 22 years I have been working with British people and expats as a language coach, life coach and motivational speaker. I love cooking Peruvian food and this is my Peruvian cooking page. I also run formal Spanish Lessons in Surrey. To know more about Martha Jesty click here
We are near Surbiton, Epsom, Leatherhead, Claygate, Kingston Upon Thames, Thames Ditton, Long Ditton, Tolworth, Berrylands, New Malden, Esher,Cobham, Hersham, Hamptom Court, Teddington and very accessible from Guildford, Weybridge, Woking, Richmond, Wimbledon in Surrey.
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Working alongside Spanish Lessons in Surrey
City & Guilds Accredited Level 2 Certificate in Food Safety and Hygiene
Enhanced CRB (DBS check)
First Aid trained for adults and children
RSA diploma in Teaching languages.
"Fun experience. Martha is very friendly and put much passion in her classes". Laurent
"Martha was very engaging and inspiring and I would like to come back again to try another Peruvian dish!" Amy Fisher
"I had a wonderful 2 hours with Martha. The food was delicious and I look forward to the next lesson! You are a warm, friendly person Martha. A real bargain lesson I mus say". Wendy Wilkingson
"I really enjoyed the Peruvian cooking class, it is a great opportunity to learn Spanish and all about the Peruvian culture. Martha is a great teacher and she is very charismatic. I really recomend it to everyone!" Marcia Avila
"Martha, I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere and appreciated your understanding that those at the cookery class had different levels of Spanish competence. It also helps that Peruvian Spanish is spoken at a slower pace than Spanish from Spain." Blair Conacher