A yoga teacher instructed his female clients to adopt compromising positions before sexually assaulting them in their own homes, a court heard.
Kyno Hunt, 32, attacked three different women at their homes after encouraging them to crouch in suggestive positions.
One of the women was attacked by Hunt after he had asked her to crouch on her hands and knees to get a better view of an airing cupboard.
Heating engineer Hunt, from Enfield, North London, attacked the women in Cheshunt, Broxbourne and Enfield between February and September 2008.
He pleaded not guilty to the offences but was convicted at Wood Green Crown Court, North London, where he will be sentenced on October 12.
Following the trial DI Daniel Smith, who led the case for the Metropolitan Police, described Hunt as ”manipulative” and ”brazen”.
He said: ”Hunt is clearly a manipulative and brazen individual who preyed on women, abusing his position and assaulting the victims in their own homes.”