Yoga in the West has evolved over recent years, from the ancient practice that has been handed down from generation to generation.
Through my own practice I have changed my perception of Yoga to incorporate the changing landscape of life. Age, illness, or emotional blockage, need not be a barrier to practising Yoga.
The aim of my teaching has always been to support people in their Yoga practice, and help them gain benefits, not only physically, but mentally as well.
How can Yoga help you?
Each of my classes includes time to release, space to move, balance and strengthen, and many people have found Yoga really complements the other activities they enjoy.
Do you have trouble sleeping, or tight shoulders and neck? Do you struggle with back pain or uncomfortable hips? Perhaps you like running, cycling or Hiit workouts, but need to stretch and release the body.
Each of my classes draws on ancient and modern Yoga techniques to support the body and mind; and includes time to release, space to move, balance & strengthen.
Make time for yourself…
I believe in the transformative power of Yoga, and a yoga class is an opportunity to make some time for yourself and your wellbeing.
Practising yoga: whether it’s the postures, breathing practices, meditation or relaxation, is proven to activate the parasympathetic nervous system to soothe the body and mind.
As with the flow of life; Yoga can take you on a journey; challenge you, inspire you, and bring you to a place of steadiness and calmness that is somewhere within.