Yoga can take so many forms and attract so many people; over the years led by my own experience of life I have been drawn to the incredible healing power of the stillness aspects of yoga.
I first found yoga at just 17 years old. Practising at home. This turned into attending classes as much as I could and eventually I took a teacher training at the Unity School of Yoga (IYN Registered.) The syllabus covered classical hatha yoga with a heavy leaning to Sivananda and meditation.
I really enjoyed it and before long was adding to my skill set with Relaxation Therapy, Stress Management, Life Coaching, Yoga Nidra, Restorative Yoga and a 200hr Advanced Teacher Training – Inside Meditation, which covered: Meditation, Stress Management, Applied Philosophy and Eastern Psychology (Yoga Alliance Accredited.) I am currently studying to become a Gestalt Counsellor.
My practice and my teaching is always aimed towards knowing oneself, a sense of internal harmony. Learning to know oneself deeply delivers such amazing tools for life and the interesting challenges that it sometimes present.
My classes, workshops and courses are always focussed on the slower healing practices. Combining body and mind in the moment to enable you to find the ease, grace and joy within. Gentle physical practices, restorative yoga, breath work, meditation and yoga nidra are just a few of the practices.
These practices are accessible to all and beneficial to all. In particular, there is benefit to those with fatigue/CFS/ME, fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, insomnia, physical or long-term pain.
I am thrilled to be offering my most favourite practice Yoga Nidra once a month at Akasha. With workshops and classes throughout the year.
There is also an option for 1-1 work, if this is something you are looking for. It can take many forms and addresses both the mind and body. Using talking approaches and physical practice depending what is needed.
For more details on classes, workshops, courses or 1-1 work, please contact me on 07868 738889 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org