A BIT MORE ABOUT MY TEACHING
I teach progressive movements so there is something for everyone. My classes are fun. We laugh. Imagination is encouraged. I like questions.
I work through the body so over the course of a few weeks we look at everything from backs and hips to fingers and toes. We have 360 joints in our bodies, they all need to move and they all need to be strong.
I look at what is going on for people and run my classes accordingly. So, if someone comes in with a shoulder issue and that’s appropriate for the rest of the class, we will look at shoulders.
Students are encouraged to develop an understanding and awareness of their own bodies. We work with strength, range of movement, flexibility and core stability, all to a backdrop of the breath. We look at how the body works & stress individual sensitivity, so people are directed towards a safe and fulfilling yoga practice.
Ultimately, I like to structure sequences that encourage a smooth transition through poses. The aim is to create an easy flowing rhythmic series of movements which stretch, heal, cleanse and give us space – in the body and in the mind. The breath plays a key role in this…
I have studied with Cecily @yogadetour and Kathryn Bruni-Young@mindfulness strength. I bring these experiences and awareness to my teaching. Introducing practices to increase strength and functional range of movement. So that what you will learn will translate to what you need to do; day to day. Identifying areas of weakness and targeting them so that you stay mobile and strong.
I specialise in addressing specific problems and offer a safe, welcoming and jolly class environment…