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At first, I started yoga as an form of exercise and as a new interest. It soon became something to never give up. It has been a part of my life for many years and I've enjoyed a range of yoga styles, and been taught by amazing teachers.
In all of my teaching, my joy is providing mindful and gentle classes that encourage synchronisation of breath with movement and that provide postures which develop strength and stability through finding stillness in the postures. Each class includes prompts and cues to help you with alignment. Each class finishes with a relaxation.
I also love teaching Yin Yoga: a beautiful style of yoga which has so many therapeutic benefits, as you hold seated and lying down shapes that ease into the body's deeper tissues. I often incorporate elements of Yin Yoga within my classes.
It's a privilege to share yoga, via in-studio classes, classes in community halls and via Zoom; tailoring classes to give each person a really positive experience and sharing peoples sense of well being as we close a class.
Gentle Yoga suitable for Beginners and those returning to yoga at Wootton Community Centre, Northampton (Thursday mornings)
Gentle Yoga suitable for Beginners and those returning to yoga at Olney Community Centre, Olney (Monday evenings)
Yoga for Beginners at the Roade House Yoga Studio, Roade (Saturday mornings)
Hatha Yoga, Yin Yoga and Deep Relaxation Yoga via my Zoom classes. (Mondays and Wednesdays and by arrangement)
Bespoke one to one classes via Zoom
Hatha Yoga at Virgin Active, Collingtree Park, Northampton (Tuesday evenings)
Being a yoga teacher means there is never a dull moment - spare time is spent developing my skills and knowledge.
My background includes primary school teaching and teaching adults in higher education.
Qualifications include the 200 Hour Yoga Alliance Teaching Certificate
and 50 Hour Yoga Nidra Teaching Certificate
Currently studying Somatics for Yoga Teachers with Charlotte Watts
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