Yoga means “union.” The union between your mind, body and spirit. Yoga is a lifestyle; a practice that you will fall in love with both on and off the mat. During my restorative yoga classes, we will gently work through sequences of poses to build strength and flexibility, practice breathing techniques and end with relaxation. You will notice that your flexibility increases; that you are stronger; that you are noticing your breath; that your mind is quieter. Anyone can practice yoga, and I am here to guide you on your journey.
|Tuesdays||18.15 - 19.15|
|Saturdays||09.00 - 10.00|
|Saturdays||11.00 - 12.00|
I attended my first yoga class at University, intrigued as to whether this thing called yoga really could bust exam stress. It didn’t disappoint, and I continued attending the class until I left in 2010. From here I dipped in and out of various classes for a few years until finding a great Iyengar yoga class and attended this until around 2012 when I moved to Brackley.
To deepen my knowledge, I decided to study the British Wheel of Yoga Foundation Course in 2015. Having been drawn to the spiritual aspects of yoga, I completed a Chakra course shortly afterwards and continue to attend the course tutor’s weekly Hatha based classes. Along with this, I have found a passion for the Ashtanga yoga method, leading me to attending my second weekly class, as well as further Ashtanga and Pranayama workshops.
To share my passion for yoga, I completed a 300 hour Certificate in Teaching with the British Wheel of Yoga in April 2019. My classes are restorative, suitable for anyone and everyone, and I would love to see you there.