Yoga is a state of mind revealed through dynamic exploration of otherwise habitual patterns of moving, thinking and breathing.
I invite individuals who come to my class to allow themselves to slow down, to listen and pay attention to what is happening within themselves in the present moment, and offer support for each person to practise in a way which meets their own unique needs.
Students who continue to practice on a regular basis notice an improvement in their ability to concentrate, to sleep well, and move with ease. Ease may also become apparent within their relationships, both towards themselves and others.
Through regular practice, over time, the applied practices of yoga can maintain health, prevent illness, and extend longevity as they restore optimal well being through the integration of body, mind and breath.