I currently offer private and group classes online and in person in West London.
I often get asked which style of yoga I teach, and the answer it – it depends. On the need of the individual.
However it is a generally slow, mindful, breath focussed, functional movement inspired, embodied whole body approach. I specialise in injures, un-functional movement, anxiety, grief, pain. I no longer teach ‘fitness/power’ fast yoga.
Classes I offer are:
Yoga – I specialise in remedial yoga for those in pain, with old injuries or lack of flexibility/movement.
I teach pregnancy and post natal yoga. Having two young children myself I understand a mothers physical journey well. I also teach hatha flow and Scaravelli inspired.
Yoga for chronic fatigue, depression and anxiety – having experienced these in myself, yoga can really help.
I have many years experience teaching remedial yoga for post chemo clients and I have experience teaching clients with MS, chronic fatigue, adrenal fatigue, depression and anxiety.
Online yoga classes – for those who cannot get out, or are on a tight schedule these work REALLY well. Many people are reluctant but once they try they realise that sometimes they are deeper classes as having to clearly listen to the cues and take responsibly for feeling their own somatic experience can be transformative. I currently use Zoom. It’s free to sign up, you just need a computer and a space for yoga, you don’t even need a mat – a rug and cushions suffice. It is possible on phones also but not as easy.
My charge is £75 for an hour’s class, £60 for online but price can vary depending on income, location and frequency.
I teach many corporate wellbeing weeks and also regular corporate classes. These clients include Net-A-Porter, Spada PR, Framestore, K&C SS, Shell, Gainsbury & Whiting, Christian Aid, Grey Marketing, Upstream and Bloomberg. I also ran a company called Kickstep Wellbeing, which offered yoga, dance and wellbeing practices into schools around London.
Below is a video of one of my retreats in Morocco that was made by one of the participants – thanks to the multi-talented Laura Holmes!