Yoga Practice for Stability

One woman's amazing journey out of back pain.

Toni, aged 39, attended a Yoga for Healthy Lower Backs course I taught earlier this year. Go to the Blog page to read her story...and to see how BIG changes can happen in a SHORT space of time

Accreditation with IAYT

After completing one very large application, detailing about 20 years of formal training, seminars, workshop presentations and over 300 hours of documented client contact, I finally found out this month (August 2017), that I had been accepted as a certified Yoga Therapist with the International Association of Yoga Therapists. This association is based in the US but represents and shares knowledge between Yoga Therapists worldwide!

I am very proud to have gained this qualification and looking forward, as always, to extending my knowledge further.

Why is one-to-one Yoga different to a Yoga class?

Individual Yoga focuses on how you are, what your abilities are and what you would like or need to work with using Yoga.

We are all different and one-to-one Yoga embraces these differences instead of trying to get us to be an idealised or average person. We can be who we are and we start from where we are, when we practice Yoga
like this.