Therapeutic Yoga

There are 3 ways we can work together with therapeutic yoga and somatic movement

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My style of teaching yoga:

I teach therapeutic trauma-informed yoga with Embodied Yoga and Mindfulness, Somatic and Functional Movement, Yin Yoga and Restorative Yoga.

My focus of teaching is coming back into embodied wholeness using embodiment practices, breath and present mindful experience. It’s all about living more in your body, finding more ease and moving without pain, struggle or forcing. It’s about connecting and opening to our vitality, joy and a sense of being fully alive.

When we slow down and bring our mindful awareness within our bodies and our practice becomes a joyful exploration and an inner enquiry. We can learn so much about ourselves on the mat – how we show up for ourselves and our habitual ways of doing things. Over a period of time our practice and what we learn spreads into every aspect of our lives off the mat.

Over the past 11 years I’ve taught over 5000 hours official hours (plus many more not recorded hours). Combine that with over 26 years of personal practice and countless trainings and courses and being a book worm – I bring together a unique blend of embodied mindful teaching.

My approach is informed by 20 year of working with trauma, mental health and chronic health conditions, including 16 years of work in Social Care. You can read more about my story and my training HERE.


Benefits of this type of yoga:

  • helps you re-connect with your body and it’s inner wisdom
  • improves energy, especially when you’re fatigued
  • reduces pain and chronic tension in the body
  • reduces depression and low feelings
  • helps calm the mind – reduces anxiety and hyperalertness
  • nourishes your digestive system as nervous system switches into ‘rest & digest’ response
  • improves chronic conditions and strengthens the body
  • helps us live more in the body and develop self-compassion and self-acceptance 
  • helps you connect to your inner sense of stability and empowerment 

These practices help us learn how to live an embodied life and thrive with calm and ease, and become more resilient in our busy world.

And they are suitable for complete beginners!