The word Yoga comes from the Sanskrit root Yui, which means to joinintegrate and unite. Yogis believe that each individual soul is part of the whole universe and that each individual’s purpose in life is to experience oneness with the universe.

On a more practical level, Yoga is a means of balancing and harmonising the body, mind and soul. Finding a balance within oneself and a unity with the universe.

Regular yoga practise has changed my life for good and it’s with great joy and pleasure that I would like to share with you the many benefits of its practise, physically and mentally.

Practising yoga is the best gift you can offer yourself to support you “surfing” the waves of life. Life can be tough, sometimes, and yoga is not about magic/immediate solutions and being happy all the time. But yoga’s regular practice can really help and sustain you to live your life fully, with its good and less good experiences.

You can practice yoga from birth to your last breath. I teach to children and adults: Hatha, restorative, prenatal, postnatal yoga and yoga Nidra. Group and private sessions.

Yoga Sessions

Hatha Yoga

Hatha is a combination of two words Ham and Tham. Ham means sun, right, masculine and represents the physical force, the power of action. Tham means moon, left, feminine and represents the mental force, the intuition and the inspiration. The work of the Hatha aims to harmonise these two aspects of our being so that our power of action is…
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Restorative Yoga

Restorative yoga is active relaxation, it is done with the use of props that allow the body to completely release tensions and relax; this facilitates a relaxed mind. During relaxation, the parasympathetic nervous system (PSNS), is working as its best. The PSNS is responsible for all activities that occur when the body is at rest, such as digestion, fertility, the…
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Kids Yoga

Yoga is beneficial for the body, mind and soul for both adults and children and adolescents. It gives us confidence, balance, strength and flexibility, while promoting attention and concentration. With good posture and breathing techniques, hyperactive children regain calm and concentration, while those who are bored or lethargic become active and alert. Children are born yogis. From birth they know…
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Prenatal & Postnatal

PRENATAL YOGA Pregnancy can be a challenging time for a mother as so many physiological and psychological changes occur through the weeks. Regular yoga practice can help with these changes as multiple benefits are provided to your body. Prenatal yoga practice provides the ideal opportunity to reconnect with the changing shapes of the pregnant body whilst helping to maintain strength…
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