After initially using yoga as a way to relax my mind, I quickly discovered both the mental and physical benefits that the practice brings. I completed my degree in Film Studies, and after practicing for over 3 years in the UK, I embarked on my solo journey to India where I completed my 200 hour teacher training course.
The aim of my trip was to visit the birth place of yoga, Rishikesh and to deepen my practise. I left feeling compelled to teach and to spread the blessing that Yoga brings, with the aim to support and foster the sense of mindfulness and peace within others.
Because no one ever said
“I wish I skipped that yoga class”
Yoga Nidra is a simple way to Reduce stress and promote deep rest and relaxation. This is a different type of yoga, which is often referred to as yogic sleep. It’s a deep relaxation technique taking about 45mins. It’s a little bit like meditation and it aims to bring your brains waves lower. It is said that 1 hour of yoga nidra is equal to 3 hours of normal sleep.
Classes are run on donations. Suggested donation is €10.
45minute sessions are run on the last week of every month.
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SUMMER CYPRUS 2020 RETREAT
After the success of my first retreat in Alicante, Spain. I am pleased to say I am in the process of finalising a retreat in sunny Cyprus in Summer 2020.
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“Calming the mind is yoga. Not just standing on the head.” –Swami Satchidananda
What do I need to bring to class?
You are welcome to bring a water bottle and a small towel with you. Don’t worry if you don’t own a yoga mat, however as there is a limited amount of mats available please book your place in advance via email to ensure a mat is reserved for you. Wear comfortable and lose clothing and come with an open mind.
Should I eat before class?
It is recommended not to eat before class, and only have water at least 2 hours prior practice. This will help to ensure that the majority or all of your food is digested before you practice your asanas.
Can I come to class if I have an injury?
If you are feeling unwell it is advisable not to come to class. If you have an injury then please do email me prior class as I can provide you with modifications that will still allow you to practice.
I’m not flexible, can I still do yoga?
Of course! Yoga is a practice and flexibility, strength and balance come with time. Stay consistent, attend classes regularly and you will soon witness your body becoming stronger and more flexible.
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