go to   •  Anne  •  Atma  •  Avril  •  Catherine  •  Cathy  •  Charlotte  •  Elaine  •  Elle  •  Hamsa  •  Hayley  •  Ivana  •  Jane  •  Jess  •  Kerry  •  Leanne  •  Lee  •  Martin  •  Michelle  •  Natalie  •  Nicky  •  Rachel  •  Rose  •  Rosie  •  Tess  •  Vanessa


Registered Yoga Teacher icon Anne Morrish:

Anne Morrish is a 200hour Yoga Alliance registered yoga teacher, having trained and then taught with an international yoga school in India. She is also qualified in Prenatal and Postnatal Yoga with Baby Yoga & Massage, trained by appleyoga, London.

Anne teaches with kindness & compassion, thorough anatomical knowledge and a keen attentiveness to the unique needs of each individual. She weaves themes and intentions through her classes to encourage students to find deeper connection, meaning and joy in their practice.

You can join Anne for Energising Hatha Flow (Monday 12:15-13:00), or the deeply relaxing Friday Night Chillout (Friday 18:30-20:00) on the 1st and 3rd Friday of the month.

For mums and mums to be, join Anne for Postnatal Mum&Baby Yoga (Monday 11:00-!2:00) or Pregnancy Yoga (Monday 18:00-19:15).

Contact Anne for booking, and visit her website to find out more.

07867 476082

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Swami Atma Gyanam Saraswati: (Joss Guin)

Atma teaches a unique style called Bhava Yoga. It is a versatile style that is adaptable to individual needs. Classes will be appropriate whether you are looking primarily for health and fitness, or for peace and relaxation. They are great for first timers, those returning to yoga, or expert yogis.

You finish a Bhava Yoga class feeling light, relaxed, and with increased energy levels. The feeling often lasts for a few days and the inspiration you might take from just one pose can last a lifetime.

Students have reported the practice helping with insomnia, headaches, muscle tension, digestive problems, confidence, back pain, anxiety, joint stiffness (e.g. knees), as well as all the increase of strength, co-ordination, and flexibility you would expect from the practice of Yoga.

Bhava means the essence or feeling of the yoga postures. The ancient sages who created these postures were inspired by heroes and gods from myth, from animals, and natural forms. These forms gave their names to the yoga postures, but often the original inspiration is forgotten. By going back to the original idea, and combining it with modern understanding of human anatomy, physiology, and proper alignment Bhava Yoga gets you the most out of every pose. Not only do you get the physical benefits, the strength, agility, mobility, and relaxation of the various animals etc, you can also get inspired by them. Perhaps you could do with a warriors courage, or an eagles concentration, or the restfulness of a crocodile basking in the sun. Each posture has a secret that you can unlock through practice.

Bhava also means feeling as in mood, so the days when you have energy to spare you can practice more dynamically, and the days when you need to recharge you can practice in a restorative way.

To contact Atma: ,
  - email him at atmagyanam@theyogatree.co.uk ,
  - phone him on 07598 937 665 ,
  - or go via our contact page

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Avril Soards:

'I am an experienced HCPC registered, Chartered Physiotherapist and highly qualified in Pilates. I am also an adult gymnast with two national veteran titles, a rock climber and mother. I am a published research scientist educated at Cambridge University where I received my PhD and a former stunt double.

'I have been teaching Pilates since 2010 and I am committed to using the technique to rehabilitate patients, prevent injury, improve posture, strength, flexibility and facilitate wellbeing. My experience includes the provision of classes ranging from post spinal surgery to dealing with Olympic gymnasts.'

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Catherine Grace:

Catherine has been practicing yoga for about 30 years. Studying primarily from the Satyananda Tradition under the close tuition of Swami Pragyamurti , graduating from the 2 year teacher training course in 2005. Catherine taught at theSatyananda Yoga Centre in London for over 7 years, and is now teaching independently. Catherine has also studied to teach yoga for those living with and recovering from cancer. Catherine says that as well as helping keep her mobile, yoga adds richness and depth to life.

Gentle Yoga 60+ is a gentle class tailored to the over 60's whatever your range of mobility. Classes improve body awareness through simple movements that help to prevent and alleviate osteoarthritis, standing postures to help keep active and improve balance to avoid falls, and peaceful relaxation exercises to relieve anxiety.

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Cathy Cookson: Dip Hyp CS, AAMET (EFT), MHS, CCAA, Dip MT

Cathy Cookson is a professional psychotherapist, is a professional member of the N.H.S. and is approved by the Royal College of Nursing.

Cathy qualified in Guided Meditation teaching as an additional technique to support her clients with relaxation, confidence and intuition. She found that a lot of her clients had tried meditation before but had lost confidence in themselves with the technique being unsure how to access it alone- and so she designed this course to help her clients build their confidence in this ancient art step by step.

This course at The Yoga Tree is designed to take you through the basics like posture and breathing help alleviate personal obstacles , and build confidence in yourself and your intuition while learning a wide variety of subjects. You will also enjoy a new meditation each week.

To book or for more information please go to http://www.thegreenroomtherapy.com or call Cathy on 07752 372728

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Charlotte Watts:

Charlotte found yoga after being persuaded by a friend to go on a yoga holiday. Having never done it before, she spent a week practising every day and could not believe how great she felt in the space of 7 days! She says "the effect of yoga on my mind and body was truly transformative, I was relaxed as never before, and had a real sense of being in touch with my mind and body, something I'd never really experienced". Wanting to keep these benefits, Charlotte has regularly practiced yoga since and last year trained as a teacher with Atma Gyanam Saraswati so she could share her experiences with others.

Charlotte's classes are accessible, inclusive and fun. She teaches Hatha based yoga aimed at increasing strength and flexibility whilst using the breath to create awareness and a sense of calm. You can expect to have a good stretch, will probably break a sweat but will leave feeling relaxed and refreshed. Her classes are suitable for all levels.

To contact Charlotte, please phone 07799 493354 or email her at cewatts99@yahoo.com

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Elaine Smith:

Elaine has been teaching yoga since her initial training at Yoga Vidya Gurukul , Nashik, India in 2009. Since then, she has also completed the British Wheel of Yoga teacher training and has attained a diploma in Yoga Therapy with Yoga Campus in London. She has also had the privilege of studying with some wonderful teachers and has gained additional qualifications in:

  • Restorative Yoga with Judith Lasater,
  • Yoga for Women with Uma Dinsmore Tuli,
  • Yoga for ME with Fiona Agombar.

Elaine is offering a weekly class at The Yoga Tree that is designed for people who are experiencing Chronic Fatigue. This level of fatigue can originate due to: chronic illness; chronic stress; insomnia; chronic pain, or many other reasons. The class will focus on; gentle mobilization to increase circulation, release tension and maintain strength; restorative poses; deep relaxation; balancing breathing practices and mindfulness meditation. People with all levels of ability and experience are welcome to attend.

Elaine is also offering a series of Saturday afternoon Therapeutic Yoga Workshops:

  • yoga for shoulders and neck;
  • yoga for stress, anxiety and insomnia;
  • yoga for healthy lower back

- please see the Therapeutic Yoga Workshops page of this website for dates. During these workshops, techniques will be taught that can be practiced at home and hand-outs will be provided.

For more information on Elaine and her classes and workshops, or to book a workshop, please contact her on:
T: 01263 862168
M: 07561 585313
E: elainecdsmith@yahoo.co.uk
W: http://www.elainesmithyoga.com

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Gwenaelle Claiborn: (Elle)

British Wheel of Yoga trained (2004).

Teaching yoga since 2002.

BWY Teaching to Children (2010)

After teaching secondary school religious education and starting her own family (4 school-aged children) Elle moved to Norwich and trained to teach yoga. Since then she has been teaching adults, babies, children and people with eating disorders.

Elle is currently working on developing yoga sessions for competitive swimmers.

Her yoga is deeply rooted in the Iyengar tradition and heavily influenced by Vinyasa Flow. She takes an holistic approach to themes through blocks of lessons, encouraging students to take an inquisitive and intelligent approach.

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Hamsa Saraswati:

After a 14 year apprenticeship with a little known Lithuanian Matriarchal tradition, Hamsa encountered Self-Realisation in the Middle East. Later, on her travels to India and a near death experience, the call to live a more devotional way became very strong. She now lives Ashram Life and brings her teachings to those who pass that way. With the understanding that to yoke or join with existence, and enjoy a deeper sense of what it means to be Human, can come from any spiritual practice if accompanied by Devotion: Her Academic background includes working as a Front-Line Field Ops Mentor as a Psychotherapist for the United Nations. Hamsa is also an Author; Her book 'Knowledge of Origin' will launch spring 2017.

t:- 07760540096
e:- saiurilov@gmail.com

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Hayley Matthews:

Hayley Matthews is a Rolfer, contemporary dancer and choreographer and Artistic Director of Ensemble Dance Company. Hayley splits her time between Rolfing, performing and making. She runs a Rolfing practice in both Norwich and London and performs, teaches and tours dance work nationally and internationally.

'I am interested in how we create and live in urban space, and in how this affects our bodies, minds and perception. I know the importance of expressing ourselves and relating to each other clearly, honestly and freely and pass on my experience and knowledge in how we can be well and move and live the best way we can.'


Rolfing is a form of hands on body work and an educational process that can address posture, alignment, chronic pain, performance, balance, wellness, processing trauma and embodying psychological or emotional processes. As Rolfers we work with our hands in the fascia/connective tissue of the body. We address the patterns that we get into in our every day lives and look at patterns that could be more efficient and mean we are more well, more balanced, more free, with better support, ease and range.

There are only 41 Rolfers practicing in the UK, it is well respected and sought after because of its truly wholistic methods that integrate structure, function, coordination and perception.

You can read more about me and about Rolfing on my website http://www.rolfinganddance.com
To book a session or make an inquiry write to hayleyjmatthews@hotmail.co.uk

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Ivana Prekopova:

Ivana first discovered yoga 7 years ago in Dublin, mainly out of curiosity and wanting to experience the positive reviews we all hear about Yoga. It was a quite a strong physical class but she felt refreshed, energised and clear-minded. She also discovered the slower, softer side of yoga; the Yin yoga.

Moving to Norwich, she started practicing under the guidance of Swami Atma Gyanam Saraswati , whose spiritual approach was a perfect balance of yoga style to her. Ivana is a 200+hrs registered Hatha Yoga teacher with Yoga Alliance UK.

The morning practice is about discovering the benefits of Yoga which will make you feel calmly focused and energized for a successful day ahead. This is followed by a healthy breakfast in the company of fellow Yogis (optional).

Serene Sundays are slower Hatha/Yin based yoga classes which stimulates perception and awareness of the quality and joy of the breath in longer holding postures finished with guided Yoga Nidra meditation.

It's her intention to inspire your heart and to create a noticeable change on and off the mat, so you can live your life with more health, happiness and smile on your face. She aims to teach her classes through a practical, balanced and safe approach.

Ivana believes that Yoga reveals itself through regular practice and meditation. This practice leads to self-observation, personal insights and your own routine improvement.

Phone: 07453 320 361 / Email: ivanaprekopova@yahoo.com
Facebook: Live life Yoga with Ivana

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Jane Aldiss:

Jane has been working with movement and body work since 1984, living the practice of yoga since 1991 and has been teaching yoga since 1999. She has studied and taught yoga internationally and is privileged to have worked with world-renowned teachers. In January 2016 Jane spent 5 months on retreat at Yasodhara Ashram, B.C. Canada and is currently teaching Yasodhara Yoga in the UK, as well as her signature workshops.

Yasodhara Yoga is a reflective, spiritual approach to yoga that integrates body, mind and speech. Yasodhara Yoga practices will help guide you to your own inner wisdom. Yasodhara. Hatha Yoga integrates classical asanas with spiritual practices of mantra and meditation. These classes empower students to accept and listen to their bodies. They are non-competitive and compassionate, and open to all levels. Jane is a Senior Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance UK.

Email Jane at jane@yogalightness.com
or phone 0776 5211564

See http://www.yogalightness.com for more information.

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Jessica McKenna:

Classes are a gentle flowing style of Yoga with each individual in mind. Each class has a focus on breath work and relaxation, helping bring a peaceful state of mind. The flowing movement is a great way to ease out physical and emotional tensions in the body and mind whilst building strength and stability, and helping you feel refreshed and restored. ISHTA means individual and this Yoga practice is very much about adapting the postures to your individual self. ISHTA is an acronym for the Integrated Science of Hatha (physical practice) Tantra (yogic philosophy) and Ayurveda (Indian science of healing) and Jessica weaves these elements into classes. ISHTA is a style of yoga that is flowing and safe for all ages and abilities, beginners welcome.

Have fun with your children. Help them on magical journeys to enchanted lands, explore underwater worlds, travel to the moon and many more wild adventures to be had. Learn Yoga shapes and moves, as individuals, partners and groups. Teach your child how to breathe to help deal with emotions and to relax. Suitable for children 2-8 approx (younger siblings welcome free of charge)

Jess has been practicing yoga for nearly 20 years and has been teaching for 10. Yoga instantly resonated within Jess. Her passion and love for yoga was such that she changed her life completely and completed her ISHTA Yoga teacher training in 2006 in Byron Bay, Australia where she lived for 10 years. Jess is a Senior Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance UK. Jess is also a qualified Pregnancy, Baby and Childrens Yoga teacher and her 2 young children join her regularly. As well as attending continuing ISHTA trainings Jess is also influenced by Anusara teachings and completed her immersion in 2014. Jess completed her Pregnancy Yoga teacher training in March 2009 with Triyoga , London and her Baby Yoga teacher training in September 2009 with Camyoga, , Cambridge. In 2015 Jess also completed her Rainbow Kids Yoga in London.

Join Jess to share in the joy of Yoga

  • Thursday 6-7:15pm
  • Childrens Yoga 4:15-5:15pm

Contact Jessica: 07501 303546
Bliss Yoga Norwich

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Kerry's Pregnancy Relaxation class is a restorative hour designed to give mums to be some precious time out to relax and bond with their bumps. Relaxation is followed by tea and cookies.

Pre-book only: telephone 07748 660703

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Leanne Harvey:

Certified by French Yoga Federation 2004, Yoga Alliance UK Professionals member since 2013

Leanne teaches a contemporary style of alignment based vinyasa yoga with strong roots in Anusara yoga. Her classes are engaging, challenging and fun, designed to bring balance to both body and mind.

The term vinyasa refers to the alignment of movement and breath, which through creative sequencing turns static asanas (poses) into a dynamic flow. Vinyasa yoga essentially teaches us to cultivate an awareness that links each action to the next-on the mat and in our lives. Through our vinyasa yoga practice we can develop an artful approach to living, applying the skill and awareness of yoga to all the rhythms and sequences of life.

A former dancer, Leanne has been a yoga practitioner since 1999 and a certified teacher since 2004. Over her many years of practice she has been fortunate enough to attend classes and workshops with some of today's most experienced teachers of contemporary hatha yoga, yoga philosophy and anatomy. Her knowledge and understanding of many of the hatha yoga styles popular today continues to develop and she brings a wealth of experience to her classes.

After over a decade living and teaching in Paris, Leanne has recently returned to her home town of Norwich. She has two children, born 2002 and 2006

Website: leanneharveyross.com or Facebook: Leanne_Yoga_Norwich

Join Leanne for mixed level Vinyasa Flow Yoga - Fridays 1.30 - 2.45 (starting May 19th 2017)
Suitable for experienced practitioners and beginners with a good level of fitness.

For more information and to book classes email leanneharveyross@gmail.com

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Lee Jenkins:

Lee's fascination and relentless passion for movement & bodies has led him to work alongside a diverse range of people from all walks of life.

His career first began as an international photographer where he soon started noticing common patterns and behaviours. He realised that perhaps a lot of the tensions, stresses, anxieties and complaints are somehow related to living in our fast paced modern society.

Lee embarked on 3 years of training with the British Academy of Rolfing®, where he graduated in 2014 as a certified Rolfer.

Whilst training and practicing Rolfing® Lee found his speciality in Rolfing Movement. This inspired him to continue training, this time in Munich over the space of a year with the European Rolfing Association. He graduated as a certified Rolf® movement practitioner in 2016.

Rolfing® is a highly effective method of working with people and their bodies. Involving hands on tissue work, looking at where we are, how we move and exploring movement re-education.
Working towards undoing, letting go and changing old patterns. Developing self-awareness and improving well being when there is tension, pain, loss of flexibility or mobility.

Discover a powerful tool for physical and personal transformation that brings a new quality of life.

To book a session: call/text 07583 702888 or email: leetherolfer@gmail.com For more info: www.ukrolfing.com

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Martin Faulks:

Martin Faulks is known internationally as a Meditation Master, Adventurer and Spiritual Teacher. His lifelong study and greatest love is the art of Hermetics, a meditative practice similar to eastern Buddhism said to date back to ancient Egypt. To gain the best understanding of this art, Martin has travelled the world to train with masters from different spiritual traditions including yoga, zen Buddhism, and Japanese Shugendo. For Martin, meditation is a path of enlightenment, discipline and self control, their purpose being to develop the will, cultivate the inner calm and to enable the individual to reach their full potential.

As a Meditation Master, Martin is famed online and in news for evidencing mastery of heat, cold, and brainwaves. He teaches an ancient but popularly unknown form of meditation that goes back to Ancient Egypt. Learn a practice that gives all the great physical and mental health benefits you'd expect from mindfulness or other eastern forms of meditation which also includes techniques to use your newfound strength of mind to make life better, and to be the person you always wanted to be.

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Michelle Miller: Yoga Alliance Professional

Hello I am Michelle, a Yoga Alliance Teacher. I will be teaching a Hatha style Yoga class at the Yogatree Wednesday mornings 10.00am - 11.15am. I bring a warm, calm effective teaching manner to the timetable & look forward to meeting some of you along the way.

My background is within the Health & Fitness industry as a Fitness Instructor, Exercise to Music Teacher, Aqua Teacher & Swim Teacher. I have specialised qualifications in 'Pre & postnatal fitness', along with Yoga for pregnancy and with babies. This experience combines to ensure I can help you enjoy getting the most from your practice.

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Natalie Willcock:

BA Hons Degree - Dance major 1998. Pilates Foundation 2 year course Distinction 2000. Certified teacher GYROTONIC® 2002 & GYROKINESIS®2005. Specialised equipment GYROTONIC®; teacher & GYROTONIC® Pre Trainer.

I have a dance and gymnastics background. Studying Royal Academy of Dance, Cecchetti Ballet, Imperial Ballet & Russian Ballet. Contemporary dance Martha Graham amongst many others. Competitive & Rhythmic gymnastics. I founded The Pilates Studio studio in Norwich in 2002 which I ran successfully for fourteen years before opening up my new countryside studio in the Autumn specialising in GYROTONIC® & GYROKINESIS® methodology. My love of movement inspires me to teach others the joys of GYROTONIC® & GYROKINESIS® methodology. Every 'body' has the potential to go beyond what is believed to be their own physical and mental limitations. To reach a better range, quality and freedom in their daily lives.

What is known as the GYROKINESIS® method today was originally known as 'Yoga for Dancers'. It is practiced on a stool and a mat, and it is the foundation for the GYROTONIC® method. What to Expect from a GYROKINESIS® Class to move with fluidity, with focus on your breath. You will explore how the SPINE MOVES by being guided to Arch and Curl or ripple with a wave-like motion to gently and smoothly massage each individual articulating segment of the spine. You will feel how the arms and legs connect into this rhythm and how to move and coordinate your body as a whole. This class is suitable to all! You don't have to be a dancer to enjoy and experience the wonders of GYROKINESIS®

Contact Natalie on 07887 646228 to pre book.    spiral@theskyandthesea.co.uk

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Nicky Young:

Beauty Therapist Specialist

Find Nicky on

Mobile: 07880 945152

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Rachel Cross:

Rachel has had a keen interest in Complementary Therapies since the mid 1990's when she was often used as a 'Guinea Pig' by a group at Scarborough College who were studying many forms of Complementary Therapies. After having had acupuncture needles stuck in her, crystals placed on her and been prescribed tinctures to aid self healing, she decided to do some training herself and embarked on her Aromatherapy Diploma. She then subsequently qualified in Indian Head Massage and Reflexology and began practising her therapies from home whilst working part time at the local University.

A move down to Norfolk in 2003 saw Rachel take a change in her career, working one to one with vulnerable people. During this time she still did therapy work for friends and colleagues and has continued to expand her knowledge and skills and qualified as a Crystal Healing Therapist in 2011 and qualified in Deep Tissue Massage and Pregnancy Massage in January 2016. Not one to rest on her laurels, she also qualified as a 200 hour Yoga Teacher in September 2016 under the guidance of Swami Atma Gyanam Saraswati.

"Since those early days of being practised on, I was astounded by the positive results of many different forms of Complementary Therapies and my own experience working directly with people through my therapies, re-confirms all the time the positive effects they can have. I love that feeling of being able to assist someone in a very gentle yet positive way."

Rachel offers her range of Therapies from the Yoga Tree's very own consultation room and is currently teaching Yoga classes at different venues in Norwich, please check out her Facebook Page and website for further info:


Rosanna McKenzie: (Rose)

Rosanna teaches a graceful, flowing Hatha class which can be taken on many levels. There is strong emphasis placed on each individual's unique journey: every class is an opportunity to meet yourself as you are and unfold into the practice as you need.

Having first found Yoga in her late teens, much of Rosanna's 20s were spent in Cornwall under the guidance & mentorship of Andrew Moon, a Scaravelli-inspired teacher & Ayurvedic Practitioner. During the past 10 years a natural journey has unfolded through practices and trainings in Yoga & Ayurveda, most recently taking her to Bali to train with Everett Newall & Katherine Girling in the Tantric Hatha tradition.

A 500hr Registered Yoga Teacher and certified Ayurvedic therapist, Rosanna explores and shares her practice with integrity and dedication. Expect to meet yourself with honesty in the space you hold for yourself, and from rooted foundations allow body and mind to find strength and grace with each breath.

Contact Rosanna with any enquiries or to book:

07890 899090

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Registered Yoga Teacher icon Rosie Taylor:

Rosie Taylor is The Yoga Tree's resident Physiotherapist, Prenatal Yoga expert, and Alignment led PhysiYoga teacher. She combines her years of clinical physiotherapy work as senior physiotherapist at Norfolk and Norwich hospital with the passion care and skill of a 500+hrs qualified Yoga and Pilates instructor.

You can attend her Monday night drop in Yoga class, book onto her prenatal yoga course from second trimester, join the popular Friday night chill out each month.

You can also book a physio consultation, sports massage, clinical acupuncture appointment. For full details of Rosie's medical qualifications and experience visit PhysiYoga.co.uk

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Tess Bickerstaff:

" Discovered yoga about ten years ago, was of enormous help during a very trying time then left it alone for years, not really appreciating what the practise had done for me then came back to it about two years ago and something just clicked and I decided to train with Atma for a year, which has changed my life, I have more body and mind awareness than ever, I'm happier, I'm more grounded and I just love it. I'm also a motorcycle racer and keen surfer and the benefits that yoga practise has bought to those pursuits is phenomenal, yoga has touched every area of my life with a magical hand and I'd like to share that with you. "

tel: 07729 195656
email: albiondays@hotmail.co.uk

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Vanessa Ponsford:

Free Spirit Yoga.
Free spirits are inclined to explore life and taste new experiences that hold true to the deepest parts of themselves versus being influenced by what the masses around them are doing. They are often people who think freely and have the courage to hear their own voice and follow their own integrity. Free Spirit Yoga aims to follow these principles in our yoga practice, with influences from Forrest Yoga , Ashtanga, Vinyasa and Hatha yoga we will enjoy a practice that enables the yogi to venture deeper into asanas and try something new. Learning to listen to their bodys and discover its limitations and possibilities. I encourage each individual to understand how their body moves and work with the breath to get deeper into each posture, whilst interacting and having fun offering a nice relaxed atmosphere.
Each class will involve movement in sun salutations, pranayama (breathing) exercises to calm the mind and strengthen the body with a relaxing yoga nidra at the end of class to settle the soul.

"I have been practising yoga myself for over 10 years and trained as a fitness instructor and personal trainer. Yoga kept me sane through some very dark times of my life. When I was working towards becoming an elite instructor for Bodybalance my yoga self was reignited and my longing to become a yoga teacher grew stronger. I found Atma in one of his classes and soon decided to join him for 200hr teacher training in 2014. I have experienced many different styles of yoga and have seen the benefits of yoga help not only myself but also many of my students. My style comes from the heart with a free spirit. I teach Hatha Yoga but with influences from Forrest Yoga , Ashtanga and Vinyasa. I like to be lighthearted in my teaching, encouraging interaction and enjoyment with a no fluff approach."

Vanessa offers
  • 1-2-1 yoga sessions for £30.
1-2-1 sessions can be for the complete beginner to get to grips with yoga and how their body works. Or for rehabilitation to help the body move more easily perhaps after an accident or due to chronic illness/disability.
  • Reflexology £30 per hour. Reiki £30 per hour
Reflexology is a treatment on the feet (or hands) which works on different reflexes corresponding to different areas of the body. It is believed that any areas of dis-ease in the body are caused by a block f the free flow of energy or qui. By working on these corresponding areas in the foot you can release the blockage enabling the energy to flow freely and aid a healing response.
  • Various yoga classes thoughout the week, including the Forrest Yoga class, and the Sculp & Stretch class which includes yoga with a lot of Pilates style moves for core strength.

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