Jess began practicing Yoga in 2010 as a means to release stresses caused by her busy career, and found a strong draw to the unique experience Yoga practice provides. As a result she was inspired toshare this experience with family and friends and went on to study with the British School of Yoga, to qualify in teaching Adult Hatha Yoga, Pre and Post Natal yoga.
Pam recognises the importance well being and feels yoga can help balance modern life and bring back a sense of harmony. Having previous experience of back and joint issues she has a supportiveunderstanding and patient approach to her teaching. Her classes invite students to explore movement and breath with integrity and learn more about themselves without judgement.
Yoga classes in Newquay, Cornwall, workshops and retreats in Cornwall, around the UK and abroad. Come on holiday with us. From Cornish yurts to French chateaus, outdoor yoga decks in the Italianhillside to cooking superfoods in a country house there's so many great yoga retreats to choose from!
Aimee has experienced several styles of yoga through dozens of different teachers and it wasn't until she was living in Australia that she found the teacher she had been looking for. Nicky Knoff.Whilst living in Australia for 2 years Aimee was very fortunate to receive the opportunity to study with and shadow Nicky. Aimee has been teaching now for 5 years in the UK and practicing since her early teens she now works full time as a Yoga Therapist teaching private groups and 1-2-1 clients.
Welcome to Lime House Yoga where we believe yoga should inspire mind, body and soul. With our studio overlooking the ocean but still only 15 minutes from Truro, 10 minutes from Newquay and 5 Minutesfrom Perranporth. We have developed a yoga style that is physically challenging, thought provoking and playful. Using your breath as the thread that brings together the physical and mental aspects of your yoga practice.
Yoga can increase confidence. Children are encouraged to be vocal during a class and express their emotions physically. Through creative visualisation techniques I help children believe they areunique and special. Yoga improves concentration. Balancing postures help children to focus their mind and concentration techniques keep the mind in one place instead of letting it wander.
Every one practices with out pushing and forcing, being sensitive to their bodies. Equal parts effort and surrender. The effort is coming to class, the surrender is surrendering to your practice,entering the void, exploring the space within and out. Relaxing into the universe and being met by its embrace as you let life unfold and reveal itself.
Sibylla Chan has spent a lifetime learning about yoga and discovering its amazing results. Here's how her relationship with the ancient practice developed and why she is spreading the word. Myexperience of yoga is based on a lifetime of practice, teaching and applying its principles to the practical demands of modern living. Alongside a busy secondary school teaching career, teaching science and modern languages, I ran yoga classes during evening and weekends.
I have been teaching yoga since 2003. My yoga teaching is a blend of the traditional hatha yoga I have practised and learnt over many years, combined with up-to-date sports science information. Istarted practising yoga back in 1995 when I was pregnant as I found I was unable to continue the climbing, running and mountain biking I had been doing. I was surprised to find that yoga enabled me to stay as strong and fit during pregnancy as I had been before.
I live in Falmouth, Cornwall and have been teaching Yoga for more than twelve years. I first became interested in Yoga in my mid twenties but it was only after attending my first Iyengar Yoga class inthe 90's that I became inspired to teach. I hold the Iyengar Yoga Introductory II teaching certificate and currently hold the position of chair of the South West Iyengar Yoga Institute. Visit the SWIYI website to find details of teachers and events near to you.