I first discovered the wonderful benefits of yoga in 1998. I felt so strongly that I wanted to share these experiences with others that I went on to train as a yoga teacher in 2001 with SUNRA. Aftersome years I decided to expand my knowledge to a more hands on approach. I trained in Thai yoga massage, an obvious companion to yoga, with METTA. During a trip to Goa I came across Indian head massage and felt inspired to add this to my repertoire.
A warm welcome awaits you at Greywell Village Hall a lovely peaceful hamlet away from the hustle & bustle of the world. Jill arranges yoga classes for all ages and abilities, as well as meditationcourses, yoga workshops, retreats and other events. We are a Yoga Alliance approved Yoga School and run a 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Course creating new yoga teachers every year. We look forward to welcoming you to our friendly, growing yoga community.
I am on a amazing life changing journey so far and now I would like to help others with what I have learned. The yoga style I will be teaching is for all ages and abilities explicitlybeginners and is suitable for all levels of fitness and flexibility. Each Class has a relaxed atmosphere with the use of essential oil's ie lavender. Any questions please don't hesitate to contact me via contact page. All equipment supplied for block bookings, drop-in students may have to bring own mats.
Feeling like your energy levels need a kick-start or you could do with a good stretch out? Join a yoga class (or try a 1-to1 private session) to bring vitality and balance to the body and mind.Revitalising Yoga classes are suitable for all ages and abilities - helping to strengthen the immune system, improve flexibility, relax, de-stress and boost mental clarity.
Welcome to the website of Paul Fox, a yoga teacher and teacher trainer based in Cambridge and Norfolk. Paul teaches Core Strength Yoga and Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga at Camyoga in Cambridge. He runsworkshops and training days for yoga teachers and writes regularly for the yoga press. Paul was a BBC journalist for 24 years.
Although I grew up in England, I was born in Udaipur, India; my father is Bengali Indian and my mother is English. The interweaving of 2 cultures has been a constant theme in my life, not justintellectually but personally. We kept in close touch with the Indian side of the family and it was my Indian grandfather who gave me my first book on yoga when I was 15. He was a very keen practitioner of yoga and encouraged me to take it up.
Please note: Parking for The Fontmell Sanctuary is in Church Street, along side St Andrews Church. The Magna Yoga Sanctuary is a lovingly restored Old 18th century Chapel and School nestling in thevalley of the tiny delightful picturesque hamlet of Fontmell Magna amidst beautiful Dorset within the nature and elements of deepest rolling countryside, .
Each of the elements Julie has to offer can be used individually or combined to create a more powerful and positive effect. By working on many levels at the same time, combined with a regularpractice, you can produce a more sustained and meaningful impact on your life. Julie has learned how deeply effective this combination of healing, insight and physical exercise is from personal experience.
I initially continued with a yoga class to complement my dance studies but began to find that my Yoga class became a chance to clear my mind and 'set me up' for the week ahead. The physical as well asthe mental benefits I was receiving from my practice soon became obvious. My path through life has led me to discover many different styles of Yoga with many teachers in the UK, the USA and Australia.
Rachel attended her first yoga class aged 14 and instantly felt at home on the mat. She continued practicing, trying many styles of yoga until 2007 when she felt the need to share her love of yogawith others and become a teacher. Taking a 500 hour teacher training diploma with the British Wheel of Yoga, she qualified in 2009 and then taught classes in Warwickshire.