My name is Amber, I first started yoga in the 1970's when i was 15 years old. A back injury forced me to drop out of competitive gymnastics but i still liked to go to the local sports centre where iwatched a yoga class through a tinted window one day, and i was hooked. I waited to ask the teacher at the end of the class if i could join in, but as the class was made up mainly of retired ladies, I wondered if i was was too young? The teacher replied that yoga was for all people of all ages.
Having been encouraged by my own teacher, I decided to train as a yoga teacher so I could share the experience and benefits that yoga has given me in my life. I initially started practising yoga aboutten years ago, mainly for the physical improvements it gives of strength, stamina and flexibility. I was very keen on sports, namely running and swimming, but found I was suffering from frequent minor injuries which were preventing me from reaching my potential.
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British Wheel of Yoga Diploma and Pregnancy Module, Reflexology MAR (Member of the Association of Reflexologists), and SRN nurse with Midwifery and Alzheimer's experience. Anne trained as a nurse atAddenbrookes in Cambridge, has been a British Wheel of Yoga teacher for a number of years and is a qualified reflexologist.
I started my yoga practice in 2000, mainly as a form of exercise, but soon found that yoga had many additional benefits, particularly as a way of stilling my constantly chattering mind and as an aidto relaxation. Over the years I have tried many forms of yoga (including Hatha, Iyengar, Astanga, Dynamic Flow, Sivananda). In 2009, I started teacher training with Triyoga, to deepen my practice and understanding of yoga, under the tutelage of Anna Ashby and Joey Miles.
Phoenix Yoga has a great passion for spreading the word of Yoga to all abilities. Through your personal Yoga practice you will find a sense of achievement in taking steps to reach your goals, learningto appreciate yourself, gain greater strength and flexibility, no matter your age or size.
I am an ex-Police officer and was one of the first officers on scene during the London riots. My Police patrol vehicle was set on fire and I witnessed the raw negative side of human nature, my ownlife was at risk. This experience lay heavy on my heart and caused me to feel hurt. My dedication to my practice and stepping onto my mat daily, not always for asana, sometimes I would just sit or meditate was what got me through my heartache.
Karmic Living is run by Yoga Teacher and Creative Coach, Caroline Wilson based in Welwyn Garden City. Caroline has trained with the Yoga for Health Foundation, Future Fit Training and the YMCA.Caroline is a member of the Register of Exercise Professionals, the Yoga for Health and Education Trust.
Set up in 2000 by Guru Ram Kaur this private centre is dedicated to healing at all levels, consistent with the teachings of Yogi Bhajan, Master of Kundalini Yoga. In addition to weekly Kundalini Yogaclasses (group and private), the centre offers a variety of therapeutic practices which include: physical body work - posture, movement, massage and pelvic correction - Meditation and Gong Healing evenings - Workshops and other special events.
A range of classes suitable for ALL levels, taught by Rhyanne Hall, a fully qualified yoga teacher and dancer. Whether your aim is to improve physical health (lose weight, build strength andflexibility) or like so many of us you want to learn how to relax and be more present, these classes take a fully holistic approach focusing on all aspects of the body and mind. The term 'Living Yoga' refers to the act of taking what you have learned on the mat, out into the world with you.