My main aim in the teaching
of yoga asana is to facilitate growth by dropping any expectations to the outcome.
Accepting our selves in this moment is our greatest gift to ourselves, and a profound vehicle for true transformation
use the ashtanga system as a framework to introduce alignment and body awareness, working on building a strong foundation by literally finding our feet and
connection with the earth. Strength comes from working from the groundwork up and
can result in a connected and healing experience.
Whether new to Yoga, or at a level of maturity in Yoga practice; at a certain point, gaining some individual
attention, especially if injuries are present will provide the answer to many questions. Popping into general classes can be fun, but it's important to have some focus periods with a teacher in order to delve deeper...
Focussed groups, retreats, workshops, ongoing courses, or
Mysore self practice classes enable individual
instruction, for more guidance tailored to suit you,
while progressively building on what you learn, for a deeper, richer more integrated experience. One that can be sustained over a lifetime, or longer…