“Teach me the art of creating islands of stillness, in which I can absorb the beauty of everyday things: clouds, trees, a snatch of music...” ~ Marion Stroud
Namaste and wishing you are very warm welcome. I really hope you find something of interest throughout these pages, do have a good browse, if you need any help, please get in touch.
I love the quote above and hopefully on this epic bike ride (well, it is for me!) I am about to go, I do hope there will be some of these quiet still moments. I am really excited about the ride, seeing the countryside, learning new things and being with completely different people to normal. It’s going to be fun.
Due to the ride there are no classes 13th to 19th September … back to normal on 20th Sept.
A massive thank you for all the support you have given me in trying to raise funds for Nepal, and sponsoring me for the ride…it is going really really well. If you want to support me or share with friends and family this is the link to use, as I have set up a gofundme page.
I’ve recently finalised the up coming masterclasses, as tis the season for those…so do have a look on the masterclass page.
The next Yoga Walk will be 16th October…just happens to be Nicks birthday too!! Let me know if you want to join in…am planning a route from Elton or Winster, staking in Robin Hood Stride. So there will be a couple of hills but we will be going slowly…I will at least!
All class details can be found HERE. and I really hope you can join me. Please feel free to share my details with friends and family as I would love new people to come along if they are thinking of trying yoga.
If you have never been to one of my classes before, please complete the Oakwood Yoga Health Form GDPRBWY and EMAIL it to me prior to joining a class. When I receive it I will send you the payment methods…please pay prior to class. If you are a new student we also need to arrange a 15 min call. If you are unable to pay that is fine…just let me know.
Yoga for Those Living with Cancer
When I was about to complete my training with the British Wheel of Yoga, I was allowed to join a course that was specifically to teach yoga to people living with cancer. It was a really in-depth course run by Julie Friedeberger, who herself had had breast cancer. She taught us so much and I have been fortunate enough to share the learnings with so many groups since then.
If you are someone that is in this situation, please do get in touch as there is so much I can share with you. You will be able to come to a regular class or I can work 1:1 with you if that is preferred. Yoga is hugely beneficial in so many ways. As a dear friend said once to me…’my regular weekly yoga practice helps me reconnect to my body’…she found that she was angry with her body for putting her through the trauma of having cancer. She is great now. If you would like to have a chat about how yoga can help then please do get in touch.
Chair Yoga Class
This class is suitable for anyone who wishes a more gentle, theraputic yoga class. It is a mixed class, suitable to the beginner, those with cancer, ME, MS, fibromyalgia, arthritis… Yoga is available to us all, no matter what our level of ability or health condition. There is something for everyone.
The emphasis of our work together, is on gentle but strengthening movements, simple breathing techniques, visualisations, meditation and relaxation practices, including Yoga Nidra. If you wish to attend, or if you know of anyone that may be interested in coming along, please contact me for details.
Restorative Yoga for Everyone
I get many enquiries from people wanting to come to a yoga class, but feeling a little unsure if yoga is the right thing for them and if my classes are suitable.
Yoga is beneficial to everyone…no matter what age you are or what your physical ability is. If you are breathing you can do yoga! It really is that basic! My classes are inclusive to all; there are no expectations other than you taking what you need at that very moment and enjoying it. Our work is balanced; making the connection between mind and body.
I provide a safe environment where everyone is supported.