About Yoga

By practicing Yoga you can enhance your physical well-being, mental peace, harmony, moral elevation and become spiritually uplifted.

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Some students who first come to yoga may feel disconnected from their body and sense a lack of coordination and flexibility. It can be difficult to follow instructions in a group class or perhaps the exercises are not suited for your body. With a Yoga Ayurveda Therapy program designed specifically for the individual needs and one-on-one coaching,  in time the bridge between the mind and body is connected.

Yoga is a personal journey of the body and mind that requires detail, and patience. By witnessing, surrendering and encouraging the body-mind begins to open.

Using the breath as the tool students begin to release and let go of the muscular tension that has acted as a protective armour for all of their lives.  With a softening of the body armour, they automatically access the clarity of their hearts and daily interaction with the world becomes healthier and more enriched.


As students regularly practice their Yoga Ayurveda Therapy program in the comforts of their home, at their own pace, they soon realise the benefits of having the tools to balance their health and wellbeing.




3 Replies to “Yoga”

  1. If I hadn’t experienced for myself what you have written so beautifully about I probably would be sceptical. But my experience of using the yoga postures and breathing has been sooooooooooo good for me. I promised I would do my practice everyday which I did for 2 weeks, and not for a week, due to a change in routine and not taking my yoga mat with me. Not doing it for a week has clearly shown me how much I need the practise for my physical and emotional wellbeing. I am forever humbled by Zoe’s skill and care in guiding me in my practise and am on my mat again! But really i will breathe well wherever I go now I am becoming more aware.

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