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Yoga & Meditation for Wellbeing, Freedom & Community

Yoga creates the space that allows us to be all that we can be.

I teach Yoga for health, healing, personal transformation and empowerment. A Yoga practice can maintain good health. It can be used therapeutically to support the recovery and management of illness, injuries and disability.

Applied intelligently yoga practices can support us to be all we can be, in whatever circumstances we find ourselves.

Yoga teaching & classes Aberdeen and Shire.  I offer a range of options including group classes; private sessions in your own home; more in depth workshops and retreats allowing you to get away for a while, recharge and deepen your experience.  I also run programmes for organisations and closed client groups.

Please take a look through the site to find something that suits you. It should answer most of your questions but please contact me if you’d like to know anything else.

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Yoga teaching & classes Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire.  For health and healing and personal transformation, I offer a range of options – drop-in and programmes for groups or individuals – to suit.

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Yoga can provide tools and guidance for recovering and maintaining both physical and spiritual health.  I teach Yoga for health and healing.

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In addition to classes, one-to-one sessions and workshops I offer various yoga events, retreats and programmes.

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Latest News

Robert Burns Day & Scottish Yogis

Since Yoga means the state of connection rather than the way in which we practice getting there, we can say there are and have been many many many Scottish Yogis!

Today is Robert Burns Day.  And Robert Burns was of course a Yogi! Poetry being a beautiful practice of presence and appreciation and connection with our experience.  Many a folk tonight and this week will be honouring the poet’s recognition and celebration of the unity of experience in our world expressed towards the ‘wee sleekit, tim’rous’ mouse he encountered.  Contemporary neuroscience is developing an extensive range of evidence that supports traditional Yoga and Buddhist practices of body, breath awareness and of cultivating compassion as a way overcoming the collapse of our heart and brain and dissociate from the experience of self and other so that we may better support wellbeing in our world.

Another Scottish Yogi is expressing his beautiful connected condition through Yoga asana in beautiful Scottish locations. A lot to …. appreciate here! Kilted Yoga!

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