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flowing yoga/ mother and baby yoga

Falmouth, Cornwall
Phone: 447980254089
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I teach a style of Hatha yoga which is inspired by Anusara yoga, undergoing intense trainings with the uks leading Anusara teacher Bridget Woods-Kramer, teacher training with the founder of Anusara John Friend and phylosophy with Carlos Pomeda. Anusara translates to ‘ flowing with grace’ A heartfelt practice always recognizing that innate goodness within, encouraging students to shine bright from inside out.

Yoga is where we experience the union of mind, body and spirit: it is exercise for both the body and the soul, where it is possible to find strength, calm and an awareness of new found positivity in our busy world, In my own life, yoga has provided an endless source of inspiration, and through 12 years of practice and teaching , helps me to lead a more harmonious life. I began teaching to spread the love and to help others feel the power of yoga, and to begin their own journeys in to this wonderful practice and lifestyle.

The yoga asanas/poses improve flexibility, strengthens and tones the body and helps us to change postural habits of a lifetime which, if ignored can create imbalance on the body. When practiced often, our practice helps to calm and quiten the mind and to lead a more positive and harmonious life.

I also teach Mother and baby yoga in Falmouth on Thursdays. Visit website for information.

Opening Times

Opening Times: Monday 6.30-8
Tuesday 6-7.30
Tuesday mother and baby yoga 10.30-11.30

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: Monday- Ponsanooth village hall with parking
Tuesday- Porthtowan village hall with parking
Tuesday waterside building, penryn


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