Yoga is for everyone, regardless of age, ability, gender, ethnic origin and background. While it originated in India, yoga is a universal path, open to all.
Yoga creates freedom and awareness, not just physically but deep within. In Light on Life, BKS Iyengar states, “Yoga allows you to find a new kind of freedom that you may not have known even existed”.
Through the practice of yoga poses (asanas) we gain flexibility, strength, stability, stamina and with that confidence and a quieter mind, an inner stillness.
I have been practising Iyengar yoga since the early nineties and teaching since 2009, now a Level 3 teacher (Intermediate Junior Level 3) and enjoy teaching a variety of classes in Ealing and West Kensington, which include asanas and pranayama (breath control).
I also teach children’s classes: teenagers classes at the local community centre, online and at triyoga Ealing again from May as well online on a national level under an Iyengar Yoga (UK) initiative which was launched in February 2021. During term time I teach children aged 7 – 11 in a local primary school.