Healing as ‘not the seeking of relief; [as] the slow and gentle process of learning a new way of relating to that which causes us pain, fear and suffering.’
I am offering Yoga & Movement Therapy sessions from a beautiful studio space in Harbertonford. The setting is tranquil, private and surrounded by birdsong and the sound of the babbling brook close by.
Yoga and Movement Therapy (YMT) integrates the principles of gentle yoga and somatic movement to meet you where you are on your healing journey.
My approach is rooted in a spirit of enquiry and exploration into the living experience of the body as it emerges. We tend to the present felt sense, developing and anchoring in inner resources and connecting with the body’s innate intelligence for self regulation and healing. I support clients to gently reconnect and develop a healthy relationship with their bodies and the environment they inhabit. I offer gentle, simple techniques that can support healing.
Depending on your needs, a session may be focused towards gentle yoga practice, which includes attention with the breath, simple movements and mindfulness, or somatic movement which may involve a more creative approach. Sessions may include a combination of both. For somatic work, I draw heavily on the principles of Authentic Movement as well as the work of Miranda Tufnell, Emily Conrad as well as my studies in embodied anatomy.
I am motivated to share simple and effective tools that allow you to safely return to and inhabit your body with a greater sense of presence, resource and self agency, supporting you to validate the living wisdom of your body and live with greater ease.
I am a qualified and experienced yoga therapist, specialising in Yoga Therapy for mental health and wellbeing, as well as for women’s health. I also hold a P.G. Diploma in Dance and Somatic Wellbeing.
Please visit my profile for further information on my trainings and CPD.
My clinic days are Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings.
- First session: £60 (75 minutes)
- Subsequent sessions: £45 (60 minutes)