Sivananda, Restorative, Seated Therapy, and Classical Hatha Yoga

I have been teaching and practising Yoga for ten years and offer yoga classes to both children and adults. I trained initially at the Sivananada Ashram in Kerala, South India in 2002 and later with FRYOG International and Yoga Bugs in Berkshire and London.

I deliver a combination of restorative yoga and vinyasa flow. My Sivananda and classical yoga influences and background, are embedded in my class teachings.  I also provide seated yoga classes and Yoga Nidra.

I currently teach private yoga classes and to to over fifties, in partners with Age UK .  I also teach at NHS  and to children and teenagers or teaching staff,  in schools.  I  teach corporate classes or at hotels, by arrangement. Alongside this, I deliver classes in health clubs and at community centres and as part of  adult learning, skills for life.  I provide classes for children and families at after school clubs, on request.

My schooling and teaching of traditional hatha yoga influences were founded in the East, which since has been developed and adapted for a more westernised approach. My inspirations are drawn from people and places with continued practices in hatha yoga and various other related styles with fellow or more senior yoga practitioners.  I enjoy the readings of ancient and modern texts and often feel motivated and encouraged by my students and by attending yoga functions and events.

I also offer Yoga Parties and Events  and one to one tuition, by arrangement, which may be tailored to individual needs or therapy.

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Sivananda Diploma , City and Guilds Teaching Adults,  Fryog International Diploma, Yoga Bugs Certifcate

  "I am enjoying this course.  Thank you.  It feels very therapeutic." (June 2012)

"I enjoyed the class and slept really well. I felt totally rejuvenated!" (May 2012)

"I can vouch for Tracy. I have recently attended her classes in a beautiful victorian restoration park where her great and  gentle teachings leads you to a point of calm and relaxation" (Student at Herschel Park, July 2011).