What is it?

An integral style of restorative Yoga with focus on techniques from Dr.Tomas Hana Somatics.

We look at the structural changes from one movement to another, exploring methods to re-train the brain’s patterns to form new, more economical ways of moving and healing the body.

Who can come?

These sessions are a response to those who come, and will have some familiar postures, and sequences, but also delving deeply into variations of our familiar postures to reveal further secrets from within, testing not just our assumptions but our awareness of our bodies as we move.


With a strong emphasis on guiding movement with the force of the breath,
This is an opportunity to really enjoy and learn the delights of simple and profound movements, new ideas around movement, led with strong, clear guidance & encouragement.

What to wear or bring?

Loose natural fibres, a layer of warmth for relaxation, and preferably your own mat if you have one. We do have a couple of clean spare mats, but is more hygienic to bring yours.

I will bring some props, but if you know you need extra support ( -like a block) please bring your own.

How do I book?

Get in touch with me directly, or after a class if you know you’d like to book a few sessions at a time, or if you’d like to try out one session, drop in to see how you get on.

Those who have a rolling class card, there is a paypal link on the front page to automatically top up your bank of classes.

““Trayam Ekatra Samyamah”  The practice of the three ( Dharana, Dhyana, & Samadi) upon one object is Samyama

From this practice come the sidhis. You dive deeply into an object or idea, and it releases its secrets” 

Source: The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali.

Sri Swami Satchidananda

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