A perennial philosophy

Yoga is a way of life. It is not just a weekly class, it is a perennial philosophy. Being a yoga teacher is who I am, and the best of who I am sits on the yoga mat. Dedicating a yoga practice to someone has a profound effect. I believe in the power of thought and we have seen the results of this time and time again. My early Monday class could all tell you stories of poorly premature babies who suddenly pulled through after the yoga class; and depressed folk suddenly finding a reason to live; and those fighting their passing suddenly relaxing and surrendering gracefully, peacefully, to their death. Students from the classes report feeling ‘sudden warmth or lightness’ when we send them healing. There is so much more to this practise of yoga than meets the eye, there is a little magic attached to it. Each student finds their way to absolutely the right class for them at that time. The class which will help them grow and progress along their path…

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