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It has been a big step to create a course that will feed and help mature the seeking yogi's mind and spirit, but we felt that there was a space for a teacher training programme that allows for an in-depth exploration of the spirit, the subtle philosophies of yoga and others, and a more comprehensive coverage of the practical side of teaching yoga to ourselves and others.

It is with this open approach, that we want to create a yoga community that will help to shape this learning environment into an amazing opportunity to explore the connections of mind, body and soul. The practice of teaching and
learning has always been one of the most rewarding journeys I have found in my life. So if you are interested in joining me and others on this path, please let us know.

Private yoga sessions offer a chance to ask questions, learn postures and receive personalized alignment instructions.

It can give a clear introduction to the fundamentals of yoga and teach ways to modify poses based on therapeutic needs from injuries or illnesses.

You have the instructor's undivided attention and assistance as you explore more advanced postures, learning to overcome any fears or blocks, and to allow yourself to deepen your practice in a way that would not be possible in a public class.

Why do 1-2-1 sessions?


· Yin: A slow and complete practice of long holds and meditation
Vinyasa: Flowing practice moving with breath and music in evolving sequences.
Foundation: The fundamentals of posture, alignment, breath and philosophy
Master: Explore specific areas of interest and more complex asanas
Therapeutic: Use your yoga to help heal or manager injuries.
Partner: Learn to practice, play, relax and connect.
Prenatal/post: Specific poses for your changing body

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For more information on our next start please call 0789 458 8002 or email

Nova is a senior Yoga Alliance teacher with many

years of experience Vinyasa, Anusara, Jivamukti, Yin, Iyengar, Ashtanga & Kundalini.

She has studied Akhanda extensively in India with Yogi Vishvketu, of the World Yoga Family in Rishikesh.

Her advanced studies include training with many prominent

teachers such as  John Friend (Anusara), Mark Halpen (Ayurvedic Yogic Therapy), Edward Clark (Tripsicore), Jason (Arco yoga) , Shiva Rea (Prana Vinyasa Flow), Paul Grilly, Sarah Powers and Bernie Clark (Yin), John Scott, Matthew Sweeney, Michael Gannon, David Swenson (2nd Series Ashtanga Teacher Training), Jo Manuel (special yoga for special children).

She has also completed a large number of intensives with

Jivamukti founders Sharon Gannon and David Life. Her classes

are led by her enthusiasm for Yoga and a deep understanding

of the human body. She has a deep interest to match Yoga

to the individual needs of students, drawing from the many styles to create original, thoughtful, and inspired practices.