The continuous demands of life can leave little room for acknowledging and fully releasing emotions. The end result can be unexplainable back, neck and shoulder pains, headaches, low mood and a short fuse.

The good news is that benefits of yoga can be received by everyone, no matter how flexible you are, how fit you are or how old you are.

Yoga postures are a great way to tone and strengthen your muscles. Consistent practice does wonders for your body, especially for those of us who spend hours hitting at a desk. The physical postures can also help prevent ailments in our bodies that tend to creep up as we age, in addition to helping with a wide range of issues from digestion to menstrual cramps.

Practising yoga helps clear the mind of clutter and refocus on what matters most. Yoga builds space in the mind to be patient, gracious and the person you truly want to be.

Yoga teaches patience, for sure, but it is also progressive and in time your body will not only strengthen and tone but will free up and naturally become more supple when you stop resisting.

“As a previous yoga sceptic, I am pleasantly surprised about how good Gemma’s Friday morning yoga flow class is. It’s such a friendly class that’s as suitable for beginners, like me, as it is for seasoned yoga pros. A happy mix of relaxation and work out that really energises you and sets you up for the day. And your muscles know about it the next day, so it’s doing me some good! Join if you want to improve your strength, flexibility and general fitness.”

Angie F.

I seek to help others thrive in life by nurturing body, mind and soul with yoga. By the end of the session you will feel stronger, more energised and ready to take on the day ahead.