Benefits of yoga

Yoga teaches us about who we are and how we constitute the ultimate proof of life lived in freedom.

It is through asana (posture) and Pranayama (breath work) – that we learn to listen to ourselves and we start the process of undoing.

To me yoga is a unique therapy where we have the opportunity to listen and communicate with the self and most of all we learn to be honest (Satya) and non harming (Ahimsa)

Benefits of Asana (posture)
The internal dance in the form of asana (posture) helps to keep the body strong,flexible and relaxed.Working with the postures helps to strengthen the nervous system, massages the internal organs , aids metabolic function, lymphatic and circulatory activity helping to improve conditions including constipation, water retention and digestive disorders.

Improves respiration, energy, and vitality. Promotes cardio and circulatory health.

Benefits Of Pranayama (breath)

Better functioning of autonomic system improves the working of lungs, heart, diaphragm, abdomen, intestines, kidneys and pancreas.

Digestive system improves and diseases pertaining to digestive organs are can be cured.

General irritability due to lethargy/fatigue vanishes.

With the practice of pranayama the internal organs receive more oxygen thereby helping to facilitate the removal of toxins from the body.

Benefits of our well-being

We become more focused and relaxed and therefore we are able to cope better with stressful situations. The mind becomes still and our intentions become clearer, encouraging positive thoughts and working towards self- acceptance.

Spiritual Benefits

The awareness of the “un-doing” between the mind,body and soul. Helps you live the concept of “oneness”.


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Prenatal Yoga

“The ancient self help system of yoga promotes mental and physical well- being and balance, which is vital during times of transition or uncertainty. Your experience of being pregnant and giving birth will involve great physical and emotional changes and knowing how to use and adapt yoga techniques to breathe, move and relax during this time will help you to lay deep foundations for decades of mothering.”

Francoise Freedman – Birthlight

As yoga increases your range of movement, the postures become fluid and enjoyable. You achieve a new grace, elegance and dignity.These movements helps your back and creates space for your baby. Learning about your posture and changes with your body

Your breath eases as you breathe for two, learning how to lengthen the exhalation. Mother’s breath is baby’s oxygen.This is a very important in your journey.

You tone and release your pelvic floor muscles to create the birthing passage.

Preparing yourself mentally with visualizations and teaching you to be present, along with relaxation techniques.

Pregnancy yoga is for mothers and babies together.

My classes are supportive with talks given by midwives, natal hypnotherapist, physiotherapist and nutritionist.


The change from being pregnant to having a baby to care for is enormous, the need of rest and adjustment is vital for you both, as you become attuned to your new life together. After giving birth, the spine needs to realign and the pelvic muscles need to be strengthened.

Simple yoga routines can help you gradually and safely recover your posture, your muscle tone and your strength within.