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As an athlete I was always looking for ways to tap in to the higher potential of the body and mind. This same curiosity led me to education in sports therapy, massage, personal training, psychology, and human behaviour. The more I learned, the more I wanted something bigger to bring all together. I was ready for change. I wasn’t sure what it was going to look like but I could feel that it was approaching.
Then along came yoga. I remember the exact class, day, and who I was with. That moment shifted my direction toward the full-on yoga life! I was struck by the flow of the asana practice; that it demanded strength, flexibility, awareness and balance all as one. Yoga had it all for me: the philosophy, an approach to life, and the awareness of my mind and self. Much gratitude to Sally Griffyn, Amy Rose & my teacher Meghan Currie for bringing me into this community.
Since that class, I’ve been in deep. I live yoga - so much so that it's inspired me to co-found Yoga Connects - a project that gathers and connects the wider yoga community both here in the UK and around the world. We held our first UK yoga festival in July 2015 - an incredible experience - and have some big plans for the future.
This class is comlimentary as always. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early as it's first come, first mat.
I'm Paula, a classically trained yoga teacher with a background in capoeira angola. My yoga journey began at the age of 14 when my sister took me to a local class, and at 18 I ventured to India to explore its traditional roots. I have since been practicing under the guidance of Nicole Arons of soma yoga for the past 10 years, and I was classically trained as a teacher in the Indian Himalayas by Ganga Devi of the Himalayan Yoga Institute.
My joyful approach to the practice integrates classical teachings into creative flow. Classes are challenging yet relaxing, and move slowly and consciously, allowing space for the practice to unravel with the breath. I like to explore unfolding into the practice without force, which enables strength to be found through softening, leaving us mentally and physically nourished. http://www.paulayoga.co.uk/
This event is complimentary as always. Please arrive 10-15 minutes early as it's first come, first mat.