healthy body mechanics

My focus is on an awareness and sensation of breath. Developing healthy body mechanics, alignment and vitality through movement.

Where you can find me

Tuesday 12.30pm-1.30pm @ Walcot House Bath – Website
Wednesday 5-6pm @ Yoga Bodhi Bath – Website
Friday 9.30am-10.45am @ Yoga Bodhi Bath  – Website

Goodvibes 200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training – Website
Calm Yoga 200hrs TT in Burton on Trent – Website

“Holly exudes warmth and vitality, her classes are mindful, fun and inclusive”

Catherine Salt – Student

Holly uses her knowledge and keen eye to adapt each pose according to individual needs, facilitating personal growth and inner confidence.

Bespoke Sessions

One to one sessions leave you feeling more empowered to take care of yourself and able to step into whatever is calling you next. With years of experience Holly can tailor the practice to help you achieve your goals. Whether it be a strong flowing practice or a calm restorative session, Yoga is a practice to balance and align body and mind.

60 or 90 minute sessions for individuals can include

  • Mentoring for teacher training
  • Develop your personal practice (yoga, pranayama and meditation)
  • Yoga therapeutics, addressing specific needs, illness, injuries, pain, recovery with back, ankle, knee, wrists
  • Stress and anxiety, life transition, emotional support
  • Gentle yoga for those in the later years of life who want to find freedom in the spine, find ease in the hips and require postural support
  • Exploration of the classical Ashtanga sequence, mysore adjustments.
  • Meditation & Mindfulness
  • Session notes to progressively build on your practice.

Mindfulness Sessions

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Guided audio relaxations

meditation

Perfect for those new to meditation

inner-resource

Take time to tune into your inner resource

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A variety of sessions to suit the mood

Cultivating mindfulness of the body increases our familiarity with our bodies and with how the body responds to our inner and outer lives, to our thoughts and emotions, and to events around us”

Michael Stone