Two Birds Yoga is the banner under which I teach group classes, individuals, day or weekend seminars and Vedic chanting and offer mentoring to other teachers. Many of my offerings are now available on Zoom as well as or instead of face-to-face. For the last 35 years, what I've been offering is a thoughtful approach, centred on breathwork and something called Bhavana. This means using close attention with a little imagination to become gradually more sensitive to how your body and breath are working, moving and feeling.
My students have reported how this approach has helped them with issues ranging from asthma or depression to smoking or back pain from weightlifting.
Please browse through my pages which cover all the aspects of Yoga which I'm currently teaching - Yoga is many-faceted so I hope you find something for you. If you are hesitant, please be assured that Yoga is for everyone alive today. Yoga is no longer the preserve of either the skinny, male ascetic or the equally slim, bendy female - though you both are still welcome! For most of us Yoga works initially through a combination of bodywork, breathwork and attention - i.e., mindfulness. Yoga builds gradually from simple, accessible beginnings, establishing secure and beneficial proficiency before moving on.
I also offer group classes, chanting lessons and events such as day and weekend seminars and retreats - please see relevant pages.
I also come under the banner of the Society of Yoga Practitioners; we all offer individual teaching and therapy and some of my colleagues in TSYP offer foundation courses to take your interest in Yoga further and possibly lead to the training necessary to become a Yoga Teacher or registered Yoga Therapist.
The term 'rat-race' was coined long before we had smartphones and social media, but has even more meaning today when we're at risk of becoming rats in a worldwide laboratory, monitored and manipulated by the IT giants. So learn to control your own mind rather than let others do it for you. Join a yoga class, put your phone on silent and make friends with your breath.
Last Updated: 26 September 2022