The Park, Findhorn
I provide movement classes, yoga therapy, and classes based in yoga’s eight limbs in a variety of contexts and as appropriate combine them with other somatic, dance and creative movement modalities. I have served in a wide variety of education and community settings here and abroad for over forty years, working with able-bodied people, those with physical and cognitive disabilities and ‘at risk’ populations.
Since returning to live in the Findhorn Ecovillage in 2018, I’ve worked with Findhorn College, Dance North and independently. I previously worked for the Findhorn Foundation from 1988-1995. I’ve facilitated many spiritual and personal development workshops that included meditation, guided imagery, movement and the arts here, across Scotland, and in the USA.
As a faculty member at Cabrillo College in Aptos, California 2003-18, I taught hatha yoga, mainstream dance classes, adaptive dance and a social emotional learning course for the ACE Program.
Online via ZOOM or Skype, or face to face in Sunshine Room or another booked local venue.
By arrangement – please contact me to schedule a time.
The first session is a thorough assessment that usually takes 75-90 minutes and includes recommendations for home practice. The sliding scale is £35-50. Follow up sessions are 60-75 minutes. The sliding scale is £35-45
Discounts are available for 5 session series and for the unwaged by agreement.
I offer yoga therapy and small group classes for able-bodied people and also those with conditions that limit their sense of wellbeing, both temporary and ongoing. This includes clients with conditions and illnesses such as osteoporosis, arthritis, cancer, depression, ALS, injuries, Parkinson’s and neurodevelopmental differences such as autism.
Yoga Therapy is a holistic and individualized application of the principles of the eight limbs of yoga to increase ease and reduce stress by integrating body, mind, emotions and purpose. Selected home practices are also offered to empower each client as they work toward their own personally identified goals.
A typical private/individual session may include some or all of the following:
During the first session, we’ll get to know each other. We’ll do a thorough, interactive assessment of your personal goals and needs, challenges and strengths . Follow on sessions will be carefully designed to support progress toward your own identified personal goals in an effective, step-by-step way that can lead to lasting change. This is a mutual process in which I explore with you and discover what approaches serve you best. You may only need a few sessions.