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The Bohemian

yoga and holistic therapy


I teach Hatha, Vinyasa & Yin, Yoga Nidra and Meditation

Current 2022 Schedule


10:30 :: Shifnal Youth Club - contact me to book

19:30 :: The Circle at HLC*


10:30 :: 24/7 Fitness**

18:00 :: Anytime Fitness***

19:15 :: The Circle at HLC*


18:30 :: Silver Threads Hall - contact me to book

20:00 :: 24/7 Fitness**


10:30 :: 24/7 Fitness**


09:00 :: The Circle at HLC*


*book direct with Circle: 01952 388470

**members only ~ day passes available:

***45 mins - members only

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One-to-One and Workplace Yoga

I welcome one-to-one yoga students. 

These sessions are tailored to your individual needs and goals and are perfect if you have a desire to take your yoga practice to a deeper level.


I also offer Workplace Yoga sessions at a time to suit you and your employees. 

Yoga in the workplace is becoming increasingly recognised as a wonderful way to improve employee wellbeing, reduce stress and increase productivity.

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hatha yoga

Hatha Yoga is the most widely-known form of yoga in the West and for many people is their first enquiry into yoga. This style combines controlled movements, repeated sequences and static postures called "asanas" in order to combine the use of breath with the movement of the body. This practice leads to increased strength and flexibility of both body and mind. As well as reducing stress, this exploration gives an increased awareness of the physical body and allows you to cultivate a new relationship with yourself through movement and breath work. You might call it a "moving meditation".

vinyasa yoga

Vinyasa Yoga is a dynamic practice with an emphasis on strong, flowing sequences and often challenging combinations of postures. This style of yoga can vary in pace, ranging from "slow flow" up to an almost athletic speed and is wonderful to build up cardio-vascular health and muscular strength. Vinyasa is dependent upon control of the breath - usually moving from one posture to the next with each breath - in order to manage the flow and sustain extended periods of movement. It can be very demanding on the body and mind but is great for improving focus and resilience as well as being lots of fun!

yoga nidra

Yoga Nidra is an experience of deep relaxation where you are able to surf the subtle place between waking and sleeping - a place where the mind is more accepting of healing and restfulness... the practice of Yoga Nidra can be a game changer in terms of reducing stress and can help ease anxiety as well as being a time for you to simply reset and recharge your busy mind. Yoga Nidra is a simple practice that requires no physical abilities and can be done anywhere at any time of day.

yin yoga

Yin Yoga is a practice of contemplation and patience. By fusing yogic principles with ideas from Traditional Chinese Medicine, we can stimulate the energy channels (Meridians) and increase the flow of Chi, thereby increasing overall health of the internal organs. This practice of holding postures for longer periods targets the deep connective tissues of the body to promote increased flexibility as well as tissue health. At the same time, we are making improvements to our mental health by focusing on breath and body rather than stress and worry. 

All of these yoga styles are suitable for all levels of experience

...Beginners are most welcome to all my sessions as well as experienced practitioners...

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