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Yoga Citta Vritti Nirodhah - Yoga is the stilling of the mind Patanjali Yoga Sutras 1.12

 

Fiona discovered yoga fifteen years ago after searching for a way to ease  physical pain and discomfort brought on by intense sport and running.

“After trying a few diffierent styles it wasn’t until the first Ashtanga class that I fell in love with yoga. I thought I was strong but the strength and control the students in this class displayed was incredible. I really struggled with many of the postures and thought that I couldn’t “do” yoga.

I stuck with it and continued to be the stiffest person in class! Soon I began to understand that my negative thought patterns were having a major effect on my physical health.  “samskaras” or karmic pain in the body is often a result of toxic thoughts in the mind.

This was a revelation to me and had a profound impact on my life and my yoga practice.”

Fiona Young

Fiona Young

About Fiona

I completed my teacher training with Brian Cooper in 2010. I am indebted to Brian for his dedication and passion for teaching authentic yoga. I continue to study  at KPJAYI in Mysore, the home of Ashtanga Yoga. It’s important to me that I learn from the source and to keep the tradition of Ashtanga alive. I am lucky enough to have practiced Ashtanga with respected teachers such as John Scott, Gingi Lee, David Williams, Kino Macgregor and Peter Sanson of whom I am humbled to have witnessed their dedication to teaching. I am also trained to teach Teen Yoga. Teaching young adults is incredibly rewarding. Yoga is an ancient practice but it is more relevant now than ever and should be taught in every school. Ashtanga is a strong physical practice and my Anatomy study through ITEC and Thomas Myers Anatomy Trains has proved invaluable. I teach with compassion and respect for each individual’s needs but I always encourage people to work beyond the limitations of their mind.

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  • NEW Ashtanga Workshop.2-4PM Sunday 14th November at Zen House Beaconsfield. £35 if booked before October 12th,  £40 thereafter.  Contact me to book.This is open to Ashtanga students and Yoga Teachers(Teachers can collect Yoga Alliance CPD points)...

  • 11AM-12:15PM When a PT, yoga teacher or fitness instructor asks you to engage your core can you actually do this?  What does even it mean? For many people it means bracing their rectus abdominis or six- pack muscle. But the core comprises 35 muscles! In......

  • Due to the current pandemic all classes will be held online via Zoom. Zoom is free for you to download and all class fees have been reduced. As usual I am limiting  class numbers to small groups or private lessons to ensure everyone gets the......

  • Combining my two great loves, and maybe yours too…Ashtanga Yoga and Food!! The yoga will be provided by me and the food by Meera’s Made From Scratch. Check out Meera’s website https://www.meerabhogal.com/events/ and follow Meera on Instagram and FB @meerabhogal. When we do something consistently......

  • Ashtanga is for young people …I hear this a lot…it’s not for beginners, it’s too difficult.. Yes, it is difficult but anything worth doing doesn’t come easily. I teach all ages from 11 year olds to 70 year olds, from ex gymnasts, people with limited......

  • Ashtanga Yoga Retreat in Suffolk May 17th until May 20th, 2018. I’m so excited to announce my first UK yoga retreat! I hope you can join us for what promises to be an epic weekend! Held in a beautifully converted farmhouse in the Suffolk countryside the......

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