Tranquility

dive deep into the pool of your own self, and discover that dynamic stillness is not a contradiction; it is your very nature...

Tranquility

During my time as a yoga teacher I have noticed increasing numbers of people attending classes, not to master a perfect headstand, or learn how to get their foot behind their ear (thank goodness!)  but simply seeking harmony and peace.  My regular yoga classes are longer than most.  When I realised how much meditations and relaxations were appreciated, I decided to give extra time to these.  I aim to give my clients the maximum opportunity to leave my classes not just experiencing bodily wellbeing, but feeling tranquil to the very core.  And in a frantic, frenetic, modern world, this need to find peace is what lead me to develop "Tranquility".

Using a combination of hatha yoga, simple ayurvedic routines and meditative practices, "Tranquility" explores what it means to be in stillness yet engaged with the world, to live with vibrant energy yet remain rooted within the self, and to face the challenges of life with poise and grace.

In all its multifarious splendour yoga is both a physical practice, and an experiential reality of harmony and wholeness.  The experience inevitably flows from the practice and oneness inevitably begins with a feeling of being at peace within ourselves.  When we have too much going on in our lives, our bodies and our minds, it is easy to find ourselves off course and feeling scattered. It then becomes more difficult to access the creative potential and intuitive capacity that is inherent in each and every one of us, and we can find ourselves on a downward spiral of stress and imbalance. "Tranquility" is designed to help you explore, develop and heal the relationship you have with yourself and to connect with your own power.   It is also my mission to give you practical tools for gaining and maintaining equilibrium.

Tranquility is all about yoga, ayurveda, self discovery and empowerment.  I invite you to join me, for an evening or a weekend, to dive deep into the pool of your own self, and discover that dynamic stillness is not a contradiction; it is your very nature...

Tranquility evenings and weekends are women only.