I have been practicing yoga for over 20 years. I’ve completed a 200 hours yoga teacher training course and started teaching in April 2018.
I worked as a GP for over 25 years. This made me aware that there are ways of helping people other than offering them tablets.
Indeed I started practicing yoga to help with my own posture and low back pain. Which it did!
Yoga’s emphasis on breath, movement and focus can help people by promoting a feeling of well being and also helps with low back pain and insomnia.
What People Say
“Not only have I found them hugely beneficial, but I’ve also thoroughly enjoyed each and every one and have always left feeling far more ‘zen’ than when I arrived!”Francesca
“Penny is fantastic at thoroughly explaining how the yoga poses work with anatomical and physiological benefits. Every lesson is different with all levels of challenges and I always leave feeling I have improved my flexibility, strength and balance.”Ruth
“Penny’s yoga courses have become vital to our wellbeing she has guided my wife and I safely through the aspects of yoga which are appropriate to us. This has helped maintain core strength, agility, flexibility as well as sorting out long term stiffness and aches and pains. I would highly recommend Penny’s classes to every standard but especially if you are a reluctant beginner like us,12 months ago.Chris Mitchell
“Penny inspires and challenges us all. Her classes are fun, relaxed and full of wonderful teaching. I leave each week feeling refreshed and energised. It is the highlight of my Monday!”Elaine Wright