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ABOUT SARVANGA YOGA

 

The Sanskrit word Sarvanga is made up of two parts "Sarva" meaning all or whole and "Anga" meaning limbs or body. Altogether it can be taken to mean All Limbs or Whole Body and reflects the holistic nature of yoga and the ethos of the studio.

Yoga works in so many ways for so many people that we at Sarvanga feel it is a self-treatment that we should all have the chance to learn.  It is something we can grab with both hands and adapt throughout our lives.  Yoga changes with us and enables us to change for the better.  To know ourselves better enables us to take control, to improve, to treat ourselves well.  We do not need to master yoga to enjoy the rewards, we need only open ourselves to exploring it.

At Sarvanga Yoga we are always working to create and maintain a safe space which allows for the deeply personal journey of a yoga practice to be guided with care to the student, community and with respect to the ancient linage of that which is yoga.

This is a place for learning and for personal and spiritual development, and the teachers and practioners we ask to join us in working from this space are committed to maintaining this for you.

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THE STUDIO TEAM

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REBECCA

Studio Founder, Senior Yoga & Meditation Teacher

As a teacher passionate about honouring yoga as a wider practice beyond asana (posture) Rebecca's love is for helping people find peace and strength through movement, meditation, and yogic philosphy.

With a foundation in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga and training in India and the UK Rebecca is dedicated to studying and leading yoga as a spiritual and philosophical path. Rebecca specialises in vinyasa, pranayama, meditation, yoga nidra and yoga-beyond-the-mat.

Rebecca began teaching yoga in 2014, opened her first studio in 2017 and in 2019 expanded and invited talented local teachers to join her in teaching at the studio. She is currently teaching a little less than she used to, to focus on her young family and running the studio behind the scenes.

Abi

Yoga Teacher & Studio Assistant

A former dancer, Abi puts her heart and soul into her fun, dynamic class sequencing.  Drawing on her own experiences with the power yoga, Abi strives to give students the knowledge to move with intention, focus on the breath and gt the most out of their practice.

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Amrit

Yoga Teacher

more soon!

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Ewa

Yoga Teacher

more soon!

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Hollyanna

Yoga teacher & holistic therapist

more soon!

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Karen

Senior Yoga Teacher

Karen is a master yoga teacher with a depth of knowledge and understanding born of years of experience. Karens classes are traditional and calming with an emphasis on good posture and alignment.

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Kathryn

Yoga Teacher & Personal Trainer

A firm believer that mental health & strength are just as important as the physical, Kathryn grew up as a dancer before finding yoga. She began teaching yoga to children, teens and families; before training to teach vinyasa yoga  with the intention of helping others reach their full mental & physical potential.

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Coming Soon!

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Monica

Qigong teacher & Sound Therapist

A master gong practitioner and qigong teacher, Monica is also a reiki healer, tibetan and crystal singing bowl practitioner and a shamanic drummer. Her passion for sound and energy healing, warm and welcoming aura and gracious nature make her classes and ceremonies a joy to attend.

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Nikita

Yoga teacher

more soon!

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Prudence

Yoga teacher

more soon!

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Wendy

Yoga Teacher, Pre & Postnatal Teacher

With 20 years of practice and over 7 years teaching experience, Wendy is qualified in a range of yoga disciplines and specialises in pre and postnatal yoga, baby yoga and baby massage. Wendy's classes offer a warm, welcoming  and inclusive space for all, allowing her depth of knowledge and sincerity of practice to shine.

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Sean

Yoga teacher

more soon!

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"Good for the body is the work of the body,

good for the soul the work of the soul,

and good for either the work of the other."

Henry David Thoreau

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