Weekly Wednesdays Wellbeing
Wellbeing Check-In - Every Wednesday
Currently online - Every Wednesday - 12pm (GMT)
Let's create some space in our minds and bodies.
Join me as I break down breathing exercises,
meditation and asanas (postures), developing understanding,
focussing on alignment and building confidence and flow.
Mama 'Me Time' Course
Rest, recharge & get a much-deserved boost!
4 week online course starting Thursday 8th April
*SUPER MAMAS* - May is your month!
Create time to connect with yourself + other wonder women and give yourself some much-deserved self-love.
The sessions will include breathing exercises, meditation, asanas (postures) and some self-massage.
Private sessions available in person or online
Needing a little motivation, or just not sure what
you really need? Get in touch with me for a free consultation. We can work together to design a yoga practice tailored to your needs.
"Such playful, authentic teaching.
Vero brings fresh air into my yoga practice and a clarity of execution I've not found elsewhere."
- Yoga student
I began a regular yoga practice in 2015, following a serious injury. Being forced to stop my high-energy dance practice,
I had a realisation that my body was carrying a lot of stress, built up from work and life. My sister recommended that I try
a 30 day yoga challenge. Creating time to slow down and tune into my thoughts and internal sensations
was hugely insightful and effective. It changed my energy levels and approach to dealing with stressors every day.
I have trained in Hatha, Ashtanga Vinyasa and Iyengar and qualified as a Registered Yoga Teacher with Yoga Alliance,
by successfully completing a residential course at the Devvrat Yoga Sangha school in Kerala, India.
I have also completed several anatomy and biomechanics courses.
My classes combine the tools, traditions and philosophy of yoga with functional movement.
"It’s so lovely to wake up and have Vero’s Yoga first thing in the morning with her unmistakable fine, smiley
but hard working flow style! You are in for a treat!."
- Yoga student
Did you know?
The word 'yoga' derives from the Sanskrit word 'yuj' meaning 'to join' or 'to unite'. Yoga is a path for finding your truth.
Many people often consider yoga to be the physical practice, however yoga is all encompassing, uniting breath, mind and movement. The philosophy of yoga offers a space for reflection, concentration and awareness of self, as well as a connection to others and our environment.
Just in the same way we need to eat, sleep and clean everyday, I believe in the importance of cleansing and nourishing
the body and mind through movement hygiene. Using the tools of yoga, expect to develop awareness, build strength,
balance and take time to rest and recharge.