[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Yoga therapy has a holistic approach to healing which takes into account your mind, body, and soul. Yoga theory incorporates the idea of prana or energy that flows through our bodies. The healing process involves addressing any energy blockages which can result in emotional and physical imbalances.

Yoga is an ancient art and a way of living in harmony and balance. In its essence, yoga is a communion with the breath of life that moves though each of us – a returning to our wholeness. Through deep wisdom and dedicated practice, the teachings of yoga aim to harmoniously unify body, mind and consciousness in such a way that the body becomes an instrument for treading the path of self-awareness.

Yoga invites us to open up to the beauty and great light within us and let go of the things that keep us from truly being at peace. It gives us a time to stop, be still and know that all that we are looking for, lives within.

Yoga is a practices of physical purification which prepare the body for deep meditation. These practices help to purify and cleanse the body of toxins and deeply held emotions, encourage skeletal alignment and muscular flexibility, and awaken and harmonise the energies of our internal system.

Yoga can also help us to clear energetic blockages which build up over time, through past trauma, injuries or imbalances in the body and mind. The ancient wisdom of yoga can provide us with the inspiration and techniques to face the challenges of life, and to enrich our lives with fluidity, health and vitality. Through meditative practices and focus upon the breath, the mind can become calm and clear, allowing one to feel more relaxed, energised and integrated.

Yoga is a remedy for the whole person and is a unique journey for each of us. There is no achievement level or competition. Each person works within their own capacity and in tune with their inner wisdom (intuition), and it is for this reason that yoga is beneficial to all regardless of age, gender, religion, body shape or previous experience.

Jenna’s journey has led her to study different styles of yoga and completed teacher training in Hatha Vinyassa and ashtanga and later, Kriya yoga and Yin yoga. She is deeply grateful to the teachers who have guided and deeply inspired her practice Kriya yoga, Kundalini

draws upon many years of working with energetic practices and the healing arts and spending time in silent retreats in Nature.

Through her teaching Jenna brings attention to the value of developing a deeper connection to the essence of being, through exploring the body, mind and spirit in an open, honest, committed and compassionate way. This creates the space for one’s inner truth to emerge and with time, a sense of strength and peacefulness grows as attachments and limiting patterns clear and dissolve.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][MEC id=”1912″][/vc_column][/vc_row]