Yoni Shakti Yoga

Welcome Yogini (female practitioner of yoga) to the circle of nourishment for women’s health!

My ‘Well Woman’ yoga sessions offer a therapeutic approach to yoga supporting women through all stages of life. So many forms of yoga were designed by men, for me and do not support women’s health in its entirety. From premenstrual tension, menstruation, female sexuality, perimenopause, to post-menopause you can trust you will be held and heard through your journey.

During our time together we will take a deep dive into cyclical wisdom – understand your own inner cycles and those of nature. These are some of your greatest teachers and offer wellness and vitality.

I will share techniques with you to feel, express, nurture, and build your feminine energy (Shakti). We will dive deep into it as an offering for self-healing and wellness.

The practice supports menstruation, premenstrual tension, fertility, subfertility, optimal fertility, assisted conception, feminine sexuality, breast health and peri-menopausal mood swings, headaches, and hot flushes. Health issues related to the pelvic floor, including postnatal recovery and prolapse. All these issues are supported within the context of a yoga therapeutic understanding of feminine emotional life, lunar cycles, and the play of the elements in the female body.

We will meet for six consecutive weeks.

Class format:
Guided meditation.
Embodied movement – gentle flow, breathwork.
Deep relaxation.

Open to all women. No experience necessary. You are welcome to come even if you decide to lie on your mat and snooze/ cry for the whole 90 minutes. This is your time. Your space to be welcomed – just as you are.

Date:- TBC

“Millions of women practicing yoga are awakening to a higher consciousness of the importance of their own health, self-esteem, and spiritual well-being as a positive step towards planetary change. We can encourage, support, and assist women as they practice yoga by sharing those practices that best nurture and nourish the power of the life force in women. We can teach yoga with respect and honour for women’s cycles” Uma Dinsmore-Tuli