Kate McKenzie has been practicing various forms of yoga all her adult life. She teaches Kundalini and Sivananda yoga. Her busy career as a singer and performer informs her approach. Her workshops explore the connection between breath, movement, and chakra awareness in order to free the voice and enjoy greater well being and creativity. Kate has lead "Mantra Choirs" for fun singing and improvising in groups to free body, sound, and soul.
Teaching since 2003, Belle is a registered yoga therapist and a qualified teacher in both the Satyananda / Bihar and Sivananda Vedanta lineages. Drawing from ongoing studies and practice across a wide range of traditions over the years including Ashtanga Vynasa, Iyengar, and Scaravelli, she teaches traditional Hatha yoga - weaving flowing or static asana on the breath, pranayama, mudra, bandha, meditation, yoga Nidra, and chanting / Kirtan according to level and context.
Jaya teaches a dynamic flow style that combines the integrity, precision and alignment of Iyengar with the movement and breath awareness of Vinyasa. Jaya's techniques tend to suit students of varying abilities, as they can be both calming and challenging. Most important, Jaya creates a safe and nurturing environment that encourages self-discovery and non-competitiveness. She is particularly skilled at one-on-one adjustments.
Ceri is the instructor in this retreat.
Discovering yoga while training as an actor and using it in his career in movement and physical theatre, Will’s yoga adventures have taken him to Bali and India to learn yoga and the study of Ayurveda. Going on to train as a yoga teacher with yogahaven in Morocco, Will now runs retreats in various locations around Europe as well as teaching events and classes throughout London including hot yoga, vinyasa flow and restorative. With a fun and playful teaching style, Will’s classes are strong, upbeat and lively.
from Great Britain, March 2018
"Pounded House review"
Bed linen was super, room was spacious, yoga was just right, food was very good
from Great Britain, October 2017
"Fantastic yoga retreat at Braziers Park"
The manor house was full of history and mystery! The community who live in the house and the volunteers were great - I particularly enjoyed getting to know the maintenance man Hugh - he was a very interesting character. The grounds of the house were beautiful. When we practiced yoga I could see cows in the field and little squirrels running around. There is a lovely village nearby called Wallington which we visited on Saturday afternoon, which was a 5 min drive away. The instructor was very knowledgeable and good fun and her instructions were superb. I came away from the retreat feeling happy and relaxed. I would highly recommend.
from Great Britain, June 2017
"Wonderful yoga sessions in luxurious surroundings"
Simple and beautifully designed accommodation with lovely individual touches.
Fabulous and plentiful vegetarian food
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