Sonia PerryYogini

Namaste. With absolute respect to the great sage Patanjali, I encourage asana practice, which is steady and comfortable, sthiram sukham and has the quality of effortless effort, prayatna shaithilya. This is Yoga which encourages the lighter, sattvic way of being. Inspired by Scaravelli and the brilliantly radical David Sye I like to encourage people to find their own way into, around and through asana. Specialising in Therapeutic and Restorative Yoga, I am also passionate about Dance Yoga. I love to share Yoga, which grows from within, rather than being imposed from without. I lead retreats and workshops in Yoga in Nature and am a Teacher Trainer and board member of Yogacampus.