Nourishing mind and body using yoga, yoga therapy and mindfulness as your tool to find what feels good

Discover with Jo how yoga and mindfulness can be used as a tool to improve wellness and wellbeing. Find the best version of yourself that you can be through a regular a committed yoga practice.

Move your body and create intelligent shapes. Explore finding challenging and satisfying stretches, improve strength and mobility. Using yoga to also help with healing, resting and renewing through the quieter practice of relaxation, mindfulness and meditation.

Jo has been teaching regularly for over 7 years and her teaching style of yoga is fluid and rhythmic with a key focus on exploring and embracing who you are today. Practice with awareness.

Listening to your body and find what makes you feel good. Encouraging clients to develop their own yoga aligned to their needs. No judgment, no competition. Real yoga for real bodies. Either 1:1 yoga or yoga therapy or group classes, your individual needs are fully accommodated.

A keen biomechanist and experienced in functional movement and somatics, letting go of perfection and understand how you, your mind and your body can find balance. Move how nature intended with steadiness and ease.


“As you start to walk on the way – the way appears”  – Rumi

Jo is a British Wheel of Yoga and Teen Yoga registered teacher. Is registered with the Complimentary & Natural Healthcare Council as a Yoga Therapist and is registered with Yoga Alliance.

Fully insured with British Wheel of Yoga and certified in administering first aid.

Natural light studio photography by Emily W Photography.


Flow – Fun, fluid, rhythmic and energising. Improving strength, flexibility and mobility

Restore – Deeply therapeutic, rest and renew

Wellness/viniyoga – Gentle yoga, considerate of specific body and mind conditions


Workshops are therapy focused where through the power and art of yoga, pain may be alleviated and techniques learnt to prevent.

Yoga Therapy

Yoga therapy is conducted 1 on 1 and a yoga practice is devised that focuses on your individual needs.

Combined with deep restoration to rest and renew, inducing calm and promoting healing in both mind and body.


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Restorative Yoga

Upcoming Date : Tuesday 20th November FULLY BOOKED,  18th December, 15th January and 19th February.

Venue : St John’s Village, Memorial Hall, Woking, GU21 7SQ

Time : 8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Cost : £20

Relax, restore and renew in this deeply mellow restorative yoga class.

All props provided.  

For more information and to book please visit 

Hatha Yoga and Mindfulness

Mondays, 9:45 – 11:00 AM

St John’s Village, Memorial Hall, Woking, GU21 7SQ

£8.50 drop in

Improve your core, your posture, flexibility, strength, mobility and mental state.

This is a slow paced class and all bodies are very welcome. We are often exploring mind/body conditions and focusing our practice on yoga for improving our overall wellness. Exploring how yoga can help with stress and anxiety and many other non functional disorders. Plus body alignment, experiential movement and how we can alleviate pain in body and mind.

Beginners are very welcome.

To book your mat or for more information visit

Teen Yoga

I started yoga aged 13 when I felt frustrated with my parents, myself and my changing body and appearance. Yoga helped me carve out what I feel is a rewarding and rich life. I have always therefore had a strong passion and desire to introduce yoga to teenagers as a vital life tool. 

Teen Yoga Course of 3 : I have course of 3 classes planned and ready to deliver. I intend to run this at both Upper Hall, Trinity Center, Guildford and St John's, Woking. Let me know if your teen or a teen in your life is interested and I'll get the course scheduled.

Teen Yoga in Schools : If you have contacts with anyone at school that may be interested in me bringing teen yoga to their educational space can you either pass my contact details on to them or please let me know their contact details and I'll reach out. The course of 3 or the workshop 'Beat Exam Stress' might be of interest or simply a rolling class with different themes each week. Always lively, always engaging, always fun.


That inner stillness thing

Lastest blog is up.  Excerpt below;

That ‘inner stillness thing’. What is that? I call it the big magic. You connect to that inner stillness thing when you connect fully I feel to being in the state of yoga. Yoga is not about doing. Yoga is about being. Being fully present and really listening to your body. Getting out of your head. Medical science now fully understanding the benefits of yoga and mindfulness. Yoga is unique. Yes, it’s physical but as a regular practitioner of yoga, it’s not the physical that gives the greatest benefit. In our over stimulated word, it’s that connection to the ‘inner stillness thing’ that gives us the ability to re-base line. Letting go of stress and anxiety. Feeling more satisfied with our lives and more satisfied with our relationships with ourselves and others.


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