Yoga and meditation are skilful tools; upaya. To be used with wisdom, discretion and compassion. Combining these ancient disciplines with modern scientific discoveries in order to maximise holistic health, and life’s possibilities, has become my work. Within these pages you will find my take and practises on how to navigate some of the more challenging aspects of living.

I have been learning, practising and flourishing within the world of complementary therapy for the past 25 years. My first training was at Westminster University and Neals Yard, in Natural Medicine. I learned how to use homeopathy; herbs; and essential oils in healing. I use what I learned still every day in work after yoga with foot reflexology.

I started practising yoga at university at Oxford in the 1980’s. I fell in love with the practise more deeply whilst working in a demanding professional career with a young family. I began training as a yoga teacher in 2000 at the Life Centre in London.

Your structure worked beautifully. It was a joy to have the mother and daughter combination.


I have attended a number of retreats where Jenny was teaching. Jenny is technically superb in both yoga practice and teaching methods and I always came away feeling like I had benefited both physically and mentally. I always felt I was in good hands and enjoyed the experiences so much.


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How do changes in the brain during adolescence lead to integration and more efficient functioning? Pruning and myelination are at the heart of this vital period of remodeling. — Read on http://www.psychologytoday.com/gb/blog/inspire-rewire/201402/pruning-myelination-and-the-remodeling-adolescent-brain This can help to explain the high rate of suicide and mental trauma amongst young people, especially., boys..

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