What style of yoga do you teach?
There are as many styles of yoga as there are yoga teachers.
Focusing on slow, flowing vinyasa, Georgina brings yoga to life through the exploration of asana (yoga postures), pranayama (breathing) and meditation. She is also certified to teach pre- and post-natal yoga.
If you are working with Georgina privately, she plans each session according to your unique preferences, needs and aspirations.
How is yoga different from stretching or other kinds of fitness?
An ancient practice, yoga is so much more than the physical postures (asana) we are familiar with in the West. Unlike Pilates, Body Balance or Barre, asana is just one of yoga’s eight limbs.
In the physical practice of yoga, the integration of breath and movement draws the attention inward. This increases awareness and brings the nervous system back into balance.
The physical, mental and emotional benefits include:
- strength, flexibility and balance
- better posture
- healthy spine and back
- more energy
- relaxation and reduction of stress
- better quality sleep
- productivity, clarity and focus
- mental, physical and emotional resilience.
I’ve never done yoga before. Is that okay?
YES, every journey starts somewhere! Whatever your age, size or physical ability, yoga is suitable for everyone.
I’m not flexible. Can I do yoga?
You do not need to be able to touch your toes to do yoga. Come as you are and do what you can; regular practice will naturally increase physical and mental flexibility.
I have an injury. Can I still practice yoga?
YES. Yoga is suitable for everyone and is a great way to ease back into physical activity. Be patient and listen to your body.
If you are pregnant, have an injury or medical condition, or have recently undergone surgery, please let us know so we can help you to practise safely.
If you are in your first trimester of pregnancy or have a serious health condition you may need to obtain medical clearance before practising yoga.