About Jasmine

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In the UK, Jasmine was teaching around 10 classes a week at various locations from gyms to yoga studios to community centres. She also lead and assisted at surf and yoga workshops as well as organising community based yoga events. She is currently travelling South America and was most recently teaching on retreats in Brazil.

Jasmine’s gentle, calming and supportive approach holds a safe space for you to come to the mat and flow through your Yoga practice. Whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced yogi, her classes will give you the time & space to reconnect with yourself, relax and nourish your body.

She is passionate about guiding students through Yoga classes to reduce stress, anxiety and bring an overall sense of well being. Her style is rooted in traditional practices. She aims to share Yoga philosophy & practices with respect to the fact they come from ancient India and have been brought over to the West.

Jasmine first came to yoga 11 years ago aged 15. She found meditation, posture and a focus on relaxation and the breath to be incredibly valuable during a stressful period of life.

At the start of 2017 she traveled around India practicing Yoga from Hampi to Mysore before completing her Astanga Vinyasa Flow Yoga teacher training 200 hours certificate. She went on to study advanced modules in Yoga Therapeutics with Yoga Therapies, UK. She teaches Slow Flow, Dynamic Vinyasa, Yoga Nidra, Meditation, Yoga for beginners and Yin. 

Having used her own Yoga and meditation practice to deal with ongoing issues such as neck pain, coeliac disease, anxiety and back pain, she has a good understanding of the ways in which Yoga can help to lead a more balanced and centred life, and help to build resilience. She is passionate about sharing this with others and is currently travelling South America, teaching yoga along the way.

To read what students have to say, head to the reviews page.

Articles and Written Work

Jasmine is a writer and writes for various Yoga websites. Here are links to her existing publications:

How Yoga Can Aid Rehabilitation for Prison Inmates for Yoga Basics

Mindfulness Based Education in Schools for Huffington Post UK

Confessions of a Yoga Teacher for Shut Up & Yoga

Holistic Healing in India for The Huffington Post UK

What I Learned in My First Year Teaching Yoga for Yoga Teacher Prep

How I Got Clear on Where To Direct my Energy for Elephant Journal

An Introduction to Ayurveda for Rosemary Dream

Self Leadership Comes First for Embercombe 

Finding Courage, Strength and Stability with Yoga for Yogi Times

How Injury Was a Valuable Teacher on my YTTC for Yogi Times

 

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