Traditionally Yoga was taught on a one to one basis in India.It is probably the most effective way to deepen your practice and a powerful way to connect with yourself and you will also develop a greater trust and rapport with your teacher. These private sessions offer the opportunity to ask questions, receive personal alignment instructions and learn more challenging poses. To deepen your personal practice in a way not always possible in a class environment.

A regular daily practice is the cornerstone of yoga so you will take away a personal daily yoga program with clearly illustrated diagrams and simple instructions and this can be altered as you progress step by step towards your goals. Read below to see some of the ways in which private sessions can be beneficial:


” I began 1-1 sessions with Jane after a hip injury had left me walking on crutches for six weeks. Yoga was recommended to facilitate my recovery – I chose Jane after research and was impressed by her professional training.

Over time I regained my self confidence in walking without fear of tripping or falling over, my core strength developed and my posture and balance steadily improved. There is also an emotional and spiritual aspect to Yoga practice which I became aware of and began to experience, a development of self.

Jane has a very sound knowledge of skeletal structure and muscle and this enables her to identify the cause of other problematic aches and pains. Thus, a neck and shoulder issue I had has cleared up and my stiff ankles ( the result of a bad sprain some years ago ) are now loosening.

She has a sunny disposition, a compassionate and sensitive nature and it has been my good fortune to benefit from her skills. Whether you are new to Yoga or experienced I would thoroughly recommend working with Jane – she is an excellent teacher and an absolute joy. “

Ellen Carroll – Edgworth, Bolton

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Stress Management

Stress is the single greatest contributor to illness and most people are not aware of how much stress they are carrying around with them until it starts ti have an effect on their general health and well-being. Yoga balances your nervous system, shifts your perspective gives clarity to solutions. Gives you the tools to know how to release tension safely and face challenging situations with more ease.

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Recovery from injury

When the balance of our body is disturbed by  injury initiating a personalised yoga practice can restore that balance, heal injuries and promote a positive shift in attitude towards recovery.  Sessions include postures to aid recovery, breathing and relaxation exercises and a simple routine to practice until the next session.

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Chronic Illnesses

Using techniques drawn from many yoga traditions a regular yoga practice directed at a particular condition or one that brings the different systems of the body onto balance can help with many debilitating conditions.

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This an area that affects so many people. Jane has studied with International Teacher Roger Cole understanding the different causes of sleeplessness, learning how yoga can benefit this problem and its many effects on the body.

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Yoga for the menopause focuses on minimising any of the endless list of symptoms that you may be suffering from during this time, it can: tone the nervous system, reduce bloating and digestive complaints, aid in restful sleep, allow you feel feminine again, work with the endocrine system ( hormones ) and the reproductive organs to enhance glandular function through postures and breathing exercises. Instead of a time of anxiety it can be a new beginning and lease of life for so many women.

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To be truly in touch with where we already are. Meditation is about taking time out to spend with ourself, it is about seeing things as they are without the distortions of our own thought process.

Jane offers a free 30 minute telephone consultation to see how yoga can best work for you. An individual 75 minute session costs £35.