Do you sometimes feel that everything is too much?


Life has become so busy. We are available 24/7 via mobile phones and email, we are constantly over-stimulated by technology and the media, and the cost of living keeps rising. Although we have so much to do, we still need time for rest. Where to find the time to switch off and to recharge?

Yoga is the perfect balm for stress

Yoga is the perfect balm for our modern times

If you feel stressed or anxious, if you’re not sleeping well, are constantly worrying or having trouble concentrating, the ancient techniques of yoga can help relieve our modern stress and anxiety.

But don’t take my word for it – try it yourself. Begin today, and practice regularly to see results. It can be hard in the beginning, but I believe that once you notice the benefits, you’ll be hooked!


Upcoming Workshops

Yoga for stress course

Yoga for Stress Classes

The focus of this class is a mix of mindful movement, yoga postures, breathwork and specific mindfulness meditation techniques to help activate relaxation and healing, and build strength and resilience. Formal mindfulness practices provide the opportunity to learn how to move out of stressed states into calmer regulated states, and the possibility of cultivating kindness and friendliness to life’s experiences.

Intro to Mindfulness Meditation

Intro to Mindfulness Meditation

This 4 week course is an exploration of mindfulness. It is designed to provide a foundational knowledge of the concepts and practice of mindfulness, and opportunities to experience mindfulness based meditation related to the foundations of mindfulness - body, feelings, mind states and the lived experience. Exploration of basic neuroscience will help you understand how your brain works and the impacts on your life.


About Kyle

I began suffering stress and anxiety in 1999, though I didn’t know it at the time. At my friend’s behest, I tried yoga. Initially it was difficult, but I always felt relaxed, calm and happy by the end of class. I found yoga helped me sleep deeply and to cope with work at my new job.

I fell in love with how yoga made me feel. I wanted to share it – so I decided to become a teacher to help others experience the benefits of yoga for stress.