2019’s timetable is now up! There are yoga classes for newborns, babies, tots and toddlers, pregnancy, and adults.
Venues are around Newton Abbot: Ogwell, Kingsteignton and Bovey Tracey. Click on the menus and timetable for more info.
I hope to see you on the mat very soon!
Happy New Year
Wishing you a very Happy New Year and a great 2019!
I have been busy over the festive break, changing my name from “Jess Yoga and Wellness” to “Jai Mā Yoga”, finding new venues and times for all classes, and even having a bit of family and chill time!!
The new name is to mark my finishing my British Wheel of Yoga 300 hour yoga teaching certificate. Jai Mā is Sanskrit for , roughly translated, “in praise of the Universal Mother!”. (There is never just one interpretation of Sanskrit.) This actually refers to Mothers in a broad sense , so the archetype of the Divine Mother , Mother Earth, and actual Mothers and Mothers – to- be, who I particularly love to work with!
So, I am very pleased to publish my new timetable and newly updated website, and share the new venues for my classes, X10 fitness in Kingsteignton and Pretzel Studio in Bovey Tracey! Click on the meus for more info.
I have two spaces left on this Sunday’s workshop, 10am-1pm at King St Studios, Newton Abbot. This is a lovely, flowing, easeful yoga style suitable for women at all stages of life. You are welcome if you are pregnant/ postsnatal/ perimenopausal/ looking to conceive, and I aim for you to come away feeling inspired and more balanced! We will focus on pelvic floor awareness and gentle abdominal toning; practices that cultivate Shakti (female energy); pair work to get a great stretch and feel supported by a partner; and blissful restorative poses where we stay in one position for around 7 minutes just letting the weight of the body sink into the earth and receiving deep rest.
There will be tea and homemade vegan cake to finish, with a chance to chat.
£25. Book via firstname.lastname@example.org or call me 07707297316
Is now 7-8.30pm. Still at King St Studios, N Abbot. All welcome 💛🕉
I am on the verge of stopping all my regular classes for the summer holidays. There will be other things happening though!
Baby Massage : I am running three taster/ top up days on:
Tues 31st July 11.30am-1pm
Thurs 16th Aug 11am-12.30pm
Tues 21st Aug 11-12.30
These are for anyone with a not-yet crawling baby who would like to try some baby massage, or top up with some extra learning perhaps on a part that you missed in the course that you did, or with ideas for progressing the massage now your baby is a little older. £9. Prebooked. Come to one , or more. email me email@example.com for more info.
Well Woman Yoga:
A lovely, enjoyable, nourishing form of yoga, inspired by my recent training with Francoise Freedman of Birthlight. Flow, stretch, blossom, connect with your pelvic floor and inner strength, let go, feel supported. Absolutely open to all women at all stages of life: First menstruation to post-menopause. A 2 hour workshop at King St Studios, Newton Abbot on Tues 31st July 7-9pm. £18.Contact me to book/more info.
Blissful Bumps Pregnancy yoga workshop:
One space remaining: Sat 18th Aug 3-5pm £15
I will be found at the beginning of the Summer holidays at Sundara Festival, working in the kids area, and at Santosa Living Yoga and Bhakti camp at the end of the holidays, offering massage and teaching yoga to the smallest campers! I recommend either of these as a way of delving deeper into the many forms of yoga there are, as well as dance, singing, spirituality, holistic therapies and bodywork, and just plain old fun and connection. Oh and the best hot outdoor shower ever, overlooking Glastonbury Tor!
This is a lovely video made by the School of Bodywork, featuring me talking about the Indian Head massage course I teach there, and below check me out in action giving, and talking through, an Indian Head Massage. It is lovely : suitable for anyone , very accessible if someone is nervous or doesn’t want to get undressed. It is, as I say here, an upper body massage rather than just the head. See ;massage’- ‘treatments and prices’ tab for more info.
Next course at the School of Bodywork will be in early 2019!