Barbara specialises in yoga for people affected by cancer and has been working with physiotherapists and carers to provide support to chair and bed bound students. Barbara believes that yoga is a precious tool to support cancer patients through the physical and emotional challenges of cancer treatment and recovery. She trained with Laura Kupperman at Yogacampus and is now a mentor on Laura’s Yoga for Survivors’ course.
Barbara approached yoga in 1995 thanks to the beautifully simple sequences developed by Gabriella Cella Al-Chamali and obtained a British School of Yoga Diploma in 2005. She enriched and deepened her practice at the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Dhanwantari Ashram in Kerala, India, and more recently has approached a variety of styles including Jivamukti, Anusara and restorative yoga. She has been supported and encouraged by exceptional teachers and mentors including Frances Heelan in London and Vito Accettura in Milan. Barbara runs private and group classes in North London, including classes for visually impaired clients.
Courses with Barbara
Take Heart: Recover Gently
Gentle yoga to help you recover from stress or illness.
Classes to support you to travel mindfully and arrive at your destination calm and centred.
Chair and Bed Yoga
Chair and Bed Yoga for less mobile times offering gentle yet strong classes.
Yoga At Your Desk
Super short videos to renew your body and mind.
Immunity and Wellbeing
A series of classes to help support your immunity and wellbeing.
Gentle yoga classes which are perfect if you are less mobile, recovering from illness or injury, are older or new to yoga.
30 classes under 30 minutes to help you refresh during the working day.
Age is a relative concept. Whilst we don’t believe there is any one appropriate yoga for seniors, we do believe that maintaining movement as we age is vital.
Travel Unwind Summer Sessions
Summertime travels are fabulous, but travel can cause it’s own stresses and strains, and we all know that sometimes it can feel like it takes a week to just start to wind-down from our pressured, modern lives.
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