Leila Sadeghee

Leila Sadeghee

Leila Sadeghee is a healer, yoga teacher, mentor, and therapeutic bodyworker with nearly 15 years experience in guiding people to physical, mental, and emotional freedom.

Yoga with Leila combines lightness of heart with vibrant intelligence in ways that keep opening doors for her students. Empowered by 17 years of her own yoga practice, 14 years of practicing therapeutic work in the body, and a lifelong freewheeling sense of fun, Leila has developed a straight-forward and uplifting style of teaching that supports people in opening to their highest potential, both on and off the mat.

She shares very openly about the peaks and troughs of her own journey in a way that brings yoga to life, and reminds her students to stay anchored in their truth, their worth, and their honest-to-goodness needs. Inspiration and insight about life is woven seamlessly into a movement practice that is challenging. Students of all levels are supported in a practice designed to strengthen and stabilise the weaker places, and to release those places that tend to get locked up. Having worked on more than a thousand bodies ”“ she is always ready to offer nuanced cues and advice to help stabilise the hyper-mobile student, and help the stiffer student stretch out. Not everyone’s body is the same, and each person needs special support to get the most out of practice, in private lessons as well as the drop-in yoga class.

Leila is co-creator of The Practices of Freedom and Wellbeing Immersion, a course that teaches clear and useful pose alignment, eating for optimal health, and how to allow your yoga practice to up-shift every aspect of your life. Leila offers magical retreats, workshops, and yoga teacher training.

Leila teaches at Indaba and The Life Centre.



http://www.leilasadeghee.com


Leila's challenges:

  • 21 Day Beginner Yoga Challenge

    21 Steps

    Perhaps you're completely new to yoga, or perhaps you've taken a break and are ready to begin again. Perhaps you're just curious to know what all the fuss is about. We're here to offer you a helping hand! Our 21 Day Beginner Yoga Challenge is designed to help anyone get started and begin reaping the benefits of a daily yoga practice. This is a way to get into yoga in your own time, when it suits your schedule, and without breaking the bank.



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  • 15 Day Core Challenge

    15 Steps

    It’s not just about being fit. The core is the powerhouse that generates nearly every movement we make. Strong abdominals protect our backs in everyday life and lie at the core of our yoga practice. Plus, they make us look amazing! The days of doing endless crunches without results are long gone - this challenge will help you use movement toward building deep, strong core muscles and flexibility. This is a journey into all the styles, poses, sequences and aspects of your core.



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  • Cellular Renewal Cleanse

    7 Steps

    Have you ever stopped to think about what’s really going on inside of you? Whether you just turned 60, or you’re living life to the fullest at 28, your body is younger than you think. Every single day, your body turns over billions of cells. That means, if you take the right steps, you can feel like an entirely new you in a matter of days! Movement for Modern Life’s 7 Day Cellular Renewal Challenge has been designed as an intelligent and holistic approach to cleansing your body. The programme will let you restore and supercharge your system by following daily expert instruction across nutrition, yoga and mindfulness.



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  • 21 Day Improvers Challenge

    21 Steps

    This challenge is for those who have practiced some yoga before. This series could be just the thing to reignite your love of movement and breathing, and inspire you to get into a more regular routine. Every day you'll receive an email which will motivate you to get on the mat and you'll be given a suggested class every day. What could be easier? No excuses, just roll out your mat and feel the difference a short yoga practice can make to your day.



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