About Clevedon Yoga

You may have noticed Clevedon Yoga logo, which I have chosen a pile of stones; Firstly, this represents the iconic pebbles of Clevedon beach and our community here. Secondly the building blocks of a yoga community in Clevedon and thirdly the stones reflect our yoga journey. Finding our feet, balance, patience and practice, practice practice. I want to give back to this community through my teaching and classes that I offer. Fun, friendly and welcoming classes that are founded on inclusivity and acceptance of all. 

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Clevedon is a truly beautiful place. We have so much on our doorstep. We have lovely walks and a town steeped in history. We have many independent shops and small companies. So much creativity and a wonderful community spirit. Supporting this community is even more important now. To support local and support each other. I teach in the Community centre, which has become my second home. I know some might say it’s a bit rough around the edges (aren’t we all :D) but spending time in this beautiful building and its surrounding gardens, I have so much gratitude, it truly has its heart in the centre of this community. Full of personality and warmth. It might not be a shiny yoga studio, but I think what you get is so much more. A space to feel at ease and at home. In the summer months experiencing a gentle breeze through windows and birds singing in the trees, beautiful views out over Clevedon chimney tops or over the gardens, feeling close to nature through our practice.

Be yourself

Since starting my classes in 2016 I have learnt so much, and although I have changed and adapted through the years, somethings remain the same. I wanted to build foundations in the Clevedon community and offer yoga that is inclusive, no matter gender, size, ability, or age. Inclusivity being at the forefront, where students feel welcomed to class and do not have to worry about branded yoga leggings, the latest yoga mat or having a perceived "yoga body". Classes where you can ask questions and feel comfortable to have a go, to feel connection to others and to be supported. Most importantly to enjoy our practice and share our experiences.

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