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Yoga and Yoga for Women - Reflexology for Fertility and Pregnancy Newport


By jothomas-72, Nov 7 2017 01:25PM

I'm really excited to be hosting an afternoon of yoga in aid of Endometriosis UK on November 19 in Newport.

For a number of years I have been specialising in yoga and holistic therapies for women and i have a special interest in yoga and therapies for fertility.

Endometriosis is a debilitating condition and on average women suffer with the condition for 10 years before it is formally diagnosed and treated.

It is an honour to be able to help raise some money for a charity that is focused on helping women with this condition

By jothomas-72, Feb 5 2017 12:49PM

In January this year I started a new class in Duffryn on a Thursday evening. The class is completely focused on yoga for women's health and is a subject very close to my heart.

After spending many years on a relatively strong physical yoga practice I came to the realisation that there are cetain times in a woman's life where a strong physical practice does not serve or honour her feminie energy and power.

In 2016 I spent time training with Uma Dinsmore-Tuli a pioneer in yoga for women and womb health. Inspired by this incredible teacher i now offer a class in Newport at Duffryn Community Centre on a Thursday evening. The class aims to bring women in touch with their feminine energy and their cyclical nature and to become more connected with the phases of the moon and the elements of nature.

The class is designed for women of all ages and at all stages in their life but could be of real help and support to those entering or leaving their menstruating years, to women who are preparing to conveive or who are struggling to conceive and to women who are in a post natal period.

We are now five weeks into a ten week course and I am absolutely loving sharing this type of yoga. The coming together of women to honour and support themselves and each other is such a beautiful and powerful experience and the feedback from my students so far has been so wonderful.

If any of the above resonates with you and you are interested in joining the next course of yoga for womens health, please get in touch at

By guest, Nov 13 2011 10:34AM

On the 9 July 2016, after three challenging but awesome years, I graduated in the Level 4 Diploma in Teaching Yoga with the British Wheel of Yoga! Whoo

I will always be a student, the more I learnt on the course, the more i realise what a vast and fascinating subject this thing called yoga is. I am excited to continue learning and finding new opportunities.

But now I can officially call myself a qualified yoga teacher.

Thank you to all of the teachers and friends who have supported me and to all of my lovely students who come to class and allow me to share with you what I love.

Here's a pic of my wonderful class mates and teachers. I will certainly miss seeing their lovely faces every month on teacher training.

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