Jenny started practising yoga in Byron Bay aged 16 and has been coming back home to the practice ever since. She teaches vinyasa, yin, yoga nidra and SUP (stand up paddleboard) yoga. She has studied Vinyasa, Yin yoga and Ayurveda with The Yoga People, Assisting Techniques and Quiet Practices with Sunday School Yoga and trauma-informed yoga with Ourmala. She is a qualified BSUPA paddle board instructor and Level 2 SUPTA paddle board yoga teacher.
She loves sharing the practice of yoga and any tools, techniques or little things that I have figured out along the way that can help others feel more connected to their bodies, to others and the world.
Yoga can help you feel more grounded, more at home in your body and the world, and just a little bit (or a lotta bit) better. I’m not here to just help you do impressive inversions (although we can definitely work towards them!) I’m mainly here to help people feel more grounded and at home in their bodies. To find more space, freedom, strength within - and gentleness with - themselves.
Over the years I’ve seen over and over again that yoga makes others feel better too. It’s so lovely to be able to share this practice, that on the very simplest level, just has a positive ripple effect everywhere. P.S. If you can’t touch your toes - bend your knees!
anxiety, resilience, capacity, groundedness, better sleep, finding calm, space and headspace
virtual sessions: Yes
home visits: Yes
Please make sure you are wearing activewear or comfortable clothing for stretching and movement. I’d recommend warm socks and a blanket if doing yin yoga. Hydrate before and after your session.