Ale Berneriyoga teacher
Making shapes and learning to breath consciously are my two favourite aspects of yoga. I noticed when I first started practising that I was hardly conscious of breathing in my daily life let alone most other things I was doing without taking notice. Beginning with the practise of Bikram, I built a foundation and strong dedication to yoga which nourished both my body and mind. As my curiosity grew I delved into other forms of yoga and developed an appreciation of the sense of balance I could get from a combination of them all whilst most impressively, how they translated off the mat and in my life. That is how I see yoga – the four corners of my mat which are a microcosm for how I show up in life off the mat. This is what I endeavour to share with students through their own individual challenges, triumphs and surrenders. The ability to navigate this jungle of life by focussing on the simple things we most often overlook. Movement, breath and connection. Your practise is yours, just as is your life, but I can guarantee you’ll find some sweat, grit and core as well as smiles and stoke in class.