Virginia Walker Yoga & Wellbeing
Virginia is a fully qualified 500hr Yoga teacher with a passion for the rebalancing and energising benefits of yoga for mind, body and soul – alignment, balance, connection and movement being key.
Perfect for those looking to learn or develop their yoga practice within a safe and nurturing one-to-one environment or in group classes at one of several regular trusted host spaces.
Part of Virginia’s specialist practice includes yoga for pre natal women, no matter how much or little experience you may have had, Virginia’s gentle and intuitive approach to pregnancy yoga can support your wellbeing and body for the preparation of, and during pregnancy.
Virginia has been practicing yoga and meditation for 16 years. She studied ISHTA (Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda) yoga under Yogiraj Katrina Repka. She also holds Pre natal qualifications – studying under Tara Lee and Clare Daniell.
Virginia holds a safe, nurturing and magical space integrating her approach of Asana (poses/movement), Guided Relaxation,
Pranayama and Meditation.
She fully believes in the supportive and healing benefits of yoga and meditation to support physical health, trauma and addiction recovery, as well as life’s everyday demands.
Her primary focus aim is for healing and integration – for her to enable her clients to re-connect with themselves whilst building mental and physical strength and flexibility.
An ancient method that uses the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises), which help bring calm and balance to the mind and body, preparing the body for deeper spiritual practices such as meditation. These practices (asanas and pranayama) are utilised in many styles of yoga.
Vinyasa flow yoga is a contemporary yoga practice different in style from Hatha yoga and characterised by the smooth flow in the transitions between asanas (poses).
Coordination between breath and movement is developed in this highly popular yoga style.
Working with those starting to think about preparing to conceive and those who are pregnant (+12 weeks)
Ideal for those wanting to safely bring in movement, strengthening and stretching after birth; with an emphasis on rehabilitation for the core and pelvic floor. (+6 weeks postpartum)
Yoga Nidra or yogic sleep as it is sometimes referred to is the practice of entering in to a semi-lucid or dreamlike state prior to sleep and maintaining deep calm breaths in a deeply relaxed, meditative manner.
Ideal for anyone looking to find calm and balance from a busy lifestyle.
All the above incorporating Breathwork and Meditation.