Siobhan is the founder of Yoga Glasgow and has worked with holistic therapy for the past 20 years and has an ongoing journey on her path in Yoga. Having studied Hatha and Raja yoga from 1996 to 2000 with the late Johan Prosser, who I eternally will thank for giving me for the first time in my life a sense of self . When Johann retired she had an empty void which kept trying to be filled with various other yoga form and teachers. She then found Ashtanga vinyasa yoga through a good friend and the form which filled that part in her yoga path completely. It was the most incredible shift in my being and a small miracle that it found me. She felt it right to take teacher training courses and then left for India where she attended at the Ashtanga Research Institute in Mysore with her Guru Sri Pattabhi Jois and his grandson Sharath in 2004 and had the opportunity to gain more knowledge Sanskrit in the Shala. She continued studies in Ayurvedic nutrition and massage, training with local practitioners and followed with a years teachings at the Yoga Thailand centre of Ashtanga research with Paul Dallaghan, where she now attends every year for her own development....and also with the teachings of great pranayama master Sri O.P Tiwari.
After a base in the South of Ireland, she moved back to Glasgow in 2006, now lecturing part time in Massage, Nutrition and Anatomy. At the studio she runs Classes in Ashtanga vinyasa yoga and specialises in "one to one" sessions where people can progress in a much safer and more personalised environment.
She is a fully registered teacher (RYT) with Yoga Alliance being recognised as able to teach worldwide and a member of the International Guild of Professional Practitioners (IGPP). Her ongoing studies in Ayurveda and yoga are with which she can help work towards bringing inner peace, love, focus and strength into the lives of the people she meets and works with. We have to be mindful everyday of who we are and what we do, this practice of yoga in itself brings inner calm and happiness to those who embrace the practice. The joy is in finding that growth within ourselves and at a pace that is comfortable.
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