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ABOUT ANNAH

Yoga Teacher | Nutritionist | Educator

Yoga

I discovered yoga when I was a student, searching for a way to relax, recover from a physical injury and deal with stress and anxiety. The more I practised, the more focused and connected I became. This growing self awareness led me to embark on a journey of discovery across India, Australia, Europe and the USA, completing training and immersions in Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Yoga for Children, Yoga for Teens, Yoga Nidra, Prenatal Yoga, Postnatal Yoga, Anatomy & Physiology. I've been sharing my passion for yoga over the past ten years, and continue to learn and evolve my practice and how I share it with the wider community. 

What to expect in my classes:

My teaching style is both dynamic and restorative, providing space, time and guidance for you to move, breathe and reconnect with yourself - physically, mindfully and emotionally. Each class brings a fusion of traditional Hatha yoga postures, contemporary Vinyasa flow (linking breath with movement), practical breathing techniques and restorative relaxation. Intelligent alignment and accessible philosophy are at the core of my practice.

 

In longer classes and workshops, I love to dedicate time to restorative postures and a generous dose of relaxation, incorporating Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep) techniques to promote a deep sense of calm, clarity and overall wellbeing. Yoga Nidra is an incredibly calming, healing and effective meditation practice, where you will be guided into a state of deep relaxation using breathing techniques, visualisations, sensory awareness and mindful meditation. 

I am qualified in prenatal and advanced postnatal yoga instruction, and offer tailored classes to pregnant and postnatal women; as a new mum myself, it is always a pleasure to share these practices with other mums during this unique time in the feminine lifecycle.

 

Head to the Classes page to view and book on to upcoming yoga events.

 

Nutritional Therapy and Education

Nutrition has played an important part in my life since my teens, supporting my mum in her journey with breast cancer by changing the way we ate as a family and seeing the positive effects it had.

 

In 2016 I completed studies with the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Naturopathic Nutrition, and continue to update my knowledge through regular CPD courses and trainings through professional bodies such as BANT and CNELM. My approach to nutritional therapy is holistic - taking the whole person into consideration and how food fits in to their life - while based on evidence-based clinical practice.

Utilising my previous experience in the education sector, I now work as a nutritional advisor with a national food aid charity which provides healthy breakfasts to school children across the UK.

 

I also offer 1:1 nutritional therapy consultations and bespoke educational workshops to groups, schools and companies. Contact me for more information and to book a 1:1 consultation or guided group workshop with me.

 

It is my mission to debunk the many myths surrounding food, diet and health, while making nutritional knowledge accessible to all. When we understand how our relationship with food has the power to affect our wellbeing on many levels, we can start to regain control of our health through individual choice and professional guidance.