About Me

Yoga

Lea-Ann has been a complementary therapist since 1994  and a Hatha yoga teacher for 2004. 

She has spent her adult life learning about herself and how her body works. Having been born with a deformity which resulted in visits to a mobility centre 'till she was 27; she spent all of her life in some degree pain, periods in a wheelchair and corrective operation.

Yoga has been the tool throughout her life which enabled her to strengthen muscles & realign joints. The result is she now has control of her healing and needs no corrective operations.

She teaches from an point of understanding that we all come to yoga with non-perfect bodies, lots of us have pain somewhere & our minds are full with a busy life. 

Yoga is for you and can be modified to any lifestyle and moulded to your own needs. You start from where you are & just keep learning. The longer you apply the principles the more benefit you will gain. Slowly you can change anything.  

She believes with time we are all able to enhance our life by taking care of ourselves physically and mentally. 

Yoga is a tool you grow with to become more aware of your habits and those which need changing. It is no quick fix but it is far better then doing nothing!

Holistic Therapy

Lea-Ann was also born with eczema and so was her son. This was the driver for her to train to become a therapist.  

Having studied for 25 years she found different routes and combinations for self-healing. It was and still is a journey that takes a life-time & has taken her in many different directions. She's learnt about the effects of products, food, nutrition, exercise & life-style.

Having worked in the industry for 11 years she found the constant use of products were actually causing eczema - a lifestyle learning for her.

So she then went into teaching. Lecturing for 6 years she taught massage, anatomy & physiology and all aspects of beauty therapy at SCAT in Taunton.

Today I work with energy beings we are.  There are many ways to treat the body and mind.  Many therapies out there.  The best one for you is yourself, to learn to trust what is right for you and then use all the tools you need.  Do a form of physical exercise and eat a nutritional diet, have a relaxation practice, meditation practice.  Yoga has all of these ingredients and has helped me understand the need of effort.  As we are human and it is hard to keep to everything all of the time then you can try for 80% on it and 20% off of it. 

 

 


See you soon. Lea-Ann