22 Mansfield Street – Studio 7 – G11 5QP
Our teachers at Yoga Healing Glasgow have come together through their own personal yoga journeys. This has forged a strong foundation in our approach which can be felt in the continuity of our teaching.
Our students can easily move between our classes and teachers or they can stick to one teacher. There really isn’t any hard rules, only personal preference. Below you can read more about our teachers and how we can support you on your yoga journey.
1-2-1 Yoga, Beginners, Intermediate & Restorative Yoga
Anthea saw very young that yoga can be part of your everyday life. Her mum started yoga when she was pregnant with Anthea and through Anthea’s formative years she began to see through others what benefits yoga can bring. In the early 90’s Anthea started going to different yoga, dance and movement classes, but it wasn’t until 2000 when Anthea’s father died that she personally experienced the profound support yoga can bring.
Anthea considers 2000 the year she found yoga, and holds June Mitchell and Gerry Keilty very dear to her heart for mentoring her to this place. After a matter of weeks with June and Gerry Anthea began her daily yoga practice, and it wasn’t long until she began her Yoga Teacher Training with June Mitchell and Julie Hanson (CYS Scotland) and qualified in 2004. Over these years Anthea continued to work within the Well Being Industry and with clients on a 1-2-1 basis, before opening and developing Spas around the UK and training therapists in Massage and Spa Therapy. She also studied on a regular basis with John Scott and Paul Dallaghan, and continued her other therapy studies in, Aromatherapy, Reflexology, Natural Nutrition, Ayurveda, Reiki and The Metamorphic Technique.
Post-graduation, Anthea studied full time in India and Thailand from 2004-2005, with Pattabhi Jois, Rolf & Marcy Naujokat and Prana Nature Cure Yoga Hospital learning the administration of yoga therapies, kriyas (cleansing techniques) massage, meditation and pranayama (breath-work) techniques for therapeutic benefits.
On her return to the UK Anthea hand-picked the space of Yoga Healing Glasgow to teach from, which was previously known as Bodysense. When Bodysense closed in 2009 Anthea took over the space with the support of Regeneration Glasgow and in January 2010 Yoga Healing Glasgow at her first 1-2-1 yoga session and yoga class.
If you would like to chat with Anthea, please find her details below:
General Hatha Yoga , Pranayama & Meditation
If you would like to chat with Alison, please find her details below:
Pilates, Mum & Baby Pilates
Kerry is currently on maternity leave and her classes are being taught by Pam.
Kerry started Pilates whilst working in an office and was suffering from common lower back pain associated with long hours spent at a desk. Having found that Pilates relieved her back pain and increased her overall feeling of well being, she decided to train as a Pilates teacher and to learn why and how the method worked so well. Once Kerry completed the course she couldn’t wait to share the exercises with others and still enjoys teaching as much as when she started! Kerry has a Mat Pilates (Level 3) CYQ Central YMCA qualification and continues her development through various Hanson Pilates workshops (Ante and Post Natal Pilates and Modifying Original Moves) and the APPI’s (The Australian Physiotherapy and Pilates Institute) Small Equipment and Shoulder Rehabilitation training courses
If you would like to chat with Kerry please find her details below:
Seasonal Yoga & Living
Anna has been practising yoga since 2005, coming from a dance background. She completed the Seasonal Yoga Teacher Training Course in 2011 and is keen to share the wonderful things she has learnt. Anna is interested in using yoga to help live in tune with nature, combat stress and unite the mind, body and spirit. Yoga has transformed her life and it can transform yours!
If you would like to chat with Anna, please find her details below:
Massage Therapy & Functional Yoga
Colin is our resident body-worker and has been practising yoga since 1999. He see’s the benefits of yoga though the eyes of a manual therapist. His teaching is focused on the functionality of movement and structural integration. He is the man to see if you are participating in a sporting event, recovering from pain or dysfunction, want to improve your game or looking to prevent injury by increasing your range of movement. Colin is down to earth and supportive to his students, if you are new to yoga or have been practising for a while. Colin believes that yoga should be an enjoyable experience and by cultivating a relationship between the body and mind we can create harmony.
If you would like to contact Colin, please find his details below:
Lunch Time Yoga, Morning Yoga & Pregnancy Yoga
If you would like to chat with Heather, please find her details below: