Yoga has been a part of Georgie’s life for over 30 years, she was introduced to it by fate when she drove a friend to a class and decided to join her.
“Yoga is not the lithe muscles, the thin waist nor the youthful countenance that is real power. Instead, the intoxicating nectar of yoga is your ability to use this ancient technique to connect to the deepest and most powerful part of yourself and find lasting peace.”
Over the years, she dipped in and out but was always drawn to the deep spirituality of it. After years of trying all types of different exercises, she came back to Yoga after completing a year of Marathon walking which ended up with her getting an injury. Her rehabilitation was of course Yoga! The passion was ignited again and that led her to want to train to become a teacher.
Georgie trained at Yoga London Teacher Training School and gained her 200 hour Yoga Alliance certificate. Since then she has created a beautiful network of yogi’s who inspire each other to learn and play.
All this training and learning from others has given her the appetite to want to learn more about the age-old Indian discipline of Yoga.
She is qualified to teach Modified Ashtanga Yoga, all types of Vinaya’s flows, Hatha, Hot, Power Yoga, Meditation and Pranayama.
She currently is educating herself in Reiki and other alternative healing techniques.
Yoga for Georgie is more than just a “workout”— it can be a way of life, she believes that being strong in yoga is not just about a powerful headstand or an extreme arm balance, it’s more about a daily ritual to find peace and strength within one’s body
Yoga is for everyone regardless of race, gender, religion, age, size, shape. It’s about balance, it asks tightness to bend and softness to be strong. It challenges the limits of the mind and the body and encourages you to expand your field of awareness.
Georgie helps her students to achieve the ultimate mind and body experience with Yoga, diet, and lifestyle advice and helps them arrive at their goals.
Science is an Experiment, Yoga is an Experience.
Experiment and Experience are the same; just the directions are different:
The Experiment is something you can do outside;
Experience is something you can do inside.
Experience is an inside experiment.
– Osho, Yoga